The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia

High School Sports

March 24, 2013

Local Roundup





James Monroe 8, Wyoming East 2

Wyoming East 5, Westside 3

NEW RICHMOND — Mikayla Wickline had 14 strikeouts to lead James Monroe past host Wyoming East.

Chelsea Duncan went 2-for-3 for East.

The Warriors later defeated rival Westside 5-3. Larissa Davis was the winning pitcher and went 3-for-3 at the plate.

East (2-1) will visit Shady Spring Thursday, while Westside hosts Liberty Tuesday.

James Monroe 8, Wyoming East 2

JM:    050    023    —    8 10 0

WE:    000    200    —    2 6 4

JM: Mikayla Wickline and K. Gillespie, WE: Emily Day, Larissa Davis (2) and Breanna Pertee. WP — Wickline. LP — Davis. Hitting — JM: Gillespie 2-3, H. Christian 2-3, B. Ratliff 2-4, WE: Chelsea Duncan 2-3.

Records: JM: 4-0

Wyoming East 5, Westside 3

W:    110    001    0    —    3 7 3

WE:    103    100    x    —    5 11 3

W: Cassie Blankenship and Leah Pack, WE: Larissa Davis and Breanna Pertee. WP — Davis. LP — Blankenship. Hitting — W: T. Grimmett 2-4, Blankenship (2B), WE: Davis 3-3, Harley McBride 2-3, Pertee 2-4, Chelsea Duncan 2-4.

Records: W: 1-3; WE: 2-1

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