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BOYS PREP SOCCER
Oak Hill 2, Winfield 1
John Hardman scored both Oak Hill goals as the Red Devils remained unbeaten.
Ian Hunt assisted on one of Hardman’s goals. Keeper Brett Garris saved seven shots; Winfield took 10 on the afternoon.
Steven Taylor scored for the Generals.
Oak Hill (12-0-1) will host Shady Spring at 5 p.m. Tuesday.
PikeView 5, Nicholas County 0
SUMMERSVILLE — Seth Wood scored two goals and assisted on another as visiting PikeView blanked Nicholas County.
Hunter Cline scored a goal and had an assist, while Blake Hopkins and Beau Smith also scored. PikeView keeper Austin Cordell made three saves.
Nicholas’ Justin Browning was peppered all day by the Panthers and managed to make 18 saves.
PikeView (8-3-1) will host Greenbrier East at 7:15 p.m. Monday.
Charleston Catholic 4, Greenbrier East 0
Joey Trupo and Anthony Cipollone scored two goals apiece to pace the Fighting Irish.
Charleston had a 19-3 advantage in shots on goal. Cavaliers goalkeeper Mac Brackenrich made 12 saves, while backup Noah Dye had 2. Fighting Irish goalie Patrick Kline made two saves.
Greenbrier East (3-7-2) will play a 7 p.m. match Monday at PikeView.
GIRLS PREP SOCCER
PikeView 1, Nicholas County 0
SUMMERSVILLE — Keri Shrewsbury’s unassisted goal in the 11th held up as PikeView picked up the program’s 100th victory.
Kristen Brinkley made three saves for the Panthers (9-4), who will host Wyoming East at 5:30 p.m. Monday.
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BOYS PREP SOCCER
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