The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia

September 12, 2013

Roundup: Woodrow, East girls battle to 2-2 draw

From Staff Reports


Woodrow Wilson 2, Greenbrier East 2

The Class AAA rivals both dominated a half.

Woodrow held a 2-0 lead at the break. Sarah Akers scored on a direct kick, while Shannon Barajas found paydirt from an assist by Rebekah Cook.

East answered in the second half on a goal by Erin Johnson and a direct kick by Malorie Baker that found the back of the net.

Each squad had seven shots on goal. Both Woodrow’s Emily Lane and East’s Kris Arbuckle had five keeper saves.

Woodrow (3-3-4) will host Cabell Midland at 11 a.m. Saturday.

Greenbrier East (4-2-2) is at Princeton Monday.

PikeView 9, Ravenswood 2

RAVENSWOOD — Brooke Baker had a hat trick and Maranda Keaton scored two goals to lead the PikeView Lady Panthers past host Ravenswood 9-2 Thursday.

Lexie O’Dell added a goal and had two assists, while Maya Klein and Courtney Gray had a goal and one assist each.

Shyann Carr chipped in one goal, Sophie Klein had two assists and Kari Shrewsbury and Emilee Nelson had one assist apiece for PikeView.

Chesney Hudson and Haylie Reynolds scored the goals for Ravenswood.

Goalkeeper Kristen Brinkley had four saves for the Lady Panthers.

PikeView (4-3) hosts Pocahontas County Saturday at 1 p.m.

Midland Trail 4, James Monroe 3

HICO — Heaven Simms scored two goals and had one assist as the Midland Trail Lady Patriots defeated James Monroe 4-3 Thursday.

Bri Underwood and Peyton Fisher added one goal apiece, while Summer Whipkey and Kiera Lesher had one assist apiece for Trail.

Goalkeeper Jill Gray collected six saves in the win for the Lady Patriots.

Midland Trail (5-1-1) travels to Pocahontas County Tuesday.


Summers County 16, Western Greenbrier 0

HINTON — The Summers County Bobcats’ offense scored a touchdown in the first and fourth quarters, while the defense pitched a shutout to defeat Western Greenbrier Thursday 16-0.

Tucker Lilly opened the scoring in the first quarter with a 20-yard strike to Andrew Richmond and Ben Neal coverted the two-point conversion for an 8-0 lead.

The Bobcats iced the game on a fourth quarter 50-yard touchdown run by Arizona Fox and another two-point conversion by Ben Neal for the 16-0 final score.

Summers County (2-0) travels to Narrows, Va. Wednesday.

Park 20, Independence 0

The Park Roadrunners shut out Independence on a rainy muddy night at Bobby Pruett Stadium for their second win of the season.

Tyree Swafford scored two touchdowns, while Peyton Thomas added a touchdown run and a two-point conversion run for Park.

Park (2-0) travels to Eastern Greenbrier Thursday.

Collins 36, Shady Spring 0

Collins jumped out to a 22-0 halftime lead and rolled past host Shady Spring Thursday.

Casey Wood rolled up 108 yards on 12 carries and scored two touchdowns (45, 4) to lead the Collins attack.

Collins also had touchdown runs from Logan Erickson (48), Owen Jarvis (7) and Tristen Coots (3) in the win.