Area Roundup

Posted: April 17, 2014

HHS Beats Page, 13-11

HARRISONBURG — Junior catcher Chris Whitelow went 3-for-4 with a double and four RBIs and the Blue Streaks sent eight batters to the plate in a four-run sixth inning as Harrisonburg beat Page County 13-11 in a high school baseball game Wednesday at HHS.

The Streaks improved to 4-2; the Panthers fell to 3-6.

Page        013 034 0 — 11  8  2

HHS         310 144 x — 13 10 4

Campbell, Lam (6) and Cave; Kiser, C. Templeton (5), Marcum (7) and Jackson and Whitelow. W—C. Templeton (1-0). L—Lam. Sv.—Marcum (2).

 

East Rock Baseball 13, Luray 3: Senior right-hander Chase Comer had seven strikeouts in a one-hit performance as East Rockingham beat Luray High School 13-3 in a Shenandoah District baseball game Wednesday in Luray.

The Eagles improved to 9-1; the Bulldogs’ record was not available.

Junior second baseman Shannon Cross went 2-for-3 with three runs scored and junior shortstop Isaac Dean had three RBIs to lead ERHS.

East Rock                162 022 — 13 10 3

Luray                         100 400 —  3   1  5

Comer and Hensley; Campbell, Lowery (2), Seal (5) and Dean and Atkins. W—Comer (3-0). L—Campbell.

 

Pendleton Baseball 12, Petersburg 8: Sophomore designated hitter Tim Hevener went 4-for-5, including a tie-breaking single in the eight inning, to lead Pendleton County High School to a 12-8 win over Petersburg in a non-conference baseball game Wednesday in Petersburg, W.Va.

The Wildcats improved to 10-5; the Vikings fell to 5-5.

Senior pitcher Alex See went 2-for-3 with a solo home run to power Petersburg.

Pendleton                050 012 04 – 12 16 2

Petersburg               101 015 00 –  8   9  4

Yokum, Lo. Cooper (4), Lambert (7) and Lu. Cooper; See, Vanmeter (2) and Turner. W – Lambert (2-0). L – Vanmeter (NA). HR – Petersburg: See (NA).

 

Luray Softball 4, East Rock 3: Luray scored three runs on three hits in the 11th inning to come from behind and beat East Rockingham High School 4-3 in a Shenandoah District softball game Wednesday in Luray.

The Bulldogs’ record was unavailable; the Eagles dropped to 6-3.

Senior Emily Speaks pitched all 11 innings for Luray, striking out five.

Junior third baseman Kayla Harris went 2-for-4 and sophomore first baseman Maddie Eppard was 2-for-4 with two RBIs for East Rockingham.

East Rock                000 000 100 02 — 3 10 1

Luray                          000 010 000 03 — 4  8 1

Breeden and Kisling; Speaks and Reed. W—Speaks. L—Breeden.

 

Spotswood Softball 3, Waynesboro 1: Senior pitcher Anna Patterson hit a two-run home run in the third inning and picked up the win in the circle to lead Spotswood past Waynesboro 3-1 in a high school softball game Wednesday in Penn Laird.

The Blazers improved to 2-7; the Giants’ record was not available.

Sophomore left fielder Hayley Johnson went 2-for-3 at the plate for SHS.

Waynesboro              000 010 0 — 1 5 1

Spotswood                102 000 x — 3 6 0

Truxell and S. Meadows; A. Patterson and L. Patterson. W—A. Patterson (2-5). L—Truxell. HR—SHS: A. Patterson (1).

 

Page Softball 15, Harrisonburg 1: Page County scored 10 runs in the fourth inning to beat Harrisonburg 15-1 in a high school softball game Wednesday at HHS.

Page’s record was not available; the Streaks dropped to 0-6.

Junior center fielder Katherine Komara went 2-for-2 with a double and an RBI to lead HHS.

Page      112 10 1 — 15 16 0

HHS       100   0  0 —  1   4  1

K. Breeden, McCoy (5) and Wilcher, Gum; Walter and Purnell. W—Breeden. L—Walter.

 

Turner Ashby Boys Soccer 5, Orange 1: Junior midfielder Angel Bravo scored twice and added an assist to help Turner Ashby beat Orange County 5-1 in a high school boys’ soccer game Wednesday in Bridgewater.

The Knights improved to 5-0-1; the Fighting Hornets’ record was not available. Senior midfielder Austin Slater added a pair of assists to lead TA.

Halftime score: TA 3-0.

Shots on goal: TA 17, OC 5.

Corner kicks: TA 6, OC 2.

Saves: TA (Overacker 2, Pearson 1, Pillichody 1) 4, OC (Browning 10, Wachter 2) 12.

Scoring: TA - A. Bravo (Slater) 6:00; TA - A. Bravo (Long) 26:00; TA - G. Bravo (A. Bravo) 39:00; TA - Coca-Fonseca (Slater) 44:00; OC – Marr (Plamp) 68:00; TA – Carte (Qadir) 69:00.

 

East Rockingham Boys Soccer 5, Luray 0: Sophomore forward Tyson Price scored two goals to lead East Rockingham High School over Luray 5-0 in a Shenandoah District boys’ soccer game Wednesday in Luray.

The Eagles improved to 3-5; Luray’s record was not available.

Halftime score: 4-0 ER

Shots on goal: ER 16; L 0

Corner kicks: ER 6; L 0

Saves: ER 0;  L 8 (NA)

Scoring: Bailey (Comer) 26:00; Bullis (Ramirez) 32:00; Moyer 36:00; Price (Bailey) 38:00; Price (Bullis) 77:00.

 

Broadway Girls Soccer 5, Fort Defiance 0: Junior midfielder Allie Sawyer scored two goals and sophomore forward Shaylla Oswald added another score and an assist to lead Broadway High School to a 5-0 victory over Fort Defiance in a high school girls’ soccer Wednesday in Fort Defiance.

The Gobblers improved to 4-3-2; the Indians’ record was unavailable.

Junior goalkeeper Monnivon Morrow recorded her second shutout of the season for Broadway.

Halftime score: 2-0 B.

Shots on goal: B 15, FD 4.

Corner kicks: B 2, FD 1.

Saves: B (Morrow) 4, FD (Cupp) 10.

Scoring: Oswald (Bergan) 9:00; Sawyer 15:00; Sawyer 45:00; Morris (Bergan) 52:00; Witmer (Oswald) 65:00.

 

Sherando Girls Soccer 4, Turner Ashby 1: Sherando jumped to a 3-0 halftime lead en route to a 4-1 win over Turner Ashby in a high school girls’ soccer game Wednesday in Stephens City.

Sherando’s record was not available; the Knights dropped to 2-5.

Senior defender Marissa Collier scored the lone goal for TA.

Halftime score: 3-0 S

Shots on goal: TA 5; S 16

Corner kicks: TA 1; S 1

Saves: TA 9 (Wood); S 1 (Irving, Hull)

Scoring: TA: Collier (King) 2:00. S: Snape (Fogarty) 28:09; Dean 15:30; Mogalis 2:30; Racey 5:30.

 

EMU Beats Southern Virginia, 9-7

HARRISONBURG — Freshman outfielder Kyle Mathews went 3-for-4 with two RBIs to lead Eastern Mennonite University to a 9-7 win over Southern Virginia in a college baseball game Wednesday.

The Royals improved to 18-18; Southern Virginia dropped to 5-22.

S. Virginia    210 000 202 — 7 11 3

EMU              140 031 00X — 9 14 5

King, Madison (6) and Gabriel; Johnson, Armstrong (4), Toney (8), Matthias (9), Marzullo (9) and Salladay. W—Armstrong (3-1). L—King (2-8). Sv.—Marzullo (2).



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