Area Roundup

Posted: April 21, 2014

Cougars Sweep Dukes

CHARLESTON, S.C. – James Madison stranded 18 runners on the bases in a pair of losses to the College of Charleston on Saturday in a Colonial Athletic Association baseball doubleheader.

The first-place Cougars swept the Dukes, winning Saturday’s games 6-2 and 5-0 and winning Sunday’s game 12-2.

Charleston improved to 27-12 overall, 10-2 in the CAA; JMU fell to 12-24, 4-7.

Freshman shortstop Josh Wyatt, senior first baseman Matt Tenaglia and senior second baseman Conner Brown were the only players with multiple hit games for JMU in the series.

College of Charleston starting pitchers Taylor Clarke and Bailey Ober shut down the Dukes on Saturday.

Saturday’s First Game

James Madison                000 000 002 — 2  8  1

Charleston                         010 003 20X — 6  7  2

Hoover, Cundiff (6) and San Martin; Clarke, Henry (8) and Welke and Roper. W—Clarke (8-2). L—Hoover (0-5).

Saturday’s Second Game

James Madison                000 000 000 — 0  5  1

Charleston                         000 410 00X — 5  7  0

Huffman, Evans (7) and San Martin; Ober, Hanzlik (9) and Boykin. W—Ober (7-2). L—Huffman (4-4).

Sunday’s Game

James Madison                010 000 100 —    2   9 2

Charleston                         000 413 40X — 12 17 2

Gunst, Husum (6), Feehan (7), Suttmiller (8) and San Martin; Thornton, Helvey (8), Glazer (9). W—Thornton (3-4). L—Gunst (2-6).

 

BC Baseball Splits With Lynchburg: Senior right-hander Robert Gallet pitched 7 2/3 innings and allowed just two runs to help Bridgewater College split an Old Dominion Athletic Conference doubleheader against Lynchburg on Saturday at BC.

The Eagles finished their conference schedule 26-11 overall, 13-7 in the ODAC; the Hornets dropped to 22-11, 9-10.

Senior pitcher Dillon Via took the loss in Game 1 as the Eagles fell 4-3. The Eagles won the second game, 5-2.

First Game

Lynchburg                  010 011 001 — 4 11 0

Bridgewater                000 021 000 — 3   7 1

Miller and Tomasulo; Armentrout, Via (7) and Hensley. W—Miller (8-4). L—Via (1-2). HR—Howell.

Second Game

Lynchburg                100 000 010 — 2 10 3

Bridgewater              200 110 01X — 5 10 1

Johnston, Day (5) and Tomasulo; Gallet, Leake (8) and Hoffman. W—Gallet. L—Johnston. Sv.—Leake.

 

EMU Baseball Splits With Roanoke: Turner Ashby High School graduate Ryan Hedrick had two RBIs to lead Eastern Mennonite University to a 3-1 victory over Roanoke in the second game of an Old Dominion Athletic Conference baseball doubleheader Sunday in Salem.

The Royals, who lost the first game 10-6, are 20-19 overall, 6-14 in the ODAC; Roanoke is 16-17, 7-12.

The 20 wins are the most victories at EMU in 12 years, and the Royals have just the 14th winning season in program history.

First Game

EMU               000 021 102 —    6 11 0

Roanoke       001 216 00X — 10 15 4

Hooven, Henschel (5), Mathias (6), Tierney (6), Mills (8) and Estrada; Holshouser, Bradley (8) and Black. W—Holshouser (3-3). L—Hooven (3-2). HR—R: Nowlin.

Second Game

EMU               000 001 020 — 3 13 3

Roanoke       001 000 000 — 1   5 0

Brown, Whitlow (6) and Estrada; Ruhlman, Gregory (7) and Black. W—Whitlow (1-4). L—Gregory (4-1).

 

Broadway Softball Splits Two Games

BEDFORD — Junior second baseman Alex Layman hit a walk-off single in the seventh inning, part of a seven-run rally with one out, as Broadway beat Staunton River 8-7 in a high school softball game Saturday in Bedford.

The Gobblers improved to 6-4; Staunton River’s record was not available.

BHS lost Game 2 to Liberty 2-1. Senior Shayna Driver pitched both games for Broadway.

Game 1

Staunton River       300 000 4 — 7 4 2

Broadway                001 000 7 — 8 9 2

Ball and Carter; Driver and Repko. W—Driver (5-4). L—Ball.

Game 2

Broadway          000 010 0 — 1 3 0

Liberty                000 001 1 — 2 8 0

Driver and Repko; Carr and Baldwin. W—Carr. L—Driver.

 

Pendleton Baseball Sweeps Paw Paw: Sophomore designated hitter Tim Hevener went 2-for-4 with three RBIs in Game 1 and senior outfielder Cody Lambert went 3-for-3 in Game 2 to lead Pendleton County to a pair of slaughter rule wins over Paw Paw in a high school baseball doubleheader Saturday at Paw Paw, W.Va.

The Wildcats improved to 13-5 overall, 7-1 in the Potomac Valley Conference; Paw Paw’s record was not available.

Senior right-hander Luke Yokum struck out eight batters in a 12-0 win in six innings in the first game. PCHS took Game 2 13-1 in five innings.

 First Game

Pendleton              322 203 — 12 11 1

Paw Paw                000 000 —   0  3  4

L. Yokum, Day (6) and L. Cooper; Crabtree and Weese. W—L. Yokum (2-1). L—Crabtree.

Second Game

Pendleton              200 38 — 13 10 0

Paw Paw                010 00 —   1   4 4

L. Cooper, Arrington (5) and L. Cooper and Feagans; Newlon, Weese (5), Abrell (5) and Crabtree. W—L. Cooper (2-2). L—Newlon.



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