Area Roundup: Gotay, Streaks Rout Gobblers

Posted: April 30, 2013

Harrisonburg sophomore Luis Vargas (center) heads the ball over Broadway junior Samuel Benavides Monday’s at HHS. Harrisonburg won 4-0.
HARRISONBURG — Junior midfielder Henry Gotay scored two goals to lead Harrisonburg High School to a 4-0 win over Broadway in a Valley District boys’ soccer match Monday.

The Blue Streaks improved to 8-2-2 overall, 6-2 in the Valley; the Gobblers’ record was not available.
Sophomore midfielder Carlos Pulido and sophomore forward Jackson Taylor also scored for the Streaks.

Halftime score: 2-0 H
Corner kicks: B 1; H 8
Shots on goal: B 5; H 5
Saves: B 11 (Ewell); H 5 (Lobo 4, Dotas 1
Scoring: H- Gotay (PK), 12:00; Pulido (PK), 28:00; Taylor (Valderramos), 48:00; Gotay, 54:00.

EMHS Girls Soccer 4, Covenant 0: Senior midfielder Amy Trissel scored on a direct free kick in the third minute and assisted on one of two goals by freshman forward Rachel Keefer as Eastern Mennonite High School blanked Covenant 4-0 in a non-conference girls’ soccer game Saturday in Charlottesville.

The Flames improved to 12-0-2; the Eagles fell to 2-9-1.

Halftime score: 2-0 EM
Shots on goal: EM 10, Cov 2
Corner kicks: EM 11, Cov 1
Saves: EM 2 (Wenger), Cov 3 (na)
Scoring: EMHS—Trissel (direct kick) 3:00, Keefer (Trissel) 25:00, D. Byler (Hertzler) 50:00, Keefer (Hertzler) 70:00.

Page Softball 8, Wilson Memorial 1: Junior shortstop Allison Breeden went 4-for-5 with an RBI to lead Page County High School to an 8-1 win over Wilson Memorial in a Shenandoah District softball game Monday in Fishersville.

Records were not available for either team.

Sophomore Kare Breeden allowed one run on three hits and struck out four in six innings. Junior third baseman Hope Wilcher went 3-for-4 with two RBIs for Page.

Page Co.                101 014 1 — 8 15 0
Wilson                    000 001 0 — 1   3 3
Breeden, Meadows (7) and Viafora; Fisher and Rexrode. W- Breeden. L- Fisher.
Miller Downs EMHS
HARRISONBURG — Junior shortstop Mike Dailey went 2-for-3 with two doubles, two runs scored and an RBI to lead The Miller School to a 10-0 win over Eastern Mennonite High School in a Virginia Independent Conference baseball game that lasted six innings due to the slaughter-rule Monday.

Miller’s record was not available; the Flames dropped to 3-8 overall, 3-5 in the VIC.

Freshman Johnny Wood pitched a complete game, limiting EMHS to just three hits.
Steele Hensley had an RBI triple and scored two runs for Miller.

Miller                      303 103 — 10 8 0
EMHS                    000 000 —   0 3 3
Wood and Rose; Serrels and Blosser. W- Wood. L- Serrels.

Wilson Memorial 7, Stonewall Jackson 6: Josh Cale drove in Brandon Poole in the bottom of the eighth inning Monday to give Wilson Memorial a 7-6 victory over Stonewall Jackson High School in a Shenandoah District baseball game in Fishersville.

Wilson is 9-3 overall, 8-2 in the district; Stonewall is 4-10,  2-7.

Stonewall           140 010 00 – 6    9  2
Wilson                 004 200 01 – 7  12  3

Page 3, Luray 2: Ty Comer smacked a three-run home run in the first inning Monday to give Page County High School a 3-2 victory over Luray in a Shenandoah District baseball game in  Shenandoah.
The Panthers improved to 10-2 overall, 8-1 in the district; the Bulldogs fell to 3-5, 3-5.

For Luray, Tyler Campbell had nine strikeouts and three walks.

Luray                020 000 0 – 2  4  0
Page                 200 000 x – 3  1  1
Campbell and Clark; Comer, Dofflemeyer (6) and Hensley. W-Comer (7-0). L-Campbell (NA). HR – P:  Comer (3)

Pendleton 8, Bath 4: Junior second baseman Luke Yokum went 3-for-3 with a double and three runs scored to lead Pendleton County High School past Bath 8-4 in a non-conference baseball game Monday in Franklin, W.Va.

The Wildcats improved to 15-9; the Chargers fell to 4-9.

Daniel Hevener went 2-for 4 with three RBIs for Pendleton, while Logan Raines went 2-for-4.

Bath County               000 022 0 —  4    5  3
Pendleton                   410 102 0 —  8  11  2
  Oliver, Krisler (2) and Krisler, Nichols (2); Hevener, Kretzschmar (5), Lambert (6), Cooper (7) and Lambert. W-Hevener (2-1). L-Oliver (NA).

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