Baseball/Softball Roundup

Posted: May 27, 2014

HARRISONBURG – Senior catcher Skylar Johnson went 2-for-3 with three RBIs to lead Harrisonburg High School to a 7-1 win over Charlottesville in the Conference 23 softball quarterfinals Monday.

The fourth-seeded Blue Streaks improved to 3-16; fifth-seeded Charlottesville’s record was not available.

HHS will travel to face No. 1 seed Louisa County in the semifinals on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m.

“These girls are playing a lot better right now and we’re just taking it one at-bat and one game at a time,” HHS coach Susie Bocock said.

Charlottesville   000 100 0 — 1 6 1

Harrisonburg     141 010 x — 7 7 1

Largent and Kannayss; M.A. Dellinger and Johnson. W—Dellinger (3-11). L—Largent.

Western Albemarle Baseball 10, Spotswood 0: Freshman Josh Casteen went 1-for-3 with five RBIs, including a third-inning grand slam to lead Western Albemarle High School to a 10-0 slaughter-rule win over Spotswood in a Conference 29 quarterfinal baseball game Monday in Crozet.

The Warriors improved to 18-1; the Trailblazers finished their season at 6-14.

Western will play Waynesboro in the C-29 semifinals on Wednesday at 5 p.m. at Broadway High School.

Adam Dofflemyer, Josh Lasam, Cameron Irvine, Jared Morris and Kevin Saylor each had hits for SHS.

Spotswood          000 00 —   0 5 1

Western                036 1x — 10 8 0

Dofflemyer, Simmons (3), Maddra (3) and Lam; Sumpter and NA. W—Sumpter. L—Dofflemyer. HR—W: Casteen.

Pendleton Baseball 9, Moorefield 1: Sophomore center fielder Tyler Shears went 2-for-4 with a three-run single in the seventh inning to lead Pendleton County High School to a 9-1 win over Moorefield in a Class A, Region II semifinal baseball game Monday in Moorefield, W.Va.

The Wildcats improved to 23-9; the Yellow Jackets’ record was not available.

Pendleton will host Notre Dame in the regional final Wednesday at 6:30 p.m.

Pendleton           000 300 6 — 9 9 3

Moorefield          000 010 0 — 1 4 3

Hevener and Lu. Cooper; Vetter, Williams (5) and Schoonover. W—Hevenver (6-2). L—Vetter.

Page Baseball 3, Clarke 2: Junior first baseman Adam Campbell singled to drive in the winning run in the seventh inning Monday as Page County beat Clarke County High School 3-2 in the Conference 35 baseball quarterfinals in  Shenandoah.

The Panthers will play either George Mason or Madison County today at Strasburg High School in the semifinals.

Page junior shortstop Clay Atkins smacked a solo home run in the third inning and finished 3-for-4.

Clarke         000 011 0 – 2  5  2

Page           101 000 1 – 3  6  2

Dobry and Preacher; Talghator, Lam (7) and Cave. W-Lam (NA). L-Dobry (NA). HRs – P: Atkins (1) 

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