High School Roundup

Posted: April 24, 2013

Eagles Edge Stonewall

ELKTON
– Senior center fielder Ryan Kite went 2-for-3 with a triple, three RBIs and two runs, helping East Rockingham High School hang on for an 8-7 win over Stonewall Jackson in a Shenandoah District baseball game Tuesday in Elkton.

The Eagles improved to 8-7 overall, 6-3 in the Shenandoah; the Generals’ record was not available.

Sophomore shortstop Isaac Dean went 2-for-4 with two RBIs and a run, and junior designated hitter Travis Lugar went 2-for-3 with a double and two RBIs for East Rock.

Stonewall                050 000 2 – 7 10 1
East Rock               100 151 x – 8 10 2


Getz, Somers (5) and Kerlin; Brown, Cross (3) and Hensley. W-Cross (2-0). L-Getz (na).


EMHS Baseball 9, Holy Cross 7: Junior pitcher Joe Burns struck out 15 batters and hit a two-run homer, lifting Eastern Mennonite High School to a 9-7 win over Holy Cross in a Virginia Independent Conference baseball game Tuesday in Harrisonburg.

The Flames improved to 3-5 overall, 3-5 in the VIC; the Gaels’ record was not available.

Junior left fielder Grant Serrels had a triple and an RBI and eighth-grade first baseman Nathanial Solomon also had an RBI hit.

Holy Cross           030 200 2 – 7 3 6
EMHS                     103 311 x – 9 6 6


Thomas Schubert and Huery Combs; Joe Burns and B. Blosser. W-Burns (2-3). L-Schubert (na). HRs – EMHS, Burns (1).


Page Baseball 7, Riverheads 2: Senior first baseman Quentin Comer went 2-for-3 with his first home run of the season, and senior shortstop Tanner Dofflemyer went 3-for-4 with an RBI and two stolen bases to lead Page County High School to a 7-2 win over Riverheads in a Shenandoah District baseball game Tuesday at RHS.

The Panthers improved to 8-2 overall, 6-1 in the district; the Gladiators fell to 8-3, 6-3.

Page               100 123 0 – 7 10 0
Riverheads   000 110 0 – 2   6 1


T. Comer, Dofflemyer (6) and Hensley; Claymore, Whitehead (6) and Cash. W—Comer (5-0). L—Claymore. HR—Page: Q. Comer (1)


Luray Baseball 2, Buffalo Gap 1: Senior right-hander Jeff Cash pitched a complete-game three-hitter and hit the game-winning home run in the top of the seventh inning to lead Luray High School to a 2-1 win over Buffalo Gap in a Shenandoah District baseball game Tuesday at Gap.

The Bulldogs improved to 4-4 overall, 3-3 in the district; the Bison fell to 0-8, 0-8.

Luray                000 010 1 – 2 3 1
Buffalo Gap     000 100 0 – 1 3 1


Cash and Clark; McLain and Lotts. W—Cash (1-1). L—McLain (0-3). HR—Luray: Talghadar (2), Cash (1).


Pendleton Baseball 15, East Hardy 9: Junior second baseman Luke Yokum went 3-for-5 with four RBIs, helping Pendleton County High School to a 15-9 win over East Hardy in a Potomac Valley Conference baseball game Tuesday in Franklin, W.Va.

The Wildcats improved to 13-7 overall, 9-3 in the PVC; the Cougars’ record was not available.

East Hardy              021 400 2  –   9 12 2
Pendleton                016 350 0 – 15 18 2


Collier, Foltz (3), Miller (5), Skovron (5) and Basye; T. Hevener, C. Lambert (4), D. Hevener and J. Lambert. W-C. Lambert (na). L-Foltz (na). HRs – East Hardy, Collier (na).


Broadway Softball 9, R.E. Lee 1: Senior catcher Danyele Smith went 3-for-4 with a home run, two doubles and two RBIs, leading Broadway High School to a 9-1 win over R.E. Lee in a Valley District softball game Tuesday in Staunton.

The Gobblers improved to 13-1 overall, 6-0 in the Valley; the Lee Ladies’ record was not available.
Senior Heather Cantrell went 3-for-4 with two triples and three RBIs for BHS.

Broadway     340 011 0 – 9 12 2
R.E. Lee         100 000 0 – 1   2 4


Driver and Smith; Armstrong and Johnson. W-Driver (1-0). L-Armstrong (na). HRs-Smith (6).


TA Softball 9, Waynesboro 3: Junior catcher Bre Bosley went 2-for-2 with four RBIs, helping Turner Ashby High School to a 9-3 win over Waynesboro in a Valley District softball game Tuesday in Waynesboro.

The Knights improved to 11-2-1 overall, 6-1 in the Valley; the Little Giants’ record was not available.

Turner Ashby         212 102 1 – 9 13 4
Waynesboro           001 011 0 – 3   3 0


Miller, Sheets (4) and Bosley; Truxell and Meadows. W-Miller (9-0). L-Truxell (na). HRs-TA, Bosley (2), Sheets (1).


Harrisonburg Boys Soccer 4, Fort Defiance 2: Sophomore forward Luis Vargas had a hat trick to lead Harrisonburg High School to a 4-2 win over Fort Defiance in a Valley District boys’ soccer game Tuesday at HHS.

The Blue Streaks improved to 6-1-2 overall, 4-1 in the Valley; the Indians fell to 4-3, 3-2.

Halftime score: F, 2-0

Shots on goal: F 9; H 12

Corner kicks: F 4; H 6

Saves: F 8 (Early); H 7 (Lobo)

Scoring: F – Henderson 2:15, Thibodeaux 20:00; H – Vargas (Velasco) 47:20, Gotay 57:00, Vargas (Gotay) 66:40, Vargas (Gotay) 74:50


TA Boys Soccer 1, Waynesboro 1: Senior midfielder Dilmer Martinez scored in the 74th minute, helping Turner Ashby fight back from a one-goal deficit to a 1-1 draw against Waynesboro in a Valley District boys’ soccer game Tuesday in Waynesboro.

The Knights moved to 7-1-2 overall, 4-1-1 in the Valley; the Little Giants went to 4-3-1 overall (Waynesboro’s district record was not available.)

Senior forward Maxi Nunez scored on a penalty kick in the 66th minute for Waynesboro.

Halftime score: 0-0

Shots on goal: TA 9; W 9

Corner kicks: TA 5; W 1

Saves: TA 8 (Overacker); W 8 (Gilbert)

Scoring: TA – Dilmer Martinez (Austin Slater) 74. W – Nunez (PK) 66.


Broadway Boys Soccer 5, R.E. Lee 0: Junior forward Dylan Peachey scored a goal and had two assists to lead Broadway High School to a 5-0 win over R.E. Lee in a Valley District boys’ soccer game Tuesday in Staunton.

The Gobblers improved to 4-5 overall, 2-3 in the district; the Leemen’s record was unavailable.

Halftime score: BHS 4-0

Shots on goal: BHS 15; Lee 7

Corner kicks: BHS 6; Lee 3

Saves: BHS (Ewell) 7; Lee 10

Scoring: BHS—Hylton (Ramirez) 4:00, Uribe (Peachey) 8:00, Hahn (Peachey) 13:00, Ramirez (Stone) 29:00, Peachey (Stone) 61:00.


Broadway Girls Soccer 7, R.E. Lee 1: Junior midfielder Jessica Bergan scored three goals to lead Broadway High School to a 7-1 win over R.E. Lee in a Valley District girls’ soccer game Tuesday at BHS.

The Gobblers improved to 9-1 overall, 5-1 in the district; the Lee Ladies’ record was unavailable.

Halftime score: BHS 2-1

Shots on goal: Lee 6; BHS 14

Corner kicks: Lee 3; BHS 6

Saves: Lee (Lightner) 7 BHS (Morrow) 5

Scoring: Lee—Gleaves 38:00. BHS—Oswald (Botkin) 5:00, Bergan (Botkin) 30:00, Bergan (Morris) 41:00, Oswald (Zook) 42:00, Bergan 52:00, Botkin (White) 56:00, Morgan 76:00.


Harrisonburg Girls Soccer 7, Fort Defiance 1: Sophomore Maddy Dod scored two goals to lead Harrisonburg High School to a 7-1 win over Fort Defiance in a Valley District girls’ soccer game Tuesday at Fort.
 
The Blue Streaks improved to 7-2-1 overall, 5-0-1 in the district; the Indians’ record was unavailable.

Halftime score: HHS 4-0

Shots on goal: HHS 12; Fort 3

Corner kicks: HHS 1; Fort 1

Saves: HHS (Penrod) 2; Fort (Adler) 2

Scoring: HHS—Shenk-Moreno (Hartman) 1:53, Dod (free kick) 3:58, Dod (Rose) 10:03, Strother (Knupp) 18:50, own goal 42:30, Cummings (Knupp) 56:00, King (Sellers) 64:05. Fort—Chambers 53:38.


TA Girls Soccer 3, Waynesboro 1: Senior forward Abby Cleaver had two goals and an assist as Turner Ashby High School beat Waynesboro 3-1 in a Valley District girls’ soccer game Tuesday in Bridgewater.

The Knights improved to 6-3 overall, 3-3 in the Valley; the Little Giants’ record was not available.

Halftime score: W, 1-0

Shots on goal: W 7; TA 29

Corner kicks: W 1; TA 3

Saves: W 23 (Bender) ; TA 6 (Liskey 4, Witt 2)

Scoring: W – Janes 22:37 TA – Michael (Cleaver) 41:40, Cleaver (Sullivan) 55:25, Cleaver 72:09



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