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Friday, April 5, 2013
Harrisonburg 10, Liberty 7
HARRISONBURG - Kyle Templeton and Ryan Kiser each had two hits, and Matt Shifflett struck out six in 4 2⁄3 innings while scattering eight hits for Harrisonburg.
Jesse Key, Cody Massie and Adam McKinney had two hits each for Liberty.
Riverheads 4, Parry McCluer 0
STAUNTON - Billy Coffin didn't allow a run over six innings, holding Parry McCluer to three hits and three walks in a game shortened because of sleet.
Coffin struck out 12 and Chance Staton wen 2 for 3 with an RBI for Riverheads.
Christian Camden pitched five innings allowing four runs, two earned, on five hits and three walks for Parry McCluer. He struck out eight.
Gunner Beverley went 1 for 3 for the Fighting Blues.
Jefferson Forest 3, Timber Creek, N.J., 0
TARBORO, N.C. - Taylor Bell pitched a five-hitter and struck out 11 as the Cavaliers won a consolation game.
Drew Phemister had two hits and a run scored for Jefferson Forest (6-2). Mitchell Doss and Tyler Lucy each had an RBI-hit for the Cavaliers.
Brandon Cornelius went 3 for 3 for Timber Creek.
Radford 6, Pulaski County 0
RADFORD - Lexi Denney scored four goals to lead the Bobcats (3-1) on Wednesday.
Lindsi Sparks and Lindsey Mannon also scored for Radford, and Amanda Joyce made one save.
McClelland, Barker honored
Gabby McClelland of Roanoke Catholic and Lynsey Barker of North Cross have been named to the second team on the VIS Division III girls basketball squad.
VIS players of the year were Ariana Freeman of Paul VI (Division I), Latrice Hunter of Norfolk Christian (Division II) and Moona Hamalainen of Amelia Academy (Division III).
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