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Wednesday, April 10, 2013
Caleb Clingenpeel scored twice in the first half and William Byrd held on to defeat Northside 2-1 in Blue Ridge District boys' soccer Tuesday night.
Clingenpeel's game winner came in the 25th minute off a throw-in that found its way into the penalty area and soon afterwards the back of the Northside (0-4-1, 0-1) net.
Bryce Wilson narrowed the margin with less that two minutes remaining but the Vikings could draw no closer.
Tanner Weaver made five saves in net for William Byrd (1-3-2, 1-0) while Zack Large made six saves for Northside.
Chilhowie 10, George Wythe 0, 5 inn.
CHILHOWIE - Dalton Armstrong had a three run homer in the bottom of the fifth and the Warriors ended the game early with a five-run inning to win via the 10-run rule.
Dustin Creasy pitched a complete game and had six strikeouts, gave up two, and walked one for Chilhowie (8-1, 1-0). Jeffery Johnson had a two RBI double.
Randy Tuell doubled for George Wythe (0-8, 0-1) and Tanner Combs had a hit.
Bassett 13, Patrick County 3
BASSETT - Samuel Stambaugh had three hits, three RBIs, and two stolen bases to lead the Bengals comeback.
Bassett (6-2, 1-0) trailed 5-3 going into the sixth, but scored eight runs off six hits to pull away.
Kemper Terry had two hits, three RBIs, and three runs scored for Bassett. Michael Galdin had two hits, including a double and an RBI. Corey Gaylor had two hits and two RBIs. Pitcher Trevor Martin had five strikeouts, gave up three runs, and no walks in six innings.
Chase Barns had two hits and a run scored for Patrick County (1-7, 0-1).
James River 11, Bath County 1, 5 inn.
BUCHANAN - Zayard Steevens issued 10 strikeouts, no walks and surrendered one run on three hits and James River defeated Bath County in five innings due to the 10-run rule.
Justin Steebers had three hits, one RBI and two stolen bases for the Knights (3-6, 1-0). Hunter Thompson had two hits and an RBI and Daniel Richman had one hit and an RBI.
Jonah Ford had two hits and an RBI for Bath County (0-2, 0-2). Michael Chriser added a double and a run scored.
Parry McCluer 14, Covington 6
COVINGTON - Cody Buchanon had three hits and two RBIs to lead Parry McCluer past Covington.
Sam Armstrong had two hits and scored two runs for the Fighting Blues (3-2, 2-0).
Daniel Blevins had three hits and an RBI for Covington (3-6, 0-1) and Steven Blevins had two hits and an RBI.
THREE RIVERS DISTRICT
Radford 12, Eastern Montgomery 8
ELLISTON - Anthony Miano had two hits, including a two-run homer, to lead the Bobcats past the Mustangs.
Luke Phillips had two hits and two RBIs for Radford (5-3, 1-0).
Kendall Sisson had three hits and two RBIs for EastMont (1-4, 0-1) with Josh Howard adding two hits and one RBI.
Auburn 7, Glenvar 3
Levi Bower had two hits, an RBI, and a run scored for the visiting Eagles as they beat the Highlanders.
Gabe Spencer pitched a complete game and had three strikeouts, gave up three hits, and walked three for Auburn (5-0, 1-0). Cody Akers drove in two runs on one hit.
Austin Fox and Zach Alls each had a hit with a run batted in for Glenvar (2-6, 0-1).
Floyd County 6, Giles 0
FLOYD - Pitcher Ryan Lewis had eight strikeouts, no walks, and allowed three hits in a complete game shutout as Floyd defeated Giles.
Matt Bary had three hits and scored three runs for Floyd (4-6).
Lucas Stevers hit a double for Giles (2-6-1).
Parkway Christian 12, Dayspring Christian 0
BLACKSBURG - Brandon Jennings tossed a two-hitter with 11 strikeouts and went 3 for 4 to lead Parkway Christian past Dayspring (0-2, 0-1).
Bryce Thurman drove in three runs on two hits and Jonathan Kempft had two RBIs.
Liberty Christian 14, North Cross 1
Steve Hess and Chris Horton each drove in three runs as the Bulldogs dispatched the Raiders.
Josh Clinton pitched six innings, allowing one run on three hits and striking out eight.
Wes Benelli accounted for one of the hits for North Cross (4-4, 2-2). Jason LaManca scored for the Raiders on a passed ball.
Christiansburg 5, Carroll County 1
CHRISTIANSBURG - Justin Bowler had two hits, including a homerun and three RBIs and Christiansburg defeated the Cavaliers.
Tony Deibler had two hits, an RBI and two runs scored for the Blue Demons (7-1).
Jonah Taylor scored the run for Carroll County (4-3).
Narrows 13, Rural Retreat 7
NARROWS - Tyler Evans belted a two-run home run, had five RBIs and pitched two innings to earn the win on the mound as the Green Wave defeated the Indians.
Will Patterson and Kelly Dent each had two hits for Narrows (3-1-1).
Rural Retreat (2-3) was lead by W.K. Dalton and Jackie Burton who had two hits apiece.
Northside 1, Pulaski County 0
Tyler Wolfe had a solo home run at the bottom of the sixth and Northside downed Pulaski County.
Wolfe also had a double for Northside (5-3). Daniel Brammer pitched a complete game shutout, issuing four strikeouts, three hits, and a walk.
Brayden Morris pitched a complete game for Pulaski County (5-1), striking out seven while giving up four hits and four walks.
Lord Botetourt 9, Blacksburg 6
BLACKSBURG - Matt Burd had three hits and five RBIs for Lord Botetourt as the Cavaliers defeated the Bruins.
Ryan Oliver had a home run and two RBIs. Justin Nichols also had a home run for Lord Botetourt (5-1).
Morgan McCoy had three hits for Blacksburg (7-2). Thomas Hughes had two hits and two RBIs.
Bland County 10, Montcalm, W.Va. 5
MONTCALM, W.Va - Aaron Rose pitched five innings, allowing two hits and striking out 11. and went 3 for 5 at the plate with a two-run home run as the Bears defeated the Generals.
Tyler Faulkner had two hits and two RBIs for Bland County (2-0) and Zack Gwynn added two hits and one RBI.
Staunton River 9, Salem 0
MONETA - Paul Williams had two hits, three RBIs and two runs scored as Staunton River shutout Salem.
Mitchell Hullett had four RBIs on two hits and Scotty Ellis had two runs scored and two RBIs for the Golden Eagles (4-2).
Pitcher Collin Watkins had four strikeouts and gave up three hits.
Cole Hedge and Josh Haga both had two hits for Salem (3-4).
Salem 20, Rockbridge County 7
LEXINGTON - Phillip Robertson scored four goals and dished out seven assists and brother Joe Robertson scored four and handed off three assists as the Spartans stayed unbeaten.
Connor Sampson added four goals for Salem (6-0). Chad Fisher added three.
Evans Pierce made 12 saves in net for the Spartans.
Patrick Henry 15, Hidden Valley Club 3
Maddie Blackwell scored six goals and Ashley Lemon added three as the Patriots dispatched the Hidden Valley Club Team.
Alaina Gerani made three saves for Patrick Henry (4-1).
Jenna Graves had 12 saves for Hidden Valley and Hannah Miko scored had a hat-trick.
Salem 17, Rockbridge County 8
LEXINGTON - Cate Pace had seven goals and four assists to lead the Spartans to a victory over the Wildcats.
Makenzie Haymaker had three goals and an assist for Salem (6-1). Morgan Leeson had two goals. Sika Agblevor, Kara St. Clare, Hannah Giorno, Jordan Hayes, and Karlee Stinson each had a goal. Keeper Emma Blair had 15 saves.
Keeley Fresh had three goals and an assist for Rockbridge (0-3). Virginia Paulk had two goals and an assist. Addie Moore and Ariel Paulk had one goal each. Emily Coleman had eight saves.
South County 21, New River Valley 6
Samantha Krackow had six goals and one assist for the South County Club Team as it defeated New River Valley.
Catherine Cullum had four goals and one assist. Maria Barerra and Anna Barerra each had three goals. Barerra also had four assists. Sarah Olwen and Anna East each scored twice for South County (3-1).
Martinsville 4, Magna Vista 1
MARTINSVILLE - Jordan Philpott and Alex Martinez each scored two goals and Martinsville held the Warriors scoreless in the second half.
Tommy O'Neil and Grant Boaz both scored for the Bulldogs (4-2-2, 1-0).
Josh Warren had the goal for Magna Vista (3-2-1, 0-1).
Blacksburg 4, Lord Botetourt 0
BLACKSBURG - Sebi Brown scored twice in the second half as the Bruins pulled away to defeat Lord Botetourt (3-2).
Also scoring for Blacksburg (3-0) were Mitchell Williams, who found net on a free kick in the second minute, and Garland Smith, who booted a goal unassisted 10 minutes before the break.
Bradford Mills assisted on Brown's second goal.
Patrick Henry 2, Salem 1
Freshman Locene Yarmah took a through ball and left-footed a goal to the far post with about six minutes left as the host Patriots pulled out the win.
Salem (2-2-1) took the early lead on Hayden Helm's unassisted goal and led 1-0 at intermission.
The Patriots (3-2-2) answered with a Griffin Davidson header from 6 yards out off a corner kick by Erik Agren in the 65th minute.
BLUE RIDGE DISTRICT
Northside 2, William Byrd 0
Emma Wade had both goals for the Vikings as they defeated the visiting Terriers.
Emily Rawlings and McKensie Tayne both had assists for Northside (2-2-1, 1-0). Keeper Kelsey Altizer had six saves in the shutout.
Morgan Spangler had seven saves for William Byrd (4-2, 0-1).
Jefferson Forest 6, Liberty 3
BEDFORD - Riley Lee and Cassidy Ratliff each had two goals as the Cavaliers defeated Liberty.
Jessica Mitchell and Danielle Tiffany each had a goal for Jefferson Forest (4-1, 2-1). Sarah Richards had five saves.
Laura Garbarini had two goals and an assist for Liberty (2-2, 2-1). Kylie Barpholomew had a goal. Jillian Blackburn had 12 saves.
Roanoke Valley Christian 9, Christian Heritage 0
Beth Snyder had three goals to lead the host Eagles (4-1, 2-1 VACA) to a win over Christian Heritage.
Tiara Flood had two goals. Mackenzie Prillaman, Laney Register, Nicole Hendricks and Naomi Elliott also scored.
WESTERN VALLEY DISTRICT
Franklin County 9, George Washington 1
DANVILLE - Taylor Smith and Makayla Mills each scored twice as Franklin County (3-2-1, 1-0) put away George Washington.
Khadijah Wilson scored the lone goal for George Washington (4-3, 0-1), while Morgan Tucker made seven saves in net.
Glenvar 8, Parry McCluer 0
Mileena Mitchell had four goals and Evyn Duff added two more as the Highlanders rolled.
Miranda Howell and Jesse Smith each had single goals for the Highlanders (2-4).
Pulaski County 6, Marion 1
DUBLIN - Casey Farmer scored twice as the Cougars stopped the visiting Scarlet Hurricane.
Pulaski County (3-2) led 1-0 at intermission before breaking it open in the second half. Moriha Hinton, Casey Reese, Lauren Dunford, and Ciera Sarver each scored for the Cougars.
Southwest Virginia Home School 7, Carlisle 0
MARTINSVILLE - Southwest Home School scored six goals in the second half and defeated host Carlisle.
Jacq Chick, Sarah Dollar, Cassie Snyder, and Beka Broughton each had one goal and an assist for the Conquerors (5-2, 1-1). Hannah Broughton, Abby Collins, and Lilly Smith each added a goal.
Carlisle's Caroline Jordan had 16 saves.
Chilhowie 16, George Wythe 0, 5 inn.
CHILHOWIE - Freshman Mary Luttrell tripled, hit a two-run home run and drove in four runs as the Warriors routed the Maroons in the five inning district opener.
Kiki Murphy had three hits including two doubles and two RBIs for the Warriors (3-4, 1-0).
Parry McCluer 10, Covington 0
COVINGTON - Parry McCluer scored 10 runs on four hits, Covington (1-8, 0-1) committed 10 errors and the Fighting Blues went on to win.
Hayley Thomas had four strikeouts, no walks and allowed all four hits for Parry McCluer (5-1, 2-0). Thomas also notched three hits and a run scored. Reba Wilhelm had a triple and an RBI.
James River 10, Bath County 0, 5 inn.
BUCHANAN - Jessica Simmons pitched three scoreless innings, allowing two hits and no walks while striking out six and James River went on to defeat Bath County in five innings.
Abby Tincher came in for two hitless innings of relief, striking one out and yielding a walk for the Knights (4-4, 1-0). Kayla Hannah notched three hits, three runs scored and three stolen bases.
Jessee O'Conner had a hit and two stolen bases for Bath County (0-4, 0-2).
Carroll County 4, Tazewell 2
TAZEWELL - Eaden Dunril had six strikeouts and gave up four hits and Carroll County defeated Tazewell.
Reagan Hawsley had two hits and a walk. Tiffany Moore had two hits and four stolen bases for the Cavaliers (3-2).
Tazewell's Lauren Kincer scored twice and Whitney Saunders had an RBI double.
THREE RIVERS DISTRICT
Floyd County 9, Giles 0
PEARISBURG - Christene Phillips got the Buffaloes off to a fast start in district play by pitching a no-hitter.
Phillips struck out 11 and walked one for the Buffaloes (6-0, 1-0).
Giles (2-5, 0-1) had just two baserunners, one from the walk and the other on an error.
Ashley Gallimore had three hits and Aimee Royal and Riley Underwood contributed two each for the Buffaloes.
Radford 13, Eastern Montgomery 8
RADFORD - Tori Gray doubled, tripled and scored three runs and Haley O'Brien added two doubles and two RBIs as the Bobcats outslugged the Mustangs.
Lindsay Graham went 6 1⁄ 3 innings to earn the pitching win for Radford (3-3, 1-0) while allowing nine hits and striking out five.
Jesse Bishop contributed three hits and two RBIs for Radford.
Chloe Phoenix belted a three-run home run to lead EastMont (2-4, 0-1) and Skylar Shaver added two hits.
Glenvar 5, Auburn 0
RINER - Cara Neikirk scattered three hits and struck out 10 as the Highlanders prevailed on the Eagles diamond to open district play and handAuburn (5-1, 0-1) its first loss.
Haley Green went 2 for 4 with three RBIs and Logan Bixby added two hits for Glenvar (7-1, 1-0).
Roanoke Valley Christian 20, Parkway Christian 2
Winning pitcher Brittani Galop struck out 10, walked three, and allowed three hits to lead Roanoke Valley Christian in a game called after five innings due to the 10-run rule.
Galop also had two hits and three RBIs for RVC (2-1). Bonnie Powers added two hits and two RBIs.
Megan Brink and Katie Keep each had an RBI single for host Parkway (0-2).
WESTERN VALLEY DISTRICT
Franklin County 13, George Washington 0, 5 inn.
DANVILLE - Kameron Cundiff pitched the entire game, striking out eight, walking two and giving up two hits as Franklin County beat George Washington in a game that was called after five innings due to the 10-run rule.
Cundiff also had two hits and two RBIs for Franklin County (6-3). Mackenzie Chitwood had drove in four runs on three hits, including a double and a homerun. Sierra Naff had two hits and Brittany Massey had a home run and two RBIs.
Sara Montgomery had a hit and a walk for George Washington (1-5). Pitcher Amber Collins also picked up a hit.
Pulaski County 16, Galax 5
GALAX - Sara Wright had three hits, including a home run, and Pulaski defeated Galax.
Jordan Chrisley had two hits for the Cougars (3-3-1). Callie Gregory was the winning pitcher.
Brittany Byrd had three hits for Galax (1-6). Brooklyn Key had a pair of hits, including a triple.
Staunton River 10, Waynesboro 0, 6 inn.
MONETA - Taylor Creasy pitched six scoreless innings and struck out seven as the Golden Eagles shut out the Little Giants in six innings.
Macey Arthur had two hits and three RBIs for Staunton River (3-3). Sam Sisco and Madison Meadow each drove in a run.
Cave Spring 4, Lord Botetourt 3
Abby Beatty hit a walk off home run in the seventh inning and Cave Spring defeated Lord Botetourt.
Beatty ended the game with three hits and three RBIs. Taylor Asimakopoulos had five strikeouts and allowed two earned runs for Cave Spring (6-2).
Skylar Dull had two hits for the Cavaliers (5-2).
MONDAY'S LATE GAMES
Hidden Valley 17, Patrick Henry 7
Hidden Valley scored 16 runs to rally from a 4-1 deficit and defeated host Patrick Henry.
Chad Frazier had three hits. Hayes Nelson added two hits, two RBIs, and two runs scored for Hidden Valley (6-2). Twelve Titans notched hits and Matt Scribner earned the win in relief.
Britt Dunnavant had a pair of hits and three runs scored for the Patriots (0-7).
Galax 3, Marion 2
GALAX - Alex Moreno scored the go-ahead goal in the 33rd minute for the Maroon Tide (2-4), which shut out Marion after scoring twice in the first nine minutes.
Taya Scott and Ashely Jordan also scored for Galax.
Marion got goals from Ali Moore in the fourth minute and Callie Maellinger in the ninth minute, which made the score 2-1.
From that point on, Galax keeper Ternice Bryson, who made three saves, and the Tide defense shut out the Scarlet Hurricane.
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