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Wednesday, April 24, 2013
Salem 17, Rockbridge County 4
Host Salem snapped a two-game losing streak with its second victory of the season over Rockbridge.
Junior attackman Phillip Robertson led the way for the Spartans (8-2) with five goals and one assist. Connor Sampson had a team-high seven points for Salem on two goals and five assists.
Defensemen Mason Bader and Matt Bentley also scored for Salem.
Rockbridge (0-3) goalie Grist Mason had eight saves.
Salem 9, Rockbridge County 6
Cate Pace had four goals and one assist to lead the Spartans.
Makenzie Haymaker had two goals and one assist for Salem (8-1). Savannah Stevens and Hannah Giorno each had a goal and an assist. Morgan Leeson had a goal. Emma Blair had eight saves.
Sydney Garvis had three goals and one assist for Rockbridge County (2-3). Jackie Arnold had two goals and Virginia Paulk had one. Emily Coleman had eight saves.
Jefferson Forest 8, Brookville 4
LYNCHBURG - The Bees trimmed a 5-1 deficit to 5-4, but Zach Duff belted a two-run homer in the top of the seventh and Jefferson Forest pulled away.
Christian Bourne had a two-run double in the fifth for Jefferson Forest (11-3, 6-1).
THREE RIVERS DISTRICT
Giles 3, Floyd County 0
PEARISBURG - Matt Keaton scored three for Giles County (8-2-1, 4-0) with one assist by Garrett Lee.
Floyd County (0-9, 0-4) goalkeeper Taylor Quinn had 10 saves.
WESTERN VALLEY DISTRICT
Franklin County 2, William Fleming 0
ROCKY MOUNT - David Sicher broke a scoreless tie with five minutes left in the first half and added an insurance goal 15 minutes into the second half as the Eagles defeated William Fleming (2-4, 1-2).
Sicher's goals were his 10th and 11th of the season.
Seth Jordan got credit for the shutout and three saves for Franklin County (5-2, 1-0).
Radford 3, George Wythe 0
WYTHEVILLE - Carson Hooper and Zach Turk scored goals as the Bobcats took a 2-0 halftime lead.
Hooper also had an assist and Jacob Mundy added a second-half goal for Radford (7-0).
THREE RIVERS DISTRICT
Giles 2, Floyd County 0
PEARISBURG - Holly Fontaine scored for Giles and assisted Courtney Estep's goal.
Olivia Stiff also had an assist for the Spartans (7-4, 2-1).
Goalkeeper Beth Stump ended the game with 12 saves.
Floyd County fell to 1-8-1, 0-3.
James River 2, Lord Botetourt 1
DALEVILLE - James River scored two goals in the second half to rally.
Kendall Moyer and Valentina Donnini each scored unassisted for the Knights (6-3). Lord Botetourt (6-3) led 1-0 at the half on a goal made by Hannah Stuart.
BLUE RIDGE DISTRICT
Northside 6, William Byrd 2
Morgan Bruce homered as the Vikings defeated the Terriers.
Caitlyn Porterfield had four hits for Northside (10-1, 4-0) and pitcher Ruther Williams allowed only six hits. Jordan Meador hit a triple for William Byrd (4-8, 1-3).
James River 3, Staunton River 1
BUCHANAN - Jessica Simmons pitched a complete game, allowing one unearned run, surrendering four hits and striking out seven as James River defeated Staunton River.
Pinch runner Taylor England scored the eventual winning run for the Knights (6-4, 2-0) on a bases loaded walk in the sixth inning.
Eagles starter Sam Cisco left with an injury after five innings of work in which she gave up three hits and two walks.
Lauren Mitchell had three hits, two doubles and scored the run for Staunton River (4-7, 0-4).
Glenvar 2, Salem 1
Cara Neikirk got the start on the mound for Glenvar, waited out thunder-and-lightning, and then returned to get the complete-game victory.
Courney Herron had a double and a triple for Glenvar (11-2), which scored in the first and second. Salem (5-7) got its run in the top of the third.
Rockbridge County 11, Parry McCluer 5
BUENA VISTA - The Wildcats used a six-run fourth inning to take a 7-1 lead and withstood a four-run rally by host Parry McCluer (8-3) in the sixth.
Logan Fitzgerald had two hits and three RBIs for Rockbridge (9-4). Hayden Fontunot was 3 for 5.
Patrick County 9, Carroll County 6
HILLSVILLE - Briana Steele had a two out single that tied the game at six in the seventh inning and the Cougars added three runs in the ninth to defeat Carroll County.
Steele had three hits and two runs scored for Patrick County (7-6). Logan Martin had six singles and three RBIs. Beth Williams had two hits, two RBIs and two runs scored.
Autumn Hill had four hits with a double for Carroll County (8-5). Eden Durnil had two hits with a double and Ragen Halsey had three hits.
TUESDAY'S LATE GAMES
Hidden Valley 17, Pulaski County 3
PULASKI - Ryan Lauria pitched a five-inning two-hitter and went 4 for 4 at the plate as the Titans stayed unbeaten.
Lauria struck out 10 batters. Joseph Bollinger had four hits for Hidden Valley (9-0, 3-0 River Ridge District).
Patrick Henry 4, George Washington 3, OT
DANVILLE - Sam Roller scored the winning goal on an assist from Zach Paget in the second overtime as the Patriots won.
Paget had tied the score 3-3 with about eight minutes left in regulation.
The Patriots (5-2-2, 3-0 Western Valley District) took an early 2-0 lead on scores from Terrance Andrews and an own goal by GW that was credited to John Bennett. The Eagles responded with three unanswered goals, two by Jeremiah McGeough.
Blacksburg 3, Cave Spring 1
BLACKSBURG - Jane Everett netted a pair of goals as the Bruins earned a win.
Lauren Joiner opened scoring for Cave Spring (4-4-1, 1-2 River Ridge District), but Everett scored twice to give Blacksburg (5-2, 2-1) the lead at the half.
Jessi Woolmann had the final goal for the Bruins and Laura Alberts made three saves. Hayley Mitchell made four saves for Cave Spring.
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