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Tuesday, April 30, 2013
LEXINGTON — Staunton River junior Taylor Tester set a VHSL single-game record Tuesday night with nine goals to power Staunton River to an 11-3 girls soccer victory over Rockbridge County.
Tester’s output broke the old mark of seven set in 2010 by Gate City’s Anna McClung, according to the VHSL Record Book.
Emily Hillman had two goals and five assists for Staunton River (8-1-1, 4-1-1).
Adama Kamara scored all three goals for Rockbridge County.
Patrick Henry 6, Halifax County 2
SOUTH BOSTON — Tricia Jessee recorded a hat trick to lead the Patriots past the Blue Comets.
Bailey Bingham, Taylor Tavenner and Jordan Blankenship each added a goal for Patrick Henry (7-6-1, 5-1), while Alisha Riggins and Samantha Boggess combined for 17 saves in goal.
Lucy Morrison and Gabby Megley each scored goals for Halifax County (1-5, 0-4) while Sabrina Amos made 25 saves in net.
Northside 8, Alleghany 0
Emma Wade scored four goals and added an assist as the Vikings earned a win at home.
Kari Furrow, Trish Flick, Melanie Mirzayan and Emily Rawlings added a goal each for Northside (6-4-2, 5-1). Rawlings added four assists, and Megan Alexander had one assist for the Vikings, who led 6-0 at the half.
Kelsey Altizer made three saves for Northside, and Mikayla Morgan stopped 19 for Alleghany (2-8, 0-6).
Lord Botetourt 6, William Byrd 1
Kate Spradlin had two of Lord Botetourt’s four second-half goals and one of Hannah Stuart’s two goals also came after halftime as the Cavaliers pulled away.
Haley Assenat and Peyton Plunkett also scored for Lord Botetourt (8-3-1, 5-0-1). For Byrd (6-5, 2-4), Katie Abelseth scored on a first-half penalty kick.
Cave Spring 2, Hidden Valley 0
Kayla Huff scored twice, and Haley Mitchell had seven saves in goal as the Knights shut out the Titans.
Lauren Joiner assisted on the first goal and Abby Frazier on the second.
Salem 8, Pulaski County 0
Brittany Shampine and Anna Hakkenburg each scored twice and added an assist in the Spartans’ home win.
Hannah Winstead, Allie Garst, Stephanie Etling and Beth Plympton scored a goal each for Salem (9-1-1, 4-0-1).
Katharine Tozier stopped 16 shots for Pulaski County (9-1-1, 4-0-1).
Blacksburg 4, Christiansburg 0
BLACKSBURG — Morgan Evans scored two goals as the Bruins maintained second place in the River Ridge.
Jessi Wollmann and Jane Everett also scored for Blacksburg (9-2, 5-1).
James River 12, Parry McCluer 0
BUCHANAN — Kendall Moyer netted four goals to help the Knights to a district win.
Dana Fair and Valentina Donnini scored twice each for James River (8-3, 2-0). Amanda Bell, Emily Amos, Heidi Ward and Hyla Meredith scored one goal each for the Knights.
SWVa Home School 4, Dayspring Christian 3
BLACKSBURG — Jacquelyn Chick scored the game-winning goal with six minutes to play to help the Conquerors clinch their second consecutive VACA South title.
Chick and Lilly Smith notched two goals each for SWVa Home School (9-2, 5-1).
Dayspring Christian had two penalty kicks in the last two minutes of the game, but the first one hit the goal frame, and Sarah Snyder stopped the second one with 30 seconds to play.
JoHannah Buehrer scored twice and Sara Albano had one goal for Dayspring.
North Cross 5, Virginia Episcopal 0
Lissa Smith and Lynsey Barker each scored a goal and had an assist in the Raiders’ home win.
Mary Kate Graeff, Margaret Lawrence and India Helmer added one goal each for North Cross (13-0-2), which led 2-0 at the half.
North Cross’s Gussie Revercomb made seven saves and Madeline Showalter stopped 10 shots for VES (2-7-0).
Roanoke Valley Christian 7, Faith Christian 0
A.J. Clay had a hat trick and Beth Snyder added a goal and three assists as the Eagles completed a shutout.
Mackenzie Prillaman and Allison Cooper each also scored goals.
George Washington 3, William Fleming
Jose Barraza scored twice and Jack Crumpton added one goal as the visiting Eagles stopped the Colonels.
Miguel Parra scored for Fleming, which got seven saves from keeper Moore Doleu. John Robinson had six saves for GW.
Blacksburg 3, Christiansburg 0
CHRISTIANSBURG — Bradford Mills scored two of the Bruins’ three goals in a five-minute span for a River Ridge win.
Geinda Smith opened the scoring for Blacksburg (8-0-2, 5-0-1), with Mills notching his first just one minute later.
Joe Pauli made 12 saves for Christiansburg (2-7-2, 0-5-1), including stopping a penalty kick in the second half.
Salem 5, Pulaski County 3
Jack Maxey netted both his goals in the second half as the Spartans scored four times after intermission to come from behind for the victory.
Troy Hamner scored a goal in each half for Salem (6-4-1, 3-2). Cody Reed had the other goal for the Spartans.
Austin Talbert scored all three goals for the Cougars (2-8-1, 0-4-1), who led 2-1 at halftime.
Cave Spring 2, Hidden Valley 1
Will Bradley headed the winning goal in after a corner kick from Kyle Gunville with a minute left as the Knights rallied for the victory.
Hidden Valley (6-3-2, 3-1-1) took a 1-0 lead in the 10th minute after an assist by Brian Irvine. The Knights (7-4, 3-2) tied it on a Paxton Daniels goal with 10 minutes to go.
Lord Botetourt 3, William Byrd 0
DALEVILLE — Patrick Harris scored the first two goals on assists from Kolbe Adams as the Cavaliers maintained first place in the Blue Ridge.
Adams added a third assist for Botetourt (9-3, 6-0), setting up a goal by Anthony LePore.
Rockbridge County 4, Staunton River 1
MONETA — Miles Bent scored twice, and Ely Spencer and Luis Ramirez each added goals as the Wildcats defeated the Golden Eagles.
Clay Penny made four saves in net for Rockbridge (8-4, 4-2).
Alex Cowan scored the lone goal for Staunton River (2-7, 0-6), while Michael Stump made seven saves.
Alleghany 4, Northside 0
LOW MOOR — Patrick Burns recorded a hat trick and Tanner Seay bounced a free kick off several bodies and into the goal as the Mountaineers blanked the Vikings.
Noah Green made three saves in goal for Alleghany (9-2-1, 5-1).
Zack Large made six saves in net for Northside (3-8-1, 1-5).
E.C. Glass 1, Jefferson Forest 0
FOREST — Michael Kenney scored off of a feed from Sam Bradford in the sixth minute as the Hilltoppers defeated the Cavaliers.
Carter Nelligan made five saves in net for E.C. Glass (8-1-1, 8-0), whose victory marked the first time in 20 years a school other than Jefferson Forest (7-2-3, 5-2-1) has won the Seminole District regular season title.
Thomas Cavanaugh made three saves in goal for Jefferson Forest.
Magna Vista 5, Patrick County 2
MARTINSVILLE — Brent Hankins and Josh Warren each had two goals and two assists as the Warriors won a Piedmont game moved to Smith River Complex because of wet grounds.
Bryce Hankins had the other goal for Magna Vista (6-3-2, 3-1-1).
Austin Mabe and Caleb Beasley scored for Patrick County.
James River 3, Parry McCluer 0
BUCHANAN — Chase Haynes scored twice and assisted on Dylan Flint’s goal to lead the Knights to a win.
Flint added an assist and Cameron Bell made 17 saves in the win for James River (3-7, 3-0).
Jonathan Coleman made 11 saves for Parry McCluer.
Auburn 6, Fort Chiswell 3
RINER — John Knowlton’s five goals led the Eagles to a win over the Pioneers.
Tripp Adams added a goal for Auburn (7-4-1) and Jess Munday made five saves.
Zane Gregory scored three goals for Fort Chiswell (3-6-1).
Radford 6, Marion 0
RADFORD — Caleb Findley scored three goals and Juan Perez had a goal and three assists as the undefeated Bobcats blasted the Scarlet Hurricane.
Jake Grant and Cody Caldwell also scored for Radford (9-0).
Blacksburg 16, Christiansburg 8
CHRISTIANSBURG — Morgan McCoy’s leadoff double in the top of the seventh and Thomas Hughes’ subsequent RBI-single sparked an eight-run seventh inning as the Bruins pulled away for the road victory.
McCoy went 3-for-5, and Tyler Barry homered and doubled with two RBIs for Blacksburg (10-6, 3-3). Hughes pitched three innings of relief for the win. He also doubled, walked twice and went 2-for-3.
Justin Bowler hit a home run for Christiansburg (10-4, 3-3).
Hidden Valley 15, Cave Spring 5
Pinch-hitter Troy Paplomatas smashed a two-run homer and Hunter Boone added a two-run pinch-hit double as the Titans scored eight fifth-inning runs to end the game.
The Titans (12-3, 5-0) had seven extra-base hits including two doubles from winning pitcher Ryan Lauria, who also had a pair of RBIs. Lauria yielded six hits to go with seven strikeouts and one walk.
Griffin Stanley hit a two-run home run and had two of the six hits for the Knights (5-10, 2-3).
Salem 8, Pulaski County 0
DUBLIN — Zach Mineroldi went the distance on the mound scattering five hits while striking out six for the shutout.
Also for Salem (6-8, 3-2), Austin Coulling went 3-for-4 with three RBIs.
Braden Morris went 2-for-3 for the Cougars (5-7, 0-5).
William Byrd 4, Lord Botetourt 1
Rustin Horne drove in a pair of runs to lead the Terriers to a home win over the Cavaliers.
Sam Harron pitched a complete game for William Byrd (11-4, 5-1), scattering six hits and striking out two.
Zack Kelly gave up six hits over six innings for Lord Botetourt (11-3, 4-2) and Matt Burd drove in the Cavaliers’ run.
Alleghany 5, Northside 3
Nick Ferrell drove in two runs with his second double of the game as the visiting Mountaineers built a 5-1 lead in the top of the seventh inning.
Kendall Kessinger gave up two earned runs in six innings for Alleghany (13-2, 5-1). Mark Hendricks notched the save.
Daniel Brammer had two sacrfice flies, and Matt Culicerto had a double for Northside (8-8, 1-5). Tray Bayse allowed just one earned run in 5 2⁄3 innings.
Staunton River 6, Rockbridge County 5
LEXINGTON — Travis Crouch came in with no outs and the bases loaded and allowed two inherited runs to score but escaped without further damage for the save.
Crouch also hit a two-run home run in the top of the seventh for the Golden Eagles. Cody Shell had a non-hitter going for Staunton River into the seventh before giving up five runs without recording an out.
Colter Bennett broke up the no-hitter with a single. Ryan Coale, the Wildcats’ leading hitter, was at the plate with runners at first and second but flied out to end it.
Glenvar 4, Giles 3
Alston Lucas drove in Chace Wilson with a single in the seventh inning to give the Highlanders a home win.
Kevin Steele had pitched six innings for Glenvar (6-7, 4-2) and the Highlanders led 3-1 before Giles (4-9-1, 1-4) scored two runs on a throwing error in the top of the seventh.
Zach Duncan hit a two-run double in the fifth inning for Glenvar, and Wilson had two hits.
Lucas Stevers had two hits for Giles. Dillon Graham gave up just six hits for Giles.
Radford 7, Auburn 3
RINER — Joey Sutphin scored twice, drove in two runs and stole three bases to help the Bobcats to a win.
Luke Phillips picked up the win for Radford (8-6, 4-3) in relief, pitching 4 2⁄3 innings and giving up three hits and two walks.
Levi Bower had two hits, scored and drove in a run for Auburn (9-5, 3-4).
Floyd County 10, Eastern Montgomery 0
FLOYD — Travis Cox struck out seven and threw a five-inning two-hitter, and Dustin Faulkner and Vinny Kuchenbuch combined for five RBIs as the Buffaloes rolled in five innings.
Floyd County (10-6, 7-0) won its seventh-straight. EastMont (2-11, 0-6) has lost 11 of 12.
Covington 7, Craig County 1
NEW CASTLE — Terry Forbes had an RBI-sacrifice fly, Luke Crawford drove in a run on a fielder’s choice, then Derek Dressler blasted a grand slam as the Cougars scored six runs in the 10th inning for a Pioneer win.
Tanner Paxton got the win in relief for Covington (6-8, 3-2), pitching two scoreless innings with three strikeouts.
The Cougars’ rally spoile d a magnificent pitching effort by Trevor Edwards of Craig County (1-12, 0-2), who struck out 18 men and allowed just one run and four hits in nine innings. Edwards also had a game-tying double in the bottom of the fifth inning.
North Cross 14, Massanutten Military 0
Keith Oddo had two hits including his first career home run as the Raiders won at home in five innings.
Justin Jensen had two hits with a triple and scored twice for North Cross (6-8).
Matt Doughty had a two-run single in a six-run second inning. Doughty also pitched two innings and combined with three relievers on a one-hitter.
Chilhowie 10, Marion 7
MARION — Forrest Haga homered and earned the victory in relief as the Warriors erased an early deficit for the win.
Haga came in to start the seventh inning and surrendered three runs and had the bases loaded with one out. He then struck out the last two to end it.
Marion led 4-0 after the first before Haga’s three-run blast tied it in the fifth 4-4. Chilhowie (13-1)won its 12th-straight.
Sam Wagner went 3-for-4 with three RBIs for Marion (6-5).
William Fleming 12, George Washington 2
Shanta Morgan pitched a complete game, allowing only two hits and striking out six as the Colonels defeated the Eagles.
Salem 6, Pulaski County 5
Brittney Knott’s one-out run-scoring single was the game-winner in the eighth inning for the Spartans.
Knott doubled twice and had four hits for Salem (7-8, 5-0). Kelsey Johnson hit a two run triple, and Haley Thomas added two RBIs. Samantha Smith struck out 13 while scattering nine hits.
Sara Wright belted a two-run home run with one out in the top of the seventh to tie the score for Pulaski County (4-8, 1-4). Wright also doubled, and teammate Carli Brewer went 3-for-4 with two RBIs.
Blacksburg 16, Christiansburg 6 (5 inn.)
BLACKSBURG — Addie Graves and Alanah Fladd drove in two runs each to help the Bruins by the Blue Demons in five innings.
Hailey Porth had four hits and drove in a run for Blacksburg (8-5, 4-2) and Maggie Hancock pitched 2 2⁄3 innings in relief for the win.
Christina Poole and Tiffany Doughty drove in three runs each for Christiansburg (4-10, 1-4).
Cave Spring 6, Hidden Valley 1
Kylie Kent’s two-run first-inning home run jump-started the Knights’ victory.
Pami White went 2-for-3 with an RBI, Taylor Asimakopoulos pitched seven innings with one run, three hits and six strikeouts for Cave Spring (11-4, 4-1).
Maleigh Lombard, Sydney Agee, and Kaleigh Yancey had the hits for Hidden Valley (3-10, 1-4).
Northside 9, Alleghany 7
LOW MOOR — Ruthie Williams hit a go-ahead two-run home run after Taylor Carter tied the game with a two-run single in the sixth inning as the Vikings stayed unbeaten in the Blue Ridge.
Caitlyn Porterfield had three hits, including a two-run home run, while Taylor Grubb also had three hits for Northside (15-1, 6-0).
Catie Carpenter and Savannah Beard each had three hits for Alleghany (10-4, 2-4). Samantha Fridley had two hits, and Heather Mayes hit a solo HR.
Lord Botetourt 4, William Byrd 3
DALEVILLE — Kendra Wood pitched a six-hitter and struck out eight, then she drove in the game-winning run in the bottom of the eighth as the Cavaliers edged the Terriers.
Aubre Jessee and Carly DiVirgilio each had two hits for Lord Botetourt (12-3, 5-1).
Kasie Brammer had two hits and an RBI while Spencer Biggs had a double and two RBIs for William Byrd (5-10, 1-5).
Patrick County 4, Magna Vista 0
STUART — Logan Martin went 2-for-3 with an RBI, and Ebony Reynolds had a two-RBI double as the Cougars shut out the Warriors for their sixth win in a row.
Natalie Mitchell struck out seven and scattered six hits for the complete game victory for Patrick County (9-6, 4-1). Jasmine Agee gave up five hits and two walks while taking the loss for the Warriors.
Carroll County 3, Richlands 0
HILLSVILLE — Gracie Davidson pitched a five-strikeout, two-walk four-hitter and Eustacia Smith belted a solo home run as the Cavaliers blanked the Blue Tornado.
Carroll County (9-5, 2-2) arrested a two-game skid.
Glenvar 2, Giles 1
PEARISBURG — Cara Neikirk struck out 10 and allowed just two hits to help the Highlanders to a win.
Neikirk had a perfect game until Michella Ratcliffe drew a walk for Giles (2-8, 0-5) in the sixth inning.
Logan Bixby drove in Katelyn Henson, and then Haley Greene tripled and scored on a passed ball for Glenvar (11-3, 4-2) in the sixth inning.
Alex Hawks scored the run for Giles, and Jennifer Bradley struck out six and scattered six hits over seven innings.
Floyd County 14, Eastern Montgomery 3
ELLISTON — Karlee Pendleton went 4-for-4, drove in four runs and scored three times, and Christene Phillips pitched four innings of one-hit relief for the victory in the five-inning game.
For Floyd County (12-1, 5-0) Ashley Gallimore went 3-for-4 and started on the mound. Tayler Lewis had two RBIs for EastMont (6-10, 0-6), which tied the score 3-3 after an inning.
Auburn 8, Radford 1
RADFORD — Makayla Burlingame pitched four scoreless innings allowing three hits, struck out three and cracked a solo home run as the Eagles easily snuffed out the Bobcats.
Haley Sale had four hits and two RBIs while Taylor Helms added three hits and an RBI for Auburn (12-2, 4-1).
Jesse Bishop and Haley O’Brien each had a hit for Radford (6-6, 3-2).
James River 10, Parry McCluer 0
BUCHANAN — Casie Hill had two of the Knights’ eight hits in a six-run first inning as they won a five-inning showdown for first place in the Pioneer.
Hill singled and scored to open the inning and had an RBI-single on her second time up for James River (8-4, 4-0). Hill finished 4-for-4.
Kayla Hannah, Jessica Simmons, Alexis Breeding and Payton Hatcher had two hits apiece. Simmons gave up five hits as the winning pitcher.
Craig County sweeps Covington
NEW CASTLE — Ashley Dudding earned a pair of wins for the Rockets, 4-3 and 4-0, over the Cougars on Tuesday.
Dudding tripled to score Melia Hutton in the bottom of the fifth and give Craig County the walk-off win in the first game. Dudding and Jordan Frango finished with two hits each, while Autumn Phillips had a pair of hits and drove in a run for Covington.
Dudding pitched a complete game and struck out three.
Dudding pitched a complete-game two-hitter in the second game, while adding two hits and an RBI. Leah McMahan and Elizabeth Surface drove in a run each for Craig County (10-6, 2-2).
Autumn Phillips tripled for Covington (1-15, 0-5).
Fort Chiswell 9, Narrows 1
MAX MEADOWS — Taylor Mooney tallied two RBIs and four hits to lead the Pioneers to a win.
Amber Chrisley struck out 11 and gave up five walks in the win.
Tiffany Perdue struck out five in the loss.
Perdue drove in a run and Kalyn Neal registered three hits for the Green Wave.
Parkway Christian 15, Dayspring Christian 7
Taylor Maddox’s five RBIs and three doubles led the Eagles to a home win.
Megan Brink added three RBIs for Parkway (2-7, 0-5), and scattered seven hits over seven innings for the win.
Kailey Weaver had a double and drove in a run for Dayspring Christian.
Rockbridge County 6, Staunton River 3
MONETA — Hannah McDaniel hit a solo home run and tallied three hits in the Wildcats’ win over the Golden Eagles.
McDaniel scored twice, and Rebecca Riley added two RBIs for Rockbridge (11-4, 3-3).
Taylor Carter led Staunton River (5-9, 1-6) with two hits and an RBI.
Anna Hartman scattered seven hits over seven innings in the win.
Grayson County 9, Chilhowie 1
INDEPENDENCE — Karly Morris and Chelsie Callahan drove in two runs each to lead the Blue Devils to a nondistrict win over the Warriors.
Callahan tallied three hits and also pitched seven innings for the win, striking out four and allowing only two hits.
Jensen Sturgill hit a solo home run for Chilhowie in the second inning.
Cave Spring 12, Hidden Valley 8
Matt Reiter and Colby Loftus netted four goals each to lead the Knights to a home win over the Titans.
Alex Line netted three goals and Chris Weston added one goal for Cave Spring (6-2).
Josh Butterworth led Hidden Valley (0-8) with four goals and Chris Murden added two goals.
Bren Huggins made 19 saves for Cave Spring. Alex Garner stopped 10 shots for Hidden Valley.
E.C. Glass 25, South County Club 12
Cynthia Beasley netted 10 goals to lead the Hilltoppers to a win over the host South County Lacrosse Club team.
Samantha Krackow led South County with three goals, while Sarah Lowen, Anna East, Catherine Cullum and Anna Barrera added two each.
Lauren Chapman made 11 saves for South County.
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