Bluefield Daily Telegraph, Bluefield, WV

September 24, 2013

PikeView gains five-set win over James Monroe

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Bluefield Daily Telegraph

LINDSIDE — The PikeView Panthers claimed a five-set volleyball win over the James Monroe Mavericks, Wednesday at JMHS, 18-25, 25-16, 25-29, 22-25, 15-13.

Haleigh Compton had 15 kills, seven assists and a block, Alexis May seven kills, four assiss and seven blocks, Lindsey Hatfield seven kills and three assists, Savannah Coalson three kills, six aces and an assist and Hannah Cook had 29 assists with three kills and three aces.

PikeView moved to 8-4 and plays at Bluefield on Thursday.

Tigers fall in Showcase

CHARLESTON — The Princeton Tigers volleyball team dropped a pair of games at the Civic Center Showcase, Wednesday.

In the first match against Robert C. Byrd the Tigers fell 25-16, 25-19.

Taylor Hamm had 13 digs, eight points and an ace. Adrianna Mitchem had seven digs and 13 asists and Kaleigh Barker had nine kills.

The Tigers fell to Williamstown in the second match 25-16, 26-24.

Mitchem had 18 assists, McKenzie Barnett tallied four kills, seven digs, seven points and an ace, while Erica Davis had eight kills.

Princeton is now 9-6 and plays at Greater Beckley Christian on Thursday.

Ballard spikes Victory

BALLARD — The Ballard Christian Eagles defeated Victory Christian in voleyball action Wednesday, 28-26, 25-22, 25-20.

Ivy Hughes led the Eagles with an ace and 10 kills, Chelsey Prunesti had two aces and eight kills and Gracyn Langford had an ace and two kills.

Ballard returns to the court Thursday, hosting Mount View Christian.

Narrows tops Graham

NARROWS, Va. — The Narrows Green Wave ran past the Graham G-Girls 25-13, 25-19, 25-13 in volleyball play.

Courtney Smith had 22 assists for the Wave while Lindsey Kast had eight kills and Tiffany Kast seven kills and two blocks.

Narrows improved to 6-4 and plays Thursday at Fort Chiswell.

Girls Soccer

PikeView 3, Midland Trail 0

GARDNER — Lexie O’Dell scored two goals and Shyann Carr one to lead PikeView to a shutout over Midland Trail.

Carr, Kari Shrewsbury and Callie Lamp each had an assist while Kristen Brinkley had five saves in goal for the Panthers.

PikeView, 8-3, plays at Charleston Catholic on Thursday.

Princeton 3, Riverside 3

QUINCY — Princeton and Riverside played to a draw, Wednesday in Mountain State Athletic Conference girls soccer action.

Danielle Hall had two goals and Amanda Barrett one for the Tigers who are now 6-5-2 and host Sissonville on Thursday.

Boys soccer

PikeView 12, Midland Trail 2

GARDNER — Alec White, Gene Weatherly and Hunter Klein each scored a pair of goals, while Blake Hopkins, Isaac Harrison, Brandon Calfee, Alex Testerman, Beau Smith and Kevin Harrison scored single goals to lead the PikeView Panthers over Midland Trail.

In the assist category White had three while Weatherly, Hopkins, Isaac Harrison, Seth Wood and Jacob Reedy each had one.

PikeView improved to 7-3-1 with the win and plays Saturday at Nicholas County.