Bluefield Daily Telegraph, Bluefield, WV

October 12, 2012

PikeView splits regular season finale with Tigers

Staff reports
Bluefield Daily Telegraph

GARDNER — The PikeView Panthers shut out the Shady Spring Tigers 1-0, Thursday evening at PikeView High School. Quinton Brown scored the game’s lone goal and Austin Cordell had three saves in goal. Shady keeper Jonathan Beckett had six saves.

The Panthers are now 10-6-2 and play Mingo Central, Tuesday at 7 p.m. in Sectional tournament action at the East River Soccer Complex.

Bluefield 3,

King’s Warriors 0

EAST RIVER — The Bluefield Beavers upped their record to 12-5-2 with a 3-0 victory over the King’s Warriors, a team comprised of area home schooled athletes.

Justin Phillips scored two goals for the Beavers while Chavess Burress had a goal and an assist.  The Beavers are 8-1-2 in their last 11 games and open the sectional tournament Monday against Independence at the East River Soccer Complex at 5 p.m.

Girls soccer

Shady 5, PikeView 0

GARDNER — The Shady Spring Tigers blanked the PikeView Lady Panthers 5-0, Thursday evening on the PVHS campus.

Lyndsey Thompson had three goals for Shady, while Jade Oar and Brianna Bevil added a goal apiece. Thompson had one assist.

Kristen Deemer had five saves in goal for PikeView and Shady’s Kristin Brinkley had two.

PikeView finished the regular season with a 13-4-2 record and will play Mingo Central in sectional tournament action, Tuesday at 5 p.m. at the East River Soccer Complex.


Tigers split 2

CHARLESTON — The Princeton Tigers dropped a two-set volleyball match at Charleston Catholic 25-14, 25-21.

Delaney Najar had four kills and 12 digs, Haley Conner contributed nine assists and Rachel Garrett had five digs, six points and three aces.

In the second match,  the Tigers defeated St. Albans in two sets, 25-20, 25-17.

Najar had 12 kills, Conner 25 assists, Taylor Hamm had nine digs and Garrett had five digs, nine points and three aces.

Grayson County 3, Narrows 1

NARROWS, Va. — Narrows dropped a Mountain Empire District match to Grayson County 23-25, 25-12, 25-19, 25-17, Thursday evening at the NHS gymnasium.

Tiffany Perdue led Narrows with 15 kills and 30 digs. Claire Reece contributed 15 assists and 20 digs. Tiffany Kast had four kills and a block, and Kelsey Moseley had four kills and six digs.

Autum Halsey had 26 digs for Grayson County, Karly Morris had 17 digs and Camryn McGrady 14 kills.

Narrows is now 11-7 overall and 6-3 in district play. Grayson County is now 18-1 overall and unbeaten in MED.

The Green Wave will host PikeView, Monday in the Fourth Annual Pink Night Breast Cancer Awareness game.

College volleyball

Concord 3,

Glenville 1

GLENVILLE — Concord recorded a 3-1 road victory at Glenville State  in a WVIAC volleyball contest.

The Mountain Lions’ Sarah Jones posted a team-best 11 kills. Amanda Walker amassed 23 assists while Nikki McMillan added 11. Lindsey Smith tallied a match-high 19 digs while Jones earned a double-double by notching 10. Jones also had six total blocks. Jasmin Sutherland totaled 10 blocks while Danielle Compton amassed 11 total blocks.

The Mountain Lions host Davis & Elkins at the Carter Center,  Oct. 15 at 7 p.m.

Middle School Football

Bluefield 50, Tazewell 34

TAZEWELL, Va. — Carlos Reed scored five touchdowns, three rushing and two receiving to lead Bluefield Middle School to a 50-34 win at Tazewell.

Reed’s runs were 72, 60 and 48 yards and his receptions from Jordan Smith covered 78 and 56 yards.

Mookie Collier had a 45-yard TD run and Elijah Green a 42-yard score for the Buccaneers.

Bluefield is now 3-3-1 and play at Princeton on Oct. 25.