The PikeView boys and girls soccer teams picked up shutout wins over Nicholas County, Tuesday night on the PVHS campus in Gardner.
The boys booted past the Grizzlies 12-0. Freshman Hunter Klein had four goals. Vaughn Campbell, Alex Testerman, Seth Wood, Quinton Brown, Brandon Calfee, Isaac Harrison, Gene Weatherly and Alec White each scored a goal.
The Panthers are now 5-1 and play next on Saturday at home against Ripley at 2 p.m.
The Lady Panthers kicked their way to an 8-0 win over the visiting Grizzlies.
Charlotte Webster had four goals while Laura Hill, Madison May, Brooke Baker and Sophie Klein each scored a goal.
The Lady Panthers are now 5-2 and play Thursday at Poca.
PikeView wins two
GARDNER — PikeView’s volleyball team took victory in a three team match Tuesday evening at the PVHS gym in its season opening matches. The Panthers defeated Wyoming East 25-7, 25-17 and Bluefield 25-14, 25-15. Wyoming East won its match with Bluefield.
Haley Compton, Alexis May and Lena Hayworth each had six kills in the matches. Savannah Colson had four kills. Holly Mack had 14 assists and six aces, while Hannah Cook had 13 assists and seven aces.
PikeView returns to action Thursday at River View.
Princeton takes pair
PRINCETON — Princeton’s volleyball team defeated Summers County 25-8, 25-9 and then knocked off Oak Hill 22-25, 25-10, 25-23, Tuesday evening at Princeton High School.
Against Summers County Haley Conner had seven assists, 11 points and three aces. McKenzie Barnett had two kills, eight points and two aces, and Rachel Garnett had eight points.
In the match against Oak Hill Barnett had seven kills, five points and three aces. Kaley Barker had six kills and Conner had 13 assists.
Princeton is now 4-1 and will play Thursday at home against Riverside.
Princeton 4, Green. East 1
PRINCETON — Princeton improved to 4-3-1 on the season with a 4-1 win over Greenbrier East, Tuesday night.
Austin Smith had three goals for the Tigers, two on penalty kicks. Trey Shrewsbury scored the Tigers’ other goal of the match. Will Hickman, Lamont Lee and Colton Six each had an assist for Princeton.
Princeton Luke Lilly had 16 saves in the contest.