Bluefield Daily Telegraph, Bluefield, WV

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April 9, 2013

Prep roundup: Rose leads Bland County past Montcalm 10-5

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COOPERS — At Narrows

Rural Retreat...................000   151  —   7    8  3

Narrows...........................443   11x  —  13  12  2

W.K. Dalton, unknowns, and John Corvin. Tyler Evans, Rodney Perdue (3), Will Patteson (5), Joe Hall (6) and Kelly Dent. HR -Tyler Evans, 2nd, 1 on.

PikeView 5,

Shady Spring 2

SHADY SPRING — Kevin Cottle allowed four hits and struck out seven in a complete game effort, and Jon Clark provided two hits and two runs batted in to lead the Panthers past the Tigers.

Carter Shrewsbury had hit and two RBIs for PikeView, while Jordan Hardin had a hit and RBI.

PikeView (7-5), which is 7-1 against West Virginia schools after finishing 0-4 at the Mingo Bay Classic last week, will host James Monroe on Friday.

at Shady Spring High School

PikeView..........................100  200  2  —  5  8  0

Shady Spring..................002  000  0  —  2  4  2

Kevin Cottle and Hunter Moses. Green, Hill (4), Meadows (7) and Schade.  W—Cottle; L—Green.

Softball

James Monroe 6, Bluefield 1

LINDSIDE — Bailee Jackson and Brooke Prunesti combined to allow to just one, leading the Mavericks past the Beavers.

Jackson worked three innings, striking out five and walking two. Prunesti earned the save, pitching the final four frames, surrending one hit, an unearned run, three strikeouts and three walks.

Haileah Pickles had three of James Monroe’s six hits and scored three runs.       

Briana Edwards had the lone hit for the Beavers.

Girls Soccer

Richlands 6, Galax 0

RICHLANDS, Va. — The Lady Blues got three goals from Cassidy Richardson, two from Nadia Ashiq and one from Mackenley Davis in a shutout of the Maroon Wave on Tuesday at Ernie Hicks Stadium.

Monday Baseball

Giles 14, Graham 5

BLUEFIELD, Va. — Giles scored 10 runs in the top of the sixth inning to defeat Graham on Monday in a game halted by darkness at Graham Middle School.

McKinley Webb took the loss for Graham, while Giles was led on the mound by Tyler Perdue.

Giles had 14 hits, while Graham collected nine. Both teams finished with three errors apice.

Graham will visit Galax on Friday to open Mountain Empire District play.

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