Bluefield Daily Telegraph, Bluefield, WV

April 10, 2013

Prep roundup: PikeView’s Compton tosses one-hitter

Staff reports
Bluefield Daily Telegraph

PRINCETON — Haleigh Compton tossed her second one-hitter of the season and went 2-for-4 at the plate to lead the PikeView Panthers to a 4-3 win over the Princeton Tigers, Wednesday evening in high school softball action.

In addition to her hitting and allowing only one hit, Compton struck out 12 Princeton batters.

Sam Meadows, Kendra Cecil and Audrey Higgins each had a pair of hits to lead PikeView. Cecil and Higgins each had an RBI.

Princeton’s lone hit was by Brittany Pedigo.

PikeView (6-7) hosts River View, Friday.



At Princeton

PikeView...........................200  101  0  — 4  12  2

Princeton.........................000  000  3  —  3  1  2

Haleigh Compton and Savannah Coalson. Brooke Hensley and Meredith Putorek.

W-Compton, L-Hensley



James Monroe 7, Liberty 0

DANIELS — Mikayla Wickline struck out 10 batters and allowed just two hits, and the Mavericks received home runs from Laine Shiflett and Rebecca Ratliff to shut out the Raiders.

Shifflett and Megan Bailey had three hits each. Shifflett also drove in three runs, while Hillary Hersman drove in two and joined Haileah Pickles by scoring twice.



James Monroe.............100  042  0  —  7   13  x

Liberty...........................000  000  0  —  0    2  x

Mikayla Wickline and ?. Pauley and ?. W—Wickline; L—Pauley. HR—Shifflett, Ratliff.



Baseball

Sullivan East 7, Richlands 5

BLOUNTVILLE, Tenn. — The Sullivan East Patriots scored two runs in the bottom of the sixth and beat the Richlands Blue Tornado, Wednesday evening in interstate action.

Richlands’ Chase Ray connected for a grand slam home run in the fourth to pull the Blues even before the Patriots got the game-winning scores.

Richlands plays next on Friday in their Southwest District opener at Carroll County.



At Sullivan East

Richlands........................100  400  0  —  5  6  1

Sullivan East...................230  002  x  —  7  7  2

Mays, Michaels (4), Guerriero (6) and Yates. McGraw, Nave (5), Shratton (6), Murray (7) and Holmes.

W-Shratton, L-Guerriero, S-Murray

HR: R-Ray. SE-White, Slick



Montcalm 18, Meadow Bridge 12

MEADOW BRIDGE — The Montcalm Generals improved to 4-3 with an 18-12 win at Meadow Bridge, Wednesday evening. The game was called after six innings due to darkness.

John Casto worked the final three innings on the mound for the Generals to earn the win and was 3-for-5 at the plate. Seth Roberts, Josh Clowers and Tyler Poe each had a pair of hits.

Montcalm plays again today at Narrows.



At Meadow Bridge

Montcalm..........................724  032  —  18  16  3

Meadow Bridge..................151  320  —  12  6  5

Brown, Casto (3) and Poe. Bragg and Farr.

W-Casto, L-BraggIndependence 9, Bluefield 7

BLUEFIELD — Independence scored seven runs over the final two innings to rally past the Beavers at Bowen Field.

Logan Lineberry, Justin Mariotti and Justin Lightfoot had doubles for the Beavers. Drew Dangelo had two doubles for the Patriots.

Bluefield (3-8) will host defending Class AA state champion Wyoming East today at 5 p.m.



Independence...............101  022  3  —  9  14  2

Bluefield.........................400  300  0  —  7  12  1

Muovich, McGinnis and ?. Maxey, Lighfoot, Lineberry and Goins. W—McGinnis; L—Lineberry.



Woodrow Wilson 10, James Monroe 7

LINDSIDE — Hunter Greco collected four hits, including two home runs, and also drove in six runs to lead the Flying Eagles past the Mavericks.

Woodrow Wilson scored five runs in the fourth to build a 7-2 lead. Brady Knapp earned the win for the Flying Eagles.

Micah Deskins and John Mustain led James Monroe’s 12-hit attack with two hits apiece. Mustain also scored three runs.



Woodrow Wilson........011  502  1  — 10  14  1

James Monroe............010  100  3  —  7  12  3

Knapp, Wilson (7) and ?. Comer, McNeer (4), Deskins (4) and ?. W—Knapp; L—Comer. HR—Greco (WW) 2.



Mount View 24, Westside 13

CLEAR FORK — Bryan Villanueva worked all seven innings on the mound, and also had three hits and drove in two runs to lead the Golden Knights to their first win over the season.

Mount View scored 21 runs over the final three innings to overcome a 7-3 deficit to the Renegaes doing into the fourth.

Tashaan Vineyard added two doubles, a single and drove in two runs for Mount View, while Caleb Webb had three hits.

Westside was paced by Drew Bragg with two doubles and two singles, while Trevor Anderson had two hits and two RBIs. Jeff Brown collected a triple, two singles and three runs batted in.

Mount View (1-6) will host Greenbrier East today, while Westside will entertain River View.



Mount View.........................210  768  — 24  17  6

Westside...........................511  222  — 13  12  5

Bryan Villanueva and Joe Bishop. Tyler Copley, Dakota Paynter (4), Drew Bragg (6), Dakota Bailey (6) and Matt Evans. W—Villanueva; L—Copley.



Softball



JV Boys Soccer

Graham 9, Tazewell 0

EAST RIVER  — Zacary Springman scored four goals and Will Olive added three to lead the Graham junior varsity soccer squad past Tazewell.

Alex Durham added two goals for the G-Men.