Bluefield Daily Telegraph
MEADOW BRIDGE —
Katelyn Booker raced home on a wild pitch in the bottom of the seventh inning to give Montcalm a 7-6 win over the Meadow Bridge Wildcats and the Class A, Region III, Section 2 championship.
Alexis Hatfield got the pitching victory and Stephanie Lytle was the loser.
In the tournament in which Montcalm defeated Meadow Bridge 16-15 in the opening game on Tuesday, and a game against Greenbrier West that went 10 innings over two days, Hatfield, Hannah Johnson and Autumn Bolden were bit hitters for the Lady Generals.
In the 10-inning affair against Greenbrier West, Montcalm had 21 hits.
The Lady Generals will host either Fayetteville or Richwood next Thursday in a regional semifinal game.
Graham 4, Galax 0
GALAX, Va. — The Graham G-Girls got two goals from Morgan Whisman and a goal each from Caroline Kelly and Kali Furry to defeat the Galax Maroon Tide in a Mountain Empire District soccer match.
Graham (9-2) plays at Richlands, next Friday
G-Girls top Galax
GALAX, Va. — The Graham G-Girls remained perfect (6-0) in Mountain Empire District play with an 8-1 win Thursday night at Galax. Overall the G-Girls are 10-1 and play next on Tuesday, hosting Narrows.
Kaitlyn Williams (Graham)def. Paige Hanks (Galax) 0-6, 7-6, 7-4, 6-1; Rebecca Day (Graham) def. Claire Englehardt (Galax) 8-4; Haley Sheets (Graham) def. Susan Davis (Galax) 8-2; Misbah Muzaffer (Graham)def. Sydney Lindsey (Galax) 8-0; MyKenzie Roach (Graham) def. Lindsey Ayers (Galax) 8-0; Nicole Gabe (Graham) def. Carleigh Pack (Galax) 8-2.
Hanks-Davis (Galax) def. Williams-Day (Graham) 5-7, 6-2, 6-4; Sheets-Gabe (Graham) def. Englehardt-Lindsey (Galax) 9-7; Muzaffer-Roach (Graham) def. Ayers-Pack (Galax) 8-1.
BLUEFIELD, Va. — The Graham G-Men JV team split a pair of games with Galax.
In the opener the G-Men lost 16-6. Ben Meade was 2-for-3 two RBIs and Jacob Cruise was 2-for-2 with a double and 2 RBIs. Dakota Jones 1-for-3 with an RBI.
Graham took the second game 2-0. Ben Street pitched five shutout innings, struck out five and allowed two hits.
Meade had a triple, Nick Hale was 2-for-3 and Blake Boone 1-for-3.