PRINCETON — The Princeton Senior High boys soccer team ran its record to 3-1 Tuesday with a 5-1 victory over Ripley. Austin Barrett and Mashi Johnson netted two goals for the Tigers. Jeremy Chambers nailed the other Princeton goal.

Johnson added two assists. Chambers and Daniel Haye each chipped in one assist.

Princeton had 17 shots on goal to Ripley’s four against goalkeeper Lukas Nieto.

Princeton is now 3-1 and plays George Wahington High School on Thursday evening on the road.



PikeView 2, Wyoming East 0

GARDNER — Mariah Farley and Rachel Weatherly scored a goal apiece to lead the Panthers to a win over Wyoming East.

Kiersten White contributed an assist for PikeView (2-0-1), while Skieler Hamb had three saves to record her second straight shutout.

PikeView will travel to James Monroe on Thursday at 5 p.m.



Nitro 2, Princeton 1

PRINCETON — Kayla Bilak squeezed in Nitro’s lone shot on goal in the second half to lead the Wildcats past the Tigers.

Tesla Akers scored for Princeton less than three minutes into the game. Eva Worstell tied the score at 1-1 at the break.

Princeton out-shot Nitro (4-0) 7-1 in the second half. Princeton coach Dale Lee was especially pleased with the defensive effort from Janie Prudich, Lauren Broyles and Melanie Tweedley.

“You hate to single out anybody because every girl that played just really stepped up and play tremendously,” Lee said.

“We controlled the ball in the second half...We’re very pleased with the progress the girls have made.”

Princeton (2-2) will host George Washington Thursday.



Pocahontas Co. 3, PikeView 0

GARDNER — Trevor Capling-er scored twice to lead Poca-hontas County to a win over the Panthers. Jesse Bolyard added a goal for the Warriors.

PikeView (0-2) will play at James Monroe on Thursday at 6:30 p.m.

Tiger golfers win

PRINCETON — The Princeton Senior High School golf team ran away from two other teams Tuesday in a nine-hole match at Pipestem Resort State Park, with a team score 16 strokes better than Woodrow Wilson and 18 ahead of James Monroe.

Jeff McGraw of Princeton had four birdies in a row en route to medalist honors, shooting a 34. “He was on fire today,” said Princeton coach Pat Haye. The Tigers’ Chandler Beavers was next at 39. The Princeton team total was 166.

Princeton (33-14) plays Thursday at The Greenbrier in a match hosted by Greenbrier East.



At Pipestem Resort State Park

Princeton (166) — Jeff McGraw 34, Chandler Beavers 39, Sean Adkins 46, Josh Sneed 47

Woodrow Wilson (182) — Nick Mays 42, Eric Hensdell 46, Isaac Mills 46, Heather McMillen 48

James Monroe (184) — Justin Harvey 43, Adam Hazelwood 44, Tim Mincey 46, Tyler Booth 51





Bluefield 9, Shady Spring 1

EAST RIVER — The Bluefield Beavers got three goals from Sean Cornelius, and four others from BHS got into the scoring column in a 9-1 win over Shady Spring on Tuesday night at East River Soccer Complex.

Freshman C Wallace scored a goal and added two assists; Josh Bryant and Craig Cardwell also had two goals, and Cardwell notched another assist. Cory Warner scored a goal, while Charlie Merritt had two assists and Justin Mason had one assist.

Warren Furrow was in goal for the Beavers.

Now 1-1, Bluefield faces Mountain State Academy on Thursday at 5 p.m. at East River.



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