After traveling to Point Pleasant Friday, the PikeView soccer teams journeyed on to Ravenswood.
The trip was successful with the girls coming away with a 3-2 victory and the boys’ won 5-1 on Saturday.
The difference for the Lady Panthers over Red Devils was Samantha Wood received help while Kassie Johnson did not.
Wood scored two of PikeView’s goal with Hope Nester chipping in for the other. Johnson, meanwhile, scored both of Ravenswood’s goals.
Maggie Dillon and Lara Hill each had an assist for PikeView. Kristen Brinkley finished with five saves.
In the boys’ game, three Panthers found the back of the net. Will Webster and Tyler Cook each netted two goals while Nick Coker had one goal.
Cook and Webster each had an assist. Zack VanBlaricom had four saves in goal.
Both PikeView team remain unbeaten at 2-0. The Panthers next travel to Greenbrier East on Tuesday. Girls start time is 5 p.m. with the boys following at 7 p.m.
WVU concludes trip to Italy
SANTARCANGELO, Italy — Senior Kevin Jones scored 27 points and junior Deniz Kilicli posted a double-double to lead West Virginia to a 74-64 victory over professional basketball team Basket Santarcangelo on Saturday in the final game of WVU’s trip to Italy.
Jones was 12-of-19 from the field, including 2-of-4 from 3-point range, and pulled down nine rebounds for the Mountaineers. Kilicli had 12 points and 10 rebounds, while senior guard Darryl Bryant scored 14 points, shooting 10-of-12 from the free throw line.
Pat Forsythe had eight points and grabbed five rebounds. Tommie McCune, Aaron Brown and Kevin Noreen each pulled down six rebounds. WVU won the rebounding battle, 49-34.
The team was to fly home this morning.
“I think the trip has been great,” added Huggins. “We played five games and had four practices here. I think we got a lot of work done.”