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Prep roundup: Hurricane blanks St. Albans

By Staff reports
Chip Ellis
Hurricane's Austin Hensley allowed one hit and struck out five working six scoreless innings against St. Albans Monday evening.

Austin Hensley and Trey Dawson combined on a one-hit shutout as host Hurricane rolled to a 9-0 win against St. Albans in a high school baseball game on Monday.

Hensley went six innings, striking out five and yielding just a Bobby Grishaber single in the fifth inning before Dawson closed it out in the seventh.

J.T. Rogoszewski took care of the offensive load for Class AAA No. 1 Hurricane (17-3), going 3 for 3 with a double and five RBIs. Hensley also added a double and drove in three runs to help his own cause.

No. 10 St. Albans fell to 14-5.

  • WINFIELD 11, SC 5: Brandon Wright went 2 for 3 with an RBI as Winfield bested visiting South Charleston.
  • Bryan Bosley added two hits, including a double for the Generals. Zach Lively contributed two hits and an RBI for the Black Eagles (11-8).

  • LOGAN 11, NITRO 1: Zach Minnick went 4 for 4 with a homer and three RBIs for the host Wildcats in the five-inning victory.
  • Benji Adkins singled in a pair of runs for Logan (13-4) and Johnny Morrison surrendered just one infield single and fanned six. Ethan Clark, the No. 9 hitter, singled for the Wildcats (13-5).

    It was the second 4 for 4 game in three days for Minnick, who did the same thing Saturday against Bridgeport.

  • GW 9, RAVENSWOOD 8: Grant Wooten drove in the winning run in the bottom of the eighth inning as George Washington finished off a late rally to win at home. Wooten had a pair of hits with a double and two RBIs while Garrett Vogelbach went 3 for 4 with a double, triple and two RBIs for the Patriots (13-9).
  • The Patriots scored two runs in the bottom of the seventh just to get the game to extra innings.

    Thomas Sturm and Nic Ballard each had a pair of hits and RBIs for Ravenswood, which had an eight-game win streak halted.

  • POCA 17, WAYNE 2: Noah Frampton and Cam Cottrill each went 4 for 4 and drove in a combined nine runs as the host Dots cruised to a five-inning mercy-rule win.
  • Frampton doubled three times and Cottrill once for Poca (14-6) and Brenden Iezzi had a pair of hits and drove in two runs.

    Nate Adkins went 2 for 3 for Wayne.

  • BUFFALO 11, HANNAN 1: Levi Jordan scattered four hits and struck out 10 as Buffalo earned a five-inning mercy-rule home win.
  • Blaik Caplinger and Bradley Harris had three hits apiece for the Bison (6-8). Brandon Arthur went 2 for 2 for Hannan.

  • RIPLEY 3, RIVERSIDE 1: Preston Baldwin had a two-run single in the bottom of the sixth to break a 1-1 tie and give the host Vikings a win. Logan McCoy threw a five-hitter for Ripley while striking out three and walking none.
  • Derik Chestnut drove in Riverside's only run.

  • HOOVER 16, BRAXTON 5: Ryan Shamblin went 2 for 4 with six RBIs and Scooter Farmer had a hit and two RBIs in Hoover's five-inning win against visiting Braxton County.
  • For the Eagles (3-14), Greg Bly went 2 for 3 with two RBIs and Chance Oney had a home run. Austin Thomas settled down after a shaky start for the Huskies (18-1) and did not allow a run after the second inning.

  • CAPITAL 7, OAK HILL 6: Capital produced four runs in the fourth inning as it edged visiting Oak Hill.
  • Jacob Williams and Austin Hupp each had two RBIs for the Cougars (10-13). Wes Stowers went 2 for 4 for Red Devils (6-13).

  • VALLEY 14, CROSS LANES 4: Raeshawn Breckenridge homered twice and drove in five runs as visiting Valley locked up a win in six innings. Cody Winter had three hits with a solo home run for the Greyhounds (15-5).
  • Chad Williams had a pair of hits with a home run and two RBIs for the Warriors.

  • SCOTT 15, SISSONVILLE 9: Alex Miller launched a three-run homer and winning pitcher Cody Brown (2 for 3) drove in a pair of runs to lead the host Skyhawks (12-10). For the Indians (7-16), Zach Null was 2 for 3 and Josh Landis belted a three-run homer.
  • GALLIA 13, POINT 1: Jimmy Clagg went 2 for 3 with a double and an RBI in addition to allowing just four hits in five innings in a win for visiting Gallia Academy (Ohio).
  • Ty Warnimount chipped in with a home run and two RBIs for the Blue Devils (15-1). For Point Pleasant, Jacob Gardener drove in the lone run.

  • WAHAMA 15, SOUTH GALLIA 2: Wesley Harrison had three hits, including two doubles and six RBIs to help lead Wahama (10-5) past visiting South Gallia (Ohio).
  • Garrett Miller added two hits and a double for the White Falcons, while Hunter Bradley chipped in a double.

    Softball

  • HURRICANE 13, POCA 0: Courtney Rogers, Emily Davis and Linzie Reynolds combined to hold visiting Poca (6-13) to just one hit in Hurricane's three-inning win.
  • Madison Casto went 3 for 3 with a triple while Courtney Rogers had two hits, including a three-run home run for the Redskins (24-4).

  • HOOVER SWEEPS TOLSIA: Makayla Craze went a combined 6 for 6 with two doubles, a triple, home run and six RBIs as host Herbert Hoover won a pair of mercy-rule contests.
  • Zoe Carte also contributed three hits, including a triple, and drove home a pair of runs for the Huskies (14-2). Kati Brewer, Cathy Hendrickson, and Kerry Robertson had the only hits for Tolsia (4-12).

  • RIVERSIDE 15, PRINCETON 0: Felicia Burton and sisters Destini and Chelsea Diegert drove in three runs apiece to power the visiting Warriors in their three-inning win.
  • Chelsea Diegert went 3 for 3 with a double, Burton rapped out two hits, including a triple, and Destini Diegert went 2 for 2. Kaylee Wolfe tossed a two-hit shutout with three punchouts for Riverside (15-12).

  • RIPLEY 8, GW 0: Chelsey Hager and Darby Peterson combined for a one-hitter as Ripley blanked visiting George Washington in a five inning mercy-rule contest.
  • Hager helped herself at the plate, smacking a double and driving home a pair of runs for the Vikings (17-6). Rachel Ward had the lone hit for the Patriots.

  • VALLEY WINS TWO: Valley produced a total of 38 runs on 24 hits as the Greyhounds took a pair of wins from host Midland Trail 24-9, 14-3.
  • Kailey Cooper hit a grand slam in the first game for Valley (13-5) and Kelsey Bird smacked one of her own in the second game. Allison Syner went a combined 3 for 4 with a triple and two RBIs for Midland Trail.

  • GILMER 7, ROANE 3:  Jamie Conrad went 3 for 4 with a double and a triple while Ayla Young added two hits in Gilmer County's win at Roane County.
  • For the Raiders (17-2), Cassidy Taylor, Miranda Hall and Kelsie Nichols all collected two hits in the loss.

     


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