Austin Santrock went 1 for 2 for the Black Eagles and Jerod Jobst was the winning pitcher. Jake Sisson had a pair of hits for Jamestown.
Sarah Pennington rapped out three hits and drove in a run for the No. 2 Panthers (9-2) while Megan Tully went 2 for 3 with a homer and two RBIs. Hannah Wilson had the two hits for Parkersburg South.
Layhew homered and knocked in three runs as the Eagles took the opener 11-1 in four innings. Brianna Ross went 2 for 2 for the Fighting Irish (4-3) in the first game then added a double, home run and four RBIs in the second game for Hedgesville (6-4).
Damia Moglelski added three hits, including a double, for the Huskies (4-1) while Allison Rager had two hits to go along with the 11 strikeouts she notched on the mound.
Josie Fisher added a pair of hits, including a double, for the Big Blacks. Kenna Markham posted a triple and a single for Winfield (6-5).
Hoover received four first-place votes and 82 points in AA to edge No. 2 Ritchie County, which had 78 points. Wayne, the defending AA state champion, was third and garnered one first-place vote, followed Robert C. Byrd and James Monroe.
Buffalo, the two-time defending state titlist, received eight of the nine first-place votes for No. 1 in Class A, followed by Moorefield and Wheeling Central, which tied for second, Sherman, which received one first-place vote, and Bishop Donahue.
John Marshall garnered all nine first-place votes in AAA and was followed by Lincoln County, Cabell Midland and Musselman and Hurricane (tied for fourth). St. Albans was sixth. (See Page 2B for complete polls.)