MIDLAND 5, RIPLEY 1: Cabell Midland scored three runs on five Ripley errors as the second-seeded Knights beat third-seeded Ripley in the Mountain State Athletic Conference tournament semifinals at Hurricane High School.
Midland (23-4) will play in the championship game at about 7:30 tonight against Hurricane.
Midland got two hits from Makayla Waugh and doubles from Savannah Eplin and Morgan Kelley. For Ripley, Dusti Fisher had a double.
Ripley will play in the consolation game at 5:30 tonight against South Charleston.
VALLEY 10, M. BRIDGE 0: Kailey Cooper fired a one-hitter and had two doubles in Valley's win at Meadow Bridge. Also for the Greyhounds (14-5), Taylor Carver went 3 for 3 with three doubles and three RBIs while Jenna Allen went 2 for 3.
BUFFALO 3, SHERMAN 0: Ali Burdette had two hits, an RBI and allowed just two hits in seven innings in Buffalo's win at Sherman. Chelsey Parkins added a double and an RBI in the win for the Bison (20-4).
CATHOLIC SWEEPS CLC: Charleston Catholic scored a total of 29 runs in a pair of three-inning mercy-rule wins as the Fighting Irish swept host Cross Lanes Christian 13-0 and 16-0.
Ally Persily went a combined 4 for 7 with six RBIs for Catholic (14-9) while Brianna Ross contributed six hits and drove home two runs. Talia Corbett threw a no-hitter in game one while striking out eight and Persily gave up only three hits and no runs in game two.
RIVERSIDE SWEEPS: Sara Winter earned victories in both games and late clutch hits from two players carried host Riverside to a 3-2, 3-2 doubleheader sweep of Nitro.
In the opener, Felicia Burton's RBI hit scored Kassady Schmitt with the tie-breaking run in the fifth. In the nightcap, Destini Diegert's single drove in the winning run in the bottom of the eighth for the Warriors (17-12). Amber Hughes and Melissa Belcher each had a two-hit game for the Wildcats.
ROANE SWEEPS: Casey Lassiter fired a six-hitter and a two-hitter and fanned a total of 19 to lead host Roane County to an 11-1, 3-1 doubleheader sweep of Wirt County (10-15).
In the opener, Kasey Blosser, Cassidy Taylor and Micky Rhodes each had two hits for the Raiders (19-2). In the second game, Taylor went 4 for 4 with a double and Miranda Hall and Beth Hylbert donated two hits apiece.