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Roundup: Hoover, Chapmanville pace All-Cardinal Conference baseball team

The All-Cardinal Conference baseball list was announced Thursday, with Herbert Hoover and Chapmanville landing five players each on the first team.

Cody Bowen, Tristan Fields, Scooter Farmer, Hunter White and Shaun Dotson all earned first-team honors for the Huskies, who finished first in the conference. For second-place Chapmanville, William Copley, Brady Cox, Trey Dalton, Tristan Thompson and Chris Bailey all were named to the first team. Sissonville had four players named to the first team in Jacob Fisher, Dominic Walker, Josh Landis and J.R. Stricklen. Wayne and Poca each had three players make the first team, while Scott had two and Mingo Central and Tolsia each had one. (For complete list, see page 2B.)

Chapmanville landed six players on the second team, while Herbert Hoover, Poca and Scott each four players earn second-team honors.

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CHAOS SOCCER: The West Virginia Chaos Premier Development League team returns to action at 7 p.m. today at Schoenbaum Soccer Stadium to battle the South Carolina United Bantams.

The Chaos (4-2-1) sit atop the South Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference table with 13 points, while the Bantams (1-3-2) are parked near the bottom with five points. West Virginia leads the season series 1-0-1, earning a 4-2 home win over South Carolina last month along with a 1-1 draw a week later.

The Chaos are hoping to win the division and earn a spot in the Premiere Development League playoffs for the first time in franchise history.

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POWER POSTPONED: The West Virginia Power’s game against the Delmarva Shorebirds scheduled for Thursday was postponed due to inclement weather. The game will be made up on Saturday, with two seven-inning affairs starting at 5:05 p.m. West Virginia will open the series with the Shorebirds today at Appalachian Power Park. Power starter Cody Dickson is scheduled to take the hill against the Shorebirds’ Luis Gonzalez.


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