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Roundup: Hurricane boys, girls earn soccer shutouts

By Staff reports
Class AAA No. 1 Hurricane beat host St. Albans 7-0 in boys soccer Thursday behind two goals each from Avery Meadows and Alex White.Felipe Thompson, Trevor Cunningham and Chris Smith also added goals for the Redskins (6-0). St Albans falls to 1-5-1 with the loss.
  • SC 3, GREENBRIER EAST 0: Host South Charleston improved to 3-2, getting goals from Kwesi Wilkerson and Jonah Cosby, as well as an own-goal from the Spartans (4-2-1). SC will make up Wednesday's weather-shortened game with Huntington at 9 a.m. on Sept. 15.
  • WINFIELD 4, GW 0: Steven Taylor scored a pair of goals as host Class AAA No. 5 Winfield blanked No. 8 George Washington in a matchup of top-10 teams. Preston Sheldon and Ronnie Beale had one goal apiece for Winfield (6-1). The Generals outshot the Patriots 7-4.
  • CATHOLIC 6, OAK HILL 0: Joey Trupo tallied three goals as Charleston Catholic earned a home win. William Scriptunas, Thad Jameson and Luke Smith added one goal each for the Class AA-A No. 1 Irish (7-0).
  • HOOVER 1, NICHOLAS 1: Jeremy Hammes scored with an assist from Andrew Mercer as Herbert Hoover (2-4-1) tied Nicholas County. Jacob Lope-trone scored an unassisted goal for Nicholas. Huskies goalkeeper Brett Stickland made seven saves while Nicholas' Cordell McClung made 10.
  • SISSONVILLE 10, SCOTT 1: Anthony Rinehart recorded three goals and two assists as Class AA-A No. 2 Sissonville secured the road win. Josh Rawson netted a pair of goals for the Indians (6-1), while Hunter White, Wynston Agnew, Caleb Calhoun, Andy Minsker, and Dylan Asbury each had a goal. Zach Lester scored the lone goal for the Skyhawks.
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  • HURRICANE 4, HUNTINGTON 0: Brittany Minor tallied a pair of goals, while Callie McClanahan and Abby Watson each had one for the Class AAA No. 2 Redskins (7-0). Hurricane outshot the visiting Highlanders 17-1.
  • WINFIELD 6, ASHLAND 1: Emily Cole recorded four goals as Class AAA No. 3 Winfield rolled to a road win. Micharae Thompson and Mackenzie Pritt each netted single goals for the Generals (6-0). Charity Collins had the lone goal for Ashland Paul Blazer (Ky.).
  • GW 2, WOODROW 0: Charlie Lucente and Stephanie Kelly tallied one goal apiece as Class AAA No. 9 George Washington notched a road win. GW outshot Woodrow Wilson 25-4.
  • PIKEVIEW 4, POCA 2: Laura Hill scored all of PikeView's four goals as the Panthers (6-2) secured a home win. Harley Hutchins and Madi McGrew found the back of the net for the Dots (3-4). Kendall Sayer stopped five shots for Poca, while Kristen Brinkley made eight saves for PikeView (6-2).
  • RAVENSWOOD 3, HOOVER 2: Erica Cullen netted three goals as the Red Devils notched a home win over Herbert Hoover. Hannah Schoolcraft posted a pair of goals for the Huskies (4-4). Ravenswood outshot Hoover 27-15.
  • SISSONVILLE 9, POCAHONTAS 0: Lydia Murray, Karli Pinkerton and Madison Jones each scored two goals in the shutout victory for visiting Sissonville. Mary Schmeck, Taylor Rhodes and Jessica Layne added goals for the Indians (7-2), who outshot Pocahontas 16-1.
  • RIVERSIDE 2, OAK HILL 1: Hannah Leftwich found the back of the net for Riverside when she volleyed a rebound off Oak Hill goalie Brianna Ovalle for the road win. Megan Buchko also scored for the Warriors (4-2-1). Haley McDowell had the lone goal for Oak Hill. Ovalle stopped five shots for the Red Devils (2-3-2), and Lauren Sparks and Sam Powers combined for seven saves.
  • CAPITAL 6, NITRO 0: Alley Reeves netted three goals and Katie Crowder had two goals as host Class AAA No. 8 Capital upset No. 6 Nitro. The final goal credited to the Cougars was an own goal. Michelle Newhouse made two saves for Capital (7-2)
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  • SENIOR GOLF: Huntington's Steve Fox shot a 1-over-par to win the West Virginia Senior Series event at Raven Golf Club on Thursday. Fox's score of 73 beat Vienna's Scott Bibbee by a stroke, with Huntington's Mike Powers taking third with a 76.Charleston's Allen Bailes won the Gold Division and was the only player to shoot under par in any division with a 3-under 69. Mineral Wells' Jim Mason had 74 to win the Silver Division.
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  • AREA BOWLING: Galaxy Lanes' Friday Fellowship league meets and starts today at 6:20 p.m. The Saturday Youth league starts at 9:45 a.m. Saturday, and the Mixed league begins at 5:30 p.m. Saturday.
    For more information, call 304-925-1156.
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  • WVC FOOTBALL: Glenville (1-1) quarterback Darold Hughes was 13-of-20 passing for 258 yards and three touchdowns as Glenville State defeated visiting Fairmont State 41-21 in their annual "Battle for the Bit" game..For Fairmont (0-2), Matt Wilmer returned a kickoff 102 yards for a touchdown and freshman Trevor Malnick led the Falcons with six tackles. 
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