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.SoftballHURRICANE 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.