Meg Allen booted in a goal off a corner kick with just six minutes remaining, sending Herbert Hoover to a 1-0 girls soccer win over host PikeView Saturday.Goalie Bailey Aab recorded 13 saves for the Huskies (2-1-1). Pikeview's Kristen Brinkley stopped 11 shots.RIVERSIDE 3, POCA 1: Maddie McDermitt tallied a pair of goals as Riverside posted a road win over Poca. Megan Buchko netted the final goal for the Warriors (1-2) on a cross from Ashley Hancock. Paige Reames had the lone goal for the Dots (1-4).WINFIELD 5, WASHINGTON 0: Mary Lawman and Jayne Lawman each tallied two goals in a win over the host Patriots (1-2). Jordan Pauley also scored for the Generals (5-0).CATHOLIC 6, SA 0: Caroline Dundervill and Payton Mullen each netted two goals to help Charleston Catholic (4-0) beat St. Albans (1-2) at Trace Fork. Peyton Keener and Sophie Bumgarner had one goal apiece for the Fighting Irish.
Boys soccerSISSONVILLE 1, WINFIELD 0: Chase McVey scored what proved to be the game-winning goal midway through second half for the visiting Indians. The goal came off a deflection on a corner kick for Sissonville (2-0-1). Keeper Bryce Boggs made four saves for the Generals (1-1-1).PIKEVIEW 7, HOOVER 2: Seth Wood notched three goals and Isaac Blaricom tallied twice for host PikeView (2-1-1) while Brandon Calfee and Alec White had one apiece. Jeremy Hammes and Jesse Weese scored for Herbert Hoover (1-2).
Football: Friday's late gamesVALLEY 14, WIRT 8: Valley quarterback Raeshawn Breckenridge threw for 206 yards on just five completions and sparked visiting Valley's victory over Wirt County in its season opener Friday.
The decisive score occurred with 11:44 remaining in the fourth quarter. With the game tied at 8 and Valley facing third-and-9 from its own 18-yard line, Breckenridge connected with Druw Bowen on a screen pass. Wirt defensive back Wes Valentine tripped up Bowen at the Tigers' 20, but Bowen kept his footing and made his way into the end zone for the 14-8 lead.Wirt converted just one first down while punting on its next two possessions. After holding off Valley in the red zone with under two minutes left in regulation, the Tigers took possession one last time at their own 26.Consecutive completions from Tigers quarterback Damian Rhodes to receiver Jake Linville moved the ball into Valley territory at the 26. But on the next play, Valley registered its only sack of the contest by Steve Mitchell and the ball was jarred loose. Teammate John Riddle pounced on the fumble for the Greyhounds.Rhodes led all rushers with 85 yards on 16 carries while Valley's Keyshawn Payne gained a team-high 82 yards on 11 attempts.LOGAN 30, MAN 20: Ryan Miller completed 8 of 13 passes for 219 yards and two TDs to lift the visiting Wildcats to a win over county rival Man.
Josh Rein caught five of Miller's passes for 145 yards and one score and Brynden "Worm'' Street ran 12 times for 141 yards and one score. Tyler Vernatter added two TD runs for Logan.Stephen Dilly and Clayton Marcum each had nine tackles to pace the Wildcats defense.TUG VALLEY 20, SHERMAN 6: David Runyon scored on a 5-yard pass from Tyler Conley and on a 4-yard run in the fourth quarter to turn a tie game into a two-score win for host Tug Valley.
Runyon led all rushers with 67 yards on 13 carries while Conley threw for 139 yards and two touchdowns on 9 of 14 passing with no interceptions. The Panthers defense limited the Tide to just 36 yards rushing and 110 totally yards.