Catholic's Caroline Dundervill (center) battles for possession Monday with Capital's Rebecca DiMarco (right).
Roger Burdette scored a pair of late second-half goals as Class AA-A No. 1 Charleston Catholic blanked Class AAA No. 11 South Charleston 2-0 in a boys soccer match at Trace Fork in South Charleston.The Black Eagles (4-3-1) did outshoot the Fighting Irish (6-0-2) in the game 8-5.CATHOLIC 6, CAPITAL 1: Caroline Dundervill and Sophie Bumgarner each netted a pair of goals as Class AA-A No. 1 Charleston Catholic rolled to a girls win over Capital at Trace Fork.
Jada Bohn and Peyton Mullen also tallied a goal for the Fighting Irish (11-0). Elena Pampanio had the lone goal for the Cougars (4-6-1).
SENIOR GOLF: The 52nd West Virginia Senior Amateur began Monday at Glade Springs Resort, where 18-hole stroke play qualifying decided seeding for the match play portion of the championship.Davin's Jim Grimmett was the stroke play medalist, shooting 2-under-par 70. John Kingora of Morgantown was the only other player to shoot an under-par score. The round of 16 for the championship flight and quarterfinals for both the Silver and Senior flights begin today at 8 a.m.nn
WVU SPORTS: West Virginia volleyball freshman outside hitter Jordan Anderson has been named the WVU Varsity Sport Report athlete of the week.Anderson continued her stellar play this season, leading the Mountaineers to a 3-0 record this weekend and to the Eagle Challenge championship.The No. 29 West Virginia cross country team was ranked No. 5 in the Mid-Atlantic Region in the USTFCCA NCAA Division I regional rankings Monday. The Mountaineers were listed fifth in the preseason region ratings.Despite out-shooting No. 12 St. John's, the West Virginia men's soccer team was never able to overcome an early deficit, falling 1-0 on Sunday at Belson Stadium in Jamaica, N.Y. Sean Sepe netted the lone goal for the Red Storm. The Mountaineers (3-2-1) held the possession throughout the second half and finished with a 12-11 edge in shots.nn
HERD HOOPS: Kevin McNair, a 6-foot-1, 175-pound guard from George Washington High, is joining the Marshall basketball program as a walk-on.McNair's hometown is listed as Atlanta. He is the Thundering Herd's second walk-on, joining redshirt freshman Austin Loop.
CORRECTION: The radio frequency of WMXE, 100.9-FM, was incorrectly listed in the Saturday Gazette-Mail. That station is the Kanawha Valley home of West Virginia University football.