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.