Prep roundup: Taylor’s five goals spark Winfield boys

Steven Taylor netted all five of his team’s goals Saturday afternoon as visiting Winfield downed Sissonville 5-1 in boys soccer.

C.T. Douglas had six saves in goal for the Generals. For the Indians (1-2), Caleb Calhoun scored and Ethan Granada stopped eight shots. Winfield outshot Sissonville 13-7.

Bluefield 5, Hoover 0: Antione Goffin had three goals for the visiting Beavers, while Ryan Stamper and Evan Abbey also scored. Jeremy Thompson stopped seven shots to record the shutout in goal. For Herbert Hoover (1-3), keeper Brett Strickland turned in five saves.

St. Albans 2, St. Joseph 2: Christian Yablonsky netted the equalizer with about five minutes left in the game for the Fighting Irish.

Caleb Myers’ goal in the second half put SA in front 2-1. Matthew Strickland chipped in a goal for the Red Dragons and Kyle Bryant had a score for St. Joseph.

Girls soccer

Winfield 3, Washington 0: Keeper Hailey Evans stopped five shots to record the shutout for the host Generals (3-0-2). Jordan Pauley, Sydney Cavender and Mary Lawman provided the goals. For the Patriots (2-2), Melody Hayes had nine saves. Winfield led in shots 12-5.

St. Albans 6, St. Joseph 0: Hannah Myers and Alli Johnson scored twice apiece for the host Red Dragons while Mackenzie Albert and Natalie Bowman tacked on one goal each for St. Albans (3-1) and Megan Russell recorded the shutout.

Football: Friday’s games

Man 32, Logan 26, OT: Mikle Scott-Rowe scored on a 9-yard run in overtime Friday night to lift visiting Man to a 32-26 prep football victory over county rival Logan.

The Wildcats, who had won the last four games in the Logan County series, trailed 26-14 with 6:34 left but forced OT on Matt Cox’s 70-yard kickoff return and Ryan Miller’s 7-yard run on fourth and goal with 33 seconds left in regulation.

Rowe and John Thomas Keffer each scored twice for the Hillbillies, while Cox had three TDs for Logan.

Tug Valley 20, Sherman 14: Tyler Conley hit on 8 of 11 passes for 110 yards Jeremy Dillon broke a 14-all tie for the Panthers with a 28-yard TD run late in the third quarter.

For the Tide, Aaron Lowe returned an interception 57 yards for a score and Joe Jude found Braden Harrah with a 20-yard touchdown pass.

Mingo Central 37, Wyoming East 28: Chase Justice ran for two TDs and a pair of 2-point conversions as the visiting Miners rallied from a 15-14 halftime deficit.

Devin Turner helped ice the verdict for the Miners with a 51-yard TD with 7:40 left. Nick Walker had two scores for the Warriors — who managed just 189 net yards — one of them an 83-yard kickoff return.

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