CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Senior shortstop Alyssa Cook smacked a game-winning three-run homer to help lead defending Class AAA state champion Lincoln County to a 9-6 win over visiting Logan in high school softball play Thursday.
The Panthers (17-7) trailed 6-3 entering the seventh inning, before rallying for six runs in the frame.
Cook, a Marshall University signee, also had a triple, while Amanda Salmons added a homer and two RBI.
For Logan (19-3), Katie Chryssofos had two hits, including a homer, while Samantha Curry and Shelby Hale had two hits apiece.
South Charleston 10, George Washington 0 - Lauren Bare tossed a four-inning no hitter to lead the Black Eagles at home.
McKenzie Catlett had three RBI to lead South Charleston (10-7), while Emily Sauvageot knocked in a pair of runs.
Parkersburg 8, Winfield 3 - Jackie Buckles had three hits and the Big Reds (8-17) took advantage of three errors by the host Generals (10-8).
Sydney Hancock had two hits and two RBI for Winfield.
Hurricane 9, Spring Valley 3 - The Redskins improved to 21-5 with the easy road win.
Courtney Rogers (8-2) picked up the win for Hurricane and added a pair of hits, including homer and four RBI at the plate.
Addie Fullen led Hurricane with three hits, followed by Cassi Sargent with a pair of doubles.