Prep roundup: Softball No. 1 Hurricane blanks Wayne
No. 1 Hurricane hit the road Tuesday, beating host Wayne 3-0. Courtney Rogers was perfect through four and one third innings before giving up a hit. Rogers maintained the shutout giving up four hits with no strike outs. Maddie Hebb had a solo shot in the top of the second to put Hurricane ahead for good. Rogers added two RBI. This is the first time this season Hurricane has been held to under eight runs. Hurricane improves to 8-0 and Wayne falls to 7-3.
Winfield 3, South Charleston 2 — Maggie Rumbaugh hit a walk-off single in the bottom of the seventh to drive in two runs and push the Generals over the Black Eagles. Cartney Schoolcraft struck out eight and held South Charleston to only two runs. For the Black Eagles, Amanda McDonald had two RBI.
St.Albans 0-5, Parkersburg 10-3 — St. Albans and Parkersburg split a double header at St. Albans. Parkersburg won the first game in four innings. Madi Marshall pitched both games for the Red Dragons. Marshall also went 1-for-1 in the second game with a two run home run in the fifth inning. In baseball action:
Charleston Catholic 10, Clay County 9 — Catholic needed a run in the bottom of the seventh to defeat Clay County at home. Michael Martin struck out the last batter with bases loaded in the top of the seventh to get the win for the Irish. Connor Golden went 4-for-5 with a three run home run in the first inning and totaling 6 RBI. Golden also pitched the first three innings striking out seven. Chris Cole went 2-for-4 with a triple for Clay County in the loss.
Nitro 9, Spring Valley 2 — Jacob Bradley pitched all seven innings for the Wildcats (8-0) in the win at home. Bradley struck out nine and walked two giving up two runs on four hits. Solomon Shamblin went 2-for-4 with two doubles for Nitro. Colby Webb went 2-for-3 with a double and a triple for Spring Valley in the loss.
Winfield 11, Riverside 1 — John Bellomy hit two doubles and drove in two runs as the Generals cruised to a win over Riverside. Bryan Bosley struck out six and allowed only two runs for Winfield in pitching the complete game. For Riverside, Cameron Green drove in their lone run.
South Charleston 6, George Washington 2 — Tyler Abbott struck out twelve to lead the Black Eagles over the Patriots. Antonio Brown hit two doubles, and Cole Lanier and Jonathan Pauley each drove in a run for South Charleston. In the loss, Tanner Sorrells hit a double for George Washington.