Hours after Maci Boggess threw a complete game shutout in a win over Shady Spring, she followed it up with another one. The Generals needed every bit of this one in their 1-0 victory against the Golden Bears.
The Cougars will play in the championship round Thursday at 2 p.m.
SOUTH CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Hours after suffering an extra-inning loss to Jefferson, John Marshall avoided another one by beating St. Albans 5-4 in eight innings at Craft Field. The Monarchs (22-9) held an early 4-0 lead, but the Red Dragons (24-7) scored twice in the bottom of the seventh inning to force extras. Ryleigh Morgan’s
The four-time defending Class AA champion Huskies defeated the Tigers 6-1 in an elimination game.
The White Falcons scored five runs in the final two innings to advance to Thursday's state championship round.
Three-time defending state champion Moorefield is back in the state tournament field.
The Blue Devils advance to another elimination game Thursday morning.
SOUTH CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Petersburg held off St. Marys for a 5-3 victory in the opening game of the Class A state tournament. Defending state champion Wahama also earned a 5-3 victory Wednesday, with the White Falcons getting past Midland Trail by that same score. The results set up an elimination matchup between the Blue Devils
Lincoln County responded from an early three-run deficit to move into the winner's bracket.
The Cougars got a run-scoring single from Lacie Lewis to tie the game at 1 in the seventh inning. Although Jefferson didn't score again until the 11th, the pitching of Rebecca Munslow led the way in the extra-inning win over the Monarchs.
Boggess tossed a four-hit shutout and struck out 13 batters.
The Golden Bears will face Winfield in the Class AA winners bracket final.
The state championship games are scheduled for Thursday afternoon.
The Indians allowed only three runs in two regional victories against the Mohigans.
The White Falcons won five consecutive postseason games to claim the Class A Region IV title.
(Photo gallery courtesy of Eddie Ferrari) CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Photo gallery from Charleston Catholic’s 8-1 win over Greater Beckley Christian in the opening game of the Class A Region III series. Jonah Dicocco struck out 18 batters for the Irish. The series shifts to Beckley Wednesday where the Irish can defend their regional title with
The Yellow Jackets got a complete game pitching performance from Bryce Hines to move within one win of a trip to the Class A state tournament.
Phil Reed's three-run home run broke the game open as the Indians moved one win closer to the state tournament.
The Bulldogs erased a two-point deficit by winning the 4x400 meter relay, defending their Class A state title.
The Yellowjackets completed a successful title defense by winning 9 of the 18 events.