Tyler Consolidated’s Gage Huffman Throws No-Hitter Against Valley
SISTERSVILLE — Gage Huffman was nearly perfect as he fired a no-hitter to lead Tyler Consolidated to a 10-0 victory over Valley in a five-inning mercy rule contest.
Fourteen of the 15 outs came via strikeout for Huffman, while the other was a grounder back to the mound.
He lost the perfect game in the fifth after a walk.
Tyler West paced the Silver Knights’ offense with a double and two RBI.
Noah Smith accounted for a single and two RBI and Dylan Seckman added a RBI in the win.
Cameron 6, Penn Hills 3
SOUTH CAROLINA — Behind a six-strikeout and RBI double performance from Noah Neely, Cameron defeated Penn Hills.
Garrett Scott paced the Dragons’ offense with a double, a single and a RBI.
Logan Burkett and Jessop Broughton each supplied two hits and a RBI and Trin Scott delivered two hits.
Aidan Lucey supplied a RBI double, while Zane Clutter added a RBI.
SOUTH CAROLINA — Isaac Ball provided two hits and two RBI at the plate but it wasn’t enough as Cameron fell to Saegertown.
Garrett Scott and Noah Neely each garnered two hits and a RBI, while Trin Scott supplied a single and a double.
Jessop Broughton, Zane Clutter and Aidan Lucey all added RBI doubles.
WEIRTON — Even through snow flurries and high wind gusts, the Madonna baseball team won its first game of the season, defeating Clay-Battelle.
Gavin Dietrich had the big bat, tallying three RBIs and a triple. Dom Brncic followed suit with three RBIs, while Ethan Rowing had a pair.
Dom Mazur picked up the victory for the Blue Dons, striking out three and allowing an unearned run in the first inning. He also recorded a RBI.
Matt Amaismeier tallyied two singles and two runs batted in. Jake McKay also recorded a RBI.
Indian Creek (MD) 10 Cameron 0
SOUTH CAROLINA — Cameron only collected three hits in a six-inning defeat to Indian Creek (MD) on Thursday.
Park Boys, Girls Sweep Kim Nutter Invite
The Wheeling Park boys and girls were victorious at the Kim Nutter Invite.
The Park girls tallied 145 points, 35 points better than runner-up Parkersburg South.
Abby Snedeker won the 100 (12.88) and the 200 (27.66) and helped catapult the 4×100 and 4×200 teams to victory.
John Marshall’s Zara Zervos earned the high-point award by racing to wins in both the 1,600 (5:32.81) and the 400 (1:01.86).
On the boys’ side, Park scored a 168 to beat Parkersburg by 25 points.
The Patriots claimed every relay race including the 4×100 and the 4×200 teams of Justin Levelle, Sincere Sinclair, Shaheed Mayfield and Torrence Walker.
Tyler Consolidated’s Spencer Corley took home gold in the high jump (5-10).