Trin Scott Delivers Walk-Off for Cameron Over Madonna in Class A Region One, Section One Baseball Matchup
WHEELING — With one out in the bottom of the eighth, Trin Scott sent a 2-1 offering from Gavin Dietrich to the fence in left field, scoring Isaac Ball — who walked — from first to end the game with a walk-off, RBI double — his third double and second RBI of the game as Cameron defeated Madonna, 6-4 in a West Virginia Class A Region One, Section One battle Monday.
Travis Mickey collected two hits and earned the win.
Christian Ridgway paced the Dons with a double, two singles and a pair of RBI, while Luke Beatty and Dom Mazur each delivered two hits and a RBI.
Wheeling Central 10, Hundred 0
WHEELING — Sonny Peluchette led Wheeling Central to a convincing sectional victory over Hundred with a single, a triple and two RBI.
Angelo Gentile provided two doubles and a RBI and Dominic Pompeo plated a run on two singles.
Kyle Newmeyer turned in a double and two RBI and Jacob Rine added a double and a RBI.
Class A Region One, Section Two
Magnolia 6, Paden City 1
NEW MARTINSVILLE — Jake Gamble struck out 12 as Magnolia upended Paden City in sectional action.
Silas McKeever accounted for two singles, a double and a RBI for coach Dave Cisar’s Blue Eagles (8-15), while Caden Cisar delivered two hits and three RBI and Jered Kocher garnered two hits and a RBI.
Eli Nice supplied a RBI triple.
Matt Saxon paced the Wildcats (15-14) with two of their three hits (single, double).
W.Va. Class AA
Region One, Section One
North Marion 11, Weir 3
WEIRTON — Nick Paul cleared the wall with a two-run home run but Weir ultimately fell to North Marion in a sectional battle.
East Fairmont 5, Oak Glen 3
PLEASANT VALLEY — Garrett Wilkerson and Brandon Corley each came through with two-run hits, while right-hander Broderick Rohrbaugh turned in a complete-game effort to lead East Fairmont in the first round of the sectional baseball playoffs at East Fairmont High School.
St. Clairsville 10
ST. CLAIRSVILLE — St. Clairsville exploded for nine sixth-inning runs in handing Barnesville its fourth straight loss.
John Luke DeFilippo and Matthew Busby both had two singles andan RBI for the Red Devils (12-9).
Dustin carrothers picked up another pitching victory, allowing three hits and fanning four.
Cade Hannahs had two singles and Jared Kernen tripled.
Bellaire 7, River 0
NEFFS — Cole Porter struck out 10, walked none and pitched a four-hitter as Bellaire blanked River at John Blacker Field.
Porter aided his own cause with two singles, a double and an RBI. Cody Albaugh had two singles and two RBI.
Martins Ferry 11, Indian Creek 4
MINGO — Martins Ferry scored six first-inning runs and hat propelled the Purple Riders past Indian Creek.
Logan Smith belted three singles for Martins Ferry and knocked in four RBI. Dasyn Hores laced three singles, while Jake Probst had a double, single and two RBI.
Harrison Central 5
CADIZ — Andrew Kinney paced Edison with two hits and a RBI, while George Ash followed with a triple and two RBI as the Wildcats upended Harrison Central.
Buckeye Local 4
BARNESVILLE — Barnesville scored five times in the third and went on to double up Buckeye Local to secure a spot in the sectional title game..
Barnesville (15-12) sent 10 batters to the plate in the third, with only two recording hits. The big blow came off the bat of Jaiden Butler, whose two-out double plated a pair. Two runs came home via bases-loaded walks and another came in on an RBI single by Cayleigh Reynolds.
Bridgeport 6, Conotton Valley 3
WOLFHURST — Brooklyn Ruble tossed a two-hitter, striking out 15 as Bridgeport doubled up Conotton Valley in the sectional softball opener at Irene Ehni Memorial Field.
The Bulldogs, who scored all of their runs in the fifth and sixth innings will host Shadyside on Wednesday for a sectional championship.
Jaren Tucker laced two singles and knocked in three runs for Bridgeport, while Kayleigh Roberts singled and plated two runs.
Shadyside 10, Beallsville 1
SHADYSIDE — Brooke Reager struck out 10 and walked none in fashioning a two-hitter in Shadyside’s sectional tournament victory against Beallsville at the Mead Township Athletic Complex.
Tory Hendershot blasted a homer and triple fior the Tigers, while collecting three RBI, while Holly Butler and Isabella Swords both had two singles and an RBI. Reager aided her own cause with a single and two RBI.
River 12, Shenandoah 0
SARDIS — Katie Lively pitched a one-hitter as River blanked Shenandoah.
The Pilots will visit top seed Strasburg on Wednesday.
Livi Rose had two doubles for the Pilots and drove in three runs. Lively aided her own cause with two singles and two RBI, while Riley Lollathin tripled and knocked in a run.
Steubenville Catholic 0
TORONTO — Toronto took advantage of multiple Catholic Central miscues, as the No. 3 seed Red Knights rolled to a 10-0, mercy-rule victory against the No. 10 seed Crusaders in a Division IV Eastern District sectional semifinal Monday at Michael Simpson Park.
Shanna Reed delivered two singles and an RBI for the Red Knights. Kiara Smith singled home two runs, and Jaime Anderson added a double. Jocelyn Merideth and Maddie Anderson each tallied a base hit, and Madison Sapp and Lexie Thomas each collected an RBI when they drew bases-loaded walks in the fourth.
Bella Zinno, Karmen DiBiase and Kaylee Kirkpatrick all collected singles for Catholic Central.
St. John 13-5
Jefferson County Christian 3-1
BELLAIRE — Kyla Kull fired a no-hitter and Jayden Lowe twirled a one-hitter and Kyla Kull as St. John wrapped up its season with a pair of victories at Amanda’s Field.
Lowe struck out nine and walked none in the opener and Kull fanned 10 and walked two in the nightcapp as Jerry Magistro finished with 19-year coaching career with 347 victories.
Nixon rapped a triple and knocked in two runs in Game 2, while Shay Horvath had two doubles and two RBI.
Nixon had two singles for the Irish in Game 1, while Horvath had two doubles and an RBI. Donnie Ruza had a single and two RBI, Kasi Gillespie doubled, singled and knocked in a run and Abigail Giffin collected two singles and an RBI. Kull had two doubles, a single and three RBI.
Union Local 11
STEUBENVILLE — Union Local scored 10 runs during the four innings, but it wasn’t enough to overcome Steubenville.
Kaden Mercer homered and knocked in two runs for the Jets, who open tournament play at Coshocton on Wednesday. Madi Sells doubled, singled and knocked in two runs, while Casey Kildow also plated a pair of runs.
Harrison Central 9, Edison 6
RICHMOND — Harrison Central exploded for all of its runs in the first three innings and then held on against Edison at Jefferson Lake State Park.
Kobey Johnson belted a homer, two singles and finished with three RBI for the Huskies, while Lexi Ferguson had two singles and three RBI. Britt Positano added two singles and two RBI, while Madison Young had two singles and an RBI.