PREP ROUNDUP: Ty Walton Fans 16 As Tyler Consolidated Baseball Gets First Win on New Field
MIDDLEBOURNE — Ty Walton fired 16 strikeouts en route to allowing only two hits and Tyler Consolidated opened their new baseball stadium with a 6-0 victory over Ritchie County on Friday night.
Walton struck out 11 of the first 12 batters he faced and had a no-hitter going into the fifth.
Weston Henderson and Owen Westbrook both had RBI-singles for the Silver Knights.
Brooke 19, Steubenville Catholic 2
STEUBENVILLE — Carson Lauttamus threw a complete game with six strikeouts and Brooke won their first game of the year to honor former coach Ron Ujcich Jr.
Alex Garrett garnered a single, a double and two RBI, while Andrew Coursin and Braelyn Sperringer each delivered two hits and two RBI for the Bruins.
River 15, Monroe Central 14
WOODSFIELD — River scored 10 runs in the top of the seventh inning to rally and stun Monroe Central
Jake Rose crushed a home run for the Pilots while also supplying two doubles and four RBI.
Landen Lydick and Weston Swallow tallied homers for the Seminoles.
Charlston Catholic 14
Wheeling Central 4
WHEELING — Nick Tsoras supplied a single, double and three RBI, but Wheeling Central fell to Charleston Catholic.
Jordan Waterhouse tallied a doube and triple for the Maroon Knights.
Indian Creek 6, Harrison Central 5
WINTERSVILLE — Aiden Orr tripled, singled and drove in a run, while Aiden Fernandez doubled, singled and plated a run in Indian Creek’s victory over Harrison Central.
St. Marys 6, Magnolia 5
ST. MARYS — Oliva Stine tallied three singles and a RBI, but Magnolia fell to St. Marys.
Isabella Conner and Haiden Bland both had two hits for the Blue Eagles.
Bellaire 9, St. Clairsville 6
ST. CLAIRSVILLE — Jayden Lowe supplied three singles and three RBI as Bellaire defeated St. Clairsville.
Abby Salisbury and Dekotah Namack both belted home runs for the Red Devils.
North Marion 64, Weir 52
FARMINGTON — Isabella Aperfine scored 16 points, but Weir fell to North Marion in a sectional championship matchup.
Leah Maley scored 14 points for the Red Riders while Taylor Nutter netted 11.
Wheeling Park 7, Steubenville 0
WHEELING — Braden Keen, Wyatt Andrews, Ryan Quickel and Nick Trischler all won their singles and doubles events as Wheeling Park shut down Steubenville.
Grant Kenamond and Gavin Goodrich were also part of doubles victories for the Patriots.
St. Clairsville 0
WHEELING — Linsly had no trouble with St. Clairsville in a sweep.
Rachel Ekanem, Kate Bondachuck, Charlie Allison and Lily George all won their singles and doubles matches for the Cadets.
Grace Ridenhour and Amanda Herndon won at No. 3 doubles to complete the sweep.
Wheeling Park 7, Steubenville 0
WHEELING — Rhiannon Christmas, Rachel Simon, Towne Moores and Taylor Broadwater all earned singles and doubles victories as Wheeling Park swept Steubenville.
Taylor Andrews and Kayla Clatterbuck were each part of doubles victories for the Patriots, as well.
Brooke 3, Weir 0
WELLSBURG — Brianna Ferguson won her singles and doubles match as Brooke defeated Weir. Mia Camilletti was her doubles partner while Mykenzie Findling secured a win at No. 2 singles.
Win for West Liberty
FROSTBURG, Md. – The West Liberty University men’s soccer team put an exclamation point at the end of their abbreviated spring schedule with a record-setting 5-0 blowout of Frostburg State in a mutual season finale at Bobcat Stadium.
Coach Sean Regan’s Hilltoppers (4-4-0) set program records for goals scored in a game, goals scored in a half and margin of victory in dominating the host Bobcats (2-6-0).
WLU Shuts Out Wheeling, 3-0
WHEELING – The West Liberty University women’s soccer team exploded for three first-half goals and coasted to a 3-0 shutout of Wheeling in a mutual Mountain East Conference season finale at Bishop Schmitt Stadium.
Coach Barry Christmas’s Hilltoppers (2-4-2) got off to a fast start, clanging a shot off the crossbar less than two minutes after the opening kickoff and breaking the scoring ice before the game was four minutes old.
Alyssa Rhinaman drew first blood for the Toppers, dropping a well-placed shot just over the hands of the Cardinal keeper after running onto a Millie Colbran leave just above the top of the box.
Rhinaman made it 2-0 in the 26th minute when she corralled a loose ball in the box following a Hilltopper free kick and ripped a drive into the middle of the net.
Freshman Georgia Richardson gave West Liberty an insurmountable 3-0 halftime lead with a 15-yard laser off an assist from Kassidy Wolfe in the 35th minute.
The Hilltoppers finished with a 13-11 edge in total shots but had a 9-2 advantage in shots on goal. Olivia Montgomery saved both of Wheeling’s on-target attempts to notch her second shutout win of the season in goal for West Liberty.