July 25, 2021

Highlanders top Knights 7-3 in MSAC semifinals

Highlanders top Knights 7-3 in MSAC semifinals

Highlanders top Knights 7-3 in MSAC semifinals

Charleston-Bladen Shepherd hit six innings to help Huntington High beat Cabel Midland 7-3 on Tuesday night in the semifinals of the Mountain State Athletic Conference High School Baseball Tournament at Power Park. ..

Faced with a championship hurricane on Wednesday night, Highlanders’ Bredon’s goals were two, three and two RBIs. The minister went from two to three and was driving at the same time.

The Knights took the lead early on when Corey Sweeney tripled his home run. Huntington High is on the left with 4 runs and 4 innings. Drew Elkins threw a no-hitter no-run and a no-hitter no-run three times at Cabel Midland 2-4.

The victory was HHS’s second in three games against the Knights this season.

Cabel Midland 100 1100-3 6 4

Huntington High 100 402x-7 3 1

Elkins, Fetty (4), Shouldis (6), Ball; Shepherd, Williams (7), Gaul.

Batting: (CM) Elkins 2-4, Sweeney 3B, Holley 3B; (HH) Gaul 2-2 3B 2 RBIs.

Raceland 15, Ashland 3: When Rams won at home, winning pitcher Jake Holzapfer hit a 7 to defeat Tom Cat.

Kirkpen ran three times towards Raceland. Chase Thornberry and Clay Coldiron were two of the three, each with two RBIs. The Sawyer array was two-thirds of Ashland.

Boyd County 7, Central Johnson 6: Lions (22-10) have recovered from a 5-1 deficit to defeat the Golden Eagle (19-13) in Cannonsburg, Kentucky. Alex Martin drove in two runs, including the one that won the game.

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Ashland 6, Raceland 5: Kendal Hilliard hit a three-run home run, with a kitten (16-13) defeating host Rams (25-8).

Robinson Kenji was the winning pitcher in a two-run home run. Cameron Davidson and Chloe Collins are home to Raceland.

WINFIELD 6, SISSONVILLE 3: Kenji Hale hit a three-run home run and lifted General (17-3) over Indians (13-4). Kennedy Dean was 2-4 on a home run. Taylor Oxley is the hometown of Sissonville.


Point Pleasant Winds Quad Point Pleasant boys and girls won the title at the Quad Tournament on Tuesday at Ohio Valley Bank Track and Field.

The Big Blacks girl scored 92 points. Second place is Buffalo 74 years old, Wahama 26 years old, Hannan 8 years old. Elysia Wood led the Point Pleasant in three events: the 13.52 second 100m dash, the 16.00 100m hurdles race and the high jump. 5 feet 2 inches. Lil Adicot won the puck, threw 126-02 and shot put 36-06 shots.

The Point Pleasant guys have accumulated 128 points. Buffalo was second with 66, Wahama was 32 and Hannan was 0. Preston Taylor scored 100 at 11.57 and 400 at 52.62. Luke Delenberger ran the high jump 5-8 and won the long jump 19-4.25. Cody Schultz shot at 40-06 and Puck shot at 145-11.

Russell defeats EKC: Russell’s boys attended the Kentucky Eastern Conference after finishing second at the 4×400 relay, the last event in Morehead, Kentucky.

Red Devils defeated Rowan County twice, for a total of 117 points. Green Up County is 111, Boyd County 73, Bath County 68, East Carter County 65, West Carter County 53, Nicholas County 43, Russell B 16, East Carter County Rowan B 7, Green Up County B 6, Morgan County 5 3 It It is ranked in the rank. Then Fleming County. 2.2.

Rowan County won the women’s title with 146 points. Boyd County came in second with 99, Bath County 75, Russell 72, East Carter 60, Fleming County 60, Morgan County 58, Greenup County 35, West Carter 34, Nicholas County 9, and Fleming County B5.