FROM STAFF REPORTS
MILL CREEK, W.Va. — Jesse Lambert had two hits and Daniel Hevener threw 2 2-3 strong innings of relief as Pendleton County beat Tygarts Valley, 6-1, in high school baseball on Friday night.
The Wildcats (4-4 overall, 3-0 PVC) took an early 5-0 lead after a four-run second inning. They finished with seven hits, all singles, with Lambert getting two of them and also knocking in a run.
Hevener came on to pitch with one out in the fifth and struck out seven over the final 2 2-3 innings.
Owen Arbogast had two singles for Tygarts Valley (1-4, 1-3).
Pendleton will host Union today at 5 p.m.
Petersburg JV 11 7
Hampshire JV 7 16
PETERSBURG, W.Va. — Petersburg’s Nick Dolly hit two singles and knocked in three runs in the first game, and Hampshire’s John Judy belted a double and two singles in the second as the teams split their junior varsity doubleheader on Saturday.
In the first game, Trent Borror and Jace Shanholtz hit two singles and Ryan Van Meter and Chris Sullivan had a single and two RBIs each for the Vikings. Tyler Rhodes struck out four in a complete-game win.
Cody Kesner ripped two doubles and a single, Skylar Mowery doubled and singled and Judy and Chris Young doubled for Hampshire.
In the second game, Jacob Slocum doubled, singled and knocked in two runs, Chris Young had two singles and two RBIs and Tyler Pownall a double and two RBIs in leading Hampshire to the win.
Colton Turner smacked a double, two singles and knocked in three runs for Petersburg. Brandon Ours added a double and two RBIs, C.J. Landis two singles and two RBIs, and Borror two singles for Petersburg.
The Vikings (4-1) play at Moorefield today at 4:30.
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