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MEC Women’s Basketball Roundup (January 30, 2019)

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Glenville State 117, Concord 107

Glenville State orchestrated a 22-8 run during a five-minute span late in the fourth quarter before securing a 117-107 win over Concord on Wednesday evening. The Pioneers held a narrow 91-90 lead with 6:29 left in the game when Emily Stoller drained a three-pointer to spark the scoring streak.

Glenville State carried a 58-49 advantage into the halftime break but Concord opened the third quarter with a 9-4 run to cut the deficit. Madison May’s layup at the 4:51 mark knotted the score 70-70 (the fifth tie of the contest), before Re’Shawna Stone’s bucket on the Pioneers’ next possession gave Glenville State the lead for good.

Concord (15-4, 11-2) shot 61% from the floor in the loss. May scored a game-high 30 points with nine rebounds and four assists. Riley Fitzwater scored 22 points and had 13 rebounds for the Mountain Lions while Andreanna Pool also had 22 points for Concord. Boothe and Maggie Guynn both notched 11 points apiece with Boothe tallying eight rebounds and eight assists.

Donasja Scott paced Glenville State (17-2, 12-1) with 23 points in the win. Stoller chipped in 22 points and five rebounds. Ty Armstrong scored 14 with Stone notching 10 for the Pioneers.

Notre Dame 77, West Virginia State 61

After trailing in the first five minutes of play, Notre Dame closed out the first quarter with a 17-4 run and never looked back in a 77-61 win over West Virginia State on Wednesday evening.

The Falcons scored 24 points off of turnovers over the course of the evening while holding the Yellow Jackets to a 29% shooting percentage in the game.

Lyrin Hatcher paced West Virginia State (4-15, 3-10) with 14 points and nine rebounds in the loss. Jordan Miller added 13 points with Charity Shears and Payton Shears scoring 11 and 10 points, respectively.

Ajia McIntyre scored a game-high 15 points for Notre Dame (11-8, 8-5). Seina Adachi scored 14 and Kyleigh Ramlow netted 11 points. Katie Karalic followed with 10 while Jessie Stout scored eight and grabbed 11 rebounds for the Falcons.

West Liberty 79, Shepherd 61

West Liberty picked up a 79-61 road win over Shepherd behind Taylor Johnson’s 25 points on Wednesday evening in the Butcher Center.

The Hilltoppers trailed 20-19 at the end of the first quarter but held the Rams to nine points in the second to take a 37-29 lead into the halftime break. West Liberty maintained a lead of eight or more points for the remainder of the contest, building its lead to as many as 24 points late in the fourth quarter.

Johnson notched four rebounds and five assists along with a game-high 25 points for West Liberty (12-7, 9-4). Morgan Brunner chipped in 17 points with Audrey Tingle and Brandi Beader adding 12 and 11 points, respectively.

Sydney Clayton paced Shepherd (10-9, 7-6) with 18 points in the setback. Kayla Tibbs followed with 14. Marley McLaughlin scored eight points with seven rebounds and Kari Lankford had six boards and 10 assists for the Rams.

Charleston 92, Urbana 63

Brooklyn Pannell poured in 33 points as Charleston ran away with a 92-63 win over Urbana on Wednesday. The Golden Eagles capitalized on a 14-2 run at the end of the first quarter and led by 14 or more points for the remainder of the game.

The Golden Eagles shot 57% from the floor in the win while scoring 35 points off of 19 Urbana turnovers. In addition to Pannell’s 33 points, Raziyah Farrington scored 19 with 6 rebounds for Charleston (16-13, 11-2). Dionna Sanders scored 13 points with seven boards while Gracie Roberts added 11 in the win.

Sylvia Hudson led the effort for Urbana (1-16, 1-12) with 19 points and nine rebounds. Megan Beachy added 12 for the Blue Knights in the setback.

UVa-Wise 73, West Virginia Wesleyan 54

UVa-Wise overcame eight lead changes and four ties in the first half to pick up a 73-54 win over West Virginia Wesleyan on Wednesday in the Prior Center.

After holding a narrow 33-31 lead at the halftime break, UVa-Wise scored eight unanswered points at the start of the third quarter and led by six or more points for the remainder of the contest. The Cavaliers outscored the Bobcats 40-16 in the paint.

Abi Gabauer and Brittany Stawovy both scored 10 points each for West Virginia Wesleyan (4-12, 4-9). Nicole Gilyard grabbed 10 boards for the Bobcats in the loss.

Janice Ladson netted 15 points for UVa-Wise (9-10, 7-6). Ada Stanley chipped in 13 points with Cynita Webb scoring 12 and notching 14 rebounds.

Fairmont State 84, Wheeling Jesuit 56

Fairmont State led wire-to-wire and held Wheeling Jesuit to six points in the first quarter on its way to an 84-56 win in Joe Retton Arena.

The Falcons shot 50% from the floor over the course of the contest. Rachel Laskody drained a game-high 27 points with 11 rebounds for Fairmont State (8-11, 5-8). Sierra Kotchman scored 14 and Brooke Kurucz chipped in 12 in the win.

Chenelle Moore paced Wheeling Jesuit (3-16, 1-12) with 19 points and 13 rebounds. Lauren Lipsomb netted 11 points with five boards.

Lady Pioneers Race Past the Wolves of Cheyney

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The Glenville State Lady Pioneers went on the road Sunday afternoon and forced the University of Cheyney into 33 turnovers as they ran away with a 60 point victory, 112-52.

Glenville State (10-2) shot 49 percent from the floor and had five Lady Pioneers score in double figures. Cheyney (0-10) shot 31 percent from the field and had just two players in double figures.

After a close first quarter Glenville State held just a 10 point lead at, 24-14. However after the slow start the Lady Pioneers turned up the defensive pressure and outscored the Wolves in the second quarter by 20 at, 33-13. GSC held a 57-27 lead at intermission.

Glenville State then went on to outscore Cheyney 26-17 in the third. The would continue oitacoring 29-8 in the fourth in route to a 60 point win, 112-52.

Glenville State’s defense forced 33 turnovers and converted them into 59 points while outscoring the Wolves bench, 58-4. The Lady Pioneers scored 63 points in the paint and had 21 fast break points. Cheyney finished with 32 points on the inside and had only six fast break points.

Freshman Re’Shawna Stone scored a game-high 23 points while dishing out five assists. Emily Stoller poured in 22 points as she went 9-for-17 from the field and 4-of-9 from deep.

Donasja Scott chipped in with 13 points and nine rebounds while Courtney Davis scored 12 and pulled down seven boards. Zakiyah Winfield scored 10 points while coming away with six steals, dished out five assists, and pulled down five boards.

Glenville State had 12 different players score in the game.

Gianni Hill scored 21 points to lead the Wolves while Marlon Herring chipped in with 15 points and grabbed nine rebounds.

Glenville State (10-2) will return to action on Thursday, January 10th when they travel to Notre Dame College for a 5:30 p.m. tip-off with the Falcons.

Class AA high school baseball all-state teams

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The 2018 West Virginia Sports Writers Association Class AA all-state baseball teams.

Class AA

First Team

P — Tyler Komorowski, Weir, jr.

P — Brayden Lesher, Bridgeport, sr. (captain)

P — Wyatt Milum, Wayne, fr.

C — Kobie Carpenter, Lincoln, sr.
INF — Zack Whitacre, Frankfort, jr.

INF — Cayden Ross, Wayne, sr.

INF — Brett Morris, Winfield, sr.

INF — Koby Kiefer, Bridgeport, sr.

OF — Jaden Kuroski, East Fairmont, sr.

OF — Noah Dingess, Chapmanville, sr.

OF — Blake Wasson, Frankfort, sr.

Utility — Fisher Horton, Independence, sr.

Utility — Grant Mohler, James Monroe, sr.

Utility — Ethan Payne, Poca, fr.

Utility — Caden Carpenter, Sissonville, sr.


Second Team

P — Matt Gainer, Elkins, jr.

P — Logan Stump, Independence, soph.

P — Nick Edwards, Winfield sr.

C — Logan Lawhorn, Oak Hill, fresh.

INF — Tre Junkins, RCB, sr.

INF — Jacob Oates, Braxton County, jr.

INF — T. Jay Mullins, Logan, sr.

INF — Zach Perry, Wayne, sr.

OF — Broderick Lantz, Liberty Harrison, sr.

OF — Justin Lovell, Shady Spring, jr.

OF — Josh Adkins, Nitro, sr.

Utility — Cole Barker, Lewis County, sr.

Utility — Nathan Kuhn, Scott, jr.

Utility — Matt Brown, Logan, sr.

Utility — Mike Stone, Nitro, sr, (captain)


Special Honorable Mention

Jonathan Lyons, Oak Hill

Cam Cook, Wyoming East

Matt Caldwell, Wyoming East

Andrew Hazelwood, James Monroe

Connor Moore, James Monroe

Trenton Begley, Liberty Raleigh

Chris Begley, Liberty Raleigh

Nick Nutter, Nicholas County

Jared Gregory, Nicholas County

Noel Sizemore, Shady Spring

Jaedon Diggs, Bluefield

Luke Nash, PikeView

Derek Chapman, Herbert Hoover

Peyton Gillispie, Winfield

Conner Mullins, Chapmanville

Michael Pinkerton, Sissonville

Trad Harman, Petersburg

Jakob Mauzy, Petersburg

Tanner Champ, Petersburg

Nick Corwell, Frankfort

Wyatt Yates, Frankfort

Josh Cline, Oak Glen

Elijah Gillette, Weir

Payton Lockard, Braxton County

Corey Elswick, Clay County

Isiah Thompson, Wayne

Jeremiah Milum, Wayne

Chase Berry, Chapmanville

Devin Hensley, Logan

Justin Stone, Berkeley Springs

Andrew Butts, Berkeley Springs

Cole Kiddy, Robert C. Byrd

Hunter Moore, Lincoln

Chapin Murphy, Bridgeport

Tim Via, Bridgeport

Read Schumacher, Elkins

Luke Swecker, Elkins

Andrew Hamilton, North Marion

Dalton Boyce, East Fairmont

Ian Fairley, Fairmont Senior

Connor Neal, Fairmont Senior

Leo White, Lewis County

Luke White, Lewis County

Jaedon Diggs, Bluefield

Connor Moore, James Monroe

Andrew Hazelwood, James Monroe

Brock Muncy, Man

Miles Williams, Point Pleasant

Tucker Mayes, Point Pleasant

Carter Lyles, Scott

Dominic Lough, Grafton

David Shriver, Philip Barbour


Honorable Mention

Tanner Hall, Wyoming East

McQuade Canada, Wyoming East

Nick Lester, Independence

Monroe Mohler, James Monroe

Mikey Belcher, James Monroe

Josh Pritt, Nicholas County

Lane Jordan, Oak Hill

Bradley Lokant, Oak Hill

Caleb Lilly, Shady Spring

Jo Jo Brooks, Bluefield

Ben Price, Westside

Aaron Blackwell, Winfield

Jason Douglas, Nitro

Jake Hamrick, Nitro

Sam Ingram, Winfield

Isaac McClanahan, Poca

Tanner Miller, Poca

Cayd Snyder, Sissonville

Luke Stricker, Herbert Hoover

Rhett White, Herbert Hoover

Josh Zigmond, Chapmanville

Lucas Berg, Petersburg

Peyton Sindledecker, Petersburg

Brendan Whiteman, Frankfort

Reid Hoover, Weir

Tayton Stout, Braxton County

Colton Moore, Clay County

Jake Whiting, Roane County

Josh Perry, Wayne

Peyton Branham, Logan

Tobin Cain, Berkeley Springs

Jackson Tucker, Liberty

Tyler Pitzer, Bridgeport

Brice Haines, Bridgeport

Patrick Bart, Lincoln

Holden Santee, North Marion

Dylan Kincell, East Fairmont

Broderick Rohrbaugh, East Fairmont

Drew Sivak, Fairmont Senior

Cam Hines, Fairmont Senior

Jared Skinner, Lewis County

JoJo Brooks, Bluefield

Joseph Schmidlen, Elkins

Nick Jewell, James Monroe

Cody Moore, James Monroe

Evan Moreland, Keyser

Zack Frye, Man

Carter Smith, Point Pleasant

Aaron Epling, Scott

Nate Baldwin, Philip Barbour

T.J. Summers, Grafton

Eli Kirkendall, Lincoln County

Broc Crist, Lincoln County

Class A high school baseball all-state teams

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The 2018 West Virginia Sports Writers Association Class A all-state baseball teams.


First Team

P — Garett Haggerty, Moorefield, sr.

P — Doug Clark, Wheeling Central, sr.

P — Charlie White, St. Joseph, sr.

C — Dominic Martin, Charleston Catholic, sr.

INF — Tyler Wright, Madonna, sr.

INF — Brett Riffe, Greater Beckley Christian, sr.

INF — Bradan Mullenix, Williamstown, sr.

INF — Logan Wells, Wheeling Central sr.

OF — Pat Mirandy, Magnolia, jr.

OF — Mason Adkins, Williamstown, sr.

OF — Jacob Hensley, Sherman, jr.

Utility — Chase Swain, Ravenswood, sr. (captain)

Utility — Lenny Washington, St. Joseph, soph.

Utility — Garrett Matherly, Greater Beckley Christian, jr.

Utility — Jacob Hufford, Charleston Catholic, frosh.


Second Team

P — George Cupp, Wheeling Central, sr.

P — Luke Daugherty, Tyler Consolidated, sr.

P — Jordan Brown, Gilmer County, sr.

C — Ian Smith, Wirt County, sr.

INF — Ty Sturm, Parkersburg Catholic, jr.

INF — Dalton Kearns, Wahama, sr.

INF — Sam Wykle, Summers County, jr.
INF — Blake Bennett, Ravenswood, sr.

OF — John Piaskowski, St. Joseph, sr. (captain)

OF — Jake Ours, Moorefield, sr.

OF — Garrett Scott, Cameron, soph.

Utility — Elias Gordon, Notre Dame, jr.

Utility — Brandon Combs, Charleston Catholic, sr.

Utility — Brett Tharp, East Hardy, sr.

Utility — Logan Frantz, Fayetteville, soph.


Special Honorable Mention

Sam Bosley, Greater Beckley Christian

Tanner Buchanan, Greater Beckley Christian

Tristan Coots, Fayetteville

Jordan Dempsey, Fayetteville

Tucker Lilly, Summers County

Nick Gipson, Valley (Fayette)

Thomas Blaydes, Charleston Catholic

John Hufford, Charleston Catholic

Marshall Pile, Charleston Catholic

Brent Moran, Moorefield

Blake Watts, Moorefield

Hayden Baldwin, Moorefield

Clay Skovron, East Hardy

Addison Rexrode, Pendleton County

Timothy Thorne, Pendleton County

Kole Puffenberger, Pendleton County

Jake Gamble, Magnolia

Leo Herrick, Magnolia

Kolton Elliott, Paden City

Angelo Gentile, Wheeling Central

Pat Brown, Wheeling Central

Trey Scott, Cameron

Trin Scot, Cameron

Andrew Anglin, Ravenswood

Tyler West, Tyler Consolidated

Nick Cavins, Doddridge County

Bradley McHenry, Gilmer County

Hunter Hickman, Wirt County

Devin Williams, Ritchie County

Eric Williams, Tolsia

Hunter Eplin, St, Joseph

Luke Beatty, Madonna

Brent Robinson, Notre Dame

Todd Griffith, Notre Dame

Brandon Gray, South Harrison

Kyle Sturgill, Tug Valley

Brett Smith, Tygarts Valley

Hunter Lanham, Tygarts Valley

Taylor Jarrell, Van

Tanner Smith, Wahama


Honorable Mention

Cole Kipps, Greater Beckley Christian

Hunter Rinehart, Fayetteville

Dustin Bailey, Fayetteville

Nick Gipson, Valley Fayette

Brendan Lanham, Charleston Catholic

Preston Tucker, Buffalo

Jarrett Wiseman, Valley Fayette

Brendan Lanham, Charleston Catholic

Preston Tucker, Buffalo

Grant Evick, Pendleton County

Thomas Davis, Pendleton County

Lane Ours, Moorefield

Isaac Van Meter, Moorefield

Will Nice, Magnolia

Trey Slider, Paden City

Adam Murray, Wheeling Central

Tanner Lett, Doddridge County

Patrick Copen, Parkersburg Catholic

Leewood Molessa, Williamstown

Jack Hadley, St. Marys

Cullen Cutright, Williamstown

Jacob Hoyt, St. Marys

Connor Frye, Ritchie County

Lakin Tucker, Ravenswood

Cory Sweeney, St. Joseph

Dillon Pride, Clay-Battelle

Lucas Smith, Greenbrier West

Peyton Brown, Greenbrier West

Dalton Coleman, Hannan

Kevin Moorehart, Hannan

Nick Paul, Madonna

Matt Thompson, Mount View

Sam Romano, Notre Dame

Andrew Rogers, Notre Dame

Michael Coffey, Richwood

Noah Dyer, South Harrison

Landon McFadden, South Harrison

Logan George, Tygarts Valley

Caleb Price, Van

David Hendrick, Wahama

Class A high school softball all-state teams

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The 2018 Class A West Virginia high school softball all-state teams, as selected by the West Virginia Sports Writers Association.



P – Riley Bennington, Wheeling Central, Sr. (captain)

P – Autumn Thompson, Sherman, Jr.

P – Chloe Elliott, Ritchie County, Fr.

P – Katie Gasvoda, Madonna, Sr.

IF – Hannah Rose, Wahama, So.

IF – Jairika Baylor, Wheeling Central, Fr.

IF – Kendall Bowen, Ravenswood, Jr.

IF – Katlyn Rasnake, Buffalo, Sr.

IF – Reegan Lively, Greenbrier West, So.

OF – Taylor Townsend, Pendleton County, Sr.

OF – Aubrey Neff, Paden City, Sr.

OF – Sophia Recrosio, Madonna, Jr.

C – Skylar Bogan, Wirt County, Sr.

UTIL – Rebekah Markwood, Moorefield, Jr.

UTIL – Ashley Fridley, Fayetteville, Sr.

UTIL – Kira Riffle, Notre Dame, Jr.

UTIL – Caitlyn Kassay, Clay-Battelle, Jr.

UTIL – Ashley Tharp, Magnolia, Jr.



P – Lindsey Russell, Buffalo, So.

P – Marissa Garlitz, Wheeling Central, Sr.

P – Hanna Carlson, Moorefield, So.

P – Brooke Miller, East Hardy, Sr.

IF – Karena Recrosio, Madonna, Fr.

IF – Carrie Taylor, Fayetteville, Sr.

IF – Katlyn Jenkins, Sherman, Jr.

IF – Hannah Loy, Paden City, Jr.

IF – Brittany Bevins, Greenbrier West, Sr. (captain)

OF – Anna Riggleman, Moorefield, So.

OF – Morgan Turner, Notre Dame, So.

OF – Rylin Tabor, Ravenswood, So.

C – Alexis Schreckengost, Williamstown, So.

C – Sam Holbrook, Fayetteville, Sr.

UTIL – Kaysee Amick, Richwood, Sr.

UTIL – Kenley Posten, Greenbrier West, So.

UTIL – Abbey Ammons, Clay-Battelle, Sr.

UTIL – Remi Hinkle, Moorefield, Fr.



Olivia Carpenter, Wheeling Central

Ally Davidson, Wheeling Central

Paige Brill, Magnolia

Maggie Bird, Buffalo

Olivia Corbett, Charleston Catholic

Sakoya Riffle, Doddridge County

Gracie Gipson, Valley Fayette

Tiffani Cline, Summers County

Madison Dennis, Calhoun County

Kayla Randolph, Wirt County

Bayley Wellings, Gilmer County

Mahayla Nichols, St. Marys

Emma McKeen, Notre Dame

Savannah Swenskie, South Harrison

Madison McGregor, Moorefield

Reyenne Colaw, Pendleton County

Skye Metzer, East Hardy

Emily VanMatre, Wahama

Nina Maynard, Tolsia



Kaitlyn Ferns, Wheeling Central

Emilee Ondrik, Wheeling Central

Madalena Daugherty, Madonna

Courtney Walker, Cameron

Jenna Ferrebee, Paden City

Alivia Anderson, Magnolia

Ashlyn Piekarski, Magnolia

Brooke Persinger, Buffalo

Kelly Kreitzer, Charleston Catholic

Jacqueline Marchese, Doddridge County

Courtney Sanford, Doddridge County

Brooklyn Hinzman, Doddridge County

Skylar Richards, Fayetteville

Cameron Dorsey, Greenbrier West

Rachel Adkins, Greenbrier West

Katie Frazier, Wirt County

Taylor Tribett, Ravenswood

Haley Wanstreet, Gilmer County

Keely Alsup, Williamstown

Brianna Jones, Ritchie County

JoLee Walton, Tyler Consolidated

Jessica Mordan, Notre Dame

Jocelyn Heckert, South Harrison

Alyssa Vetter, Moorefield

Dominique Meadows, Tucker County

Julia Hahn, East Hardy

Emma Gibbs, Wahama

Destiny Ball, Montcalm

Izzy Simpkins, Tolsia

Pioneers Sweep Bobcats on Day One of Four-Game Series

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The GSC Pioneer Baseball team swept the Bobcats of West Virginia Wesleyan on Friday afternoon on the road. 

Game one saw the Pioneer’s tally eight hits as they defeated the Bobcats, 6-3. West Virginia Wesleyan finished the contest with six hits.

Glenville State started the game hot as they scored four runs in the first inning. John Peloro got the scoring started with an RBI single to center field scoring Tre’ Smith, then Anthony Jarvis doubled to center as Bryan Bayliss crossed the plate. Later, still in the first, Anthony Jarvis advanced to third on a passed ball as John Peloro scored and then Zach Bacon hit a single to center as Anthony Jarvis scored as they led, 4-0.

West Virginia Wesleyan had one run in the second off of two hits and scored another run in the fourth off of a hit as they pulled within two, 4-2. The Bobcats then pulled within one run in the sixth off of an RBI ground out as they made it, 4-3.

The Pioneers added to their lead in the seventh as Anthony Jarvis hit an RBI single to left scoring Tre’ Smith. Christian Hedinger would then hit an RBI single to center as Anthony Jarvis scored as they went up 6-3.

GSC then put three away in the bottom of the seventh as they took game one, 6-3.

Andrue Hughart earned his seventh win on the mound as he went the entire game allowing three runs on six hits with four strike outs.

Anthony Jarvis went 2-for-3 with two RBI while John Peloro, Christian Hedinger, and Zach Bacon each recorded an RBI.

Game two also went to the Pioneers as they defeated the Bobcats, 6-5.

West Virginia Wesleyan tallied 11 hits but committed three errors while the Pioneers finished with seven hits and committed two errors.

Glenville State got the scoring started in the second inning as Tyler Phillips doubled to left field scoring Christian Hedinger and Jordan Braniff. Later, Logan Henderson hit a sacrifice fly to center scoring Zach Bacon and Tyler Phillips scored on a passed ball as GSC took a 4-0 lead.

The Pioneers added to their lead in the fourth as Tre’ Smith hit a sac fly to right field scoring Zach Bacon as they led 5-0.

The Bobcats then scored two runs in the fifth off of two hits as they made it 5-2. West Virginia Wesleyan then added a run in the sixth as they pulled within two, 5-3.

GSC added a run in the seventh as Jordan Brainff hit a sac fly to right field scoring Anthony Jarvis as the Pioneers led 6-3.

The Bobcats added two runs in the bottom of the seventh but GSC held on for the 6-5 win in game two.

Adam Riggleman claimed the win on the mound as he pitched 6.1 innings allowing five runs on 11 hits with two strike outs. Jose Rodriguez earned his seventh save of the year.

Tre’ Smith went 2-for-3 with an RBI while Tyler Phillis went 2-for-4 with two RBI.

Glenville State (17-27, 14-16) will return to action on Sunday, May 6 as they host the Bobcats of WVWC.

GSC Baseball Finishes Four-Game Series with Day Two Split

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The Glenville State Pioneer baseball team split a pair of games with the Yellow Jackets of West Virginia State on Sunday as they finished their four-game series.

West Virginia State took an early lead in game one during the first inning as they scored three runs on off of two hits leading 3-0.

GSC pulled within one run, 3-2 in the fourth inning as Jordan Braniff went yard also scoring John Peloro after he reached base on a WVSU error.

The Pioneers would tie it up at 3-3 in the fifth as Tre’ Smith crossed the plate.

Glenville State had a chance in the seventh to end it with two runners on and just one out. However, Bryan Bayliss would hit into a double play as Yellow Jackets got out of the inning as we headed into extra innings.

Jodran Braniff ended the game in the eighth inning with a walkoff hit to right field scoring Colby Werry as the Pioneers won, 4-3.

Glenville State finished with six hits while committing an error. West Virginia State finished with four hits and an error.

Jordan Braniff went 2-for-4 with three RBI while John Peloro also had an RBI.

In game two, again, the Yellow Jackets took an early 2-0 led in the first inning as they scored off of a two run home run. West Virginia State added two more runs in the third as they went 4-0.

The Yellow Jackets again scored two more runs off of a two run homer in the fourth as they took a 6-0 lead. WVSU went onto win game two by a final of 7-0.

Glenville State registered just three hits in the contest while committing two errors. The Yellow Jackets finished with 11 hits.

James Finnemore picked up the loss on the mound as he pitched 3.2 innings allowing six runs on eight hits while also striking out three batters.

John Peloro went 1-for-3 while Logan Henderson and Tyler Phillips each recorded a hit.

Glenville State (15-27, 12-16) will take on the Bobcats of West Virginia Wesleyan at 1:00 p.m. on Friday, May 4 in Buckhannon, West Virginia.

GSC Softball Drops a Pair of Road Games at UVa-Wise

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The GSC Lady Pioneer softball team dropped a pair of games on the road Sunday to the Cavaliers of UVa-Wise.
The Lady Pioneers tallied just one hit in game one while committing four errors as they fell to the Cavaliers 8-0 in five innings.
Ally Brown pitched 3.2 innings allowing seven runs on six hits while striking out one batter.
Paranda Uber had the lone hit in the contest for the Lady Pioneers as she went 1-for-2.
Again, in game two, UVa-Wise would hold GSC scoreless as the Lady Pioneers fell 17-0.
Glenville State again tallied just one hit while committing two errors. UVa-Wise finished with 16 hits while also committing two errors.
Tori Ward earned the loss on the mound as she gave up five runs on four hits.
Taylor Brumfield had the lone hit for GSC as she went 1-for-1.
Glenville State finished the season 20-32 and 8-24 in the MEC.

GSC Softball Falls on the Road at Concord

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The GSC Lady Pioneer softball team dropped a double-header on the road Saturday to the Mountain Lions of Concord University.

Game one, the Lady Pioneers outhit the Mountain Lions seven to six but went scoreless as they fell to Concord, 4-0.

The Mountain Lions scored a run in the fourth and added three in the fifth inning.

Ally Brown pitched the entire contest allowing four runs on six hits with two strike outs.

Kim Ellis went 2-for-4 while McKenzie Edmonds finished the game 2-for-3.

Both teams committed an error in the game.

Again, GSC went scoreless in game two as they fell to CU 8-0 in five innings. The Lady Pioneers registered six hits while committing an error and the Mountain Lions finished with 10 hits.

Celina Maberto pitched 2.0 innings as she allowed four runs on six hits while Kahla Von Bergen also pitched 2.0 innings giving up four runs on four hits.

McKenzie Edmonds had another good game at the plate as she went 2-for-3 while Kim Ellis went 1-for-3.

Glenville State (20-30, 8-22) will travel to UVa-Wise on Sunday, April 29 for a 12:00 p.m. double-header with the Cavaliers.

GSC Baseball Splits Day One Double-Header with Yellow Jackets

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The GSC Pioneer baseball team split a double-header on day one of their four-game series with the Yellow Jackets of West Virginia State University.

Game one belonged to the Pioneers as they recorded 10 hits and committed one error while West Virginia State registered five hits.

GSC’s first run of the game came in the second inning as Tyler Phillips hit an RBI single to score Christian Hedinger as they led 1-0.

West Virginia State came right back and tied it up at 1-1 in the third.

However, the Pioneers broke the game wide open in the fifth inning as they hit back-to-back-to-back home runs from Zach Bacon, Tre’ Smith, and Bryan Bayliss all went yard as they led the Yellow Jacket 4-1.

Glenville State added three more runs in the sixth as the Pioneers defeated West Virginia State, 7-1.

Andrue Hughart won his sixth game on the mound as he pitched the entire game allowing just one run on five hits while striking out six batters.

John Peloro went 2-for-4 with two RBI while Tyler Phillips went 2-for-3 with two RBI.

In the second game of the day the Pioneers and Yellow Jackets went into extra innings.

Glenville State jumped out to a 1-0 lead in the fourth inning as John Peloro crossed the plate on a passed ball as GSC led 1-0.

The Yellow Jackets later tied it up in the sixth inning at 1-1.

West Virginia State broke the tie in the top of the ninth as the Yellow Jackets hit a three run home run as they went up 4-1.

Anthony Jarvis hit his seventh homer of the season in the bottom of the ninth however it wouldn’t be enough as the Pioneers fell in game two to WV State, 4-2.

The Pioneers finished with nine hits while the Yellow Jackets recorded 10 hits.

Adam Riggleman pitched 8.1 innings allowing three runs on eight hits while striking out seven batters. Jose Rodriguez picked up the loss on the mound as he gave up one run on three hits.

Anthony Jarvis went 1-for-4 with an RBI while Tyler Phillips went 2-for-4.

Glenville State (14-26, 11-15) will host the Yellow Jacket tomorrow Sunday, April 29 as they finish up their four-game series. Game time is set for 1:00 p.m. from the Sue Morris Sports Complex.

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