The 8th graders knew the game would be close after a narrow win previously at Green Co. Metcalfe started out hot outscoring Green 12-2 in the 1st quarter and powering the ball to the hole. However, the 2nd quarter was all Green Co. outscoring Metcalfe 16 - 2. The half-time score showed Metcalfe down 14 - 23. Rebounding was in favor of Green Co. with them pulling down 36 to Metcalfe’s 25.
MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--Jackson Cramer and Kyle Davis both had three hits apiece as West Virginia University thumped in-state rival Marshall 14-7 on Tuesday at Monongalia County Ballpark. The Mountaineers (16-10) scored 14 runs on 16 hits. The Thundering Herd (12-14) drove in seven runs on 10 hits while committing five errors. Cramer went 3-for-6 with a home run and a double.
MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--Despite having a four-run lead after seven innings, the West Virginia University baseball team lost to No. 3 TCU 8-6 in front of a record 3.415 fans at Monongalia County Ballpark on Saturday afternoon. The Mountaineers (20-13, 7-4 Big 12) scored six runs in each of the first four innings on 10 hits. The Horned Frogs (28-6, 9-2 Big 12) rallied with a run in the sixth and five runs in the eighth inning. Michael Grove had another strong outing, tossing seven innings.
MORGANTOWN, W.Va.-The No. 25 West Virginia University baseball team split a doubleheader with Oklahoma on Saturday afternoon. After suspending the opening game of the series due to lightning, the Mountaineers and Sooners finished Friday 's game as part of a doubleheader on Saturday. Trailing 2-1 in the sixth, WVU sent freshman Sam Kessler (1-2) to the mound. The right-hander pitched 2.2 innings, allowing just two hits and picking up his first career win. Jimmy Galusky led the Mountaineers with hits and second baseman Kyle Gray drove in the eventual game-winning run with a two-out single in the sixth inning.
FORT WORTH, Texas--The West Virginia University baseball team will face its toughest challenge of the young season when the Mountaineers take on seventh-ranked TCU in a three game series. WVU (10-4) begins conference play after defeating Redford 6-2 on Tuesday night. Sophomore Shaun Corso led the offense with two hits and a career-high four RBI, including the game-winner in the third. Freshman Jimmy Galusky and senior KC Huth are leading the Mountaineers ' offense with .333 clips. Freshman Darius Hill has knocked in a team-leading 11 RBI for WVU.
The Paladins ' Will Gaddis (5-2) was just as efficient. He held the Mountaineers to three hits through five innings. WVU got on the board in the bottom of the sixth to pull within three. Sophomore second baseman Kyle Davis and senior center field KC Huth singled.
However, WVU got the run right back in the bottom half of the inning on a Jackson Cramer home run to right center. The Mountaineers added another run in the sixth to go ahead 5-1. In the seventh inning, WVU tacked on three more runs. Cramer and Kyle Davis scored on Stephens ' throwing error.
Pomeroy, the hero of the game, scored 10 points and had four rebounds. Mike Ridgley scored four, had five rebounds, two assists and two steals, Will Cook dished two assists and Austin Pruitt had two rebounds, two assists and two steals. “It was a real team effort and I couldn 't be prouder of my guys,”
This time it was the Pack’s turn to take over. The NC State Wolfpack beat the Virginia Cavaliers 81-78 after trailing in the final minutes and fouling bad free-throw shooters to win the game. As Dereck Whittenburg said in the 30 for 30 documentary “Survive and Advance” ,” We got where we were comfortable, when were down.” With the win over Virginia, the Wolfpack and Coach V were ACC
Miami coach Al Golden was so proud of his team. ” Give Nebraska credit for the way they played” he said, “But give our kids a lot of credit for fighting, scratching, clawing, staying together, having a poise and finishing it in overtime.” . On the other hand though “ the Cornhuskers (1-2) have a losing record after three games for the first time since 1981.” . All
After kicking off the first half down 15-7, Ohio State (10-7, Big Ten 0-4) captured the lead heading into the half, 33-36. The second half revealed a back-and-fourth battle between the two teams, as the lead switched hands six times. Despite a valiant effort from both sides, it was Ohio State who walked away with their first conference victory this season, 72-67.
This season, Duke head coach David Cutcliffe’s squad has relied heavily on the dual threat ability of quarterback Thomas Sirk, as well as the legs of running back Shaquille Powell. The battle tested Blue Devils have had several close finishes this season, including a quadruple overtime 45-43 victory over Virginia Tech and a controversial 30-27 loss to the Miami Hurricanes that ended with an eight-lateral walk-off touchdown as time expired. Duke’s offensive talent should be enough to earn a victory over Indiana, but whether the Blue Devils show up or lay an egg after a disappointing 7-5 campaign remains to be seen. Indiana Hoosiers The Hoosiers are no stranger to close games either. Indiana blew second half leads in three of their six losses this season, including a double
Varsity Football Wins 33-15 to End the Season The Jenkins County Varsity football program ended its season in style Friday night with a 33-15 victory over Montgomery County. The region crossover game was hosted by Jenkins County High School with kickoff beginning at 7:30pm. The crowd was extremely slim despite the perfect conditions with clear skies and temperatures in the low seventies.
Everyone expected us to win and host 5th seed Fairmont Senior. At first, it seemed like that would happen without a doubt as we headed into halftime, but we blew the lead and lost 29-27. I sat and cried in that locker room crying for 45 minutes telling myself that it would not happen again next year. Well, here we are. Senior year and off to a 1-0 start.
Sparkling Water UC Personal Insight Questions 1.Describe an example of your leadership experience in which your have positively influenced resolve disputes or contributed to group efforts over time? I was in 8th grade, my first year on the basketball team. After many rigorous practices, we had our first game, it was a loss, losing by maybe twenty points. This would happen every game, it was looking like we weren’t going to win any games all season.