Circleville Ohio Post 134 Panthers carved two big innings combining eight runs en route to drawing an 11-0 five-inning shutout circle around Moorefield Post 64 in the 28th annual American Legion Pizza Hut Hillbilly Hardball Classic at Elkins High School on Thursday afternoon. “They’re definitely a very good baseball team.
In a pitcher’s duel, Moorefield Post 64’s bats finally came alive breaking the scoreless game in the ninth inning during a 4-1 victory over Beckley Post 32 in the opener of the 28th annual American Legion Pizza Hut Hillbilly Hardball Classic in Elkins at Robin Harvey Field on Thursday morning.
Moorefield American Legion Post 64 Baseball battled in a doubleheader at Geoge Hott Field on Thursday in the season opener, but fell short against Garrett County Post 214/71 in a 7-5 eight inning game and 9-7 five inning contest. Members of Moorefield Post 64 are from state champion Yellow Jackets,
Resilient (adjective): Able to withstand or recover from difficult situations. The fourth ranked Yellow Jackets are the epitome of the word resilient, fighting through adversity in an eight inning battle with second ranked Wheeling Central Catholic to become the West Virginia Class A State Baseball champions with a 4-3 victory
Moorefield senior pitcher Garett Haggerty zeroed in on the strike zone and kept the Irish off balanced during a one-hitter dethroning the top ranked defending champion Charleston Catholic with help of the defense in a 2-0 victory in the West Virginia Class A state baseball tournament semifinal at Appalachian Park
Wheeling Central Catholic completed the triple play of three straight Class A state softball championships and 12th title in program history in a 12-0 shutout over the Lady Yellow Jackets on Thursday afternoon in Vienna. “I’m very proud of these girls. They played with a lot of heart and passion.
The Lady Maroon Knights splashed through the mud throwing 23 strikeouts in the first round of the Class A state softball tournament, but couldn’t shake the pesky Lady Yellow Jackets forcing nine innings before notching the game-winning home run for a 5-3 final. “That game was tough from beginning to
The Lady Yellow Jackets had the right guidance system traversing past the road hazards to Blacksville and paved their way to a third consecutive Class A Region II Softball Championship with a 3-1 victory over Clay-Battelle on Tuesday to reach the state tournament for the ninth time in program history
The Hardy County Board of Education approved the hiring of new high school head football coaches as Matt Altobello will take over at Moorefield High School and Devon Orndorff will step up at East Hardy High School. Both coaches grew up in the Potomac Highlands as Altobello hails from Keyser