The Chapmanville Regional High School softball team took it on the chin on Thursday night at rival Scott as the Lady Hawks won 10-2 over the Lady Tigers at the Scott High School softball field in Madison.
Jennifer Miller went 2-for-3 at the plate with a double and four RBI to lead Scott (4-2), a sectional opponent and Cardinal Conference member. Kasandra Johnson added two hits for the Lady Hawks, while Allyson Johnson ripped a two-run homer.
Hanna Wooten and Talya Berry had two hits each for Chapmanville (3-2).
The Lady Tigers were scheduled to return to action on Friday night at Herbert Hoover in league action. Chapmanville then went to 3A Lincoln County on Saturday.
Chapmanville is slated to host Mingo Central on Tuesday at 6 p.m. in a Cardinal Conference game.
CRHS is then set to host the annual Lady Tigers Invitational April 3-6 at Chapmanville’s Ronnie Ooten Field. Chapmanville is scheduled to play Ritchie County on April 3 at 7 p.m. in tourney action.
The Lady Tigers then play Nicholas County on April 5 at 9 p.m. and have two games on April 6 — an 11 a.m. contest against James Monroe and a 7 p.m. game against Lincoln County.
County teams Logan and Man are also scheduled to play in the Lady Tigers Invitational.
Herbert Hoover 4,
The Chapmanville girls dropped to 3-3 overall and 2-2 in the Cardinal Conference with Friday night’s 4-0 Cardinal Conference loss at Herbert Hoover.
Hoover scored two runs in the fourth and two more in the sixth and outhit the Lady Tigers 8-3.
Talya Berry pitched for Chapmanville. She was relieved by Emma Paris in the fourth.
The Huskies improved to 2-1 with the win.
Class A No. 6-ranked Sherman blanked No. 3 Man 1-0 on Thursday night at the Sherman High School softball field in Seth.
Sherman (4-1) scored its only run on a wild pitch.
Jordan Lewis, Mackenzie Smith, Hali Jarrell and Paige Halstead had one hit each for the Tide.
Cari Blair and Kelly Grimmett had one hit apiece for Man (1-1).
The Lady Billies were scheduled to play host to Wyoming East on Friday night before going to Fayetteville on Saturday afternoon. Man then hosts Westside on Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. before playing in Chapmanville’s Lady Tigers Invitational April 4-6.
Winfield avenged a season opening loss at Logan with Friday night’s 9-7 victory over the visting Lady Cats.
Logan lost its fourth straight game and fell to 2-4 on the season.
The Lady Cats led 4-0 after one-half inning but Winfield plated three in the second and one more in the third to tie it up 4-4.
The Lady Generals then exploded with a five-run fourth to make it a 9-4 ballgame.
Logan tallied single runs in the fifth, sixth and seventh frames.
Kenna Markham was 3-for-4 at the plate to lead Winfield (5-3), which had lost 4-3 at Logan in the season opener. Kalie Ferrell had a triple and two RBI.
Summer Collins led Logan as she was 3-for-4 with a home run and two RBI.
The Lady Cats finished with 11 hits.
Sam Curry was 2-for-4 with a double and one run knocked in. Rachelle Toppings went 3-for-5.
Shana Hall pitched for Logan and was relieved by Aarron Ward in the fourth. Hall also had a hit as did Shelby Hale and Hannah Kolovich. Chastidy Wiley and Kolovich each drove in a run.
Logan committed three errors to two for Winfield.
The Lady Cats were able to plate seven runs, breaking a three-game string in which Logan failed to cross home plate.