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D&E women edge Daemen; Senators falter at Charleston

Hornets fall at Fairmont; Bulldogs, Wildcats cruise to middle school football wins

October 11, 2012
By Edgar Kelley Sports Editor , The Inter-Mountain

Davis & Elkins used a late second-half goal to edge Daemen College (N.Y.) 2-1 Wednesday in non-conference action at River Bend Park.

The Lady Senators (9-1) broke a 1-1 tie with three minutes left in regulation when Kristen Turshman scored off a corner kick.

The Lady Wildcats (3-8) opened the scoring when Kim Obermeler scored an unassisted goal six minutes into the contest.

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Davis & Elkins College’s Taylor Fealy (1) battles Daemen’s Meghan Diehl for a loose ball Wednesday in non-conference action at River Bend Park.

Davis & Elkins tied the game two minutes later when Taylor Morton scored off an assists from Emma Davis.

The Lady Senators outshot Daemen 18-8 in the contest and held a 4-1 advantage in corner kicks.

D&E?keeper Ashley Winkelspecht had four saves in goal for the Lady Senators. Kayla Hampton had four stops for the Lady Wildcats.

D&E?will entertain West Liberty Saturday at noon.

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Men's Soccer

Charleston 1, D&E?0

CHARLESTON - Renan Ramson's first-half goal led No. 6 nationally-ranked Charleston to a 1-0 win over No. 18 Davis & Elkins Wednesday in West Virginia Conference action.

Seth Locklear assisted on the goal for the Golden Bears, who remain unbeaten with an 8-0-3 overall mark.

Charleston held a 14-3 advantage in shots on goal. Moises Oseguera had five keeper saves in net for the Senators (9-3).

Davis & Elkins will host West Liberty Saturday at 2 p.m.

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Middle School Football

West Fairmont 32, Elkins 18

FAIRMONT - Jake Abbott threw for 303 yards and two touchdowns to lead West Fairmont past Elkins 32-18 Wednesday in middle school football action at East-West Stadium.

Bryson Gilbert had 133 yards rushing and two touchdowns for West Fairmont.

Cory Gillespie finished with 250 all-purpose yards to lead Elkins (4-2). Gillespie had 170 yards on the ground and went over 1,000-yard mark for the season.

Jarrette Zopp added 128 yards and two scores for the Hornets. Zach Hyre had three tackles for EMS.

Elkins will finish its suspended game with Tucker Valley Saturday at noon.

Tygarts Valley 40, Philippi 22

PHILIPPI?- Ronnie Nicholas finished with 246 all-purpose yards to help power Tygarts Valley to a 40-22 win over Philippi Wednesday night in middle school football action at George Byrer Field.

Nicholas had 173 yards rushing and scored two touchdowns on six carries for Tygarts Valley, which improved to 4-2 with the win.

Nicholas also had a 73-yard kickoff return for a touchdown in the contest.

Tygarts Valley quarterback Rece Wamsley completed 4-of-6 passes for 48 yards and two touchdowns.

Zack McCauley pulled in a 28-yard scoring strike from Wamsley, while Caleb Riggleman had an 8-yard touchdown reception.

McCauley also had a 47-yard touchdown run for Tygarts Valley, which led 28-0 at the half and 34-8 after three quarters.

Riggleman and Marcus Reynolds and interceptions for Tygarts Valley's defense. Nicholas led the way in tackles with six, while Jace Stanley and Jared Taylor finished with five stops each.

Thomas Tenney chipped in with three tackles and Wamsley had a sack.

Evan Currence, P.J. Brady, Darrell Martin, Tristian Dumire, Taylor and Stanley were all solid up front on Tygarts Valley's offensive line.

Zach Short had a 50-yard scoring scamper and a 40-yard touchdown pass to Austin Summerfield to lead Philippi.

Hunter Mason added a 15-yard touchdown run for Philippi.

Tygarts Valley will entertain Webster next Wednesday.

Tucker Valley 22,

Petersburg 0

PARSONS - Justin Fike ran for 112 yards and two touchdowns to lead Tucker Valley past Petersburg 22-0 Wednesday in middle school football action at R.H. Armstrong Memorial Field.

Ethan Crosten finished 4-of-5 passing for 86 yards and one touchdown for the Wildcats (5-1).

Crosten also had 54 yards rushing.

James Baker had a 63-yard touchdown reception for Tucker Valley.

Tucker Valley will finish its suspended game with Elkins Saturday at noon. There will be no admission to the game, but fans are asked to bring canned goods for the local food bank.

 
 

 

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