High School Sports Snapshot: Area Student-Athletes Perform Incredible Performances | Sports

Local student-athletes and coaches continue to amaze on the playing fields and courts, as well as in the pool, this season. Here’s a look at some of the best performances from the past week:

Rock Hill’s Noah Wood broke his own school record in the 400-meter clocking 49.1 seconds. Minford pitcher and Marshall University signatory Elijah Vogelsong-Lewis pitched a perfect match against Jackson. Emily Duncan set a Chesapeake school record in the high jump with a 5-foot-5 jump.

Winfield baseball player Peyton Stover posted a 6 for 6 home run and five runs as the Generals beat Wahama 17-7. Wheelersburg’s Macee Eaton hit three home runs and seven runs in a 10-0 win over Waverly. Annabelle Menshouse of Fairview pitched a perfect match against Augusta.

Sydney McDermott of Portsmouth West pitched a perfect game and struck out 13 of 15 batters in a win over Chesapeake. McDermott struck out 48 batters in a three-game streak. Gwen Sparks of Portsmouth Notre Dame pitched a no-hit game against Green. Portsmouth’s Daewin Spence threw just 48 shots to start a perfect game against Coal Grove.

Ashland beat Rowan County 3-1 in baseball to end the Vikings’ 16th consecutive winning streak in 28 games. The Tomcats also beat West Carter 25-14. Haidyn Wamsley, of Clay of Portsmouth, set a school record with a 5-foot-7 jump in the high jump. East Carter won their 1,000th baseball game.

River Valley baseball set a school record for one-season wins, with 12, beating Vinton County 2-1 on Thursday. Portsmouth Clay deliberately walked Brayden Webb of Symmes Valley five times in a game on Thursday. East Carter baseball coach Jeremiah Shearer has won his 300th game.

RECRUIT ROUNDUP: Fairland defensive end Jordan Williams has accepted a march offer from Marshall.

Ironton tight end Ashton Duncan has received scholarship offers from Miami (Ohio) and Youngstown State. Duncan’s teammate linebacker Trevor Carter was offered by Tennessee. Maddie Gill from Wheelersburg has signed on to play tennis at Georgetown College.

Isabella Caldwell, of Boyd County, signed with the University of Pikeville. Maverick Stone of Portsmouth West has signed on to play football at Ohio Christian University. Russell’s Kaeli Ross has signed on to play basketball at the University of Rio Grande.

Former Chesapeake softball star Ashley Tackett has signed with Hocking College. Northwest’s Gabe Morrell signed on to run cross country at Marietta College. Wheelersburg baseball player Mason Montgomery signed with Shawnee State.

NOTES, QUOTES, ANECDOTES: Former Huntington High boys basketball star Tavian Dunn-Martin from Duquesne has entered the transfer portal. He averaged 10.2 points, 3.6 assists and 2.4 rebounds per game last season.

Huntington High, Morgantown and Charleston Catholic honored in their warm-ups, recently deceased basketball players Dwayne Richardson of Woodrow Wilson and KJ Taylor of Capital in the boys’ tournament. Portsmouth Clay won the Southern Ohio Conference Division I baseball championship.

Shawnee State softball players Brooke Webb of Chesapeake, Kalle Coleman of Wheelersburg, Ashton Rankin of Boyd County and Aleeya Adkins of Greenup County have been named to the Mid-South Conference academy squad. Fairland won the Ohio Valley Conference boys and girls track titles.

Former Symmes Valley star Taylor Webb of Rio Grande was named the River States Conference softball player of the week. Former Bridgeport assistant Brett Hathaway is South Harrison’s new football coach. Portsmouth Notre Dame won the SOC Division I softball championship.

Former Winfield baseball star Bear Bellomy was the winning pitcher for Greensboro, a subsidiary of the Pittsburgh Pirates, in a minor league game last week. His drummer was former Minford High School and University of Rio Grande receiver Dylan Shockley.

Huntington High defensive lineman James Scott has been invited to the Blue-Gray Super Combined. Minford won his third consecutive SOC baseball championship. Chapmanville men’s basketball enjoyed an 18-game winning streak in the playoffs in a 55-41 semi-final loss to Williamstown.

The boys from Rock Hill and the women’s track teams from Coal Grove won the Rock Hill Invitational. The Redmen’s Vic Day and Hornets’ Kylee Thomas took top honors. Ironton won the OVC Baseball and Softball Championships.

Waverly won the SOC tennis title. Cameron’s boys basketball team went to the state tournament for the first time since 1926. The man’s boys basketball team won their first state championship in 108 years of school history.


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