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Prep sports: Catholic girls remain unbeaten

Hannah George scored three goals as Charleston Catholic remained unbeaten with a 7-0 win Saturday at Poca in girls high school soccer.

Sarah Joseck, Payton Mullen, Sophie Bumgarner and Peyton Keener chipped in one goal apiece for the Fighting Irish (4-0) while Annie Crockett and Emily Holmes had one save apiece. The Dots fell to 2-3.

  • BRIDGEPORT 3, SISSONVILLE 0: Mariah Hall turned aside four shots to record the shutout for host Bridgeport. Alexis Alastanos, Amanda Saymon and Tori Coulter tallied one goal apiece for Bridgeport (4-2).
  • Ryan Henry and  Brooke Reed combined for nine saves for Sissonville (5-2).

  • PIKEVIEW 1, HOOVER 0: Laura Hill scored with 14 minutes left in the second half to send the Panthers past host Herbert Hoover in a matchup that was stopped with 10 minutes left because of lightning.
  • Kristen Brinkley made eight saves for PikeView (4-2). Bailey Aab had seven saves for Hoover (3-3), which had a goal waived off.

    Boys soccer

  • SISSONVILLE 2, RIPLEY 1: Josh Rawson scored twice and Anthony Rinehart stopped 17 shots for visiting Sissonville (5-0).
  • Josh Smith tallied for the Vikings and Chuck Sleboda had 10 saves.

    Football - Friday's game

  • LOGAN 33, SHADY SPRING 7: Chris Marcum threw for 311 yards and a touchdown and ran for two scores to lead host Logan.
  • Marcum, who completed 13 of 25 attempts, hit Kade Doss with an 11-yard scoring strike in the third quarter.

    Marcum also had a pair of 7-yard TD runs and, on defense, contributed five tackles and an interception for the Wildcats (2-0).

    For debuting Shady Spring, Adam Weeks had a 5-yard scoring run on fourth down in the second quarter. Weeks, a Class AA all-state quarterback last year when he threw just seven interceptions all season, was picked off three times by Logan.


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