Andrew Lewis and Glenvar Middle Schools will go head-to-head today in four sports at various locations. Glenvar will host the baseball and boys’ soccer games and Lewis will be home for softball and girls soccer. The baseball game will be played at Green Hill Park. The host Highlanders are coming off a 15-8 win over William Byrd on Monday as Haden Henderson had two hits and drove in three runs while Cam Feazell and Alex Pannell had three hits each.
Glenvar tied Christiansburg last week, 6-6. Lewis improved to 4-7 on the season with a 12-6 win over Cave Spring at Billy Sample Field Monday. The win avenged a prior 10-3 loss to the Squires. Things started off bad again as Cave Spring scored four runs in the first inning, but the Wolverines battled back with two runs in the second, three runs in the third, and a monstrous seven-run inning in the fourth to claim a 12-6 victory. Ian Stump had four RBIs to lead the charge. It was the third win in a row for the Wolverines, who beat Blacksburg, 11-1, and Northside, 13-8, last week.
Today’s softball game will be played at 5 pm at the Salem Civic Center. Lewis knocked Blacksburg from the ranks of the undefeated last week with a 22-8 win and then whipped Northside, 20-9, to even their record at 6-6 for the season. Reagan Van Doren and Anne Morgan Crew each had seven hits on the week as the team had 44 hits, scored 55 runs, and batted .537 in wins over Hidden Valley, Blacksburg and Northside by a combined score of 54-19. In girls’ soccer Lewis will host Glenvar in what promises to be a close affair on the Andrew Lewis pitch today.
Glenvar came into the week at 7-4-2 after beating William Byrd Monday, 2-1. With about five minutes left and the scored tied at 1-1 Glenvar’s Annie George got taken down from behind inside the 18 and the Highlanders were awarded a penalty kick, and Sawyer Wilson answered the call by burying the PK low left for the 2-1 lead and a win against team that had previously beaten the Highlanders. Lewis is on a roll after two wins last week. The Wolverines beat Blacksburg, 2-1, then shut out Northside, 7-0.
Emma Elder scored four goals, Rosie Horne scored two and Keeley Prosser scored off a cross assisted from Langley Hart. Keeley Prosser had three assists in the match and Liz Keffer had the shut out in goal as Lewis improved to 7-1-4 on the season. The boys soccer game will be at Glenvar as the undefeated Wolverines take on a Glenvar team that is 6-3-3 and hasn’t been scored on in the past three games.
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