Softball

Galax no-no’s GW

Hayden Cassell and the rest of the Maroon Tide were on fire Tuesday night as a visiting George Wythe came up empty.

Cassell spun a no-hitter and sprayed three hits across the field to help Galax wallop the Maroons 15-0.

Cassell fanned 13 George Wythe batters, walking just two. Offensively, she drove in three runs and crossed the plate herself three times.

Madison Leath added three hits and knocked in on run for Galax, and Kayleigh Wilson supplied a pair of hits.

Kenzie Ingo worked the circle for George Wythe, fanning two Galax batters.

Baseball

Galax out-duels GW

The senior emerged victorious over the sophomore in a Tuesday pitcher’s duel between Galax and George Wythe.

Senior right-hander Jacob Stuart hurled seven innings for Galax, fanning 16 and giving up just two hits. Both those hits occurred on an 0-2 count.

Sophomore righty Avery Mabe worked a complete six innings for George Wythe, allowing just four hits but surrendering an unearned run in the second to get saddled with the “L.” Mabe fanned 12 Tide batters.

Charlie Mac Caudill and Bryson McCall got the only hits of the night for George Wythe.

Pioneers blast Bobcats

Starting pitcher Chance Davis hit a three-run homer during a six-run fourth inning as Fort Chiswell remained unbeaten with a 12-3 win over Radford.

Davis, who worked four innings on the hill, fanned five Bobcats and helped himself at the plate with four RBIs off two hits.

Catcher and fellow senior Sean Morgan was 2-for-3 with two RBIs. Cody Burkes also collected a pair of RBIs. Burkes also worked relief on the mound. Freshman shortstop Dylan Bailey was 2-for-3, too, helping the Fort improve to 4-0 on the season.

The Pioneers were up 4-1 heading into the bottom of the fourth. That’s when they ripped the game open with a big, six-run inning.

Clint Vaughan led Radford, going 2-for-2 with one RBI.

Boys Soccer

Rebels blank Pioneers

Nate Widener scored three goals as Patrick Henry pummeled Fort Chiswell 8-0.

Jeremy Johnson, Rowan Orfield, Gavin Grossman and Catherine Grossman also found the back of the net for the Rebels (4-0), while goalkeeper Cruz Lyons made five saves in a shutout.

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