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W.Va. State tops Davis & Elkins, 14-9

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PRINCETON -- Jacob Short's three-run home run sparked a six-run first inning as West Virginia State (31-11) defeated Davis & Elkins, 14-9 in the West Virginia Conference Baseball Championship.

The Yellow Jackets led 10-0 after three innings, and 14-3 in the bottom of the eighth. However, Davis & Elkins (26-18) rallied for six runs in the eighth highlighted by doubles from Shawn Cullen and Ryan Ferretti and Lucas Taylor's two-run single.

Taylor had three hits and drove in four for the Senators, while Billy Greenwell added three hits, including a double. Ferretti, Cullen and Pat Caufield each had two hits for D&E.

n WEST VIRGINIA 4, Villanova 0: Kevin Olkowski went 3-for-4 with a double as West Virginia (25-28, 10-12 Big East) shut out Villanova (24-26, 8-15).

Jim Kirkland got the win for West Virginia, scattering seven hits and striking out 11 in a complete-game effort.

Prep track

Doddridge County's Class AA-A No. 1 ranked team rolled to a win at the Little Kanawha Conference Championship Friday night at Williamstown High School.

The Bulldogs won all five relay events and got first place finishes in the high jump from Lori Trent (5-feet, 2 inches) and the pole vault from Lisa Davis (10-0). Junior Jordan Walker finished first in the 300 meter low hurdles with a time of 48.47 seconds for the Bulldogs.

Davis and teammate Kelly Moran were honored on the all-tournament team. Davis finished with 28.5 points and Moran had 21 points.

Auto racing

Three first-time winners and three repeat winners took the checkered flag Friday night at Interstate 79 Speedway.

Rick Burrows won his first race of the year, making him the fourth different winner in the Semi Late division. Brent Tremble won the Modified class and Bob Bolin was the other first-time winner (Dwarf series).

In the Late Models, Paul Wilmoth, Jr. won, while Jeff Kesling took the Pure Stocks and Mike Simpson won the Four Cylinder division.

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