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9/10 State Tournament in Coeburn

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As usual it can be tough to sort through little league websites, but this is what I could find on our little league teams.

 

Both Big Stone and Bluefield are 0-2 in pool play in the 8-10 baseball division losing to Tuckahoe and McIntire.  Big Stone and Bluefield will face each other on Monday.  Washington County is 2-0, beat Cave Spring, 13-3, to open play and then won over Churchland today, 13-5.  Washington Co. faces West Springfield on Monday to finish pool play, they should move on to elimination bracket on Tuesday regardless of outcome.

 

Bristol's junior league team went 1-2.  Lost to York County (16-1) and Broadway (19-9), the win coming against Fleet Park (16-2).

 

Abingdon's senior league baseball team is 2-0 so far and shutout their first two opponents (King William, 6-0; Fleet Park, 7-0).  They play Lower Loudoun on Monday.   Lee's senior league team lost to Lower Loudoun in their first game, 2-1, won over Olive Branch in the losers bracket today, 16-2.  Lee will face Coles on Monday.  Lebanon finishes 0-2 in the tournament losing to Louisa, 5-4, in their first game and knocked out by Ashland today, 13-1..

 

Little League and 9-11 baseball divisions haven't started yet.  Coeburn/Twin Springs combined team will represent District 13 in both divisions.  Tazewell will rep both div. for D-11.  Abingdon D-1 rep for Little League.  Both divisions open up play Friday, July 20.

 

 

In 8-10 softball, Coeburn went 2-1 in pool play, lost to Atlee, 3-0 in first game, beat Honaker, 4-2, and finished pool play today by beating Prince William County, 22-5.  Coeburn advances on to the elimination bracket to play Richmond County, Monday morning, in the quarterfinals.  Honaker went 1-2 in pool play with a win over McLean, 7-2, losing to Coeburn, 4-2, and then losing to Bridgewater, 17-0, today.  Honaker faces Central Accomack in the quarterfinal round Monday afternoon.  Gate City finished 1-2 in pool play, picking up a win today over Poquoson, 15-5.  GC does not advance to elimination play.

 

In 9-11 softball, Richlands went 2-2 in tournament play, battled back through the losers bracket and finished a game shy of playing in the championship game...lost opener to McLean, 11-0, then went on a 2 game winning streak in the losers bracket beating Gordonsville, 11-0, and Woodstock, 15-2.  Richlands bowed out today with a loss to Chesterfield County, 20-0.  Damascus/Marion team went 0-2 in the tournament, losing to McLean (13-1) and Woodstock-Edinburg (7-4).

 

Honaker's junior league softball team went undefeated and won the junior league state championship today!  They rolled to a 14-0 win over Shore in the first game, beat Mathews, 10-0, in their 2nd game, and then won handily over Chesterfield County today in the championship game, 13-3.  Honaker moves on to the Southeast Regional, the first game will be July 20, 1 p.m., in Salisbury (NC) against Hite-Saunders (WV).  Saltville/Chilhowie team went 0-2 in the tournament (lost to Mathews, 16-1, and Woodstock-Edinburg, 16-6).

 

Bluefield's senior league softball team is in the championship game going 3-0 so far in the tournament.  Bluefield won their opener over Prince William County, 10-0, beat Hugenot, 7-4, in the next game, and defeated Olive Branch, 3-2, today.  Bluefield will face either Olive Branch or Central Accomack in the championship game on Monday.  A win puts Bluefield in the Southeast Regional tournament in Salisbury (NC) on July 20.

 

Little League division softball hasn't started yet.  Norton will represent District 13, Tazewell will rep. D-11, and Washington County will rep. for D-I.  Tourney begins Friday, July 13.

 

 

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10 hours ago, Beamerball said:

Bluefield's senior league softball team is in the championship game going 3-0 so far in the tournament.  Bluefield won their opener over Prince William County, 10-0, beat Hugenot, 7-4, in the next game, and defeated Olive Branch, 3-2, today.  Bluefield will face either Olive Branch or Central Accomack in the championship game on Monday.  A win puts Bluefield in the Southeast Regional tournament in Salisbury (NC) on July 20.

 

This is far more impressive than most may realize.  Bluefield (and by extension, Graham) has been historically abysmal at softball.  To see a team from Bluefield advancing in softball would be like me waking up and discovering that UVA has made the CFP.  Congrats to those young ladies, and may they continue onward and upward.

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14 hours ago, UVAObserver said:

This is far more impressive than most may realize.  Bluefield (and by extension, Graham) has been historically abysmal at softball.  To see a team from Bluefield advancing in softball would be like me waking up and discovering that UVA has made the CFP.  Congrats to those young ladies, and may they continue onward and upward.

Champions!

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Monday updates:

8-10 baseball

Bluefield defeated Big Stone, 20-8, in the final game of pool play.  Bluefield finishes 1-2 and Big Stone goes 0-3.  Washington County lost to West Springfield, 14-2, in their final game of pool play.  Washington Co. will play Loudoun South in the quarterfinals of the elimination bracket on Tuesday.

 

Senior league baseball

Abingdon defeated Lower Loudoun, 5-3. They will play again Wednesday, against Dumfries-Traingle-Quantico.  A win against DTQ puts then in the championship, a loss sends them to the losers bracket where they'll need to win another to get in the finals.  In a losers bracket game, Lee lost to Coles, 13-12, with Coles coming from behind in last inning to win it.  Lee finishes 1-2 in tourney play.

 

8-10 softball

Coeburn and Honaker made it to the semifinals before losing.  Coeburn lost to Bridgewater, 7-1, in their semifinal game and opened up play with 12-5 over Richmond County in the quarterfinals.  Honaker defeated Central Accomack, 10-9, then lost to Atlee, 10-0, in the semis.

 

Senior league softball

Bluefield defeated Central Accomack, 5-3, in 8 innings to win the VA senior league state championship!  Bluefield will join Honaker's junior league team so far as area teams in advancing to the Southeast Regional tournament in Salisbury (NC) on July 20.  Bluefield will play Kanawha Central (WV), Friday, July 20, at noon in the first round.

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Wednesday game:

Senior league baseball

Abingdon defeats Dumfries-Traingle-Quantico, 5-2, to reach the championship game.  They'll face Lower Loudoun again Thursday in the finals for VA senior league championship.

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Thursday update:

Senior league baseball

Lower Loudoun defeated Abingdon, 5-3, in game 1 of the finals and forced a second game but Abingdon bounces back and defeats Loudoun in game two, 8-6, to win the Va state senior league championship!  Abingdon advances to the Southeast Regional tournament which begins July 21 in Safety Harbor, FL.  First round opponent will be Summersville (WV), July 21, at 12:30 p.m..

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16 hours ago, Beamerball said:

Abingdon advances to the Southeast Regional tournament which begins July 21 in Safety Harbor, FL.  First round opponent will be Summersville (WV), July 21, at 12:30 p.m..

Why not just meet at Bowen Field?

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