LOCAL SPORTS

WSIP Sports 4-19-2017

 

H.S. Baseball

Tuesday Scores

Allen Central 5 at Betsy Layne 0  
Allen Central 14 at Betsy Layne 0 (5 innings)
Johnson Central 15 vs. Sheldon Clark 1 (5 innings)
Lawrence County 10 vs. Pike County Central 0 (6 innings)
Montgomery County 10 vs. Belfry 0 (5 innings)
Perry County Central 15 at Knott County Central 4  
Pikeville 3 at Letcher County Central 2 (8 innings)
Prestonsburg 10 at Phelps 6  
West Carter 12 at Morgan County 1 (6 innings)

Wednesday Schedule (Weather Permitting)

Hazard - at Middlesboro - 7:00 PM 13th-14th Regional All "A" Sectional
Magoffin County - at Paintsville - 5:30 PM
Lawrence County - at Pike County Central - 6:00 PM
Johnson Central - at Sheldon Clark - 6:00 PM
East Ridge - at South Floyd - 6:00 PM


H.S. Softball

Tuesday Scores

Elliott County 14 at Prestonsburg 5  
Lawrence County 14 at Magoffin County 0 (5 innings)
Paintsville 11 at Pike County Central 1 (5 innings)
Pikeville 13 at East Ridge 1 (5 innings)
Sheldon Clark 17 vs. Tug Valley, WV 2 (5 innings)
South Floyd 12 at Betsy Layne 7  

Wednesday Schedule (Weather Permitting)

Prestonsburg - at Allen Central - 6:00 PM
South Floyd - at Betsy Layne - 6:00 PM

Local Sports

Paintsville H.S. 3-star defensive tackle Tyrese Allen verbally committed to West Virginia University on Tuesday afternoon. He chose WVU over Memphis, Purdue and Cincinnati. Allen is ranked as the 11th best prospect in Kentucky in the 2018 class.


Cincinnati Reds

Adam Duvall hit his first career grand slam, Joey Votto had a two-run shot and Bronson Arroyo got his first win in almost three years, helping the Cincinnati Reds beat the Baltimore Orioles 9-3 on Tuesday night. The 40-year-old Arroyo (1-2) allowed three runs in five innings, including Adam Jones' two-run homer in the fifth. The victory was Arroyo's first since June 15, 2014, for Arizona against the Dodgers. That was his last appearance before elbow and shoulder injuries knocked him out of action until this month. The longtime Red got his first win with Cincinnati since Sept. 22, 2013. In both teams' first interleague game of the season, Duvall snapped a 0-for-13 slump with a first-inning sacrifice fly and his fourth homer of the season in a five-run second inning, Cincinnati's highest-scoring frame of the season. The Reds sent nine batters to the plate in the second. Kevin Gausman (1-1) allowed eight runs and eight hits over 2 2/3 innings.

Game 2 of this 3 game series is set for tonight at 7:10 PM and available LIVE on WKYH AM 600. Reds pre-game set for 6:40 PM.