ELKINS - Davis & Elkins used two solid pitching performances, along with a big effort from Houston Darling at the plate, to sweep Bluefield State Wednesday at Harpertown field.
Noah Jarboe (4-1) twirled a five-hitter in the opener, striking out three and walking two.
Treavor Dubiel, Darling and Brad Banzhoff recorded RBIs for the Senators.
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Houston Darling knocked in four runs to help Davis &?Elkins sweep a pair of games against Bluefield State College.
Forest Williamson (2-1) went the distance in the nightcap, yielding two runs on four hits with nine strikeouts and two walks.
Darling knocked in three runs, including a two-run single to lead the D&E offense. Travis Phelps also lofted an RBI?sacrifice fly.
The Senators will host Salem International at noon today for a G-MAC doubleheader.
D&E splits with Falcons
ELKINS - Ashley Dove's two-run single in the second game of a doubleheader helped Davis & Elkins salvage a split against Notre Dame (Ohio) Thursday in G-MAC softball action at Joni Smith Field.
Amanda Serafani, Katelyn Norton, Kayla Whoolery and Corrine Carrington added RBIs in the Senators' 6-3 victory in the nightcap.
Alanna Jones (7-9) allowed three runs on five hits, striking out six and walking a pair to earn the win on the mound.
The Falcons used a grand slam by Kayla Sidorski in the first inning of the lidlifter en route to claiming an 8-6 win.
Kelsey Coleman added a solo shot in the second.
Serafini also homered for D&E.
Amber LaBille (4-13) surrendered eight runs on 10 hits, while striking out eight and walking six in taking the loss.
The Senators (11-24, 4-8 G-MAC) will host G-MAC rival Alderson Broaddus at 2 p.m. Saturday for a doubleheader.
Women's college soccer
WVU 8, AB?0
MORGANTOWN - West Virginia blanked Alderson Broaddus in spring soccer action Thursday night at Dick Dlesk Soccer
At the conclusion of WVU's Pink Game, the Battlers donated to the Mountaineers' total of $8,584 raised on March 1 for Morgantown's Betty Puskar Breast Cancer Foundation.
Kailey Utley had three goals for WVU, while freshman Ashley Lawrence found the back of the net twice.