You’d have to try hard to have a better debut Valley League season than Taylor Sandefur did in 2010.
Taylor Sandeur and Drew Turocy were first-team All-Valley League selections, and Cody Hudson was named to the All-Valley second team, in selections announced on Saturday. Sandefur was dominant on the mound for Waynesboro in 2010, going 7-0 in 13 appearances, including eight starts, with a 2.26 ERA. Sandefur, a 6-2, 245-pound freshman from Western Carolina, [...]
Taylor Sandefur was the man again for Waynesboro, going eight and a third innings and giving up a run on five Luray hits to get his seventh win in a 2-1 Generals victory Sunday night. The win didn’t come without some drama in the ninth. Sandefur (7-0) hit Luray catcher David Villasuso with a pitch [...]
Luray was in the midst of scoring four runs without the benefit of a hit in a wild first inning, and Waynesboro starter Taylor Sandefur needed something to go his way. He got Ryan Lashley to ground to T.J. Kuban for out number three, then proceeded to mow down Wranglers for the next six innings, [...]
Story by Chris Graham email@example.com A four-run fifth gave Waynesboro the lead, and a four-run ninth provided the final cushion in a 9-3 win at first-place Haymarket Saturday night. WaynesboroGenerals.com has the story.
Story by Chris Graham firstname.lastname@example.org Four Generals will represent Waynesboro in the 2010 Valley League All-Star Game set for Sunday night in Harrisonburg. Austin Peay freshman Cody Hudson, Western Carolina freshman Taylor Sandefur, Patrick Henry Community College sophomore Terrell Thompson and Akron junior Andrew Turocy were selected for the game, the league announced on [...]
Story by Chris Graham email@example.com A bases-clearing double by Jon Clinard provided the early fireworks, and Taylor Sandefur made it stand up with a dominating performance on the mound, as Waynesboro coasted to a 9-3 victory at Harrisonburg Saturday night. WaynesboroGenerals.com has the story.
Story by Chris Graham firstname.lastname@example.org Taylor Sandefur pitched seven and two-thirds strong innings, and Waynesboro was able to overcome a wild eighth-inning rally by Luray, en route to posting a 3-2 win over the Wranglers at Mathers Park Monday night. WaynesboroGenerals.com has the story.
Story by Chris Graham email@example.com A two-out, two-strike, two-run double by Waynesboro shortstop Zephan Guyear broke a 5-all seventh-inning tie as the Generals rallied for a 7-5 win over the Haymarket Senators at Mathers Park Sunday night. WaynesboroGenerals.com has the story.