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HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP: Eagles secure road victory

Emily Flanagan had two goals and Nikki Simpao one to help visiting Colonial Forge get a 3–2 field hockey victory at Massaponax on Tuesday.

Kelly McNult had a goal and an assist, while Erin Kaila registered a goal and Austin May an assist for the Panthers (3–5).

Goalie Madison Callan made 13 saves for Massaponax, which visits Stafford on Tuesday.

FIELD HOCKEY

STAFFORD 3, NORTH STAFFORD 0

Kenly Belman scored twice and Katie Deuell once to lift visiting Stafford to a win over the Wolverines.

Natalie Bohmke, Leah Constantine and Elizabeth Brownell each added an assist for the Indians (5–2), who entertain Woodbridge on Monday.

BROOKE POINT 3, RIVERBEND 1

Taylor Hayes notched two goals and Liz Washington a goal and an assist in visiting Brooke Point’s win.

Rachael Payne earned an assist for the Black–Hawks (5–3), who host Gar–Field on Monday.

FOXCROFT 2, FREDERICKSBURG ACADEMY 1

Alex Grace scored once in each half to help visiting Foxcroft get a Delaney Athletic Conference win over Fredericksburg Academy, despite a goal from Annemarie Allen.

Allegra Massey Elim and Maya Schattgen played solid defense for the Falcons (3–2, 1–1), who visit Hampton Roads Academy today.

 

VOLLEYBALL

NORTH STAFFORD 3, STAFFORD 2

Alexandra Sosik registered 10 kills and 14 digs to lead the North Stafford volleyball team to a back-and-forth 26–28, 25–20, 11–25, 25–18, 15–11 win over visiting Stafford on Thursday night.

Amanda Michel had four kills and 12 digs, and Ebonie Hicks had six kills, three blocks and 10 digs for the Wolverines.

Shannon Bellfield added four kills, two blocks and three aces for the Wolverines (6–2), who visit Colonial Forge on Tuesday.

Stafford standouts were India Kithcart (23 assists), Gabby Szuminski (24 digs) and Haley Parish (eight kills), who led the Indians (3–7).

Stafford entertains Massaponax on Tuesday.

FREDERICKSBURG CHRISTIAN 3, WAKEFIELD 0

Gabby Vess had seven kills and 11 aces Thursday to lead Fredericksburg Christian to a 25–20, 25–6, 25–19 Delaney Athletic Conference win.

Marnie Streeter added seven kills and Alania Hudson had 12 digs for the Eagles (11–1), who host St. Catherine’s on Tuesday.

COLONIAL BEACH 3, KING & QUEEN 2

Mckenzie Conway helped Colonial Beach to a 15–25, 19–25, 25–16, 25–16, 15–8 win with 10 kills and eight aces.

Kenzie Cox had nine kills for the Drifters (4–7), who visit Middlesex on Tuesday.

RIVERBEND 3, BROOKE POINT 1

Hunter Ervin compiled 10 kills to lead Riverbend to a 25–16, 25–13, 17–25, 25–17 win Thursday.

Ana Torres had six kills and three aces, Rebecca Statler had 23 digs and three aces and Shadae Strother had six kills and one block.

Danielle Deiters provided 30 assists and 10 digs for the Bears (6–3), who visit Mountain View on Tuesday.

Leaders for the Black–Hawks (5–3) were Jasmine Jones with two aces, two kills and three blocks, and Alyssa Andreno with four kills and four blocks. Brooke Nieset was also a standout in passing.

Brooke Point visits Albemarle on Saturday for a tournament.

SPOTSYLVANIA 3, JAMES MONROE 0

Courtney Chmielewski had seven kills and seven aces, and Miranda Roberts added 14 assists and four aces to help Spotsylvania get a 25–14, 25–4, 25–5 win on the road.

Veronica Lane finished with five kills and a block, and Ashlynn Green provided five kills for the Knights (6–2), who visit Chancellor on Tuesday.

COURTLAND 3, CHANCELLOR 1

Anna Gallup had 10 kills and Josie Till nine, and Bianca Rumbaugh doled out 27 assists to go with three aces to help Courtland get a 25–15, 25–15, 24–26, 25–9 home win.

Amanda DePalma (four kills), Maddie Sutherland (three blocks) and McKay Richardson (five aces, 11 digs) also played well for the Cougars (11–0), who visit Massaponax on Monday.

Shawna Morris led Chancellor (1–6) with 13 kills and eight blocks, while Emma Meek added eight kills.

Brittany Margelos (21) and Sydney Murray (12) led the way in digs for the Chargers, who host Spotsylvania on Tuesday.

KING GEORGE 3, CAROLINE 2

Alli Trainum had eight kills and three aces, and Madi Koban totaled 17 assists, two aces and three digs to help homestanding King George get a 16–25, 25–17, 22–25, 25–19, 15–12 win.

Other leaders for the Foxes were Andrea Wine with 13 assists and four digs, Shativa Harvey with eight kills and two blocks and Micala Peterson with five kills and three blocks. Lauren Howard (14 digs) and Nicole Josemanns (nine digs) led the defense.

MOUNTAIN VIEW 3, FREEDOM 0

Sarah Weisband had seven kills to help Mountain View get a 25–6, 25–14, 25–18 win. The Wildcats (3–5) visit Gar–Field on Monday.

 

GOLF

CAROLINE 181, KING WILLIAM 198

Gaby Rivera shot a 40 to win medalist honors and help the Caroline golf team secure a 181–198 team win over King William at Mattaponi Springs Golf Club on Thursday.

The Cavaliers (13–8) return to action on Monday when they take on Glen Allen in conference play at Hunting Hawk Golf Club.

Caroline (181): Gaby Rivera 40, Ryan Hickman 45, Cate Cooper 46, (tie) Collin Hess and Adam Desjarlais 50.

ALBEMARLE 155, ORANGE 161

Austin Yoon carded a 37 to help Albemarle get a win on the Back 9 at Lake of the Woods Golf Course.

The Hornets (3–9) take part in a Jefferson District mini tournament on Monday at Tanyard Golf Club.

Orange (161): Isaiah Boucher 38, Ryan Dodson 39, Jared McGhee 41, Jacob Haney 43.

 

GIRLS TENNIS

FOXCROFT 6, FREDERICKSBURG ACADEMY 1

Fredericksburg Academy’s No. 1 singles player, Sam King, got the lone win for the Falcons in a Delaney Athletic Conference loss. The Falcons (1–5) visit Wakefield School on Monday.

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