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HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP: Kelley, Sanders lead Eagles to win
Hope Kelley had 18 kills and 11 digs, and Brooke Sanders doled out 47 assists to help Colonial Forge get a 24–26, 27–25, 25–10, 25–20 volleyball win at Riverbend on Thursday night.
Madi Porter added 15 kills, six digs and six aces, while Nicole Ibinson and Hannah Brown contributed eight and seven kills, respectively, for the Eagles (11–1).
Leaders for the Bears (7–4) were Shadae Strother with 11 kills, Danielle Deiters with 23 assists and three aces, Ana Torres with nine digs and six kills, Rebecca Statler with 16 digs and Hunter Ervin with seven kills.
On Tuesday, Colonial Forge hosts Mountain View and Riverbend entertains North Stafford.
NORTH STAFFORD 3, MOUNTAIN VIEW 2
Ebonie Hicks had 25 assists, 20 digs, six blocks and four kills to help North Stafford get a 25–17, 25–20, 22–25, 16–25, 15–13 win.
Alexandra Sosik added 18 kills, Emme Torres provided 19 digs and two aces, and Shannon Bellfield totaled five blocks and four kills for the Wolverines (7–3).
Layla Alexander (nine kills, seven blocks) and Emily Abramaitys (11 kills) led the Wildcats (4–7).
North Stafford visits Hylton on Monday and Mountain View travels to Colonial Forge on Tuesday.
MASSAPONAX 3, BROOKE POINT 2
Rachel Jankovits had 12 kills, 14 digs and seven aces to help lead Massaponax to a 25–13, 19–25, 25–17, 20–25, 15–7 home win on Thursday.
Emily Kilpatrick had 28 digs and Tori Risner added five aces for the Panthers (10–7), who host Potomac on Monday.
Leaders for the Black–Hawks (7–7) were Jasmine Jones with 11 kills and nine blocks, and Desiree Claxton had eight kills, two blocks and five digs.
Brooke Point hosts Broad Run on Monday.
STAFFORD 3, STONEWALL JACKSON 1
Kara Eveling had 23 assists and Haley Parish chipped in 25 digs to help visiting Stafford get a 19–25, 25–18, 25–15, 25–23 win.
Sam Larrabee added 13 kills for the Indians (4–8), who visit Brooke Point on Tuesday.
KING GEORGE 3, CHANCELLOR 1
Lauren Howard had 13 digs and led homestanding King George to a 25–21, 25–22, 11–25, 25–19 win.
Micala Peterson had eight kills and five blocks, Shativa Harvey had eight kills and two blocks, and Ali Trainum had five kills for the Foxes.
Andrea Wine added 16 assists and two blocks and Madi Koban had 10 assists, two kills and two blocks for King George, which travels to Spotsylvania on Tuesday.
Riley Pates had 23 assists and Shawna Morris had 19 kills for the Chargers (1–8), who entertain Caroline on Monday.
NORTHUMBERLAND 3, COLONIAL BEACH 0
Mckenzie Conway and Kenzie Cox each had four kills for Colonial Beach, but visiting Northumberland took home a 25–13, 25–14, 25–10 win.
The Drifters (4–9) host Rappahannock on Tuesday.
COLONIAL FORGE 6, RIVERBEND 1
Emily Flanagan had two goals and an assist to help visiting Colonial Forge get a win over the Bears.
Payton Staylor, Kate Roberts, Nikki Simpao and Maggie Butters also scored for the Eagles (8–1), with Amy Dziekowicz, Allie Benoit, Colleen Weekman and Simpao earning assists.
Morgan Becker scored with an assist from Avery Warner for the Bears. Sophie Boothby had 27 saves in goal and Meredith Bush added solid play for Riverbend.
MASSAPONAX 3, BROOKE POINT 0
Madison Yates was in on all three Massaponax goals, scoring twice and assisting the other to help the Panthers get a home win.
Sam Frain also scored for Massaponax (4–6), while Kelly and Maddie McNult added assists.
Goalie Madison Callan registered nine saves to get the shutout for the Panthers, who host Mountain View next Thursday.
STAFFORD 7, HYLTON 0
Katie Deuell tallied two goals and two assists, and Callie Quinn added a goal and two assists to help visiting Stafford get a win.
Rachel Riley (two), Addy Colebaugh and Morgan French also scored for the Indians (8–2). Emily Kresho provided two assists and French one.
Stafford visits Brooke Point on Tuesday.
CONFERENCE 16 TOURNAMENT
Halifax (317) and Albemarle (324) finished first and second in the tournament held at Hanover Country Club to advance to the 5A North Region tournament.
Orange (328) finished third and Patrick Henry–Ashland (330) rounded out the field in fourth.
The Hornets Ryan Dodson carded an 80 to tie for sixth, which was good enough to earn a spot in the region event to be held Oct. 1 at Forest Greens Golf Club.
The Hornets Isaiah Boucher (81), Jared McGhee (83) and Jacob Haney (84) just missed out on qualifying.
Wednesday’s late results
KING GEORGE VS. JAMES MONROE
King George swept a meet with James Monroe Wednesday, with the boys winning 17–45 and the girls 20–39.
The Foxes Jacob Watson won the boys race in a time of 19:26, nine seconds ahead of teammate Christian Koon. Miranda Green finished in a time of 22:19, well ahead of teammate Kristen Hornbaker.
Boys results: 1. Jacob Watson (KG) 19:26; 2. Christian Koon (KG) 19:35; 3. Jacob Williams (KG) 19:52; 4. Josh Rehm (JM) 20:47; 5. Ben Peed (KG); 6. James Peed (KG) 21:03.
Girls results: 1. Miranda Green (KG) 22:19; 2. Kristen Hornbaker (KG) 22:41; 3. Ashley Perkins (KG) 23:27; 4. Katherine Smith (JM) 23:38; 5. Liz McAuliff (JM) 23:51; 6. Nicole Brem (KG) 25:09.
CAROLINE VS. COURTLAND
The Courtland boys topped the Cavaliers 23–48, while the Cougars’ girls won 15–50 on Wednesday.
Caroline’s Aaron Carter and Courtland’s Jonathan Mersiowsky finished the boys race in a time of 18:02. In the girls race, the Cougars’ Sydney O’Toole (23:52) and Samantha Helsley (24:34) finished first and second on the day.
CONFERENCE 27 TOURNAMENT
Culpeper defeated Kettle Run 329–333 at Fauquier Springs Country Club, but both teams earned a spot in the 3A East Regional Tournament, to be held Oct. 7 at Shenandoah Valley Golf Club, in Rockland.
Brentsville (378) was third, followed by Spotsylvania (394), James Monroe (403) and Manassas Park (445).
Halifax’s Peter Gasperini recorded a 2-over par 74 to secure individual medalist honors.
Travis Weaver carded an 88 to earn an individual regional spot, while teammate Braeden Schmitt lost a tiebreaker for the final spot.
Marsden Dyson (87) was the low scorer for JM.
Culpeper (329): J.P. Gorby 76 (medalist), Jacob Kirby 79, Noah Brear 83, Brian Hyde 91.