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HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP: Balance leads Eagles to win
Five different players scored to help Colonial Forge top visiting Massaponax 5–3 in field hockey action on Tuesday.
Megan Eastman, Kate Roberts, Callie Nigrelli, Christine Reinaman and Amy Dziekowicz each scored for the Eagles (11–3). Nikki Simpao (two), Roberts (two) and Eastman had assists.
Maddie McNult scored all three Panthers goals. Kelly McNult supplied an assist.
COURTLAND 5, SPOTSYLVANIA 0
Caroline Maston and Noelle Harrison each scored twice and Courtland shut out visiting Spotsylvania.
Marybeth McBroom also scored and Jordan Browder added two assists for Courtland (7–6), which hosts King George on Thursday.
BROOKE POINT 6, RIVERBEND 0
Liz Washington and Taylor Hayes each scored two goals to help Brooke Point to a conference shutout victory.
Chaselyn Trentley and Margo Rayner added a goal each, and Rachael Payne assisted on four goals for Brooke Point (6–7, which visits North Stafford today.
STAFFORD 8, NORTH STAFFORD 0
Emily Kresho had three goals, and Katie Deuell and Brooke Harmon added a goal and an assist each for Stafford.
Leah Constantine, Rachel Riley and Kenly Belman also scored, and Natalie Bohmke added two assists for the Indians (12–2), who visit Massaponax on Thursday.
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Jasmine Jones had 25 kills and seven blocks, Kailah Boateng added 13 more kills and Abby Harris recorded 43 assists as the Black–Hawks beat the Bears 25–3, 25–19, 24–26, 25–22.
Cori Jacobsen and Desiree Claxton each had 12 digs. In addition to five aces, Alyssa Andreno recorded 14 serves in a row in the first game.
Brooke Point (11–10) hosts Massaponax on Tuesday.
As for the Bears, Rebecca Statler had 15 digs, three kills and three aces. Also, Hunter Ervin recorded six kills and Peyton Lindblad added five more for Riverbend (10–7), which hosts Massaponax on Thursday.
SPOTSYLVANIA 3, CAROLINE 0
Courtney Chmielewski had eight kills, three block, and two aces to lead Spotsylvania over Caroline, 25–15, 25–18, 25–21.
Other leaders for the Knights were Aslynn Green with five kills, three blocks and six digs, and Miranda Roberts with five assists and four aces.
Spotsylvania (11–5) hosts James Monroe on Thursday on Senior Night.
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Emily Ginn recorded five kills and 26 assists to lead the Chargers in a 25–16, 25–17, 23–25, 25–8 victory over the Yellow Jackets.
Emma Meek had five aces and seven kills, and Kayla Medina contributed five kills for Chancellor (3–12), which hosts Courtland on Monday.
COLONIAL FORGE 3, MASSAPONAX 0
Madi Porter had eight kills with five aces and Colonial Forge swept visiting Massaponax, 25–23, 25–19, 25–22.
Brooke Sanders recorded six kills and 34 assists, and Isis Garcia added 13 digs for Colonial Forge (18–4), which visits North Stafford on Thursday.
Rachel Jankovits had 10 kills, seven digs and two aces, Emily Kilpatrick added 14 digs and Emma Swope tallied six kills and two blocks for Massaponax (14–8) which hosts Stafford on Thursday.
STAFFORD 3, NORTH STAFFORD 0
India Kithcart had 17 assists and 16 digs to help Stafford get a 27–25, 25–22, 25–22 home win.
Haley Parish added 15 digs and nine kills, while Gabby Svuminski chipped in 13 digs for the Indians (5–12), who travel to Massaponax on Thursday.
COURTLAND 3, KING GEORGE 0
McKay Richardson had 12 digs to surpass the school record and Bianca Rumbaugh added 19 assists to help visiting Courtland lock up a 25–11, 25–9, 27–25 win.
Anna Gallup added six aces and four kills, Josie Till totaled five kills, Tenley Hares contributed three kills and one block and Chelsea Chewning registered five digs in the third set for the Cougars (18–1), who visit Chancellor on Monday.
Leaders for the Foxes (6–13), who visit Caroline today, were Tiva Harvey (two aces, two kills), Micala Peterson (two kills, two digs), Andrea Wine (10 assists), and Lauren Howard (14 digs).
RANDOLPH–MACON ACADEMY 6, FREDERICKSBURG CHRISTIAN 2
Ian Woods and Moziah Ferguson scored second-half goals for visiting Fredericksburg Christian, but it wasn’t enough to overcome a 4–0 held by Randolph–Macon Academy at the half.
The Eagles host Covenant School on Thursday.
Wednesday’s late results
WASHINGTON & LEE 36, LANCASTER 0
Visiting Washington & Lee exploded for 29 points in the second quarter and cruised to a Northern Neck win.
D.J. Weldon and Treshaun Brown lead the Eagles (3–3, 1–0) with two rushing touchdowns each, as the visitors racked up 385 yards on the ground.