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PREPS ROUNDUP: Foxes get first win
Lane Ward went six innings and struck out 10 to help King George get a 3–0 baseball win over visiting Courtland on Thursday.
Jay Buckner was 2-for-2 with a double, run scored, a walk and an RBI for the Foxes (1–1). Trevor Lyburn had a hit, a run scored and an RBI.
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ZACH SMITH, Tommy Haught (6) and Chafin Haught. LANE WARD, Drew Berry (7) and Hunter Tolliver.
STAFFORD 4, COLONIAL FORGE 3
Stafford’s John Romanello went 1-for-2 with two runs scored in Stafford’s win over visiting Colonial Forge.
The Indians (3–1) play Mountain View on Tuesday.
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Cole Migliorini, Wesley Deboesser (4), Austin West (5), SHAWN NICKLES (6), and Jake Mays. JOSH BEACORN John Romanello (7), and Michael Stern.
CHANCELLOR 12, WASHINGTON & LEE 6
Jason Morgan was 3-for-3 with two RBIs and two stolen based, and Adam Stillabower went 3-for-4 with an RBI to help visiting Chancellor get a nonconference win.
Mason Riser added two hits, two RBIs and three stolen bases, and Tyler Cross supplied a hit and two RBIs for the Chargers (2–0), who visit James Monroe today.
Terrin Dickerson finished 2-for-4 with an RBI for Washington & Lee.
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MASON RISER, Dustin Dey (6), Tyler Cross (7), Thomas Cabrera (7) and Cabrera, Adam Stillabower (7).
PATRIOT 5, NORTH STAFFORD 3
Jake Gallaher, Austin Meyer and Austin Layton each had RBI-doubles for North Stafford, but a tough seventh inning allowed Patriot to escape with a win.
The Pioneers, aided by three Wolverine errors, scored four times in the top of the seventh despite not getting the ball out of the infield.
North Stafford (0–2) hosts Massaponax today.
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Howe, Eikoff (3), CHRISTIAN (6) and Craichead. Cullen Moore, Ryan Kennedy (5), JAKE GALLAHER (7) and Ian Pape.
RIVERBEND 6, WOODBRIDGE 2
Riverbend pitcher Anthony Burke had eight strikeouts in the Bears’ win. Marco Ramos led Riverbend’s offense with a triple.
The Bears (3–0, 1–0) travel to Massaponax on Tuesday.
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ERIC BIRD, Anthony Burke (5), and Bryce Runey. GRANT HUCKESTEIN, Kevin Kornieck (7), and Michael Lamb.
KING WILLIAM 2, ESSEX 1
Kaitlin Saunders finished 2-for-3, and Kallie Carson had a hit and an RBI for Essex, but visiting King William took home the win.
The Trojans (2–3) host Nandua on April 5.
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CAITLIN HUFFMAN and Megan Jenkins. ARLEIGH WOOD and Kaitlin Saunders.
KING GEORGE 7, COURTLAND 2
Monica Brandts went 3 for 3 with a 3 run HR and 3 RBIs and Ashleigh Nalls recorded 10 strikeouts in King George’s victory over Courtland on Thursday.
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ASHLEIGH NALLS and Kaylee Wright. VARNER and Tori Littles.
MASSAPONAX 16, FREEDOM 1
Hunter Callan tallied six goals and an assist to help the Massaponax boys lacrosse team defeated Freedom 16–1 in its home opener on Thursday.
Chris Campbell and Kyle Purdy each had three goals and an assist, while Joe Campbell registered two goals for the Panthers.
Nick Pisani made four saves for Massaponax, which plays at George Mason on Monday.
GEORGE MASON 19, MOUNTAIN VIEW 11
Despite the efforts of a Mountain View defense led by Sydney Grossweiler, Casey Castelli and Carri Marcolini, the Wildcats fell to George Mason.
Mountain View’s offense was led by Molly Lynch and Lauren Donahue, who each scored four goals.
COLONIAL FORGE 19, BROOKE POINT 3
Olivia Strobl scored eight goals for Colonial Forge and Kennedy Buechner added six as the Eagles defeated the Black–Hawks on Tuesday.
Kylie Tejera made nine saves for Brooke Point, which improved to 2–0.GIRLS SOCCER
WOODBRIDGE 5, RIVERBEND 2
Katie Tritt and Brynna Lokrantz each netted a goal for the Bears, who travel to Massaponax on Tuesday.
KING GEORGE 5, CHANCELLOR 4
Chancellor won two of three doubles matches, but Devin Drake and Anthony Wood teamed up to win the No. 2 doubles match to give King George a 5–4 boys tennis win on Thursday.
The Foxes (2–0) host Fauquier on Monday.
Singles: Zack Kagley (KG) d. Cameron Johnson 10–4; Zack O’Campo (KG) d. Josh Ransom 10–7; Zack Musten (Ch) d. Devin Drake 10–4; Anthony Wood (KG) d. Tion Edmonds 10–4; Logan Kraisser (KG) d. James Triplett 10–6; Tommy Nguyen (Ch) d. Kaleb Sabo 10–8.
Doubles: Johnson/Ransom (Ch) d. Kagley/O’Campo 10–6; Drake/Wood (KG) d. Musten/Edmonds 10–6; Triplett/Chris Bear (Ch) d. Kraisser/Sabo 10–6.
COLONIAL FORGE 6, STAFFORD 3
Led by Blake Sharp and Thomas Geaney’s victories in both their singles and doubles matches, Colonial Forge defeated Stafford to remain undefeated.
Singles: Blake Sharp (CF) d. Eric Kauffmann 6–2, 4–6, 6–3; Thomas Geaney (CF) d. Chris Daughn 6–7 (8–10), 6–0, 6–2; Ridge Dodd (St) d. Fred Zaho 7–5, 6–3; Joey Cruz (CF) d. Brain Hannah 6–1, 6–3; Wade Sunddreth (CF) d. Shane Daveler 1–6, 6–0, 6–4; John Shin (St) d. Ryan Lyle 1–6, 6–4, 6–2.
Doubles: Sharp/Gaeney (CF) d. Kauffman/Daughn 10–1; Cruz/ Suddreth (CF) d. Dodd and Hannah 10–8; Daveler/Shin (St) d. Lyle and Zaho 11–10 (7–4).
JM 9, CAROLINE 0
James Monroe opened its season with a victory over Caroline. The Yellow Jackets host Culpeper on Monday.
Singles: Walton Mahon (JM) d. Robert Wheeler 10–3; Warner Colhen (JM) d. Josh Zelelnick 10–2; Jeren Jackson (JM) d. Nick Dalton 10–8; Klaus Haroldsson (JM) d. Malik Carey 10–3; Phillip Oliveras (JM) d. Alister Pollard 10–1; Jack Miller (JM) d. Anthony Adams 10–0.
Doubles: Mahon/Colhen (JM) d. Wheeler/Zelenick 10–2; Jackson/ Haroldsson (JM) d. Dalton/Carey 10–7; Miller/Kendrick Wilkens (JM) d. Pollard/Adams 10–6.
COURTLAND 9, SPOTSYLVANIA 0
Courtland improved to 3–0 by defeating host Spotsylvania. The Cougars host James Monroe on Tuesday.
Singles: Miguel Mitra (Ct) d. Lane May 8–0; Marcus Mitra (Ct) d. Morgan Welter 8–1; Hunter Davis (Ct) d. Michael Tuner 8–0; Cole Coghill (Ct) won by forfiet; Zach Knerr (Ct) d. Hunter Clifford 8–0; Lyle Kindig (Ct) d. Travis Smith 8–0.
Doubles: Mitra /Mitra (Ct) d. May/Welter 8–0; Aaron Martin/Doug Palacious (Ct) d. Turner & Clifford 8–4; Patrick Lucas/Parker Williams (Ct) won by forfeit.
BROOKE POINT 6, MOUNTAIN VIEW 3
The Black Hawks were leading 4–2 after singles and went on to win two key doubles to clench the win.
Brooke Point is now 3–1, while Mountain View fell to 1–2.
Singles: Christian Krawczyk (BP) d. Justin Hall 10–0; Tristian Hume (BP) d. Nico Samonte 10–2; Zafrulah Malik (MV) d. Robert Etheridge 10–0; Mick Torrey (MV) d. Zac Rumble 10–3; Brian Garlington (BP) d. Ben Simmons 10–3; Lucas Artze (BP) d. Ryan Pettry 10–5.
Doubles: Krawczyk/Hume (BP) d. Malik/Samonte 10–7; Torrey/Matt Darling (MV) d. Rumble/Etheridge 11–9; Artze/Garligton (BP) d. Hall-Matt Mills 10–1.
RIVERBEND 7, WOODBRIDGE 0
Riverbend improved to 3–0 overall and 2–0 in Conference 4 with a win at Woodbridge. The Bears host Gar–Field on Monday.
Singles: Ryan Truong (Rb) d. Devin Sanders 6–0, 6–1; Darius Boles (Rb) d. Nick Ranz 6–0, 6–0; Joseph Leonarkis (Rb) d. Dylan Butler 6–4, 6–0; Patrick McManus (Rb) win by default; Hunter O’Dell (Rb) d. Bibek Bachhi 6–0, 1–6, 7–5; Dusten Reese (Rb) d. Joaquin Soto 6–1, 6–2.
Doubles: Truong/Boles (Rb) d. Sanders/Ranz 10–1.
NORTH STAFFORD 6, MASSAPONAX 3
North Stafford won the Nos. 2 and 3 doubles matches to clinch a Conference 15 win.
Singles: Mitch Figgers (Ma) d. Steven Morrison 10–8; Josh O’Neil (NS) d. Matt Vanvalkenburg 10–6; Adriel Veluzquez (NS) d. Tim Hanson 10–8; Zack Carver (NS) d. Tyler Vanvalkenburg 10–4; Mitchell Moyer (NS) d. Justin Phillips 10–2; Sean Conlee (Ma) d. Chris Leigh 10–7.
Doubles: Figgers/M. Vanvalkenburg (Ma) d. Morrison/O’Neil 10–8; Carver/Moyer (NS) d. Hanson/T. Vanvalkenburg 10–6; Veluzquez/Leigh (NS) d. Phillips/Will Vaughn 10–8.
WAKEFIELD 4, FREDERICKSBURG ACADEMY 3
Fredericksburg Academy opened its season with a loss to Wakefield School. The Falcons play Highland School on Tuesday.
Singles: Peter Brown (FA) d. Gabe Himelfarb 8-3; Will Driskill (Wa) d. Loic Bernard 9–8 (7–5); Rohan Chandra (FA) d. Henry Ohistrom 9–8 (7–5); Connor Mulvey (Wa) d. Stephen Buban 8–2; Cameron Abeel (W) d. Wyatt Davies 8–2.
Doubles: Himelfarb/Driskill (Wa) d. Brown/Chandra 8–5; Jacob Green/Bernard (FA) d. Mulvey/Abeel 8–5.
STAFFORD 7, COLONIAL FORGE 2
Stafford remained undefeated with a victory over Colonial Forge. The Eagles (4–0, 2–0) will host Hylton on Monday.
Singles: Josie Gresko (St) d. Jessica Suddeth 6–0, 6–1; Natalie Bohmke (St) d. Natalie Fritz 6–1, 6–0; Amanda Smithson (St) d. Madeline Russell 7–6 (2), 2–6, 6–4; Morgan Meyer (CF) d. Teresa Francom 6–4, 6–4; Brooke Harmon (St) d. Haley Meyer 6–2, 6–1; Stephanie Razza (St) d. Nicole Mares 7–5, 6–2.
Doubles: Gresko /Bohmke (St) d. Suddreth/Fritz 10–1; Russell/Meyer (CF) d. Francom/Harmon 10–8; Smithson/Madie Osleger (St) d. H. Meyer/Emily Bloom 11–10 (7–4).
JM 8, CAROLINE 1
James Monroe (2–0) next plays at Culpeper on Monday in a Conference 27 match.
Singles: Lucy Castles (JM) d. Charde Washington 8–0; Cassie Olsen (JM) d. Erika Argueta 8–0; Emily Frank (JM) d. Tameria Redding 8–0; Caroline Smith (JM) d. Sarah Beale 8–0; Catesby Willis (JM) d. Tamia Walker 8–0; Sierra Ciarleglio (Ca) d. Alexandra Thorsted 8–4.
Doubles: Castles–L.C. King (JM) d. Washington–Argueta 8–1; Annie Dyer–Alicia Poulouse (JM) d. Walker–Beale 8–0; Libby King–Katie Janney (JM) d. Redding–Ashli Huggins 8–0.
BROOKE POINT 6, MOUNTAIN VIEW 3
After splitting the singles matches, Brooke Point swept the doubles matches to edge out Mountain View. The Black–Hawks (1–2) host North Stafford on Tuesday.
Singles: Samantha Barger (BP) d. Katelyn Bretzing 10–8; Kayleigh Yingling (MV) d. Laura Yang 10–5; Yousra Neberai (BP) d. Randi Thomas 10–4; Sherley Garnerone (MV) d. Kendra Bader 10–8; Veronica Dunbar (BP) d. Shelby Gage 10–0; Adriana Orozco (MV) d. Caroline Whitehouse 10–6.
Doubles: Barger /Bader (BP) d. Bretzing /Thomas 10–8; Yang/Neberai (BP) d. Yingling/Garnerone 10–5; Dunbar/Whitehouse (BP) d. Jasmine Ngyuen and Mikaela Cunningham 10–1.
KING GEORGE 8, CHANCELLOR 1
Chancellor’s No. 1 singles player, Ashley Prosser, remained undefeated this season, but the Chargers (1– 2) were unable to get the win over the Foxes.
King George is now 2–1 and plays at Fauquier on Monday.
Singles: Ashley Prosser (Ch) d. Katie Bailey 10-1; Amelia Howell (KG) d. Alexis McGee 10-1; Andrea Wine (KG) d. Jenny Lovas 10-5; Emily Martin (KG) d. Anna Du 10-1; Binh Dueng (KG) d. Megan Church 10-5; Megan Sewell (KG) d. Michaela Daye 10-3.
Doubles: Bailey/Howell (KG) d. Prosser/McGee 10-6; Wine/Martin (KG) d. Nansi Rodriguez/Desirea Tures 8-5; Martin/Sewell (KG) d. Du/Pepper Taylor 8-4.
RIVERBEND 5, WOODBRIDGE 0
Riverbend won swept the singles matches against Woodbridge before the match was called due to darkness.
The Bears (3–1) travel to Gar–Field on Monday.
Singles: Kelsey Truong (RB) d. Anna Pount 10-7; Katherine Johnson (RB) d. Sarah VanEck 10-4; Morgan King (RB) d. Brianna Gabaldon 10-3; Kayla Brooks (RB) d. Emily Muvane 10-2; Sydney Hanken (RB) d. Erin VanEck 10-1.