FLS Varsity brings you the scores, stats and stories from Fredericksburg-area high school sports.
HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP: Sobus, Leaf goals help Bears get win
Anna Sobus and Rachael Leaf each tallied to lead Riverbend to a 2–0 girls soccer win over visiting Brooke Point on Thursday.
Rachuel Tritt added an assist for the Bears (2–2), who host Mountain View on Tuesday.
Lauren Harrison had 14 saves in net for Brooke Point.
MOUNTAIN VIEW 8, POTOMAC 2
Melanie Lytle scored three goals and Erika Tomayko two as the Wildcats picked up a Conference 15 win.
Karli Beaumont, Olivia Bolton and Amari Hopkins also had goals for Mountain View (6–1, 2–0), which plays at Riverbend on Tuesday.
GLEN ALLEN 5, CAROLINE 1
Joel Tidman scored for Caroline which went into halftime tied 1–1 before visiting Glen Allen pulled away. Devon Wienand had a solid game in goal for the Cavaliers (0–4).
STAFFORD 7, MOUNTAIN VIEW 5
Sydney Ostrum, Rachel Riley and Haley–Anne Parish each scored twice and goalie Mikaela Brooks totaled 15 saves for Stafford to help the Indians get a 7–5 girls lacrosse win over visiting Mountain View on Thursday.
Morgan Everitt also scored and Parish added an assists, while Kelly Corsano and Taylor Hoppe led the defense for the Indians (2–3), who visit Hylton today.
NORTH STAFFORD 9, BROOKE POINT 3
Emily Murray, Sarabeth Bown and Kristen Edwards each scored twice to lead North Stafford to a home win.
Ali Baker added a goal and an assist for the Wolverines, who host Stafford on Monday.
MOUNTAIN VIEW 11, STAFFORD 2
Zach Randberger recorded four goals to help Mountain View remain undefeated.
Josh Donahue tallied three goals and Janson Doyle added two goals for the Wildcats (4–0), who host Colonial Forge on Monday.
NORTH STAFFORD 20, BROOKE POINT 10
Connor Bolen had six goals and Jacob Woodard five to help North Stafford get a win.
Tommy Davis also scored and goalie Kevon Brooks made seven saves behind a defense led by Caleb Hunter (five ground balls) for the Wolverines (4–1, 4–0), who visit Stafford on Monday.
Mike King led Brooke Point with five goals and two assists, while Ryan Schott had three goals and one assist.
Robbie Ryan (one goal, one assists), Orlando Levin (one goal) and Devon Weaver (one assists) also contributed to the scoring for the Black–Hawks (2–2), who visit Potomac today.
COLONIAL FORGE 13, WOODBRIDGE 4
Clay Miller scored five goals and had four assists to lead Colonial Forge to a win.
Kyle Carnaghi and Koa Patton netted three goals each and Jake Maupin added a goal for the Eagles (4–0), who visit Mountain View on Monday.
TRACK & FIELD
CAROLINE AT SPOTSYLVANIA
Visiting Caroline swept the Knights, winning the girls meet 64–54 and the boys competition 90–42.
100 meters: JaQuan Monroe (C) 12.14; 200: Elijah Archier (C) 24.55; 400: Mark Rollins (C) 55.04; 800: Reggie Twisdale (C) 2;15.20; 1,600: Michael Williams (C) 4:56.60; 3,200: Aaron Carter (C) 10:29.70; 110 hurdles: Christopher Jackson (C) 15.64; 300 hurdles: Shareef Gardner (C) 43.64; 400 relay: Caroline 45.74; 1,600 relay: Spotsylvania 3:59.00; 3,200 relay: Caroline 9:02.30;
Shot put: Malik Ramandane (S) 43–2; Discus: Dennis Evans (C) 92–0; Long jump: Nicholas Smith (S) 21–2; Triple jump: Smith (S) 41–7; High jump: Darius Young (C) 5–10; Pole vault:
100: Alantra Mines (C) 13.84; 200: Malia Herndon (C) 30.44; 400: Jordyn Jefferson (C) 1:05.84; 800: Jessica Dean (S) 3:45.00; 1,600: Lauren Simpson (S) 7:44.60; 3,200: Haylee McGuire (S) 13:55.00; 100 hurdles: Zoe Williams (C) 18.74; 300 hurdles: Williams (C) 58.24; 400 relay: Caroline 55.04; 1,600 relay: Caroline 4:35.20; 3,200 relay: Spotsylvania 11:57.70.
Shot put: Shatia Johnson (S) 27–7; Discus: Johnson (S) 48–3; Long jump: Mines (C) 14–9; Triple jump: Mines (C) 33–1; High jump: Morgan Shoulders (S) 4–10.