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HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP: Moore leads Wolverines past Riverbend
Winning pitcher Cullen Moore struck out nine and picked up two hits at the plate to lead North Stafford tp a 4–2 baseball victory over Riverbend on Monday.
Tyler Bailey had two hits and an RBI, and Austin Meyer had an RBI for the Wolverines (6–4).
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North Stafford 1000 21x 4 9 1
ANTHONY BURKE and Bryce Runey. CULLEN MOORE and Ian Pate.
SPOTSYLVANIA 8, COURTLAND 3
Dylan Luttrell recorded three hits and two RBIs and Jonathan Mullins picked up two hits for Spotsylvania (4–2), which hosts Orange Friday.
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Spotsylvania 1005 02x 8 7 2
GRIFFIN LOBER, Conner Forster (4), Jordan Pates (6) and Tommy Haught. DYLAN LUTTRELL, Nick Smith (7) and Jonathan Mullins.
POTOMAC 4, MOUNTAIN VIEW 3
Clay Shaw was 3-for-4 with two RBIs for Mountain View, but Potomac got the win in the Let’s Play Two Tournament.
Jackson Galvin also went 3-for-4, including two doubles for the Wildcats (5–7).
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Mountain View 0111 000 3 11 2
Nate Volz, John Caicado (3), CODY STEELE (4), Alex Burke (7) and Drew Blevins. Dylan Hall, RANDY TYDINGS (5), Jacob Menders and Alex Smith.
COLONIAL BEACH 7–4, AMELIA 3–3
Nick Graves mashed a home run and had six RBIs to lead Colonial Beach to a doubleheader sweep.
Cal Hoinscoe added two hits in the opener. Carlos Bermudez picked up a double and walked twice in the nightcap for the Drifters.
Game 1 R H E
Amelia 300 00 3 3 0
Colonial Beach 201 3x 7 7 2
BELCHER and Holder. NICK WHITE and Trevor Delane.
Game 2 R H E
Colonial Beach 202 00 4 3 1
Amelia 200 01 3 6 2
CARLOS BERMUDEZ and Cameron Smith. WILLIAMS and Holder.
KING GEORGE 7, CHANCELLOR 0
Ashley Nalls struck out 10 in a three-hit shutout and Alexis Sheehan and Monica Brandts had two hits each for the Foxes (4–0).
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ASHLEY NALLS and Kaylee Wright. HEATHER MacDANIEL and Riley Pates.
BROOKE POINT 10, CAROLINE 3
Cheyann Hooker had two hits and three runs scored to help Brooke Point get a win.
Lacey Chambers also had two hits for the Black–Hawks (3–5), who visit Stafford today.
Bria Malloy totaled three hits for Caroline.
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Brooke Point 4100 23x 10 7 1
BLAKE SEAL and Kayleigh Buchman. GABBY PALMER and Chelsea Brooks.
NORTH STAFFORD 7, RIVERBEND 4
Nicole Badami struck out 10 and hit a two-run triple in the Wolverines’ win. Hannah Thompson had a key two-run single in the fourth inning, and Sam Barbarczuk and Sygourni Johnson each added two hits for the Wolverines (6–5, 3–1), who play at Potomac April 30.
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North Stafford 0030 40x 7 6 2
MALLORY RATCLIFF and Christina Beck. NICOLE BADAMI and Lauren Richardson, Nytasha Johnson (5).
STONEWALL JACKSON 11, COLONIAL FORGE 9
Lauern Vastano finished the night 3-for-3, while Saxston Schubert had a double, a triple and two RBIs for homestanding Colonial Forge.
The Eagles (3–6) host Mountain view today.
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Colonial Forge 0005 202 9 14 8
J. MILLER and K. Schumacher. LAUREN VASTANO and Emily Bradford.
ORANGE 4, ALBEMARLE 1
Lexy Bledsoe, Terra Goode and Jaimie Anderson each had two hits for Orange. The Hornets (5–1) host Charlottesville tonight.
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Albemarle 1000 000 1 3 1
HANNAH JONES and Lexy Bledsoe. BROOKE McALLISTER and Kaitlin Kean.
SPOTSYLVANIA 7, COURTLAND 6
Ginny Sorrell was 2-for-2 with two RBIs and a run scored to help Spotsylvania edge Courtland.
Chelsea McCabe and Carine Sorrell each added two stolen bases for the Knights (4–2).
Brooke Belcastro finished 3-for-4 with a run scored, and Tori Littles had two hits and four RBIs for the Cougars.
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MAKAYLA BAKER and Abigayle Harris. VICKI VARNER and E. Dymon
MASSAPONAX 10, COURTLAND 9 (OT)
Kyle Purdy’s sudden-death overtime goal gave the Panthers a win over Courtland’s club team.
Hunter Callan had three goals and two assists, including one in overtime, for Massaponax. Purdy and Chris Campbell also scored three goals apiece.
Jared Flamm had four goals, Brendan Perkins three and Austin Dunnigan two for Courtland.
COLONIAL FORGE 13, STAFFORD 1
Jake Maupin tallied five goals and five assists to help Colonial Forge to a win.
Clay Miller tallied seven times and Quinn Vandevelde had two goals for the Eagles (5–1), who visit Mountain View today.
NORTH STAFFORD 19, RIVERBEND 1
Cheyney Talbert netted six goals and added an assist, and Jacob Woodard scored three times to lead North Stafford (6–2), which hosts Massaponax on Thursday.
Collin Webb scored the lone goal for Riverbend.
COLONIAL FORGE 14, STAFFORD 8
Olivia Strobl netted six goals and had two assists to lead Colonial Forge to a win.
Katie Hatton scored three goals and Kennedy Buechner added two scores for the Eagles (5–0). Sydney Ostrum had a hat trick and Haley–Anne Parish scored two goals for Stafford (3–5).
RIVERBEND 14, NORTH STAFFORD 3
Emily Murray scored all three goals for the Wolverines.
W&L 1, WEST POINT 1
Luis Chipres scored off an assist from Jacob Daiger for Washington & Lee. Goalie Ryan Taylor registered seven saves, while Jay Jimms led the defense for the Eagles (3–0–4), who visit Rappahannock on April 23.
CHANCELLOR 1, COURTLAND 0
Devin Hewitt scored off an assist from Sam Frields with 15 minutes to play, and goalie Nick Peterson made three saves to help Chancellor get its first win at Courtland since 2007.
Mike Williams made three saves for the Cougars.
The Chargers (6–0) host Caroline today, while Courtland (4–2–2) visits the Cavaliers on Thursday.
JM 9, CHANCELLOR 0
Singles: Lucy Castles (JM) d. Ashley Prosser 10–4; Alicia Palouse (JM) d. Alexis McGee 10–0; L.C. King (JM) d. Megan Church 10–0; Libby King (JM) d. Jenny Lovais 10–4; Caroline Smith (JM) d. Michela Daye 10–3; Catseby Willis (JM) d. Nansi Rodriguez 10–1.
Doubles: Castles/L.C. King (JM) d. Prosser/McGee 10–2; Libby King/Katie Janney (JM) d. Church/Rodriguez 10–2; Smith/Willis (JM) d. Annu Du/Pepper Taylor 10–2.
Team records: JM 7–0 (4–0).
SPOTSYLVANIA 5, CAROLINE 4
Singles: Charde’ Washington (C) d. Cassie Crummett 8–5; Maggie Bryant (S) d. Erika Argueta 8–1; Hannah Bernard (S) d. Tamia Walker-Atwater 8–2; Hayley Mills (S) d. Sarah Beale 9–7; Tamiera Redding (C) d. Melody Cordle 8–1; Sierra Ciarleglio (C) d. Emily Bless 8–1.
Doubles: Crummett/Bryant (S) d. Washington/Argueta 7–3 tiebreaker; Bernard/Mills (S) d. Walker/Beale 8–6; Redding/Ashli Huggins (C) d. Hannah Clifford/Rebecca Wine 8–6.
COURTLAND 6, KING GEORGE 3
Singles: Zak Kegley (KG) d. Miguel Mitra 10–6; Marcus Mitra (Ct) d. Zack O’Campo 10–4; Devin Drake (KG) d. Hunter Davis 10–5; Cole Coghill (Ct) d. Anthony Wood 10–6’ Lyle Kindig (Ct) d. Logan Kraisser (10–5; Zach Knerr (Ct) d. Kaleb Sabo 10–1.
Doubles: Mitra/Mitra (Ct) d. Kegley/O’Campo 10–5; Drake/Wood (KG) d. Davis/Coghill 10–8; Kindig/Patrick Lucas (Ct) d. Kraisser/Sabo 10–3.
Team records: Courtland 8–3 (7–2); King George 3–6 (1–6).
HIGHLAND 7, FREDERICKSBURG ACADEMY 0
Singles: Jack Thomas (H) d. Peter Brown 8–0; Adam Fenton (H) d. Loic Bernard 8–0; Rich Gerhardt (H) d. Rohan Chandra 8–0; Ward VanDeWater (H) d. Ethan Stanton 8–0; Jim Bartz (H) d. Wyatt Davies 8–0.
Doubles: Thomas/VanDeWater (H) d. Brown/Chandra 8–1; Traves Stolterjoht/Gerhardt (H) d. Christopher Atkins/Stanton 8–0.
JAMES MONROE 8, CHANCELLOR 1
Singles: Walton Mahon (JM) d. Cameron Johnson 10–4; Warner Cohen (JM) d. Josh Renson 10–5; Zach Musten (C) d. Jaren Jackson 10–7; Klaus Haroldson (JM) d. Tron Edwards 10–1; Philip Oliverus (JM) d. J. Triplett 10–1; Kindrik Wilkins (JM) d. Tommy Nguyen 10–1.
Doubles: Mahon/Cohen (JM) d. Johnson/Renson 10–3; Andrew Hall/John Burke (JM) d. Musten/Edmonds 10–8; Edward Hoffman/Zane Landeck (JM) d. Chris Dear/Triplett 10–6.
Records: James Monroe 7–0
CAROLINE d. SPOTSYLVANIA 1
Singles: Robert Wheeler (Ca) d. Morgan Welter 8-1; Josh Zelenick (Ca) d. Michael Turner 8-0; Maleek Carey (Ca) d. Hunter Clifford 8-1; Anthony Adams (Ca) d. Sidney Matassa 8-1.
Doubles: Welter/Turner (Sp) d. Carey/Alister Polland 8-6; Nick Dalton/Adams (Ca) d. Clifford/Travis Smith 8-1.
LET’S PLAY TWO TOURNEY
Mountain View allowed just three total hits in shutting out Edison 9–0 and Thomas Jefferson 16–0. Three pitchers combined for a five-inning no-hitter in the nightcap.
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Edison 000 000 0 3 4
SEAN MORGAN, Brenden Canzoner (6) and Alex Smith. BRANDON FLOYD, Tripp Phillips (4) and Luis Pagan.
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Mountain View 610 27 16 13 1
T. Jefferson 000 00 0 0 3
JACOB POLLOCK, Dylan Hall (3), Jacob Menders (5) and Alex Smith, Kenny Rounds (5). Edison: n/a.