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HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP: Cougars hold on to best Cavs

Tori Littles and Ira Roberts recorded two hits each to lead Courtland to a 6–5 softball win at Caroline on Thursday.

Vicki Varner struck out five on the mound for the Cougars (3–7), who host Eastern View on April 22.

Allison Morrow tallied two hits for Caroline.

R H E

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Caroline 2002 001 5 6 4

KENNEDY BOUCHES, Vicki Varner (4), and Erin Dymon. ALLISON MORROW and Blake Seal.

SOFTBALL

MASSAPONAX 11–5, CHANCELLOR 2–3

Caylin Spencer drove in three runs with a triple and two singles in the opener, and added two more hits in the second game to help Massaponax sweep a doubleheader.

Tori Risner hit a two-run home run in the second game, while adding two hits and two RBIs in the first—as did Taylor Rinker—for the Panthers (7–4), who visit Riverbend on May 6.

Heather McDaniel and Marisa Soto each had three hits for Chancellor in the second matchup.

First Game R H E

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Massaponax 164 0x 11 13 0

EMILY ROSENBERG and Tori Risner. HEATHER MCDANIEL and Riley Pates.

Second Game R H E

Massaponax 102 02 5 5 1

Chancellor 003 00 3 7 2

Healy Rosenberg, EMILY ROSENBERG (4) and Tori Risner. HEATHER MCDANIEL and Riley Pates.

COLONIAL FORGE 4, MOUNTAIN VIEW 2

Elena Hruska and Lauren Vastano each had RBI doubles in the ninth inning to help the Eagles get a win.

Gracie Scheel had a game-tying RBI double in the seventh inning, and Jordan Casey contributed two hits for Colonial Forge (4–6), which visits Brooke Point on April 29.

Kelsey Romine and Emily White tallied two hits each for Mountain View (8–4), which visits Massaponax on April 29.

R H E

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Mount. View 000 200 000 2 8 0

LAUREN VASTANO and Emily Bradford. TAYLOR LEVESQUE and Emily White.

BROOKE POINT 2, STAFFORD 0

Gabby Palmer pitched a two-hit shutout and Chyann Hooker hit a two-run double in the bottom of the sixth inning for the game’s only runs in Brooke Point’s win.

Tiffany Hedge had one of Stafford’s two hits and reached base three times.

The Black–Hawks (4–5) visit Stafford on April 28.

R H E

Stafford 0000 000 0 2 0

Brooke Point 0000 020 2 6 0

GABBY PALMER and Chelsea Brooks. MADDIE MERVINE and Kristen Weadon.

 

BASEBALL

OSBOURN PARK 9, BROOKE POINT 8 (8 INN.)

Christian Rice had a double and three RBIs for Brooke Point, but Osbourn Park pushed across a run in the eighth inning to get a win in a game played at Pfitzner Stadium, the home field of the Potomac Nationals.

Nick Trio and Tony Cleary each went 2 for 4 for the Black–Hawks (5–4).

R H E

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Osbourn Park 03 30 20 01 9 9 3

Joe Trio, Nick Trio (3), BRANDON ROBERTS (7) and Corey Stoneman. Altread, Neal (4), C. Anerson (5), Z. YOCHUM (6) and Read Mszar.

EASTERN VIEW 11, NORTHERN NASH 0

A.J. Stead threw the fourth no-hitter in school history, striking out 12 and walking only two, to carry Eastern View to a win.

Stewart Paz had two hits and two RBIs with Chayton Lukkes and David Laird picking up two hits apiece for the Cyclones (4–4), who play East Wake today.

R H E

Eastern View 2001 116 11 11 0

Northern Nash 0000 000 0 0 0

A.J. STEAD and Austin Huff. J. GREEN, C. Haggerty (5), A. Cook (7), and Greenburg.

CAROLINE 4, COURTLAND 3

Rasharrd Harris picked up the game-winning two-RBI hit in the seventh inning to lift Caroline (4–4) to a win.

R H E

Courtland 1000 002 3 2 2

Caroline 0002 002 4 3 2

ZACH SMITH and Chasin Haught. Cole Grinde, ALEX DESJARLAIS (5), and Ryan Hickman.

 

GIRLS SOCCER

CHANCELLOR 2, KING GEORGE 1

Alex Berg and Michelle Bezeredi tallied one goal each to lead Chancellor to a 2–1 girls soccer win over visiting King George on Thursday.

Tori Bailey stopped six shots in goal for the Chargers (2–3–1), who visit Caroline today.

Gabby Caron scored the lone goal, with Lauren Howard assisting on the play for King George, which visits Liberty on April 29.

COURTLAND 9,CAROLINE 0

Emily Caporali scored three goals and provided an assist to help the Cougars shut out the Cavaliers.

Paige Robertson chipped in two goals; Kayla Locklear had a goal and two assists; and Kyra Locklear, Tina Lett and Sarah D’Addio scored one goal apiece.

Courtland (9–0) returns from spring break to face the Cyclones at Eastern View on April 29.

COLONIAL FORGE 2, RIVERBEND 0

Teresa Tripodi and Niomi Serrano tallied to help Colonial Forge to a conference win.

Stephanie Hendrie and Kate Roberts had one assist each, and Rachel Carr had six saves in net for the Eagles, who entertain Brooke Point on April 29.

Riverbend (2–5) visits Stafford on April 29.

 

BOYS SOCCER

JAMES MONROE 1, KING GEORGE 0

Josh Contreras scored the game-winning goal to give James Monroe the win.

King George (2–6) hosts Liberty on April 28.

COURTLAND 8, CAROLINE 0

Jake Hoppel and Jeremy Hokenson each tallied three goals for visiting Courtland. David Mabry and Colton Walker each scored once.

Hoppel, LJ Jones, CJ Peranio provided two assist each for the Cougars (4–2–2), who host Eastern View on April 29.

Goalie Devon Wienand made seven saves, while teammate Joe Thorne recorded eight for Caroline.

ORANGE 1, POWHATAN 1

Collin Marr scored a goal for Orange in a game that ended in a tie. Orange (1–4–1) visits Louisa on Monday.

 

GIRLS LACROSSE

FOXCROFT 18, FREDERICKSBURG ACADEMY 2

Colleen Norair and Meghan Norair scored Fredericksburg Academy’s goals in a loss to top-ranked Foxcroft School.

The Falcons (3–4) are off until April 29 when they visit Trinity Christian.

MOUNTAIN VIEW 16, BROOKE POINT 2

Mountain View played solid defense and offense in its win at Brooke Point.

MASSAPONAX 15, NORTH STAFFORD 7

Domi Negron had four goals, while Madison Callan provided three goals and three assists, and Brittney Hughes notched three scores for Massaponax.

Gabby Giannone (two), Savannah Callan (two) and Brittney Cornelius also scored for the Panthers. Savannah Callan (two), Marissa Haplin and Jenna Corvin also added assists, while Amanda Liverette made 10 saves.

For North Stafford, Emily Murray and Ali Baker each scored twice, while Onyx Jenkins, Kristen Edwards and Jenifer Benitez each tallied one.

 

BOYS LACROSSE

NORTH STAFFORD 18, MASSAPONAX 3

Cheyney Talbert registered two goals and four assists, and Ryan Barrett compiled three goals and one helper in homestanding North Stafford’s win.

Connor Bolin added two scores and two assists, and Ian Watson collected 12 ground balls for the Wolverines (6–2), who host Mountain View on April 28.

 

GIRLS TENNIS

JM 9, CHANCELLOR 0

Singles: Lucy Castles (JM) d. Ashley Prosser 10–3, Alicia Palouse (JM) d. Alexis McGee 10–0, Annie Dyer (JM) d. Jenny Lovas 10–2, Cassie Olson (JM) d. Megan Church 10–1, Libby King (JM) d. Michaela Day 10–1, Caroline Smith (JM) d. Natalie Contres 10–3.

Doubles: Castles–L.C. King (JM) d. McGee–Lovas 10–1, Emily Frank–Olson (JM) d. Chruch–Nansi Rodriguez 10–0, Smith–Catesby Lillis (JM) d. Anna Du–Desiree Pures 10–6.

Records: James Monroe 9–0, 4–0. Chancellor 4–5, 2–3.

MASSAPONAX 8, MOUNTAIN VIEW 1

Singles: Maria Sylvia (Ma) d. Katelyn Bretzing 10-6; Jenna Phillips (Ma) d. Kayleigh Yingling 10-5; Sareena Patel (Ma) d. Randi Thomas 10-8; Nimi Kaur (Ma) d. Adriana Orozco 10-4; Michelle Alty (Ma) d. Jasmin Nguyen 10-5; Micaela Silvia (Ma) d. Mikaela Cunningham 10-1.

Doubles: Sylvia/Phillips (Ma) d. Bretzing/Thomas 10-4; Yingling/Orozco (MV) d Patel/Kelly McNult 10-5; Noel Sloss/Maddie McNult (Ma) d. Nguyen/Cunningham 10-4.

Record: Massaponax 7–3, 3–0 (April 28, home vs. North Stafford).

COLONIAL FORGE 9, BROOKE POINT 0

Singles: Jessica Suddreth (CF) d. Samantha Barger 10-0; Natalie Fritz (CF) d. Laura Young 10-5; Madeleine Russell (CF) d. Yousra Neberai 10-1; Morgan Meyer (CF) d. Veronica Dunbar 10-2; Emily Bloom (CF) d. Caroline Whitehouse 10-1; Nicole Mares (CF) d.Laurel Thoreson 11-10 (7-5).

Doubles: Suddreth/Fritz (CF) d. Barger/Dunbar 10-1; Russell/Meyer (CF) d. Young/Neberai 10-2; Bloom/Mares (CF) d. Whitehouse/Mary Foley 11-10 (7-1).

Records: Colonial Forge 9–1.

STAFFORD 7, RIVERBEND 2

Singles: Josie Gresko (St) d. Kelsey Truong 6-0, 6-0; Natalie Bohmke (St) d. Katherine Johnson 6-0, 6-0; Amanda Smithson (St) d. Morgan King 6-1, 6-3; Teresa Francom (St) d. Kayla Brooks 6-1, 6-2; Brooke Harmon (St) d. Taylor O’Dell 7-6 (7-2), 2-6, 7-6 (8-6); Sydney Hanken (Rb) d. Stephanie Razza 6-4, 6-1.

Doubles: J. Gresko/N. Bohmke (St) d. K. Johnson/Nicole Anupol 10-0; T. O’Dell/K. Truong (Rb) d. T. Francom/B. Harmon 10-7; Madie Osleger/A. Smithson (St) d. K. Brooks/Maggie Sulzbach 10-7.

Records: Stafford 11–0, 5–0; Riverbend 7–4 (May 1, home vs. Massaponax).

 

BOYS TENNIS

COLONIAL FORGE 9, BROOKE POINT 0

Singles: Blake Sharp (CF) d. Christian Krawczyk 10–1, Thomas Gearey (CF) d. Tristian Hume 10–3, Fred Zhao (CF) d. Zach Rumble 10–1, Joey Cruz (CF) d. Robert Etheridge 10–1, Wade Suddreth (CF) d. Lucas Artze 10–1, Ryan Lyle (CF) d. Takahiro Yamamoto 10–2.

Doubles: Sharp–Gearey (CF) d. Krawczyk–Hume 10–0, Cruz–Suddreth (CF) d. Etheridge–Arges 10–4, Zhao–Lyle (CF) d. Rumble–Yamamoto 10–0.

Records: Colonial Forge 10–0.

RIVERBEND 6, STAFFORD 3

Singles: Ryan Truong (Rb) w. walkover, Darius Boles (Rb) d. Chris Vaughn 6–4, 6–2; Joseph Leonarkis (Rb) d. Ridge Dodd 6–0, 6–2; Patrick McManus (Rb) d. Bryan Hannah 4–6, 6–2, 6–0; Steven Hannah (St) d. Hunter O’Dell 6–4, 6– 4; John Shin (St) Dusten Rees 6–4, 2–6, 6–2

Doubles: Truong–Boles (Rb) w. walkover, Leonarkis–McManus (Rb) d. Vaughn–Dodd 10–6, Shin–Shane Daveler (St) d. Josh Glymph–Thomas Brooks 10–0.

Records: Riverbend 9–1, 4–0.

JM 7, CHANCELLOR 2

Singles: Walton Mahon (JM) d. Cameron Johnson 10–1; Warner Cohen (JM) d. Josh Renson 10–3; Zach Musten (C) d. Jaren Jackson 10–8; Klaus Haroldson (JM) d. James Triplett 10–0; Phillip Oliverus (JM) d. Tion Edmonds 10–3; Kindrek Wilkins (JM) d. Tommy Nguyen 10–2.

Doubles: Mahon/Cohen (JM) d. Johnson/Renson 10–3; Musten/Edmonds (C) d. Andrew Hall/Edward Hoffman 10–4; Jacob Reader/Zane Lendeck (JM) d. Chris Bear/Triplett 10–5.

Records: James Monroe 9–0.

MASSAPONAX 7, MOUNTAIN VIEW 2

Singles: Mitch Figgers (Ma) d. Nico Samonte 10-6; Matt Van Valkenberg (Ma) d. Justin Hall 10-2; Matt Darling (MV) d. Tim Hanson 10-6; Mick Torrey (MV) d. Sean Conlee 10-2; Tyler Van Valkenberg (Ma) d. Ben Simmons 10-6; Will Vaughn (Ma) d. Matt Mills 10-6.

Doubles: Figgers/M. Van Valkenberg (Ma) d. Samonte/Hall 10-1; Conlee/T. Van Valkenberg (Ma) d. Darling/Torrey 10-8; Hanson/Vaughn (Ma) d. Ryan Pettry/Martin Hanse, 10-2.

Records: Massaponax 3–6, 3–0; Mountain View 4–7, 2–1.

 

Wednesday’s results

BASEBALL

ORANGE 12, CHARLOTTESVILLE 1

Antonio Murphy limited the Black Knights to a run on two hits while fanning 10 as the Hornets won in a rout.

Jacob Haney doubled, singled and scored twice to pace Orange (2–4).

R H E

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Orange 0600 150 12 12 0

WRIGHT and Finkle. ANTONIO MURPHY and Wyatt Ferguson.

MASSAPONAX 4, COURTLAND 3

Mike Gallagher and Wade Riley scored on seventh-inning walks in the Panthers’ win over Courtland.

Gallagher also struck out seven for Massaponax (4–4), which plays in the Cal Ripken Experience in Myrtle Beach, S.C., on Tuesday.

R H E

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Massaponax 0020 002 4 3 4

Zach Teeple, CHAFIN HAUGHT (6) and Haught, n/a (6). Mike Gallagher, JACOB SEIBERT (6) and Wade Riley.

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