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High school roundup: Baseball, softball, soccer, lacrosse

FROM STAFF REPORTS

Josh Fones was 3-for-4 and picked up the win on the mound, and Riney Brown smacked to grand slam Thursday to help Washington & Lee to a 10–1 baseball win over Mathews at the Deltasville Tournament.

Dylan Clark went 3-for-4 with a homer and three RBIs and Carrington Balderson added two hits for the Eagles (3–2), who will play in Friday’s title game.

R H E

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Mathews 0000 010 1 3 2

JOSH FONES and Cameron Taylor. RICHARD EWELL, Jacob Cooke (7) and Andrew Kemp.

BASEBALL

COLONIAL FORGE 10,

NORTH STAFFORD 0

Corey Schaeffer threw five strikeouts in relief for the Eagles to seal the win as Colonial Forge defeated North Stafford in Commonwealth District action.

Anthony Malocu smashed two doubles for the Eagles (7–2), who visit Stonewall Jackson on Friday.

R H E

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Colonial Forge 212 5x 10 8 1

HUNTER KOHN, Brady Fox (4), Nick Skidmore (4), and Logan Moore. CARTER SIWECK, Cory Schaeffer (4), and Drew Mikula.

ESSEX 10, KING WILLIAM 2

Kinston Carson finished 2-for-3 with three RBIs and two runs scored to help Essex get a nondistrict win.

Nick Ward added two hits, an RBI and a run scored for the Trojans (5–1).

R H E

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Essex 9010 00x 10 10 3

CUMBER, Balderson (1), McGehee (6) and Burch. REGGIE JOHNSON and Taylor Shakleford.

Colonial Beach 9,

Rapp. County 3

Gavin Lutz threw four strikeouts for the Drifters held Rappahannock scoreless until he was relieved as he led Colonial Beach to victory.

Kamron Smith went 4-for-4 with a homerun and three RBI’s and Nick Graves added three hits to help the Drifter offence excel.

Colonial Beach (6–0) will play in a Disney World Tournament next Wednesday.

R H E

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Colonial Beach 7000 11X 9 13 0

GARFIELD BURKE, Evan Hitt (4), and Dylon Hitt. GAVIN LUTZ, Kamron Smith (5), Nick Graves (6), DezJohn Parker (7), and Josh Thomas.

SPOTSYLVANIA 13, JM 3

Tommy Houck was 3-for-3 with three RBIs, and Logan Chandler added two hits and four RBIs for Spotsylvania in a Battlefield District win over James Monroe.

Other leaders for the Knights (6–2, 3–0) were Jacob Conradt-Eberlin with two hits and two stolen bases, Trevor Talley with two hits and an RBI, and Dylan Luttrell with three RBIs.

Jesus Garcia had an RBI-double and Evan Destian had a triple for JM.

Spotsylvania visits Atlantic Shores Christian on Saturday.

R H E

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Spotsylvania 110 083 13 14 2

PETER McAULIFF, Evan Destian (5), Tyler Martinez (6) and Josh Muench. Travis Huber, TREVOR TALLEY (4) and Tommy Houck.

FCS 18, HIGHLAND 4

Brandon Chenault struck out seven on the mound for the win and went 2-for-2 with a double, triple and four RBIs for Fredericksburg Christian in a Delaney Athletic Conference win.

Jed Fordham added two doubles and three RBIs for the Eagles (3–5, 2–1), who visit Greenbrier Christian on Saturday.

R H E

Highland 102 10 4 1 5

FCS 272 7x 18 10 2

GRAHAM and Elias. BRANDON CHENAULT, Jake Huber (3) and Anthony Anzelmo.

SOFTBALL

SPOTSYLVANIA 5, JM 0

Brittany Leonard finished 3-for-3 with a triple and two RBIs to help Spotsylvania get a Battlefield District win against James Monroe.

Casey Scheaffer had two hits and three RBIs for the Knights (5–0, 3–0), who visit King George on Tuesday.

R H E

James Monroe 0000 000 0 3 0

Spotsylvania 1020 200 5 8 0

KATHLEEN MacINDOE and C. Brown. JENNIFER BONALEWICZ and Casey Scheaffer.

COLONIAL BEACH 10,

RAPPAHANNOCK COUNTY 1

Taylor Lee went 3-for-4 with two runs scored and Carley Graves had a triple for Colonial Beach in a nondistrict win. The Drifters (5–1) visit Fredericksburg Christian on Friday.

R H E

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Colonial Beach 0100 63x 10 8 2

C. MILLER and C. Fletcher. KARLEY INSCOE and Carley Graves.

BOYS SOCCER

COLONIAL FORGE 4,

NORTH STAFFORD 2 (OT)

Luke Schmiegel scored on a penalty kick and John Iwancio sealed Colonial Forge’s win with a late insurance goal in overtime, giving the Eagles a 4–2 Commonwealth District boys soccer victory against North Stafford on Thursday night.

Tim Clancy and Kevin Roberts each scored in regulation to give Colonial Forge a 2–0 lead. However, the Wolverines score two goals in the final eight minutes to tie it up and send the game into overtime.

North Stafford hosts Riverbend on Friday, while the Eagles (5–1) host Orange on Tuesday.

GIRLS SOCCER

NORTH STAFFORD 2,

COLONIAL FORGE 1

Sara Sebuck and Sydney Melillo scored to lead the Wolverines to a Commonwealth District win. Keeper Jenna Gressly made 10 saves and had a shutout until the Eagles’ Niomi Serrano scored in the game’s final minute.

North Stafford (4–2) visits Riverbend on Friday.

BOYS LACROSSE

COLONIAL FORGE 18, STAFFORD 2

Austin Sims scored 11 goals and had one assist for the Eagles as they defeated Stafford in Commonwealth District play.

Reed Koucher had two goals and four assists, and Marcus Boyer added three goals for Colonial Forge (5–0), which will host Massaponax on Monday.

MOUNTAIN VIEW 10, CULPEPER 9

Johnny Pellez scored three goals including the game–winner, and the Wildcats defeated Culpeper.

Jake Murtha had three goals and Cory Ohlin added two scores for Mountain View (5–1), which hosts North Stafford on Friday.

FRED. ACADEMY 7, SETON 1

Goalie Matt Kirchner stopped 32 of 33 shots faced to help Fredericksburg Academy get a Delaney Athletic Conference win.

Wednesday’s results

SOFTBALL

PRINCE GEORGE 4, ESSEX 3

Visiting Essex scored three runs in the third inning to take an early lead, but Prince George (5–0) scored three times in the last two innings to get a nonndistrict win.

The Trojans (0–5) visit New Kent on April 3.

R H E

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Prince George 1000 012 4 5 0

Essex—B. JORDAN and K. Saunders.

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