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LIONS GET FIRST-EVER WIN
FROM STAFF REPORTS
LOUISA 1, POWHATAN 0 (OT)
Kate Chisholm set up Courteney Dunivan for the game-winning goal in overtime to give Louisa a 1–0 Jefferson District win at Powhatan on Thursday.
The win was the first-ever victory for the Lions, who were led in shots by Chisholm and Serena Hutchins with four each.
FREDERICKSBURG CHRISTIAN 3,
Madeline Santschi scored twice and Anna Marshal once for Fredericksburg Christian in their home opener.
Sarah Goodnough provided an assist and goalie Bridgitte Root made four saves to earn the shutout for the Eagles, who host Highland today.
MASSAPONAX 4, ALBEMARLE 0
Kiley Cloude had two goals and Kelly McNult had a goal and an assist to help homestanding Massaponax get a Commonwealth District win.
Katie Brennan also scored, while Sam Frain (two) and Kenzie Raines dished out assists for the Panthers (3–6, 3–6), who visit Mountain View on Tuesday.
BROOKE POINT 3, ORANGE 1
Kate Kennedy, Rachael Payne and Katie Beiswanger each scored once for Brooke Point in a Commonwealth District home win.
Kristen Johnson added an assist for the Black–Hawks (8–2, 8–2), who host Albemarle on Monday.
MOUNTAIN VIEW 7, NORTH STAFFORD 0
Six players scored goals for visiting Mountain View, led by two from Bailey McCarthy in the Wildcats’ Commonwealth District win.
Bryce Barnes, Caity Maffia, Emily Johnson, Morgan LaRowe and Camille Unruh also scored, while Olivia Hubert and Lauren Graves had an assist each for Mountain View (9–0, 9–0), which hosts Massaponax on Tuesday.
COLONIAL FORGE 2, RIVERBEND 0
Amy Dziekowicz scored twice to lead visiting Colonial Forge to a Commonwealth District win.
Taylor Sullivan, Molly Fontenot, Haley Kilgore, Rachel Broadwell and Avery Warner helped keep the Bears (2–7, 2–7) in the game.
Riverbend hosts Orange on Tuesday.
NORTH STAFFORD 3, MOUNTAIN VIEW 0
Tiffany Barrett had 18 kills and Christine Jackson totaled eight solo blocks for North Stafford in a 25–4, 25–17, 25–16 Commonwealth District home win.
Ebonie Hicks added 13 assists and Cheyenne Colley 16 digs for the Wolverines (8–5, 5–5), who visit Albemarle on Tuesday.
BROOKE POINT 3, ORANGE 1
Desiree Claxton had 11 digs, seven kills and three aces, and Jasmine Jones registered 11 kills and six blocks for visiting Brooke Point in a 21–25, 25–22, 28–26, 26–24 Commonwealth District win.
Lindsay Harrison, Stephanie Buccola, Summer Rivera and Nia Cox provided solid play for the Black–Hawks (12–1, 8–1), who host Albemarle on Monday.
ALBEMARLE 3, MASSAPONAX 0
Colleen Beaver had six kills, four blocks and two aces for Massaponax, but visiting Albemarle earned a 25–20, 25–17, 25–19 Commonwealth District win.
Rachel Jankovits provided eight kills and six digs, while Kailyn Sonnenberg chipped in 11 digs for the Panthers (8–8, 4–6), who host Courtland on Monday.
SPOTSYLVANIA 3, EASTERN VIEW 1
Katie Graham had 22 digs, 13 kills and two aces, and Callie Stott added 14 digs, eight kills and two blocks to help visiting Spotsylvania get a 25–19, 25–17, 21–25, 25–19 Battlefield District win.
Caitlin Chmielewski had 26 assists and three kills, and Britney Kendrick supplied eight kills for the Knights (4–6, 4–1), who host Chancellor on Monday.
COURTLAND 3, KING GEORGE 0
Homestanding Courtland used a complete team effort to secure a 25–7, 25–13, 25–23 Battlefield District win.
Bianca Rumbaugh had 26 assists, Emily Jordan 10 kills and Brooke Cooper three kills for the Cougars (9–4, 5–0), who visit Massaponax on Monday.
CULPEPER 3, CAROLINE 0
Brandi Jackson had six kills, four digs and two aces for Caroline, but visiting Culpeper earned a 25–23, 25–21, 25–10 Battlefield District win.
India Holmes contributes five assists, two aces, two digs and two kills, and Bo Hayes added four blocks and three digs for the Cavaliers (3–4, 1–3), who entertain Courtland on Tuesday.
CHANCELLOR 3, JAMES MONROE 0
Shea Sullivan had 22 kills to pace the Chargers to the 25–10, 25–15, 25–12 Battlefield District home win.
Sydney Jackson had six kills and Laura Woods recorded three kills and three blocks for Chancellor (5–9, 4–1), which travels to Spotsylvania on Monday.
NORTHUMBERLAND 3, COLONIAL BEACH 0
The host Indians rolled to a 25–8, 25–13, 25–5 Northern Neck District victory.
McKenzie Conway had three aces and one kill for Colonial Beach (0–11, 0–2), which hosts Rappahannock on Tuesday.
FREDERICKSBURG CHRISTIAN 2, HIGHLAND 1
Brandon Chang and Moziah Ferguson each scored once, while David Schools added an assist to lift Fredericksburg Christian to a win.
Fill-in sweeper Ian Woods led the defense for the Eagles (6–2–2), who visit Covenant School on Tuesday.
FREDERICKSBURG ACADEMY 7, RANDOLPH–MACON 0
Fredericksburg Academy earned a Delaney Athletic Conference win.
Singles: Emma Vance (FA) d. Anastasia Voellm 8–1, Kendra Nedell (FA) d. Cozette Boakye 8–0, Lucy Castles (FA) d. Enyonam Odoom 8–1, Sam King (FA) d. Amelia Zipparo 8–0, Amanda Smithson (FA) d. Siqin Xie 8–0.
Doubles: Vance–King (FA) d. Voellm–Boakye 8–2, Nedell–Castles (FA) d. Odoom–Siqi Tang 8–0.
CHANCELLOR 9, KING GEORGE 0
Chloe Fernandez scored four times in the Chargers’ Battlefield District win. Chelsea Galera added two goals and Kate Colley, Katherine Hull and Kenzie Neylon one each. Hull had three assists and Colley two.