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Prep Roundup: Field hockey, volleyball

FROM STAFF REPORTS

After playing to a scoreless tie through regulation and overtime Albemarle and visiting Brooke Point went to sudden death strokes before the Black–Hawks were able to take home a 1–0 Commonwealth District field hockey win on Thursday.

Rachael Payne gave Brooke Point a 2–1 lead before goalie Maddie Davis (12 saves) blocked Albemarle’s next attempt to seal the win. Liz Washington converted the Hawks’ other shot.

Brooke Post hosts a district tournament quarterfinal on Tuesday.

FIELD HOCKEY

MASSAPONAX 2, RIVERBEND 1

Kelly McNult had a goal and an assist to help home-standing Massaponax get a Commonwealth District win.

Lauren Liberman scored for Riverbend (6–10), who will be on the road for a district tournament game on Tuesday.

Erin Kaila led the defense for the Panthers (6–10), who will also be on the road Tuesday.

VOLLEYBALL

MASSAPONAX 3, RIVERBEND 2

Emilee Hill had 15 kills and Rachel Jankovits added 14 to help homestanding Massaponax get a 25–20, 19–25, 25–19, 17–25, 15–11 Commonwealth District win.

Shannon Stefaniga had 27 digs, while Erica Cunningham added 21 assists and Ashley Satterwhite 18 for the Panthers (12–10, 7–8), who host Stafford on Monday.

Leaders for Riverbend (12–6, 9–6) were Miranda Mitchell with seven kills and four digs, Brett Pettus with nine digs and six kills, Ana Torres with seven kills and seven digs, Danielle Deiters with 25 assists and six aces, and Rebecca Statler with 21 digs.

The Bears visit Brooke Point on Tuesday.

MOUNTAIN VIEW 3, STAFFORD 1

Tori Larned recorded 10 kills and 15 blocks to lead the visiting Wildcats to a 25–6, 14–25, 25–21, 25–14 victory in their final Commonwealth District regular-season game.

Taylor Fernow and Sarah Weisband each had eight kills, while Katy Garrity contributed 40 digs for Mountain View (5–11), which next competes in the district tournament starting Thursday.

On its senior night, Stafford was led by its four seniors Jessie Gatanis, Dana Lee, Jen Quintero and Alex Thompson. The Indians (7–12, 3–12) visit Massaponax on Monday.

ALBEMARLE 3, BROOKE POINT 0

Visiting Albemarle took home a 25–13, 25–16, 25–6 win to remain unbeaten in the Commonwealth District.

Fill-in setter Cori Jacobson, who normally plays on the right side, stepped into the new position in the second and third game to provide the Black–Hawks (12–7, 8–7) with a lift.

Brooke Point hosts Riverbend on Tuesday.

COLONIAL FORGE 3, NORTH STAFFORD 0

Nori Thomas had 11 kills, Pressley Maghan 13 assists and Jenna Ulizio 15 digs for visiting Colonial Forge in a 25–18, 25–22, 25–12 Commonwealth District win.

Hope Kelley added nine kills and Leandra Tranquill four blocks for the Eagles (18–7, 14–1).

Leaders for North Stafford (11–8, 7–8) were Christine Jackson with eight digs, six blocks and four kills; Tiffany Barrett with nine kills and six digs; and Ebonie Hicks with 15 assists.

The Wolverines visit Orange on Tuesday.

SPOTSYLVANIA 3, CULPEPER 0

Katie Graham had seven kills, three digs and three aces, and Calli Stott totaled six aces, four digs, three kills and two blocks in visiting Spotsylvania’s 25–15, 25–16, 25–13 Battlefield District win.

Caitlin Chmielewski added 20 assists and three aces, while Courtney Chmielewski provided five kills and four blocks for the Knights (10–7, 10–2), who host Eastern View on Tuesday.

COURTLAND 3, JAMES MONROE 0

Bianca Rumbaugh had 33 assists, two blocks and six digs, and Anna Gallup added nine kills to help homestanding Courtland get a Battlefield District win.

Marisol Gonzalez had three kills and two blocks, Marybeth McBroom had five kills and Amanda DePalma had four, and Monika Willging added three digs and two aces for the Cougars (16–5, 12–0).

Courtland visits King George on Tuesday.

CAROLINE 3, KING GEORGE 2

Deja Anderson and Ayana Clayton had 10 kills apiece to pace the Cavaliers to a 25–27, 25–9, 25–15, 20–25, 15–11 Battlefield District victory on their senior night.

Anderson also provided 27 digs and five aces, while Clayton added 20 assists. Libero Brooke Brooks supplied 19 digs for Caroline (3–10, 5–10), which travels to Culpeper on Tuesday.

RAPPAHANNOCK 3, COLONIAL BEACH 0

Billy Gould led visiting Colonial Beach with five attacks, three blocks and two kills, but Rappahannock got a 25–14, 25–12, 25–8 Northern Neck District win.

The Drifters (0–17, 0–8) visit Quantico on Monday.

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