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HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP: Neal’s arm, bat help Courtland get victory

Jacob Neal struck out 10 and allowed one hit to pick up a complete-game win on the mound, and went 2-for-3 with a double and an RBI at the plate in Courtland’s 2–0 nondistrict baseball win against visiting Massaponax on Wednesday.

Austin Rickets and Aaron Jacobs added RBI hits for the Cougars (1–2), who visit Culpeper on Friday.

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L. PATRICK, R. Riley (5) and Branhan. JACOB NEAL and Auston Ricketts.

 

BASEBALL

COLONIAL FORGE 5, BROOKE POINT 0

Ronald Maniece, Cole Migliorini, John Gardner and David Edwards each had two hits, and Maniece added two RBIs to help Colonial Forge get a Commonwealth District win.

Michael Mares struck out eight for the Eagles (3–1), who visit Stafford today.

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JOE TRIO, Nick Trio and Colin Knight. MICHAEL MARES, Cole Migliorini (7) and Drew Mikula.

CHANCELLOR 11, W&L 1

Chris Weller went 2-for-4 with two RBIs and Chris Barlow struck out nine to help Chancellor get a nondistrict win.

Andrew LeMaster belted a solo home run and Michael Slebe added a hit and two RBIs for the Chargers (1–1), who visit King George on Friday.

Riney Brown smacked a solo homer to score Washington & Lee’s lone run.

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BROWN, Mundy (4), Bowen (6) and Samiel. CHRIS BARLOW and Michael Selbe.

KING GEORGE 4, ESSEX 3

Matthew Hunt finished 2-for-3 with a double and an RBI to help King George get a nondistrict win. Jay Buckner added two hits for the Foxes (1–1), who host Chancellor on Friday.

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Drew Berry, MARK ANTOSZ (3), Lane Ward (6) and Hunter Tolliver. LARKIN GRASS, Jamal Kelly (5) and Taylor Shakleford.

COLONIAL BEACH 3, WEST POINT 2

Sidney Horton had a two-run single in a three-run third inning to help Colonial Beach get a nondistrict win.

Nick Graves was strong on the mound, allowing no earned runs and striking out eight for the Drifters (3–0), who host James Monroe today.

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Mike Anerton, RICHARD MILLS (2) and Owen Buckner. NICK GRAVES and Josh Thomas.

ALBEMARLE 2, NORTH STAFFORD 0

Visiting Albemalre shut out North Stafford in Commonwealth District action. The Wolverines (3–1) travel to Riverbend on Friday.

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JOE BURRIS and Ty Pittman. BRADY FOX, Cullen Moore (4) and Ian Pape.

 

SOFTBALL

MASSAPONAX 5, COURTLAND 1

Taylor Lee struck out eight batters and the Panthers scored four runs in the sixth to get a nondistrict win.

Sydney Michael reached on a error, Tori Risner then doubled and Maiven McKnight, Adreanna Alsop and Alexis Rodriguez followed with hits to score runs in the decisive frame for Massaponax (4–0).

Kassie Moeller had a double, a singles and scored Courtland’s only run.

The Panthers visit Orange on Friday.

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TAYLOR LEE and Tori Risner. JENNA HENDLEY and Kassie Moeller.

BROOKE POINT 6, COLONIAL FORGE 2

Lacey Chambers had a triple, a double and three RBIs to help visiting Brooke Point get a Commonwealth District win.

Heather Money added two hits and an RBI, and Gabby Palmer added three hits, including a triple, for the Black–Hawks.

Amelia Stauffer had a triple and an RBI for Colonial Forge (2–5, 1–2), which visits Stafford today.

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GABBY PALMER and Chelsea Brooks. LAUREN VASTANO and Emily Bradford.

ALBEMARLE 3, NORTH STAFFORD 2

The Patriots (2–1) runs were all unearned, but they were enough to give Albemarle the Commonwealth District victory.

For North Stafford (1–3), Nytasha Johnson drove in her twin sister Sigourni on a third-inning double and later scored on a Patriot error.

North Stafford travels to Riverbend on Friday.

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McCALISTER, Chaney (4) and Kean. AMBER WOOD and Nytasha Johnson.

 

GIRLS TENNIS

COLONIAL FORGE (3–2) 9, BROOKE POINT 0

Singles: Brittany Suddreth (CF) d. Samantha Barger 10–6, Madeline Russell (CF) d. Marion Lerner 10–8, Natalie Fritz (CF) d. Laura Yang 10–7, Jessica Suddreth (CF) d. Jhadae Gordon 10–2, Emily Bloom (CF) d. Kendra Bader 10–8, Morgan Meyer (CF) d. Shannon Ciccarello 10–1.

Doubles: B. Suddreth–Meyer (CF) d. Barger–Gordon 10–2, Russeell–Fritz (CF) d. Lerner–Yang 10–4, J. Suddreth–Bloom (CF) d. Bader-Ciccarello 10–4.

JAMES MONROE (1–1) 9, CAROLINE 0

Singles: Alicia Palouse (JM) d. Charde Washington 8-0, Sarah Frank (JM) d. Labria Arrington 8–0, L.C. King (JM) d. Kathleen Lancto 8–0, Anna Mahon (JM) d. Erika Argueta 8–0, Libby King (JM) d. Markashia Washington 8–1, Caroline Smith (JM) d. Brie Muse 8–1.

Doubles: Frank–King (JM) d. C. Washington–Arrington 8–0, Palouse–Mahon (JM) d. Argueta–Elizabeth Castillo 8–0, Mackenzie Atkins–Katie Janney (JM) d. M. Washington–Khaliah Myers 8–2.

MASSAPONAX (2–2) 8, NORTH STAFFORD (1–4) 1

Singles: Maria Sylvia (Ma) Karen Me 10–5, Katie Brennan (Ma) d. Tori Giordano 10–8, Morgan Dean (NS) d. Emilee Hill 10–7, Lainey Farmer (Ma) d. Shleby Anderson 10–1, Jenna Phillips (Ma) d. Maddi Hill 10–2, Taylor Cartoski (Ma) d. Elizabeth Farace 10–7.

Doubles: Brennan–Hill (Ma) d. Giordano–Dean 10–5, Sylvia–Phillips (Ma) d. Me–Sarah Kuzemchak 10–3, Farmer–Cartoski (Ma) d. Anderson–Farace 10–4.

MOUNTAIN VIEW 7, ORANGE 2

Singles: Katy Garrity (MV) d. M. Fowler 10–0, Katie Sell (MV) d. M. Gudka 10–4, Claire Godfrey (MV) d. R. Eichmann 10–4, L. Meyers (Or) d. Nakisa Pirooz 10–2, Katelyn Bretzing (MV) d. M. Allen 11–9, A. Foster (Or) d. Randi Thomas 10–1.

Doubles: Gerrity–Yingling (MV) d. Fowler–Eichmann 10–2, Godfrey–Pirooz (MV) d. Benevides–Myers 10–6, Sell–Bretzing (MV) d. Gudka–Allen 10-3.

CULPEPER 7, CHANCELLOR 2

Singles: Ashley Prosser (Ch) d. Kursten Anderson 10–4, Kristen Ramey (Cu) d. Brittany Tennant 10–1, Randall Trout (Cu) d. Rainy Gibbs 10–4, Lexi Bates (Cu) d. Kelsey Underwood 10–0, Lyndsay Morgan (Cu) d. Jenny Lovas 10–2, Taylor Williams (Cu) d. Alexis McGee 10–1.

Doubles: Prosser–Tennant (Ch) d. Anderson–Ramey 11–9, Bates–Morgan (Cu) d. Gibbs–Cameron Dyson 8–1, Trout–Williams (Cu) d. Lovas–Ronniqua Bright 9–7.

 

BOYS TENNIS

RIVERBEND (4–0) 6, STAFFORD 3

Singles: Ian Howdyshell (Rb) d. Matt Coyne 10–4, Eric Kauffmann (St) d. Ryan Truong 10–7, Darius Boles (Rb) d. Chris Vaughn 10–4, Ridge Dodd (St) d. Brandon Holland 10–5, Patrick McManus (Rb) d. Stephen Hannah 11–9, Joseph Leonarkis (Rb) d. Brian Hannah 10–6.

Doubles: Howdyshell–Truong (Rb) d. Coyne–Kauffmann 10–1, Boles–Holland (Rb) d. Hannah–Hannah 10–4, Vaughn–Dodd (St) d. Leonarkis–Ben Jones 10–6.

COLONIAL FORGE 8, BROOKE POINT 1

Singles: Thomas Geavey (CF) d. Christian Krawczyk 10–4, Derrick Zahand (CF) d. Vinuth Koduru 10–1, James Nicolucci (CF) d. Tristan Hume 10–2, Fred Zhao (CF) d. Gray Worcester 10–4, Joey Cruz (CF) d. Jack Kolb 10–3, Parul Chhabra (BP) d. Wade Suddeth 10–8.

Doubles: Geavey–Zahand (CF) d. Krawczyk–Hume 10–1, Nicolucci–Zhao (CF) d. Koduru–Worcester 10–4, Cruz–Suddeth (CF) d. Chhabra–Kolb 10–4.

JAMES MONROE 8, CAROLINE 1

Singles: Walton Mahon (JM) d. Josh Zelenick 10–1, Henry Hoffman (JM) d. Tiquan Hudson 10–4, Warner Cohen (JM) d. Nick Dalton 10–4, Simon Hu (JM) d. Lyja Smith 10–3, Nathan Crowder (JM) d. Maleek Carey 10–2, Hugh Willis (JM) d. Rhett Fogg 10–2.

Doubles: Mahon–Hoffman (JM) d. Zelenick–Hudson 10–6, Dalton–Smith (KG) d. Phillip Olivares–John Burke 10–7, Jaren Jackson–Jack Miller (JM) d. Carey–Micah Robinson 10–3.

ORANGE (2–2) 6, MOUNTAIN VIEW (1–2) 3

Singles: Daniel Myers (Or) d. Dakota Bock 10–0, Nathan Horner (Or) d. Michael Lee 10–0, Billy Knabe (Or) d. Alex Huh 10–2, Vince Ogler (MV) d. Gavin Artis 10–2, Santiago Kotulka (Or) d. Ben Hull 10–5, Nico Samonte (MV) d. Matt Kestell 10–3.

Doubles: Myers–Horner (Or) d. Bock–Lee 10–1, Olger–Samonte (MV) d. Knabe–Artis 10–8, Kotulka–Kestell (Or) d. Gus Stevens–Mick Torrey 10–8.

 

GIRLS SOCCER

CHANCELLOR 2, GRAFTON 1

Qeturah Gross–Matos scored in the first overtime after taking a pass from Maddie Amos to help the Chancellor girls soccer team get a 2–1 nondistrict win over Grafton on Wednesday.

Amos tied the score on a breakaway goal with 15 minutes left in regulation to force overtime. Jemonie Williams assisted on the play.

Goalie Tori Bailey registered six saves for the Chargers (1–1), who host King George on Friday.

COLONIAL FORGE 8, BROOKE POINT 0

Sydney Arnold had two goals and one assists, Niomi Serrano scored twice and Teresa Tripodi added two assists for Colonial Forge in a Commonwealth District win at Smith Lake Park.

Bryleigh Berry, Bri Sullivan, Beth Giambra and Ashley Batitto each scored once, while Clara Robins, Devon Burke, Kaileigh Boitnott and Maribeth Salinas contributed assists for the Eagles (3–1).

Colonial Forge visits Riverbend on Monday.

MOUNTAIN VIEW 10, ORANGE 1

Erika Tomayko scored three goals to pace the visiting Wildcats in a Commonwealth District win.

Melanie Litle and Ashley Sannicolas each had two goals, and Bridgett McGregor, Taylor Fernow and Tina Dettmer also scored. Sam Boney had two assists.

Mountain View (2–0) hosts Albemarle on Friday.

ALBEMARLE 2 (OT), MASSAPONAX 1

A header in overtime helped visiting Albemarle earn a Commonwealth District win.

After Albemarle had taken an early first-half lead, Miasia Pinckney evened up the game with a goal off an assist from Kaitlin Bailey.

Emily Stevens and Naana Ewall were strong on defense and Jill Corvin was solid in goal for Massaponax (1–1–1), which host Orange on Friday.

 

BOYS SOCCER

COLONIAL FORGE 2, BROOKE POINT 2

Matt Darlington’s goal—off an assist by Richie Moreno—late in the second half helped Brooke Point earn a Commonwealth District tie.

The Eagles (1–2–2) took a 1–0 lead when Luke Schmiegel scored off Alex Emeigh’s assist. They gave up an own-goal to tie the score, but then Andrew Goglin scored off a throw-in by Christian Lopez to reclaim a 2–1 advantage.

Colonial Forge plays at Massaponax next Tuesday. Brooke Point (1–2–1) plays Stafford today at Smith Lake Park.

W&L 3, WEST POINT 1

Juan Ochoa netted three goals and Jose Chipres added two assists to help Washington & Lee open its season with a win. Luis Chipres also had an assist for the Eagles (1–0), who host Northampton on Friday.

ALBEMARLE 4, NORTH STAFFORD 1

Sam Barry scored for North Stafford (2–2) off an assist from Julian Ofori in the second half, but it wasn’t enough to overcome the 4–0 lead visiting Albemarle built in the first half.

The Wolverines visit Riverbend on Friday.

MOUNTAIN VIEW 9, ORANGE 0

Christian Trout earned the hat trick with three goals as the host Wildcats earned the Commonwealth District win.

Goalie Dylan McLaurin posted the shutout, blocking four Hornets shots on goal, for Mountain View (3–0), which travels to Albemarle on Friday.

 

Tuesday’s late results

GIRLS SOCCER

ALBEMARLE 3, NORTH STAFFORD 0

Kylie Sanders and Caitlin Hite played well for visiting North Stafford, but it wasn’t enough in a Commonwealth District loss. The Wolverines host Riverbend on Friday.

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