- Menchville, Kecoughtan win in PD boys soccer
- Menchville also wins in PD girls soccer
- New Kent softball shuts out Smithfield
In boys soccer Tuesday, Justin Kaiser netted three goals and Cory Gillespie added one as Menchville handled Bethel 4-0 in a matchup of two of the Peninsula District's better squads. ...
Max Wayman-Arndt scored twice as Kecoughtan beat Woodside 2-0. ...
Bryan Talbert and Kyle Saunders scored to boost York (6-2-3, 5-1-1 Bay Rivers) to a 2-0 victory over Lafayette (5-7, 3-4).
Rachel Green scored in the first half as Woodside (6-3-2) earned a 1-0 victory over Kecoughtan, one of the Peninsula District's traditional powers. ...
Meredith McDowell scored with about 20 minutes left in regulation, giving Menchville (7-3-2, 7-0 PD) a tougher-than-expected 1-0 victory over Bethel (1-7, 1-6).
Jordan Snider got an assist on McDowell's goal, a kick from about 25 yards. Megan Delany made six saves to post a shutout, but goalkeeping counterpart Cassey Rieg kept the Bruins competitive by stopping 16 shots. ...
Emily Stumpf scored twice to help Hampton beat Phoebus 4-1 at the Hampton Soccer Complex.
Zarie Wilson and Antoinette Joseph also netted goals for the Crabbers (5-5, 4-3 Peninsula). ...
Elaine Santiago and Megan Gilliam scored second-half goals -- both on Jennifer Pandolf assists -- to give York a 2-0 victory over Lafayette in a Bay Rivers showdown and move the Falcons ahead of the Rams.
York improved to 9-2, 5-2, while Lafayette fell to 7-2-2, 4-2-1. ...
Monday, Lauren Gough scored three goals, Nicolette Young two and Sherland Buskey one as Jamestown breezed past New Kent 6-0.
BAY RIVERS DISTRICT SOFTBALL
Renee Silver pitched a two-hitter and struck out 10 in seven innings as New Kent earned a 3-0 victory at Smithfield.
Erin Linthicum too the loss for the Packers (6-7 Bay Rivers). ...
A 10-run second inning broke the game open as Tabb (9-5, 8-5 Bay Rivers) pasted visiting Smithfield 21-5.
Sarah Sublousky had three hits, three RBI and three runs for the Tigers, Jessa Robeson was 3-for-4 with three RBI and two runs, and Emilee Geer was 3-for-4 with two runs and two RBI.
Tabb's Kailey Simpson batted 2-for-2 -- her first hits of the season -- drove in three runs and scored one.
Losing pitcher Sammie Cagle drove in two runs for the Rams. ...
Host Jamestown breezed past Warhill 11-1 as winner Megan Dent doubled, singled and drove in three runs. Teammate Jessica Davis doubled, singled, drove in four runs and scored three.
Liz Henry added three hits and crossed the plate twice for Jamestown (4-9 Bay Rivers). ...
Hannah Cook batted 3-for-3 and Morgan Heath was 3-for-5 as Grafton gradually pulled away to a 7-1 victory at Bruton. The Clippers had 14 hits.
Brittney Pauls had both hits for the Panthers (3-10 Bay Rivers) off of winner Holly Huskey.
Brittany Duguay drove in Olivia Contakes with the winning run in the ninth inning as
Academy turned back Peninsula Catholic 4-3.
Lauren Yevak had a big game for the Navigators (10-5), striking out 11 in a complete game, tripling, singling and stealing a base.
For the Knights, Josee Dussault drove in two runs and Hannah Ellis batted 2-for-4. Both scored a run.
Hampton Roads Academy beat Bishop Sullivan 10-6 in the Tidewater Conference of Independent Schools tournament first round to gain a shot at top-seeded Norfolk Academy on Wednesday.
Trevor Topping netted four goals for HRA (10-5), and Andrew Maser and Will Harris added two each.
Tyler Sanderson shot a 2-under-par 33 to lead Summit Christian to a 157-253, nine-hole win over
Greenbrier Christian beat Hampton Roads Academy 307-322 at James River Country Club.
HRA's Trevor Times and a pair of Greenbrier players each shot 1-under-par 69s. ...
StoneBridge's Kyle Akins won the medal with a 2-over-par 38, leading the Cavaliers to victory in a three-way match at Sleepy Hole in Suffolk.
StoneBridge shot 172. Isle of Wight Academy, led by second-place Collin Bowden at 40, fired a 178. Alliance Christian shot 191. ...
Nansemond-Suffolk Academy eased past Norfolk Collegiate 336-400, though the Oaks' Kyle Oliver took the medal with a 4-over 76 at Cedar Point in Suffolk.
Court Settle paced the Saints at 79.
TRACK AND FIELD
RA's Emmy Fraenk won three events and Walsingham's Rachel Webb won two, leading their teams to a tie for second place in the TCIS meet at Christopher Newport.
Norfolk Academy's girls and boys won the team championships.
Lafayette won 7-2 over Grafton, though Ian Sipe edged the Rams' Chris Ford 6-3, 3-6, 1-0 (10-7) in a thriller between two of the Bay Rivers District's better players. ...
Chiraag Shetty defeated Ryan Byrd 6-1, 6-2 at No. 1 as Tabb blanked Warhill 9-0. ...
TCIS regular-season champion Cape Henry Collegiate completed a rain-delayed 9-0 victory over Walsingham Academy, with Tanner Baine overcoming Matthew Kincaid 6-1, 6-2 at the top spot.
Walsingham (5-4, 4-4) next will play in the three-day TCIS tournament, which starts at 2 p.m. Thursday at Huntington Park.
Lena Haase registered a 6-0, 6-2 triumph at No. 1 singles, sparking Tabb to a 7-2 victory over Warhill.
York's middle- and lower-lineup players came through in a 6-3 victory over Bruton, improving the Falcons to 7-2, 6-2 in the Bay Rivers District.
Helen Mittmann and Lexi Deverich, Bruton's top two, accounted for all three points by the Panthers.
Maria Hart and Emily Corlett won at the top two singles spots as Lafayette improved to 6-1 in the Bay Rivers with a 7-2 win over Grafton. ...
Jamestown (7-0) continued to march through the Bay Rivers unscathed, shutting out visiting Smithfield 9-0 as Whitney Simerlein, Leah Walter, Anna Nooe, Abby Hunt and Joe Foster won in singles and doubles.
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