Jordan Sprouse was 2-for-3 with three RBIs and Evan Sperling struck out six as Grafton shut out visiting Poquoson 10-0 Thursday in the baseball opener for both teams.
Nic Kurz, Gray Harris and P.J. Jackson each had two hits for the Clippers, who scored four runs in the fourth and six in the fifth to end the game.
Steve Hux was 2-for-2 with three RBIs and three runs to help Hampton to an 11-1, five-inning home victory over Heritage.
A.J. Young and Patrick Jackowski also had two hits apiece in support of Darius Harris, who pitched the middle three innings of a combined one-hitter. ...
Jamestown breezed past Tabb 15-2 in the opener for both.
Matt Herrmann was 3-for-3 and scored three runs to boost host Isle of Wight Academy past Bishop Sullivan 10-0. Winner Travis Jones struck out 10 in six innings. ...
Henry Hill got the last outs and picked up the save in
Jeff Wolons netted both Jamestown goals as the Group AA powerhouse Eagles defeated a traditional
First-half goals by Jacob Allen, Chris Bendit and Nick Yarkey lifted Gloucester past Woodside 3-0 in the Christine
Tabb netted four goals in the second half to shut out Bethel 5-0.
Kayla St. John had a double, triple and a home run and scored twice in Tabb’s 10-5 win over Jamestown. St. John also drove in two runs and picked up the win for the
Whitley Mathias belted a grand slam in Menchville’s 10-run first inning and had five RBIs during a 20-0, five-inning home win against Churchland. Leah Andrews, Rachael Harlow, Kelsey Sweeney and Alysia Cavone had two hits apiece for the Monarchs. ...
King & Queen Central, West Point and Tidewater Academy won.
Alison Harmatz scored three goals to lead Tabb past Granby 9-1. ...
Catie Slater scored twice and Courtney Montgomery had a goal and an assist to lead Hampton Roads Academy past Nansemond-Suffolk Academy 3-0.
Senior Leah Walter gained her 100th victory for Jamestown, though the Eagles lost to Group AAA
Walter's 10-4 victory over Alexis Rennie at No. 1 singles was complemented by her freshman sister Anna's 10-1 win over Rachel Summers at No. 2. It was Anna's first high school win.
At No. 2 doubles, Jamestown's Elizabeth Wallace and Kathy Sharp won 9-7 at No. 2, but Rennie and Summers edged the Walter sisters 8-6 at No. 1 doubles to secure the win. ...