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April 21 Fauquier County high school sports roundup

Tuesday, Apr. 22 | By Jeff Malmgren

Sarah Steenson scored four goals during Wakefield's 11-5 win over Trinity Christian on Monday. --Fauquier Times Staff Photo/Randy Litzinger
The Wakefield Owls broke a six-game losing streak and got their first win of the girls lacrosse season Monday by beating Trinity Christian, 11-5, on the road in Fairfax.

The Owls (1-6) took a 7-3 lead by halftime en route to avenging a 9-8 loss in overtime to Trinity on April 11.

Wakefield averaged only five goals per game entering Monday, but Sarah Steenson scored four goals herself against Trinity. Gabby Castaño, Brianna Hutchinson and Shelby Sipes added two goals each.

Adding one assist each were Hutchinson, Sipes and Steenson, while goalie Alyssa Ortiz had 20 saves.

St. James 4 boys tennis, Wakefield 3

The Wakefield Owls won their No. 1 singles match via shutout Monday but went on to lose the rest of the singles matches and fell, 4-3, in a boys tennis dual against St. James (Md.) on the road.

With the loss, Wakefield’s record fell to 5-3.

Will Driskill won the No. 1 singles match over James Chang, 8-0, but No. 2 Gabe Himelfarb lost to Chester Collins, 8-6, No. 3 Conor Mulvey lost to Efim Oykham, 8-0, and No. 4 Harwood Wolfson lost to Wes Muys, 8-4.

In doubles play, the Owls’ No. 1 team of Juan Lizarraga and Anthony Del Rosso lost, 8-2, to Bill O’Leary and Daniel Pike. Their No. 2 team of Mulvey and Wolfson beat Dong Kim and Jeff Lee, 9-8 (8-6), while their No. 3 team of Driskill and Himelfarb defeated Daani Iqbal and Austin Corace, 8-0.

Fauquier girls tennis 7, Kettle Run 2

The Fauquier Falcons extended their winning streak to eight matches Monday and remain undefeated this girls tennis season.

Fauquier defeated Kettle Run, 7-2, to improve to 4-0 in the Evergreen District and 8-0 overall.

In singles play, Fauquier No. 1 Isabelle Wessel beat Alex Smith, 10-2, while No. 3 Micensie Barrett topped Nicole Starkey, 10-6, No. 4 Kelley Violett defeated Raquel Burgess, 10-4, No. 5 Megan Magalhaes beat Maggie Clinard, 10-3, and No. 6 Allison Cherundolo topped Shannon McAvoy, 10-2. Kettle Run’s Amanda Landry defeated Mackenzie Rollins, 10-8, at No. 2.

In doubles play, Fauquier’s No. 1 team of Wessel and Rollins beat Smith and Landry, 8-3, while the No. 2 team of Barrett and Violett defeated Nicole Starkey and Burgess, 8-3. Kettle Run’s Clinard and Shannon McAvoy topped Cherundolo and Flavia Coutinho, 8-6.

Kettle Run boys tennis 5, Fauquier 4

The Kettle Run Cougars won their No. 1 and 2 doubles matches Monday to defeat the Fauquier boys tennis team, 5-4, at home in Nokesville.

The Falcons and Cougars split six singles matches. Fauquier’s wins came from No. 4 Michael Dooley, 10-7, No. 5 Samuel Opper, 10-5, and No. 6 Jonathan Turner, 10-6. Falcons’ No. 1 Jacob Evans lost, 10-5, while No. 2 William Usrey lost, 10-2, and No. 3 Kaleb Scott lost, 10-4.

In doubles play, Fauquier’s No. 1 team of Evans and Usrey lost, 10-5, while its No. 2 team of Scott and Dooley lost, 10-7, and its No. 3 team of Opper and Turner won, 10-2.
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