The Wakefield Owls continued their undefeated start to the boys tennis season with a 5-2 win Friday over Seton at home in The Plains.
Wakefield improved to 4-0 overall and 2-0 in the Delaney Athletic Conference with Will Driskill and Gabe Himelfarb combining to win three matches against Seton.
Driskill defeated Thomas Rowzie, 8-6, at No. 1 singles, while Himelfarb beat Matt Bartolozzi, 8-2, at No. 2.
“Probably playing some of his best tennis of the season,” Owls coach Simon Sjogren said of Driskill. “Gabe Himelfarb also is playing great.”
No. 4 Harwood Wolfson beat Matt Fioramonti, 8-1, and No. 5 Henry Ohrstrom defeated Philip Dotson, 8-4, while No. 3 Connor Mulvey lost to Tommy Vander Woude, 8-5.
In doubles play, the No. 1 team of Driskill and Himelfarb defeated Rowzie and Bartolozzi, 8-3, while the No. 2 team of Vander Woude and Fioramonti beat Mulvey and Wolfson, 8-5.
Fauquier softball 10, Culpeper 0
The Fauquier Falcons shut out their fourth consecutive opponent Friday, this time with a no-hitter from junior pitcher Tess Miller.
Fauquier defeated Culpeper, 10-0, in the sixth inning via mercy rule at home in Warrenton to improve its record to 4-0 overall and 2-0 in both the Evergreen District and Conference 22. The Falcons have now outscored their opponents, 39-0, this season.
Miller allowed only two walks while striking out six over the six innings to get her fourth win. The Fauquier defense again play error-free while its offense amassed 16 hits. Apryl Nalls, Jessie Goodwin and Rachel Taylor each went 3-for-4 at the plate.
Goodwin had two RBIs, two runs, two doubles and a stolen base, while Nalls had three RBIs a double and run, and Taylor had a triple. Angelle Marshall added two RBI and a double on 2-for-3 hitting while Ashtyn Foddrell went 2-for-4.
Highland baseball 5, Fredericksburg Christian 2
The Highland Hawks got their third win in four days by beating the Fredericksburg Christian baseball team, 5-2, Friday at home in Warrenton.
Highland (3-0 overall, 2-0 Delaney Athletic Conference) allowed only two unearned runs and never trailed in the game.
J.P. Graham got the win for Highland by allowing one unearned run on five walks and three hits while striking out six over six innings. Shane Buss saved the game with one unearned run on one hit and one walk in the seventh inning.
Buss also had two RBIs, a double and a walk on 1-for-2 hitting, while Mark Terrell went 1-for-1 with two RBI, two walks and a double.
Kettle Run softball 11, Eastern View 1
For the second consecutive night, Kaitlin Munda threw a no-hitter for the Kettle Run softball team.
Munda struck out 11 batters Friday and the Cougars beat Eastern View, 11-1, in five innings via mercy rule at home in Nokesville. She previously threw a no-hitter Thursday
during a 4-0 win over Tuscarora.
Against Eastern View, Munda allowed one unearned run on one walk and one hit-by-pitch. She also went 2-for-3 offensively with two runs an RBI and a double.
Kettle Run (3-2 overall, 1-1 Conference 27) finished with 13 hits and scored five runs in both the second and fourth innings.
Shelby Stegmaier went 2-for-3 with two RBIs and a triple, while Claire Miclat went 1-for-2 with two RBIs and two runs. Forrest Poland added two runs, an RBI and a double on 2-for-3 hitting, and Debbie Stuart went 2-for-3 with an RBI and a run.
Fauquier girls tennis 5, Courtland 4
The Fauquier Falcons got their toughest test of the girls tennis season Friday, but emerged undefeated.
They beat Courtland, 5-4, at home in Warrenton to improve their record to 6-0 overall (4-0 Conference 22, 3-0 Evergreen District). The Falcons won a pair of doubles matches to clinch the victory.
The No. 1 team of Isabelle Wessel and Mackenzie Rollins defeated Megan Arhmine and Alicia Boua, 8-3, while the No. 3 team of Eliane Zalewski-Williams and Allison Cherundolo beat Ellie Smith and Louie, 8-3. The No. 2 team of Micensie Barrett and Kelley Violett lost to Jen Stanitski and Katie Stine, 8-1.
In singles action, No. 1 Wessel beat Stanitski, 10-0, while No. 4 Barrett defeated Boua, 11-10 (7-4) and No. 5 Violett beat Kate Smith, 10-4. No. 2 Rollins lost, 10-0, to Stine, while No. 3 Zalewski-Williams fell to Arhmine, 10-8, and No. 6 Megan Magalhaes lost to Ellie Smith, 10-8.
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