One day after scoring six goals in a game, the Wakefield Owls got shut out Tuesday by the John Paul the Great field hockey team.
They lost, 2-0, on the road in Dumfries, dropping their record to 4-5-2.
Fredericksburg Christian 3, Highland 2
The Highland Hawks lost their second consecutive five-game volleyball match, falling 25-19, 25-22, 16-25, 21-25, 12-15 Tuesday to Fredericksburg Christian at home in Warrenton.
Highland previously lost to Seton, 3-2, on Friday.
“I was very pleased and proud of the girls responding from their recent loss to Seton to challenge the No. 2 team in the state,” Hawks coach Gary Hicklin said. “This match builds our confidence going into the postseason.”
Fredericksburg is ranked No. 2 in the latest VISAA Division II poll, while Highland is No. 5 and has a 10-7 record (4-4 Delaney Athletic Conference).
Against Fredericksburg, the Hawks had 15 aces and served at 90 percent. Junior Ali Granato led them with five aces, while junior Tanya Bopp had 12 kills and junior Julia Granato had nine. Junior setter Miranda Shaw distributed the ball, while senior libero Shelby Thornhill anchored the defense.
Highland 4, Fredericksburg Christian 0
The Highland Hawks won the Delaney Athletic Conference boys soccer regular season championship Tuesday by beating Fredericksburg Christian, 4-0, at home in Warrenton.
Highland improved to 4-0-1 in the DAC and 12-3-1 overall, and its ranked No. 5 in the latest VISAA Division II poll.
“Great way to end the regular season and we’re happy to be the No. 1 team,” Hawks coach Reynolds Oare said.
Senior Evan Finley assisted three of Highland’s four goals. Senior Tim Bartz scored two goals and assisted one of Eddie Campell’s two goals.
“Pleased all around,” Oare said. “We came out with energy, possessed, and probably could have finished some more off. Defensively we held them to almost no chances.”
Foxcroft field hockey 3, Highland 1
The Foxcroft field hockey team broke the Highland Hawks’ four-game winning streak Tuesday, beating them 3-1 at home in Middleburg.
Junior Phoebe Bain scored the lone goal for the Hawks, who improved to 6-4 overall (4-3 Delaney Athletic Conference).
“The team played very well and the game was very competitive,” Highland coach Mollie Thorsen said. “Phoebe had one of the best goals she’s made all season: a beautiful flick into the upper corner of the net.”
Foxcroft is ranked No. 1 in the latest VISAA Division II poll, while Highland is No. 7.
Foxcroft 5, Highland 2
The Highland Hawks lost their fourth consecutive girls tennis match, falling 5-2 Tuesday to Foxcroft on the road in Middleburg.
Highland’s record fell to 2-7 overall and in the Delaney Athletic Conference.
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