Eleanor Winants scored four goals Monday during the Wakefield Owls’ 5-0 road victory over the Fredericksburg Christian field hockey team.
The Owls (3-2) have won three consecutive games since beginning the season 0-2. Winants, an eighth grader, scored 11 of Wakefield’s 17 goals during that winning streak, giving the Owls 18 goals overall this season.
Marlaina Marvin added one goal Monday.
“Great midfield transition by Caroline Kessler, Eleanor Winants and Brianna Hutchison,” Owls coach Megen Evans said.
Fredericksburg Academy girls tennis 7, Wakefield 0
Thirteen days after the Wakefield Owls got their first win of the girls tennis season, they lost to Fredericksburg Academy, 7-0, Monday.
“The rust showed,” said Owls coach Simon Sjogren, whose team dropped to 1-2 this season (1-0 Delaney Athletic Conference). “‘Consistency’ has become the word most spoken.”
Wakefield didn’t show it Monday. Owls No. 4 singles player Sophie Coolidge came closest to victory before falling, 9-7, to Mackie Storage.
Elsewhere, Wakefield No. 1 Sarah Seventko lost to Sam King, 8-0, No. 2 Evy Edens fell, 8-2, to Kendra Nedell, No. 3 Anna McLaughlin lost, 8-0, to Jenna LeMay and No. 5 Nicole Anderson fell, 8-2, to Elma Storage.
In doubles action, Seventko and Edens lost, 8-4, to King and Nedell at No. 1, while Anderson and Allison Swede fell, 6-5, at No. 2.
Kettle Run volleyball 3, Sherando 1
The Kettle Run Cougars won their 12th consecutive volleyball match Monday by beating Sherando, 3-1, on the road in Stephens City.
The Warriors became the first team this month to even win a game against Kettle Run, which had won 18 consecutive games over six matches in September.
Melvina Brown led the Cougars (12-1) with 17 kills and a passer rating of 2.3, while Rebecca McGilvery had 10 kills and 25 digs. Caroline Twigg added five kills and three blocks, while Eve Williamson had four blocks and 38 assists. Emily Pross had 23 digs and Brown ad 22.
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