The Wakefield Owls got their first win this boys soccer season, beating Fredericksburg Christian, 1-0, Tuesday at home in The Plains.
Matt Steensma scored the Owls’ goal with an assist by Conner Gutch and Juan Lazarrage had 12 saves to improve the Owls’ record to 1-2-2.
“This was a huge win for our program,” Wakefield coach Charles McCormick said. “It was our first conference game after moving up to the top division of the DAC.”
Liberty volleyball 3, Brentsville 1
The Liberty Eagles got their first Evergreen District win this volleyball season by beating Brentsville, 3-1, Tuesday on the road in Nokesville.
Liberty improved to 5-6 overall (1-2 district) with the 25-14, 22-25, 28-26, 25-13 victory.
Emily Fitzwater led the Eagles with 13 kills, while Diane McDaniel had 10, Sadie Rynestad had six and Sara Guerra had five. Rynestad and Guerra also had six aces each, while Fitwater and Hannah Michnya had three and McDaniel had one. Fitzwater added two blocks, while Brittanie King (four kills) had one.
Highland girls win cross country invitational
The Highland Hawks won another girls cross country race Tuesday, finishing first at the Quantico Invitational.
Individually, Highland sophomore Olivia Saunders finished first, while eighth grader Molly Petronzio took second, eighth grader Carolyn Treuting placed fifth, sophomore Kristina Zervoudis finished 11th and junior Mary Catherine Treuting took 15th.
For the Highland boys, sophomore Shane Buss placed second, sophomore Ralph Marcuccilli finished 11th and freshman Kyle Blackburn took 12th.
Seton girls tennis 7, Highland 0.
The Highland Hawks lost to the Seton girls tennis team, 7-0, Tuesday at home in Warrenton.
Highland’s record fell to 1-2 overall (1-2 Delaney Athletic Conference).
Highland volleyball 3, Seton 1
The Highland Hawks defeated the Seton volleyball team Tuesday, 3-1, at home in Warrenton to improve their record to 2-1 in the Delaney Athletic Conference.
Highland (6-3 overall) won 25-23, 25-14, 18-25, 25-17.
“We knew going in that Seton was a scrappy and determined team,” Hawks coach Gary Hicklin said. “We played inconsistently at times but played tough at the end.”
Highland boys soccer 4, Seton 2
Tim Bartz scored four goals Tuesday to lead the Highland Hawks to a 4-2 victory over the Seton boys soccer team at home in Warrenton.
With the win, Highland improved to 2-0 in the Delaney Athletic Conference and 5-2 overall.
“We came out flat and responded well for a while but once we had a two goal lead, we got too comfortable,” Hawks coach Reynolds Oare said. “I am happy with the win but would have liked to play our game for the majority of the game instead of in spurts.”
Manolo Cortes, Ward Van de Water and Eddie Campell each assisted a Bartz goal.
Foxcroft field hockey 4, Highland 1
The Highland Hawks lost for the first time this field hockey season when Foxcroft beat them 4-1 Tuesday at home in Warrenton.
Eighth grader Buckley Norman scored lone goal for the Hawks (2-1 overall, 2-1 Delaney Athletic Conference).
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