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Oct. 18 Fauquier County high school sports roundup

Monday, Oct. 20 | By Jeff Malmgren
Ward Van de Water had three assists in Highland 6-0 win over Trinity at Meadow View on Friday. --Fauquier Times Staff Photo/Randy Litzinger
The Highland Hawks got their fifth shutout of the boys soccer season by beating Trinity at Meadow View, 6-0, Saturday at home in Warrenton.

Trinity finished with only three shots on goal – each saved by Highland goalkeeper Seth Kott – and two corner kicks.

“Shut down defensive performance by Seth, Oliver (Schwartz), Manti (Batistas) and Nick (Whitehead),” Hawks coach Reynolds Oare said.

Highland took a 3-0 halftime lead en route to improving its record to 13-2 overall.

Antonio Bachmann led the Hawks with two goals. Adding one each were Ward Van de Water, Jacob Geber, Conor White and Tucker Graves. Van de Water also had three assists while Bachmann had one.

“Created a lot of chances despite the wind conditions,” Oare said. “Loved the unselfish play, particularly out of Ward.”

Highland finished with 31 shots on goal (16 in the second half) and nine corner kicks, while Trinity’s goalkeeper had 19 saves.

Seton girls tennis 6, Highland 1

Logan Van de Water got the Highland Hawks’ only win Friday during a 6-1 girls tennis loss to Seton at home in Warrenton.

Van de Water beat Jessie Krysnitsky, 8-2, at No. 1 singles while No. 2 Brynn Gibson lost to Emily Heim, 8-3, No. 3 Elena Gioia fell to Emily Heim, 8-3, No. 4 Abbey Wills lost to Mary Heim, 8-1, and No. 5 Liesbeth Koppen fell to Celine Wykowski, 8-2.

The Hawks’ No. 1 doubles team of Gibson and Gioia lost to Emily Heim and Krynitsky, 8-3, and the No. 2 team of Van de Water and Wills lost Geiran and Atkinson, 8-4.

Highland’s record fell to 4-7 overall and 4-4 in the Delaney Athletic Conference.

Highland volleyball 3, Seton 1

The Highland Hawks improved to 6-1 in the Delaney Athletic Conference with a 3-1 win over the Seton volleyball team Friday at home in Warrenton.

Highland (8-8) had seven different players produce at least three kills each en route to amassing 40 as a team in the 25-14, 25-21, 15-25, 25-22 victory on homecoming weekend.

Elyse Serafin had 13 kills and Miranda Shaw had six. Adding four each were Mallory Ross, Moly Ayres and Julia Granato. Ayres also had five aces and served at 92.9 percent. Shaw added four aces on 89.5 percent serving and Ross had two aces on 100 percent serving.

Shaw also had 33 assists while Bailey Babcox had three digs.

“I think our focus was more on the activities of the weekend and our upcoming match with Fredericksburg than the task at hand,” Hawks coach Gary Hicklin said. But “we played well enough to control the match.”
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