Prep roundup: Wildcats fall to Dragons in boys soccer | Nvdaily

Warren County came just short in Front Royal on Friday in a 2-1 loss in the Class 3 Northwestern District to William Monroe.

The Wildcats had an Anthony Carter goal for their only result of the game. Warren County goaltender Anthony Navarro made eight saves.

William Monroe scored a goal each from Jonathan Ramirez and Brayan Rodriguez. William Monroe’s goaltender Jack Anderson made eight saves.

The Wildcats (4-8-1, 1-6 Class 3 Northwestern) host Manassas Park on Tuesday.

Central 8, Page County 0

Brandon Gwyn and Luc Retrosi each had two goals to lead the Falcons to a road win in the Bull Run District over the Panthers.

Diego Gomez and Maxx Stetter each had a goal and an assist for the Falcons. Hayden Pence and Eli Burner had a goal each, and Michael Williams had two assists for Central. Goalies Aiden Mercer and Wade Gochenour each had a save for the Falcons.

Central (10-3-1, 10-2 Bull Run) plays Madison County on Wednesday.

girls soccer

Central 5, Page County 0

Sia Patel and Ava Pulizzi had two goals and an assist each to lead the Falcons over the Panthers in a home contest at the Bull Run District.

Kelly Reynoso had a goal and Sydney Miller and Eden Shelhamer each had an assist for Central.

The Falcons (4-9-1, 3-8-1 Bull Run) host East Rockingham on Wednesday.

Clarke County 1, Strasbourg 0

The Rams hung out with the undefeated and reigning state champions Class 2 Eagles but ultimately fell short in a home loss at Bull Run District.

The score was 0-0 at halftime, but Clarke County’s Summer Toone scored from an assist from Kelsey Elrod about midway through the second half, and the Eagles held on from there.

The Rams (11-4, 9-4 bull run) play in Page County Tuesday.

Luray 8, Mountain View 0

The Generals lost to the Bulldogs in a street contest in the Bull Run District.

Mountain View goalies Tanija Davis and MaryKate Manning had 11 and nine saves, respectively.

The Generals regular season (7-8-1, 5-8-1 Bull Run) is over and they play in the Bull Run District Tournament on May 24th.

baseball

Strasbourg 3, Clarke County 0

Tanner Jenkins threw a full four-hit game to lead the Rams to a home win at Bull Run District over the Eagles.

Jenkins threw 66 pitches in seven innings with one strikeout and one walk. The Rams scored one run at the end of the third and two at the end of the fifth.

Jenkins had a single and hit two runs, and Hayden Fravel had a single and two RBIs for Strasburg. Brady Neary had a single and a run, and Kendal Sine, Chuck Fake, and Griffin Turpen each had a single for Strasburg.

The Rams (14-4, 10-4 bull run) play in Page County Tuesday.

Page County 5, Central 3

The Falcons gave up four runs on top of the first and failed to recover in a home loss at Bull Run District.

Allen Brill had a solo homer to lead the Falcons. Jacob Walters had a single and two RBIs, and Tyler Rice, Caleb Daugherty, Parker Sheetz, and Christian Kelican each had a single for Central. Walters went the distance on the mound, allowing just four hits and knocking out six.

The Falcons (9-10, 7-8 Bull Run) play in Strasbourg on May 20th.

soft ball

Page County 3, Central 1

The Falcons had seven errors in a home loss to the Panthers at Bull Run District.

The game was tied 1–1 after two innings, but the Panthers scored one run atop the third and one atop the fourth.

Keriana Stottlemyer had two singles and an RBI for Central. Kristen Hockman had a single and a run, and Trynda Mantz had a single for the Falcons. Mantz batted nine, allowing just four hits and walking one away to take the loss.

The Falcons (12-7, 8-5 Bull Run) play their regular-season finale in Strasbourg on May 20.

Clarke County 4, Strasbourg 1

The Rams managed just two hits in a home loss to the Eagles at Bull Run District.

Clarke County scored two runs on top of the third and two more on top of the fourth. The Rams responded with a run in the bottom of the fifth.

Rylie Arnold had a double and Rebekah Moxley had a single and a run for the Rams. Kiersten Wiseley batted seven and allowed four hits in five innings and took the loss at circle.

The Rams (5-11, 3-9 Bull Run) play in Page County Tuesday.

William Monroe 21, Warren County 4, 5 innings

The Wildcats gave up 12 runs in the lead of the second and failed to recover. The game was abandoned after five innings due to the mercy rule.

Warren County was led by Peyton Ahmed with two singles and a run scored. Karleigh Crabill had a double, a run scored, and an RBI, and Madelyn Ramsey had a single and two RBIs for Warren County.

The Wildcats (7-10, 1-5 Class 3 Northwestern) host Madison County on Monday.

athletics

Millbrook Last Chance Invitational

The Skyline boys’ and girls’ teams each placed seventh at the Millbrook Last Chance Invitational. The Warren County boys finished tied for 13th and the girls team 14th in the 16-team event.

Loudoun Valley won both events. The Vikings won the boys’ meet with 79 points, Skyline finished with 45 and Warren County with 15. Loudoun Valley won the girls’ meet with 102.50 points, Skyline finished with 34 points and Warren County had 22.

Skyline’s Will Smith was the only local individual winner as he won the triple jump with a jump of 39-07.50. Smith also finished third in the 100 (11.48).

In the boys, Skyline’s Marcellis Diamond was second in the high jump (5-08) and teammate Ahsan Abul-Qasim was third (5-08). Skyline’s Logan Bailey was third in the 200 (12/23).

Warren County’s Malachi Vinson-Proctor was fourth in the shot put (41-03.75).

Kayla Haislop of Skyline finished third in the girls’ discus throw (99-01) and fourth in the shot put (31-08). Scarlett Flores was third in the 400 (1:02.76) and teammate Ava Bmapper was third in the 800 (2:22.03). Skyline’s Kaya Bieker, Anisha Carter, Tiaja Carter and Emma Sokolowski finished fourth in the 400m relay (54.23).

Faith Schultz of Warren County was third in the 100 hurdles (17.95) and fourth in the high jump (4-08). Warren County finished third in the 3,200 relay (10:40.36).

JJ Updike Last Chance Invitational

Central’s girls placed fourth at the JJ Updike Last Chance Invitational in Harrisonburg. The guys from Central finished seventh at the event.

Harrisonburg won the girls meeting with 120.50 points. The Central girls graduated at 75. At the boys’ meeting, Western Albemarle won with 212 points while Central finished with 19.

In the girls, Central’s only winner was Nevaeh Strother, who won the 100 in a time of 13:03. She also finished second in the 200 (27.37). Central’s Asia Hoover was third in the 200 (28.62), third in the 400 (1:02.72) and second in the long jump (14-09.75). Asia’s sister Laniah Hoover was third in the 400 (1:06.11), third in the long jump (14-05.25) and second in the triple jump (28-10.50). Central’s Kaylee Yew was fourth in the shot put (27-08.75). Central’s 1,600-strong relay team from Asia and Laniah Hoover, Strother and Kelsi Campbell finished second in a time of 4:33.03.

In the boys’ game, Central’s Tyler Forbes finished second in the shot put (43-00). Central’s Zach Dysart finished fourth in the shot put (41-11.50) and fourth in the discus throw (128-03.50).

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