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Riverheads exploded for nine runs over the first four innings Wednesday, and that was enough as the Gladiators defeated the Wilson Memorial Green Hornets 9-4 in softball.
Riverheads and Wilson Memorial each entered Wednesday's baseball clash going into opposite directions.
Lancaster dropped its first game of the season last week, but picked up a win over Rappahannock to improve to 7-1 overall in varsity baseball.
Paige Bellamy understands the idea of competing in two sports in one season. It seems simple enough, and there are moments when the Robert E. Lee senior doesn't regret her decision at all to run track and play soccer over the same four-month stretch.
Robinson senior Chris Lohr pitches struck out 12 and earned his second straight complete game in Tuesday's 4-1 win over Herndon.
Centreville sophomore Carson Bach recorded seven strikeouts and two walks in his first career start on the mound Friday night.
Age: 15 -School: Freedom H.S. -GPA: 4.05 -Sports: Wrestling; Lacrosse -Natural legs: 1 -Artificial legs: 1 -Age at amputation: 10 -Career interest: Prosthetic medicine He walks with a gait indistinguishable from the standard, though his run incorporates a slight skip - left-left-right, left-left-right.
McLean ace Maddy Witchey allowed just two hits in the first four innings of the Highlanders' 8-3 loss to Madison on Tuesday.
Lead-off hitters and starting pitchers are two of more important positions on the field because without a pitcher mowing down the opposition or a lead-off hitter setting the table for his lineup, a team is likely to struggle.
After a first-half defensive battle through the first 40 minutes, Riverheads and Wilson Memorial exploded offensively in the second half before the Gladiators held on for a 6-4 victory in boys' soccer action Monday night in Fishersville.
The Blue Devils baseball team started the season on the highest of highs as they won their first two games of the season in decisive fashion.
The Thomas Dale varsity baseball squad marched into spring break with two consecutive wins, the second of which proved to be the strongest performance by the Knights this season.
There are times on the practice field at Blue Ridge Community College during the boys' soccer season where, if you can't find the man with the whistle, it would be hard to spot the Fort Defiance coach on the field.
Tyler Wilcher and Matt Woods had two hits apiece. On the mound, Ian Robbie pitched a complete game, striking out seven, scattering seven hits and forcing 11 grounders for outs.