Area Roundup

Posted: March 21, 2013

Knights Top Eagles

 

ELKTON – Junior forward Jackson Long had a hat trick to lead Turner Ashby High School to a 6-1 win over East Rockingham in a non-district boys’ soccer game Wednesday.

 

The Knights improved to 2-0; the Eagles dropped to 0-3.

 

Forward William Bullis scored the long goal for East Rock.

 

Halftime score: TA, 3-0
 

Shots on goal: TA 11; ER 3
 

Corner kicks: TA 2; ER 0
 

Saves: TA 3 (Overacker 2, Pearson 1); ER 5 (Reed)
 

Scoring: TA – Lovinger (Martinez) 9, Becker (Slater) 16, Long (Bravo) 29, Long (Bautista) 41, Martinez (A. Khoshnaw) 44, Long (P. Khoshnaw) 70. ER – Bullis (Ramirez) 56.
 

 

TA Girls Soccer 5, East Rockingham 0: Senior forward Abby Cleaver netted a hat trick to lead Turner Ashby High School to a 5-0 win over East Rockingham in a non-district girls’ soccer game Wednesday in Bridgewater.

 

The Knights improved to 2-0; the Eagles dropped to 0-2.

 

Junior midfielder Conner Henry-Morgan and sophomore midfielder/forward Ashleigh Sheaves had a goal apiece for TA.

 

Halftime score: TA, 3-0
 

Shots on goal: ER 1; TA 23
 

Corner kicks: ER 0; TA 7
 

Saves: TA (Mariah Liskey) 1; ER (Tiarra Smith) 18
 

Scoring: TA – Cleaver 17:48, Henry-Morgan (Sullivan) 22:23, Cleaver (Sullivan) 35:54, Cleaver (Shickel) 42:33, Sheaves 73:07
 

 

Broadway Girls Soccer 2, James Wood 0: Junior midfielder Allison Botkin had a goal and an assist to lead Broadway High School to a 2-0 victory over James Wood in a non-district girls’ soccer game Wednesday in Broadway.

 

Junior forward Maddie White also scored for the Gobblers (3-0).

 

Halftime score: 0-0
 

Shots on goal: JW 3; B 9
 

Corner kicks: JW 2; B 5
 

Saves: JW 7 (Anderson); B 3 (Morrow)
 

Scoring: B – Botkin (Oswald) 60, White (Botkin)

 

 

Allman Breaks EMU Softball HR Mark: Senior Courtney Allman, a Fort Defiance High School graduate, broke Eastern Mennonite University’s all-time career home run record as EMU split an Old Dominion Athletic Conference softball doubleheader with Shenandoah on Wednesday in Winchester.

 

Allman hit her record-breaking 28th career home run in the Royals’ 17-6 win in Game 2, surpassing the mark held by 2012 graduate Lisa Lee.

 

The Royals (10-7 overall, 1-2 in the ODAC) lost to the Hornets (15-9, 5-3) in Game 1, 4-2.



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