High School Roundup
Broadway Routs Waynesboro, 9-0
The Gobblers, who sported camouflage jerseys for a soldier tribute game, improved to 9-6 overall, 4-3 in the Valley; the Little Giants fell to 9-4, 4-3.
Senior center fielder Zane Hostetler went 3-for-4 with a double, two stolen bases and a run scored to lead BHS. Sophomore designated hitter Matt Hart finished 2-for-4 with three RBIs and a run. Senior shortstop Daniel Rohrer added a pair of RBIs and a run, going 2-for-3 with a triple.
Waynesboro 000 000 0 – 0 4 7
Broadway 002 214 x – 9 10 1
Rowe, Lloyd (6) and Marion; Cline and Morris. W—Cline (4-2). L—Rowe (na). HR—none.
East Rockingham Baseball 11, Luray 2: Junior outfielder Chase Comer went 3-for-4 with a run and three RBIs to help East Rockingham High School to an 11-2 win over Luray in a Shenandoah District baseball game Friday in Luray.
The Eagles improved to 9-7 overall, 7-3 in the Shenandoah; the Bulldogs dropped to 3-4 in the Shenandoah (Luray’s overall record was not available).
Junior John Dofflemyer went 1-for-2 with two walks, a double, two runs and an RBI for East Rock.
Sophomore Tyler Campbell hit a home run for Luray.
East Rockingham 131 213 0 – 11 9 1
Luray 100 100 0 – 2 7 7
Kite, Dean (4), McDonald (6) and Hensley; Wright, Cook (4), Campbell (6) and Clark, Adams (5). W-Kite (3-2). L-Wright. HRs – Luray, Campbell (na).
Fishburne Baseball 3, EMHS 2: Collin Wade struck out eight in an eight-inning complete game to lead Fishburne Military School to a 3-2 win over Eastern Mennonite High School in a non-conference baseball game Friday in Harrisonburg.
Fishburne’s record was not available; the Flames dropped to 3-7.
Joe Burns had 12 strikeouts in a complete game for the Flames, and also had two hits at the plate.
Fishburne 101 000 01 — 3 9 0
EMHS 010 010 00 — 2 8 1
Wade and Vinson; Burns and Blosser. W- Wade. L- Burns.
Page Baseball 3, Stuarts Draft 0: Adam Campbell, Ty Comer and Kol Shuler combined to pitch a one-hitter to lead Page County High School to a 3-0 win over Stuarts Draft in a Shenandoah District baseball game Friday at Page.
The Panthers improved to 9-1 overall, 7-1 in the district; the Cougars dropped to 3-7 in the district (their overall record was not available).
Junior third baseman Dustin Lloyd hit a home run for Page — one of just three hits for the Panthers.
Draft 000 000 0 — 0 1 1
Page 002 001 x — 3 3 0
Hayman and Knecht; Campbell, Comer (3), Shuler (5) and Hensley. W- Comer (6-0). L- Hayman. Sv- Shuler (2). HRs: P- Lloyd
Stonewall Jackson Baseball 6, Buffalo Gap 3: Junior pitcher Colton Harlow allowed two runs on four hits with 11 strikeouts, helping Stonewall Jackson High School to a 6-3 win over Buffalo Gap in a Shenandoah District baseball game Friday in Quicksburg.
The Generals improved to 4-9 overall, 2-6 in the Shenandoah; the Bison’s record was not available.
Sophomore third baseman Bradley Henschel went 1-for-3 with two RBIs for Stonewall.
Buffalo Gap 002 001 0 – 3 4 3
Stonewall 050 001 x – 6 9 3
Woods, Ramsey (5) and Lotts; Harlow and Kerlin. W-Harlow (2-4). L-Woods (na).
EMHS Softball 13, Faith Christian 2: Junior pitcher Becca Hollen went 2-for-2 with three RBIs and struck out eight in a four-inning, slaughter-rule shortened complete game to lead Eastern Mennonite High School to a 13-2 win over Faith Christian in a United Christian tournament softball game Friday in Stanardsville.
The Flames improved to 5-1; Faith Christian’s record was not available.
Senior shortstop Emily Vaccaro went 2-for-3 with two RBIs for the Flames.
Faith 010 1 — 2 1 4
EMHS 940 0 — 13 8 2
Greenwood and Seubert; Hollen and Mumaw. W- Hollen (5-1). L- Greenwood (na).
Spotswood Boys Soccer 3, Harrisonburg 1: Sophomore midfielder Christian Resendiz had a goal and an assist to lead Spotswood High School to a 3-1 win over Harrisonburg in a Valley District boys’ soccer game Friday in Penn Laird.
The Trailblazers improved to 3-4-1 overall, 3-2 in the Valley District; the Blue Streaks fell to 7-2-2, 5-1.
Junior midfielder Russell DiPaola and senior forward Liborio Santinez also scored for SHS, which led 3-0 at the half.
Halftime score: S, 3-0
Shots on goal: S 8; H 5
Corner kicks: S 7; H 1
Saves: S 3 (Benson); H 4 (na).
Scoring: S –Resendiz (PK) 21, DiPaola (Resendez) 30, Santinez (Mejia) 35. H – Own goal 52.
Fort Defiance Boys Soccer 2, Turner Ashby 1: Senior goalkeeper Todd Early made nine saves, helping Fort Defiance High School preserve a 2-1 win over Turner Ashby in a Valley District boys’ soccer game Friday in Fort Defiance.
The Indians improved to 5-3 overall, 4-2 in the Valley; the Knights dropped to 7-2-2, 4-2-1.
Junior midfielders Caleb Baxter and Connor Henderson scored to give Fort a 2-0 lead.
Sophomore forward Jose Martinez scored the game’s final goal in the 62nd minute for TA.
Halftime score: F, 1-0
Shots on goal: TA 10; F 7
Corner kicks: TA 6; F 6
Saves: TA 5 (Overacker); F 9 (Early)
Scoring: TA – Martinez (Slater) 62. F – Baxter (Hale) 24, Henderson (Powell) 51.
Broadway Girls Soccer 3, Waynesboro 1: Junior midfielder Allison Botkin scored in the 15th minute, propelling Broadway High School to a 3-1 win over Waynesboro in a Valley District girls’ soccer game Friday in Waynesboro.
The Gobblers improved to 10-1 overall, 6-1 in the Valley; the Little Giants’ record was not available.
Junior midfielder Jessica Bergan and freshman forward Shaylla Oswald also scored for BHS.
Halftime score: B, 2-0
Shots on goal: B 12; W 7
Corner kicks: B 6; W 2
Saves: B 6 (Morrow); W 9 (Bender)
Scoring: B – Botkin 15, Bergan 30, Oswald (Zook) 64. W – Manor 68.
TA Girls Soccer 6, Fort Defiance 0: Senior forward Abby Cleaver had three goals and an assist to lead Turner Ashby High School to a 6-0 win over Fort Defiance in a Valley District soccer match Friday in Bridgewater.
The Knights improved to 7-3 overall, 4-3 in the district; Fort’s record was not available.
The hat trick is the third of the season for Cleaver, who has scored 14 goals.
Senior forward Alex Sullivan added a goal and an assist for TA.
Halftime score: 5-0 T
Corner kicks: F 0; T 1
Shots on goal: F 8; T 25
Saves: F 15 (Ruleman); T 7 (Witt 0; Liskey 7)
Scoring: T- Cleaver (Sullivan), 2:00; Slater (Cleaver), 15:00; Cleaver (Capasso), 32:00; Cleaver (Capasso), 33:00; Own goal, 37:00; Sullivan, 68:00
Harrisonburg Girls Soccer 4, Spotswood 0: Junior midfielder Sydney Knupp scored twice, helping Harrisonburg High School to a 4-0 win over Spotswood in a Valley District girls’ soccer game Friday at HHS.
The Blue Streaks, improved to 8-2-1 overall, 6-0-1 in the district and are the only unbeaten team left in Valley play; the Trailblazers’ record was not available.
Halftime score: H, 1-0
Shots on goal: S 4; H 8
Corner kicks: S 3; H 9
Saves: S 2 (na); H 4 (Penrod)
Scoring: H – Sydney Knupp (Maddy Dodd) 35:40, Knupp (Dodd) 56:17, King (Armentrout) 58:36, Rose 76:27