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Saturday, May 25, 2013
Patrick Henry, Franklin County and William Fleming each had winning performances Friday at the Northwest Region track and field championships in Charlottesville.
Patriot Caroline Brailsford set a meet record to win the pole vault. The only Patriot girls to earn all-region honors, Brailsford cleared 12 feet, meeting her season-best effort.
Franklin County had two individual winners.
Coy Senneff won the boys pole vault, clearing 14 feet. Teammate Bram Chaconas cleared 11-6 to finish seventh.
The Eagles had another champion in Ryan Wade, who won the discus with a throw of 157-2. Wade was also fifth in the shot put.
Franklin County, which finished fourth in the team standings, got a second place finish from Jalin Dudley in the high jump. Dudley, who cleared 6-2, was also seventh in the triple jump.
The Eagles' Andrew Williams also cleared 6-2 in the high jump, but finished third based on having more misses at earlier heights.
William Fleming's 1,600 relay team of Khalil Bonds, Warren Craft, Aaron Mason and Quashawn Robertson won the event in 3:24.4.
Bonds was second in the 400 in 48.54, and added a sixth place finish in the long jump.
Craft was third in the triple jump with a leap of 44-6.5 and seventh in the long jump.
Robertson was fifth in the long jump, while Fleming's Traxonte' Sawyers was sixth in the high jump.
Patrick Henry's David Prince was second in the long jump with a mark of 21-7.75.
William Fleming's Latasha Williams was third in the shot put with a throw of 38-1. Teammate Shanese Crennel was fifth, and also eighth in the discus.
- Mark Taylor
Boys team scores
1. Forest Park (FP) 116, 2. Osbourne Park (OP) 63, 3. Woodbridge (WB) 46, 4. Franklin County (FC) 42, 5. C.D. Hylton (CDH) 41.5, 6. William Fleming (WF) 36.5, 7. North Stafford (NS) 34, 8. Battlefield (BF) 33.5, 9. Albemarle (A) 33, 10. Stafford (S) 32.5, 11. Mountain View (MV) 30, 12. Brooke Point (BP) 23, 13. Patriot (P) 21, 14. George Washington (GW) 20, 15. Broad Run (BR) 19, 16. Colonial Forge (CF) 17, 17. Freedom (F) 11, 18. Halifax County (HC) 9, 19. Gar-Field (GF) 8, 19. Patrick Henry (PH) 8, 21. Riverbend (RB) 6, 22. Stonewall Jackson (SJ) 5, 22. Potomac (P) 5
Boys individual results
(Winners and Timesland all-region)
Long jump - 1. Kyshawn Jones (GW) 21-9.75, 2. David Prince (PH) 21-7.75, 5. Quashawn Robertson (WF) 20-8.25, 6. Khalil Bonds (WF) 20-7.25, 7. Warren Craft (WF) 20-4.5; Triple jump - 1. Mustaqeem Williams (FP) 46-6.5, 3. Warren Craft (WF) 44-6.5, 7. Jalin Dudley (FC) 42-4; HIgh jump - 1. Kyshawn Jones (GW) 6-2, 2. Jalin Dudley (FC) 6-2, 3. Andrew Williams (FC) 6-2, 6. Traxonte Sawyers (WF) 6-0; Shot put - 1. Christopher Lee (CDH) 51-8.5, 5. Ryan Wade (FC) 44-7.5; Discus - 1. Ryan Wade (FC) 157-2; Pole Vault - 1. Coy Seneff (FC) 14-0, 7. Bram Chaconas (FC) 11-6; 3,200 relay - 1. Osbourne Park 7:51.07; 110 hurdles - 1. Alex Merritt (BF) 14.95; 100 - 1. Mustaqeem Williams (FP) 10.69; 1,600 - 1. Ryan Thomas (A) 4:15.28; 400 relay - 1. Forest Park 40.91 (meet record); 400 - 1. Ricky Morgan (FP) 47.51 (meet record), 2. Khalil Bonds (WF) 48.54; 300 hurdles - 1. Alex Merritt (BF) 39.65, 8. Cameron Johnson (WF) 41.93; 800 - 1. Nick Causey (OP) 1:56.6; 200 - 1. Mustaqeem Williams (FP) 21.41; 3,200 - 1. Ben Sorenson (MV) 9:22.24; 1,600 relay - 1. William Fleming 3:24.4
Girls team scores
1. Osbourne Park (OP) 97, 2. Woodbridge (W) 84, 3. Forest Park (FP) 61, 4. Battlefield (BF) 55, 5. C.D. Hylton (CDH) 50, 6. Colonial Forge (CF) 44.5, 7. Patriot (P) 40.5, 8. Stafford (S) 34, 9. Massaponax (M) 29, 10. Riverbend (RB) 20, 11. Mountain View (MV) 18, 12. North Stafford (NS) 17, 12. Brooke Point (BP) 17, 14. Garfield (GF) 16, 15. William Fleming (WF) 13, 15. Osbourn (O) 13, 17. Albemarle (AB) 12, 18. Patrick Henry (PH) 10, 19. Potomac Senior (PS) 7, 20. Freedom (F) 6, 20. Broad Run (BR) 6, 22. Franklin County (FC) 5, 23. Halifax County (HC) 4, 24. Stonewall Jackson (SJ) 3.
Girls individual results
(Winners and Timesland all-region)
Long jump - 1. Ebony Owusa (CDH) 18-4; Triple jump - 1. Savannah Osborne (M) 37-5; High jump - 1. Sydnei Forster (NS) 5-2; Shot put - 1. Galissia Cause (BF) 39-9.75, 3. Latasha Williams (WF) 38-1, 5. Shanese Crennel (WF) 37-7, 7. Ashlyn Campbell (WF) 35-6; Discus - 1. Galissia Cause (BF) 138-4, 8. Shanese Crennel (WF) 104-9; Pole vault - 1. Caroline Brailsford (PH) 12-0 (meet record), 4. Savannah Bowne (FC) 9-6; 3,200 relay - 1. Osbourne Park 9:24.62, 100 hurdles - 1. Yaa Agyepon-Wiafe (FP) 14.53; 100 - 1. Alexys Taylor (OP) 11.92; 1,600 - 1. Emma Nowak (O) 5:04.89; 400 relay - 1. Forest Park 40.91 (meet record); 400 - 1. Farrah Suber (WB) 54.93; 300 hurdles - 1. Yaa Agyepon-Wiafe (FP) 44.16; 800 - 1. Ellison Grove (BF) 2:14.48; 200 - 1. Farrah Suber (WB) 24.55; 3,200 - 1. Megan Rebholz (CF) 11:17.89; 1,600 relay - 1. Woodbridge 3:54.56
BLUE RIDGE DISTRICT
William Byrd 8, Alleghany 2
DALEVILLE - William Byrd beat Alleghany in the Blue Ridge tournament final late Friday. Both teams advance to next week's Region III tournament.
Staunton River 8, Rockbridge County 7
DALEVILLE - Paul Williams had one hit, four stolen bases and scored two runs as Golden Eagles (14-9) claimed third place in the district tournament over the Wildcats.
Staunton River's Mitchell Hullett had four hits and two RBIs.
Daniel Trout had two hits, one RBI, and was the losing pitcher for Rockbridge County.
RIVER RIDGE DISTRICT
Blacksburg 5, Christiansburg 4
Tyler Barry drew a bases-loaded walk from reliever Christian Wallace for the go-ahead run in the sixth inning as the Bruins won a semifinal at Kiwanis Field.
Blacksburg (14-7) led 4-0 before Christiansburg tied the game in the top of the sixth on an RBI-single by Aaron Jackson and a three-run home run by Gabe Quesenberry.
The Bruins scored the go-ahead run without the benefit of a hit.
Alex Shimozono was hit by a pitch by starter Ashton King to lead off the sixth. Wallace relieved King and walked three of the four men he faced.
Morgan McCoy got the victory for Christiansburg (14-7), giving up four hits in 5 1⁄3 innings of relief.
Brookville 8, Jefferson Forest 4
BEDFORD - Matt Blanks went 3 for 4 with a homer and two RBIs and got the win on the mound as the Bees (9-10) defeated the Cavaliers (15-6) in the Seminole District consolation game, earning the final Region III spot for the conference.
Tazewell 7, Carroll County 5
HILLSVILLE - With seven unearned runs, the Bulldogs defeated the Cavaliers. Chase Illig had a double and a triple to lead the way for Tazewell.
Ryan Gravely had three hits for Carroll County (12-8) as pitcher Reece Edwards had six strikeouts in a complete game.
THREE RIVERS DISTRICT
Glenvar 3, Radford 1
PULASKI - Tyler DeHart recorded two hits and the clinching RBI as Glenvar (10-9) claimed the Three Rivers District title over Radford (12-8).
Highlander Zach Duncan pitched seven strikeouts and allowed only four hits in a complete game.
Bobcat Joe Sutphin had two of the team's four hits.
MOUNTAIN EMPIRE DISTRICT
Grayson Co. 10, Fort Chiswell 0, 6 inn.
GALAX - Spencer Roberts had three hits, including an RBI double, and Dylan Isom had a two-run double and RBI single to lead the Blue Devils into the district championship.
Winning pitcher Max Rodgers struck out four and allowed one hit over five innings for Grayson County (14-5), which scored four times in the fifth, then ended it because of the 10-run rule in the sixth.
Eric Mabry and Coleman Thomas got the Pioneers' two hits.
Grayson County will play tournament host Galax in today's 11 a.m. final. Galax beat Narrows 11-6 in the other semifinal.
Albemarle 3, Patrick Henry 0
CHARLOTTESVILLE - Albemarle pitcher Lindsey Chaney pitched a complete-game no-hitter with 12 strikeouts to stifle Patrick Henry (9-13) in the regional first round.
The loss marks the end of Patrick Henry's season; Albermarle will play Osbourne on Monday in the second round.
THREE RIVERS DISTRICT
Radford 7, Glenvar 2
DALEVILLE - Lindsay Graham pitched a complete-game six hitter with seven strikeouts and one walk, and he added a run-scoring double in the first inning and the Bobcats (11-11) led the Highlanders (17-4) the whole way at Botetourt Sports Complex to win their first district softball tournament championship.
Heaven Thomas belted a solo home run in the second and Haley O'Brien and Tori Gray each had two hits for Radford.
Haley Green and Kayla Mims each had home runs for the Bobcats. The closest the Highlanders would get was 3-2 down after Green's fourth inning shot.
Radford hosts the Highlanders in a rematch when the Region C tournament opens Tuesday.
James River 19, Craig County 9, 6 inn.
BUENA VISTA - James River (16-4) won its 13th game in a row to claim the Pioneer District championship behind a six-strikeout, two walk, five hit and three earned run performance from pitcher Abby Tincher.
Jenna Sprinkle had two hits, two RBIs and scored four runs in the game, which was called after six innings due to the 10-run rule.
Rockets pitcher Ashley Day had two hits and five RBIs, including a two-run homer. Craig County also committed eight errors.
BLUE RIDGE DISTRICT
Rockbridge County 2, Northside 1 (OT)
LOW MOOR - Ely Spencer scored off of a Kirk Waller assist two minutes into the second overtime as the Wildcats (11-8) beat the Vikings (7-12-1) in the third-place game.
Spencer also accounted for the goal that tied the score in regulation. Northside had led 1-0 on an own goal. Miles Bent earned the assist on the first Wildcats goal.
The Wildcats qualified for the Region III opener on the road Monday.
E.C. Glass 2, Jefferson Forest 1
FOREST - Seminole District player of the year Michael Kenny scored two goals, including the game-winner, to lead E.C. Glass (15-1-2) to the tournament title.
Teddy Delledera led Jefferson Forest (13-3-3) with one goal in the second minute. Cavalier goalie Thomas Cavanaugh recorded seven saves.
THREE RIVERS DISTRICT
Giles 6, Auburn 0
RADFORD - Senior Matt Keaton scored three goals as Giles shut out Auburn in a district semifinal that took three days to play.
The game, originally scheduled for Wednesday at Glenvar, was postponed to Thursday because of rain. Play began on Thursday, but less than two minutes into the game, lightning forced a halt.
Play resumed Friday at Radford, as the Spartans opened up a 3-0 lead in the first half. Keaton added an assist. Jake Spiegel and Jacob Morris each had two assists for Giles.
Brett Whitlow, Joseph Lucas, and Ronaldo Kang also scored.
Keeper Carson Journell had six saves for Giles.
Marshall Jones stopped nine shots for the Eagles.
The Spartans travel to Glenvar to play Radford for the district championship at noon today.
James River 4, Parry McCluer 2
BUCHANAN - Dylan Flint scored twice and added an assist to help James River (8-7) open up a four-goal lead on the way to winning the district tournament title.
Chase Haynes and Corey Crawford also scored for the Knights.
The Fighting Blues got goals by Jordy Gibbons and Christian Rice.
James River hosts Giles at 7 p.m. Monday in the opening round of the Region C tournament.
BLUE RIDGE DISTRICT
Lord Botetourt 2, Northside 0
Hannah Stewart scored two goals to help the Cavaliers (13-4-1) defeat Northside and claim the Blue Ridge District tournament championship.
Lord Botetourt goalie Miriah Martin recorded 10 saves.
Northside had 17 shots on goal and was led by goalie Kelsie Altizer's six saves.
William Byrd 6, Staunton River 3
Taylor Tester had a hat trick for Staunton River (11-5-1), but the Terriers (10-8) won third-place game and earned a trip to the Region III tournament at Northside High School.
Nicole Olsen netted a pair of goals for Byrd, which qualified for its fourth regional in the last five years. Olsen's blasts answered the first two Tester scores, each of which put the Golden Eagles one goal up.
Katie Abelseth and Taylor Gallagher scored back-to-back goals to give the Terriers a 4-2 lead. Tester then cut the lead to one but the Terriers bounced back with scores from Stacy Shrader and Rachel Nicely to finish things off.
Jaelyn Tuck had eight saves for Staunton River and Hannah Henley had six saves for Byrd.
Liberty 3, Amherst County 2
BEDFORD - Mariel Messier knocked home a cross from Laura Garbarini with less than two minutes left in regulation time to lift the Minettes to victory over the Lancers in the third-place match of the district tournament.
Garbarini scored the other two goals for Liberty (8-6-1) in the 25th minute and also in the 51st minute.
Ashley Humphries accounted for both goals for Amherst County in the sixth and 33rd minutes.
Jillian Blackburg made 12 saves for Liberty.
WEST CENTRAL SECTION
Albemarle 14, Patrick Henry 6
CHARLOTTESVILLE - Brendan Reece, Matt Crist, and Hunter Brown each had hat tricks as the host Cavaliers blew open the game in the second half and end the season for Patrick Henry (11-7).
Thomas Vance two goals and as many assists, Joe Clifton, Sam Boxley, and Tommy Skeen each scored for PH. The visiting Patriots trailed 6-4 at intermission.
PH faceoff specialist John Stiles made his goalie debut in an emergency situation and made 11 saves.
WEST CENTRAL SECTION
Salem 11, Albemarle 10
Makenzie Haymaker had three goals and one assist, and Cate Pace added two goals and two assists as the Spartans rallied in the final 11 minutes, 11 seconds to beat Albemarle (10-8) and advance to Monday's West Central Section finals.
The Spartans (15-2), trailed 9-6, but scored five of the last six goals to qualify for the state quarterfinals.
Jordan Hayes had three goals for Salem, and goalie Emma Blair recorded eight saves.
Eagles' Weeks falls in singles opener
HARRISONBURG - Antoine Timbers of Harrisonburg defeated Staunton River's Kody Weeks 6-1, 6-1 in a first-round singles match at Harrisonburg High School.
Timbers advances to Monday's quarterfinal at East Rockingham High School against top-seeded Nick Daly of E.C. Glass.
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