Alexi Benson pitched a no-hitter, tossing seven strikeouts, while finishing 2-for-3 with two homeruns and three RBIs to pace Riverbend to the Commonwealth District softball title with a 10-0 win over Stafford on Friday.

Bears teammates Carley Romine and Courtney Jamison each homered, while Kaylee DeJesus went 3-for-4 with an RBI.

Riverbend will next head to Midlothian on Monday for a matchup against Cosby.

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Riverbend       220  51  —  10  12  0

EMILY ARNETT, Savannah Stone (5) and Alyssa Bosket. ALEXI BENSON and Kendall Jackson.

SOFTBALL

BROOKE POINT 6,

KING GEORGE 2

Noelle Sterner led the Black–Hawks with four strikeouts, while also hitting two doubles, in the team’s victory over King George.

Brooke Point’s bats got hot in the sixth inning, led by Brooke Shelton (single, triple, RBI). Brianna Correa hit a single, then Abby Chambers doubled. Deoni Winstead followed with with an RBI-double.

For King George, Haley Linder had a single, while sister Hannah Linder got an RBI.

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Brooke Point       201  003  x  —  6  11  2

Lauren Sheehan and Mya Bourn. NOELLE STERNER and Kylie Thuot.

BASEBALL

BROOKE POINT 12,

KING GEORGE 6

Jackson Foreman hit two home runs and Kevin Haynes also homered in Brooke Point’s home victory over King George.

Both Jackson and Haynes had four RBIs. Josh Iannarelli went 4-for-4 for the Black–Hawks who are now 3-0 on the season.

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Brooke Point       060  402  x  —  12  15  0

BP—JADEN ISIDRO, Josh Lupo, Jackson Foreman, Shane Egan, Schylar Packwood, Bryce Johnson, Jason Kaiser and Owen Bellamy.

BOYS TENNIS

MASSAPONAX 5,

MOUNTAIN VIEW 4

Massaponax’s Jacob Lohman and Harrison Gagnon won at No. 3 doubles to clinch the Commonwealt District title for the Panthers.

Singles: Kris Hernandez (MV) d. Connor Hyldahl 10-0; Donny Brewster (Ma) d. Mark Shelton 10-4; Kaleb Dougherty (Ma) d. Lucas West 10-2; Cole McCommons (MV) d. Jacob Lohman 10-6; Nolan Brewster (Ma) d. Zane Ballister 11-10 (7-4); Harrison Gagnon (Ma) d. Dante Renteria 10-3.

Doubles: Hernandez/Shelton (MV) d. Hyldahl/D. Brewster 10-2; West/McCommons (MV) d. Dougherty/N. Brewster 10-6; Lohman/Gagnon (Ma) d. Ballister/Renteria 10-1.

Next Games: Massaponax travels to Chancellor and Mountain View visits Patriot on Monday.

GIRLS TENNIS

MASSAPONAX 7,

RIVERBEND 2

Massaponax swept all three doubles matches to lock up the Commonwealth District championship.

Singles: Alexa Brewster (Ma) d. Caroline Patton 10-2; Grace Long (Rb) d. Katherine Sullivan 10-5; Abby Cinco (Ma) d. Sophia Long 10-1; Brooke Hyldahl (Ma) d. Mallory Mulienburg 10-4; Amelia DeDecker (R) d. Gwen Daniel 10-4; Anna Wei (Ma) d. Maddu Urian 11-10 (7-2).

Doubles: Brewster/Sullivan (Ma) d. Patton/G. Long 10-4; Cinco/Hyldahl (Ma) d. A. Long/Mulienburg 10-5; Wei/Miranda Parrish (Ma) d. DeDecker/Urian 10-5.

GIRLS LACROSSE

COLONIAL FORGE 15,

MOUNTAIN VIEW 8

Mary Ellen Schuster recorded four goals, two assists, and won five draw controls as Colonial Forge captured the Commonwealth District girls lacrosse tournament title with a 15-8 win over host Mountain View on Friday.

Anne Marie Hanville, Kadence Stanton, Maggie Hatton, Kailey Clasen and Annamarita each scored two goals for the Eagles. Emmy Ponce also scored.

Assisting on goals for Colonial Forge were Stanton (three), Schuster (two) and Hatton, while goalie Mel Rodgers made six saves.

The Eagles host Riverbend on Thursday, while the Wildcats host James Monroe on Tuesday.

Thursday’s games

GIRLS SOCCER

BROOKE POINT 2,

KING GEORGE 1, OT

Freshman Hailey Askelson scored the game-winning goal off an assist by Bailey Weatherby as Brooke Point defeated King George.

Jordan Newsom scored the Black-Hawks first goal off an assist by Kira Hawkins.

BASEBALL

STEWARD 8,

FRED. CHRISTIAN 0

Josiah Hyde and Joel Tarrh each had six strikeouts but Fredericksburg Christian fell to host Steward.

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Steward       102  221  x  —  8  7  2

FCS—JOEL TARRH, Josiah Hyde. Steward—LOGAN RANSOM.

SOFTBALL

KING WILLIAM 7,

WASHINGTON & LEE 5

Maddie Harris drove in two runs and Kelly Taylor had two hits as Washington & Lee nearly rallied from a 7-0 deficit, but ultimately fell to visiting King William.

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Wash & Lee       000  002  3  —  5  6  6

K. TEMPLE and S Davis. ANNE CARTER HARDING and Zoe Sanborn.



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