Megan Watts scored a hat trick and also contributed an assist in Mountain View’s 4–1 victory overvisiting Riverbend in the opening round of the Commonwealth District girls soccer tournament on Tuesday.

Hannah Taylor also scored and assisted for the Wildcats. Teammates Ruby Darling and Brooke Burzynski tallied assists in the win.

Kenzie Burns scored off an assist by K.K. Butcher for the Bears’ lone goal.

Mountain View (1–0) continues tournament play on Thursday. Riverbend (0–1) faces Battlefield on Tuesday.

GIRLS SOCCER

COLONIAL FORGE 6,

STAFFORD 0

Lailah Daniel had a goal and two assists in the Eagles’ Commonwealth District quarterfinal win.

Avery Bonner added a goal and two assists, and Kaylani Lee-Green, Maddie Johnson, Riley Morrison and Sasha Fields also scored.

Colonial Forge advances to face Mountain View in Thursday’s semifinals at Stafford.

CAROLINE 8, ESSEX 0

Taylor Brooks scored three goals off headers on corner kicks, and Breanna Machado totaled one goal and five assists to help homestanding Caroline open the season with a win.

Teyah Driver scored twice and Erin Hovermill and Delaney Haislop once each, while goalie Karie Lloyd registered seven saves for the Cavaliers (1–0), who entertain Louisa on Thursday.

MASSAPONAX 6,

PATRICK HENRY 1

Alexa Stohr and Kaitlyn Venzen each scored two goals for Massaponax in a dominant victory over visiting Patrick Henry (Ashland).

Taryn Saunders and Sara Frensley scored the Panthers’ other two goals, while Saunders assisted on another. Kendal Smith (two) and Rylie White also had assists in the win.

Massaponax will play North Stafford on Thursday in the Commonwealth District semifinals at Stafford High School.

BOYS SOCCER

BROOKE POINT 2, RIVERBEND 1, OT

Josh Maloney scored the game-winning goal with 30 seconds remaining in the second overtime to propel Brooke Point’s boys soccer team past host Riverbend 2–1 on Tuesday in a Commonwealth District tournament quarterfinal.

Bryce Graf scored the game’s first goal for the Black-Hawks with a free kick in the second half.

Jake Mendoza scored Riverbend’s lone goal on a rebound of a blocked penalty kick.

Brooke Point continues play in the district tournament on Thursday.

MOUNTAIN VIEW 2,

MASSAPONAX 0

Gabriel Guerrero had a goal and an assist, and goalie Colin Weinberger made five saves to help Mountain View get a win in the quarterfinals of the Commonwealth District tournamnet.

Kevin Blanco headed home a corner kick in the second half for the Wildcats (1–0), who play North Stafford in the district semifinals on Wednesday at Stafford, at 6 p.m.

CHANCELLOR 3,

LAFAYETTE 0

Eli Carr scored two goals off assists by Clayton Wheeler and Josh Rasure in Chancellor’s nondistrict shutout victory over Lafayette.

Wheeler also scored in the win. Joe Egbo recorded five saves in goal for the Chargers (1–0), who host Park View (Sterling) on Tuesday.

SPOTSYLVANIA 2,

CULPEPER 1

Hunter Iden scored an unassisted goal with three minutes to play and goalie Alex Timis made several key saves to help Spotsylvania open its season with a home win.

Kyle Shelton scored off an assist from Hunter Wheeler in the first half for the Knights (1–0), who visit Louisa on Tuesday.

SOFTBALL

RIVERBEND 5, NORTH STAFFORD 3

Taylor Henriques hit a go-ahead, two-run home run in the fifth inning to lead Riverbend over North Stafford 5–3 in the Commonwealth District softball quarterfinals on Tuesday.

Mackenzie Snell scored on Henriques’s homer after getting on base with a triple. Alexi Benson struck out 13 batters in just over five innings.

Kyleigh Richardson hit a solo home run in the third inning for the Wolverines.

The Bears (1–0) play Mountain View in the district semifinals at Stafford High School on Thursday.

The Wolverines (0–1) will play at Woodbridge next Monday.

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Riverbend  002  120  0  —  5  8  0

KYLEIGH RICHARDSON and Mackenzie Cornell. ALEXI BENSON, Carley Romine (6) and Kendall Jackson.

WASHINGTON & LEE 7,

MIDDLESEX 6

Jenny Broglin had two hits, two runs scored and an RBI, and Christian Ransome added two hits, two RBIs and a run scored in Washington & Lee’s season-opening road victory.

Anne Carter Harding finished 3 for 4 for the Eagles (1–0), who host King Williams on Thursday.

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Wash. & Lee     0200230771
Middlesex  402  000  0  —  6  6  6

ANNE CARTER HARDING and Zoe Sanborn. J. RICHARDS and L. Greene.

BASEBALL

ORANGE 1,

WILLIAM MONROE 0

Kyle Johnson had three hits, including a walk-off RBI in Orange’s home victory over William Monroe.

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Orange  000  000  01  —  1  7  0

WM—R. Owen, A. Kinsey. OC—Canon Davies.

COLONIAL BEACH 11,

JAMES MONROE 4

Cole Setliff was 2 for 2 with a double and two RBIs to help Colonial Beach get a nondistrict home win.

Matthew Reid added an RBI single and scored three runs, while David Cable also had an RBI single for the Drifters (1–1), who host Caroline on Thursday.

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Colonial Beach       041  6x  —  11  6  2

HORN, Carmady (4) and Healey. TREY PIETIAS and Cole Setliff.

BROOKE POINT 9,

MASSAPONAX 4

Senior Josh Lupo hit a go-ahead, three-run double in the top of the seventh inning as Brooke Point used a seven-run final frame to rally past host Massaponax.

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Massaponax        000  030  0  —  4  x  x

BP—Ryan Bellamy, OWEN BELLAMY (5) and Dillon Taylor. Ma—n/a.

GIRLS LACROSSE

COLONIAL FORGE 18, MASSAPONAX 2

Kadence Stanton, Kailey Clasen, Emmy Ponce and Anne Marie Hanville each scored three times in the Eagles’ Commonwealth District quarterfinal win.

Maggie Hatton, Mary Ellen Schuster and Annamarita Sofis added two goals apiece. Staton and Hanville had three assists each, and Clasen and Schuster had two each. Mel Rodgers made six saves in goal.



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