Hunter Trimarchi had a two-RBI single and Elmer Figueroa singled in the other run in the first inning, and North Stafford made those runs stand up for a 3-1 Commonwealth District baseball semifinal win over Brooke Point on Thursday at Stafford High School.

Mike Bennett and Jacob Via tossed a combined three-hitter for the Wolverines (2-0), who will visit Stafford in the district final on Friday.

Brooke Point scored their run on a bases-loaded walk.

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MIKE BENNETT, Jacob Via (5) and Elmer Figueroa. K. HAYNES, B. Johnson (5), Jason Kizer (6), Jackson Foreman (7) and Taylor.

BASEBALL

STAFFORD 2,

COLONIAL FORGE 1

Mike Tolson pitched five scoreless innings and Tucker Sullivan drove in a run in Stafford’s home victory over Colonial Forge.

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AIDAN HENDERSON, A.J. Zeak (6) and Jake Wortman. MIKE TOLSON, Grant Fuller (6), Kazuya Jordan (7), Tucker Sullivan (7) and Joe Tolson.

ORANGE 2,

WILLIAM MONROE 1

Brett Jennings and Caleb Fincham turned in a solid effort on the mound, allowing only one run in Orange’s road win over William Monroe.

Christian Koontz and Zach Redifer each drove in a run for the Hornets.

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Brett Jennings, Caleb FINCHAM (5). Lance Tate, LOGAN JONES (5).

SPOTSYLVANIA 4,

CULPEPER 2

Brian Baker had nine strikeouts and an RBI double, teammate Logan Parker hit a go-ahead RBI single that scored two, and Spotsylvania won their opener over visiting Culpeper.

Taylor Castle had two hits and drove in a run for the Knights (1-0) who travel to Fluvanna on Monday.

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Thomas Ketcham, KYLE MCMEANS (5), Eric Wilson (6) and Ben Anderson. Brian Baker, TREVOR CROSON (6) and Jonathan Olsberg, Logan Parker (6).

CAROLINE 5,

COLONIAL BEACH 2

Trey Pietras had the sole hit for Colonial Beach, but his team took a loss at home against the Caroline Cavaliers.

The Drifters will visit Courtland next for a Monday matchup.

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CHAPMAN and Somers. Trevor Smith, Mason Delane (7) and Cole Setliff.

SOFTBALL

CAROLINE 19,

COLONIAL BEACH 1

Madilyn Newlon went 2-for-3 with a run scored, while teammate Anna O’Sullivan finished 1-for-3 with a double for Colonial Beach, but the Drifters struggled to contain the Cavaliers in a home outing.

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MAYA MORTON, Destiny Schroeder (3) and Starlyght Pallett. Madison Brown, Madison Scherer (2) and Litany Holstler, Charity Miller (2), Eva Reid (4).

SPOTSYLVANIA 7,

CULPEPER 0

Lillian Martinez drove in two runs and hit a home run, Carmen Rodgers pitched six scoreless innings, and Spotsylvania opened the season with a home victory over Culpeper.

Taylor Boggs hit an RBI double for the Knights (1-0), who visit Fluvanna on Monday.

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KRISTEN RODIER and Carleigh Atkins. CARMEN RODGERS and Lillian Martinez.

BOYS LACROSSE

JAMES MONROE 12,

FRED. ACADEMY 6

Mac Holland scored six goals and Sam Dumont contributed four goals to help James Monroe start 2-0 for the first time in program history with a win over Fredericksburg Academy.

Turner White and Jared Kennard also scored for the Yellow Jackets. Assists were recorded by Dumont (two), White (two), Holland, and Paul Lucas.

Christian Powell tallied seven saves in the win.

GIRLS LACROSSE

COLONIAL FORGE 18,

RIVERBEND 7

Emmy Ponce scored five goals and Maggie Hatton chipped in three more in Colonial Forge’s Commonwealth District semifinal win over Riverbend.

Kadence Stanton, Kailey Clasen, and Faith Piser each scored two goals for the Eagles in the win. Annamarita Sofis won four draw controls and also had a score.

Tallying assists for Colonial Forge were Stanton (three), Hatton (two), Clasen (two), and Ponce.

JAMES MONROE 15,

FRED. ACADEMY 3

Rosa Williams tallied four goals and an assist for James Monroe in a victory over Fredericksburg Academy.

Emma Kruus (three), Morgan Rigual (two), Carrie Stinchcomb (two), Caroline Wack (two), Amelie Arbaiza, and Taylor Hough also scored for the Yellow Jackets.

Rigual (two) and Stinchcomb assisted on goals. Rahkiya Lane recorded eight saves in the win.

MOUNTAIN VIEW 13,

NORTH STAFFORD 3

Mary D’Lugos scored six goals and Lizzie Ranberger had five as host Mountain View defeated North Stafford in the Commonwealth District semfinals.

Hannah Navarro and Mackenzie Proffitt each tallied a goal for the Wildcats who play Colonial Forge for the district title on Friday.

GIRLS SOCCER

MASSAPONAX 3,

NORTH STAFFORD 0

Kaitlyn Venzen had a goal and an assist and goalie Julia Hollandsworth registered nine saves to help Massaponax get a win in the Commonwealth District semifinals.

Kristian Venzen and Sara Frensley also scored, while Alexa Stohr earned an assist for the Panthers (2-0), who will face Colonial Forge in the district final on Friday, at 4 p.m., at Stafford High School.

BOYS SOCCER

MIDDLESEX 4,

WASHINGTON 7 LEE 3

Eduardo Santiago had two goals and an assist for Washington & Lee, but Middlesex was able to claw out a win.

Yahir Antunez added a goal and an assist for the Eagles (0-1), who visit Caroline on Monday.

BOYS TENNIS

JAMES MONROE 5,

JAMESTOWN 4

Singles: Jordon Deberry (Ja) d. Adam Payne 6-4, 6-0; Noah Adam (JM) d. Ben Sherri 6-2, 6-1; Cooper Sims (JM) d. n/a 1-6, 6-4, 10-7; Caleb Sony (Ja) d. Micah Dornbus 3-6, 7-6, 10-6; Garretts Bellin (Ja) d. Levi Hoffman 6-4, 4-6, 10-8; Mike Montere (JM) d. Luke Forrester 6-4, 6-4.

Doubles: Deberry/Aaron (Ja) d. Adams/Sims 10-6; Hoffman/Payne (JM) d. Sherri/Sony; Marcus Larme/Dornbush (JM) d. Bellin/Forrester 10-5.

MOUNTAIN VIEW 8,

STAFFORD 1

Singles: Kris Hernandez (MV) d. Henry Counsel 10-0; Mark Shelton (MV) d. Zach Allen 10-5; Lucas West (MV) d. Nesta Fleckler 10-6; Cole McCommons (MV) d. Henry Melson 10-6; Zane Ballister (MV) d. Eric Ngo 10-4; Dante Renteria (MV) d. Luke Osleger 10-2.

Doubles: Hernandez/West (MV) d. Counsel/Allen 10-2; Shelton/McCommons (MV) d. Melson/Fleckler 10-7; Osleger/Ngo (St) d. Claudio Rogojan/Jarod Auletti 10-2.

Next Game: Mountain View (2-0) travels to Massaponax on Friday.

GIRLS TENNIS

MASSAPONAX 7,

STAFFORD 2

Singles: Alexa Brewster (Ma) d. Sarah Selby 10-4; Katherine Sullivan (Ma) d. Sidney Selby 10-7; Abby Cinco (Ma); Maria Ross (St) d. Brooke Hyldahl 10-5; Kameryn Daniel (St) d. Naveena Deva 10-0; Gwen Daniel (Ma) d. Junga Steves 10-3.

Doubles: Brewster/Sullivan (Ma) d. Sarah Selby/Sidney Selby 10-4; Cinci/Hyldahl (Ma) d. Sisson/Wiss 10-0; Anna Wei/Miranda Parrish (Ma) d. Daniel/ Steves 10-8.

Next game: Massaponax hosts Riverbend on Friday.

Wednesday’s game

GIRLS TENNIS

RIVERBEND 5,

MOUNTAIN VIEW 4

Singles: Caroline Patton (Ri) d. Taylor Larned 10-4; Grace Long (Ri) d. Priya Singh 10-4; Kate Sportsman (MV) d. Sophia Long 10–2; Maya Madore (MV) d. Mallory Muilenburg 11-9; Amelia DeDecker (Ri) d. Juliana Calvert 10-4; Jordan Pearson (MV) Maddie Urian 10-2.

Doubles: Patton/G. Long (Ri) d. Larned/Singh 10-3; S. Long/Mulienberg (Ri) d. Sportsman/Madore 10-5; Pearson/Calver (MV) d. Uriah/DeDecker 10-8.

Tuesday’s result

GIRLS SOCCER

FCS 2, SAINT GERTRUDE 0

Taylor Thomas and Megan Miller tallied goals, with assists coming from Erin Jones and Catie Jones in Fredericksburg Christian’s win.

Emma Jones, Kylie Rose and Allie Garrison each contributed good defense for the Eagles (1-0), who entertain Saint John Paul the Great on Friday



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