Friday's multi-sport high school roundup: Morris pitches all-strikeout perfect game for unbeaten Kecoughtan

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Softball:

Maddy Morris not only pitched another perfect game, she struck out all 15 batters she faced as unbeaten Kecoughtan shut out Heritage 28-0. ...

Sydney Gay struck out 13 and threw a three-hitter in Smithfield’s 6-0 win over York.

Gay, Hannah Rogers and Ashley Newman each had two hits for the Packers, and Newman drove in two runs. ...

Emily Salsberry struck out nine, and Emily May and Ashley Benge were among the Raiders with two hits and two runs as Warwick cruised past Hampton 11-0. ...

Adrianna Allen doubled, singled and pitched her way to victory as Woodside defeated Bethel 9-1. ...

Paige Simpson went 3-for-4, Madison Beasley went 2-for-3 with an RBI and Stephanie Torrance went 2-for-3 with a run and three RBI to lead New Kent to a 6-3 victory against Bruton. ...

A three-run fifth broke the game open and guided Grafton (8-2) to a 4-1 win over Poquoson.

Kerstin Roth scored twice and Tara Deck drove in two runs. ...

Ashtyn Clark returned to the lineup by batting 3-for-4 with an RBI as Tabb defeated Jamestown 10-2. Winning pitcher Alexis Gore batted 3-for-3.

Amber Verstynen and Madelyn Morinec, the top two hitters in the Tigers' order, both were 2-for-3 with two RBI. ...

Paige Simpson's three hits, Stephanie Torrance's three RBI and Destiny Eberhard's pitching guided New Kent (5-3) past Bruton 6-3. ...

Alexis Perkinson struck out 12 and batted 3-for-4 with two RBI to help Peninsula Catholic defeat Atlantic Shores 9-3. ...

Portsmouth Christian scored seven fourth-inning runs to defeat Hampton Roads Academy, though Grace Prillaman batted 2-for-2 for the Navigators.

Baseball:

Michael Diodato batted 3-for-3 with a run and three RBI and Brady Hudgins went 1-for-3 with two RBI to lead Gloucester (4-4) to a 10-3 victory against Menchville (8-2). ...

Tyler Barry batted 2-for-2 and drove in two runs to send Kecoughtan past Heritage 12-3. ...

Mikey Delgado doubled twice, singled, scored two runs and drove in two as Warwick (6-6) defeated Hampton 13-1. ...

Denbigh (5-5) beat Phoebus 15-5 as Ryan Rhodes batted 3-for-3 and Cameron Ochsenfeld pitched all five innings for the host Patriots. ...

Grafton scored in the eighth inning to win a seesaw 11-10 home game against Poquoson.

Evan Sperling, Jordan Sprouse and Jacob McAllister each drove in two runs for the Clippers. Sperling and Ricks Dearing had two hits each.

For the Islanders, Drew Watkins had three hits and Austin Gault was 2-for-5 with three RBI and a run. Dylan Freeman was 2-for-3 and scored twice. ...

Trey Cox singled home the winning run as New Kent edged Bay Rivers rival Bruton 10-9.

The Trojans (2-6) overcame an 8-2 third-inning deficit, eventually winning with a two-run seventh.

Steven Carpenter was instrumental in the rally, batted 4-for-5, stealing three bases and scoring four runs. ...

Smithfield shut out York 6-0. ...

Maggie Walker shut out Group 2A East rival King William 5-0.

Girls soccer:

Hannah Harris scored and assisted on Brittany Romero's goal, both in the second half, to guide Gloucester past Warwick 2-1.

Sienna Grau scored for the Raiders. ...

Kecoughtan edged Woodside 2-1. Regan Walter and Taina McLeod scored for the Warriors, while Camden Carpenter had the Wolverines' goal. ...

Amari Holmes scored twice, including in overtime, to boost Heritage past Phoebus 2-1. ...

Christchurch shut out St. Margaret’s 2-0. ...

Katie King scored to boost Nansemond-Suffolk Academy past Currituck County (N.C.) 1-0. Winning goalie Meagan Todd made 11 saves, including one of a penalty kick.

Boys soccer:

Josh Owusu scored off Chase Deaton's assist to lift Bethel past Denbigh 1-0. ...

Heritage gained its first victory of the season after four losses and a draw, shutting out Phoebus 2-0. ...

Daniel Deanhofer had a goal and an assist and Brad Malarkey scored to lead Menchville to a 2-1 victory against Hampton. ...

Chase Thomas scored twice as Kecoughtan earned a 4-4 draw with Woodside. Marco Puentes scored twice for the Wolverines.

Boys tennis:

Will Prillaman and Ben Nochimson combined to go 3-0 at the top of the lineup, leading Hampton Roads Academy to a 6-3 win against Norfolk Christian in the Tidewater Conference of Independent Schools. ...

In a duel of Group 4A South powers, Midlothian led Jamestown 4-2 when their match was suspended during doubles. It will be resumed later. ...

Matthew Pittman won 6-0, 6-0 on the top line as Bethel defeated Phoebus 8-1. ...

Girls tennis:

Anna Walter won at the top singles spot, but Jamestown lost 8-1 to Midlothian. ...

Despite losing on the top singles and doubles lines, Bethel (5-2) defeated Phoebus 7-2. The Phantoms were lacking a No. 6 player.

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