Prep roundup: Jamestown gets walkoff softball win over Warhill

Jimmy LaRoue

Tara Rowden hit a walk-off triple in the bottom of the ninth to drive in the winning run for Jamestown in a 2-1 win over Warhill Friday in Bay Rivers District softball action.

Madalyn Morton pitched all nine innings for the Eagles, giving up three hits and an earned run while striking out five.

Kara Greene had a strong game in the circle for Warhill, going the distance and striking out 14. Greene scattered eight hits and walked two but gave up one Jamestown run in the third inning before the double from Rowden, who had two hits.

Paige Richardson went 3-for-4 for the Eagles, driving in their other run, and Emma Brown went 2-for-4.

Dajanera Wallace, Greene and Kristin Morris-Rose had Warhill’s only hits of the game, with Greene driving in the Lions’ run.

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Poquoson 13, Lafayette 2 (5 innings) — The Rams scored twice in the top of the first but that was it in a Bay Rivers District loss to the Islanders Friday.

Poquoson took advantage of nine Lafayette errors and scored eight runs in the bottom of the fifth to pull away.

Julia Jones went 2-for-2 with an RBI, and Tilly Fenske brought in another run.

Jones gave up 11 runs, though just two of those were earned in the loss, striking out four.

Records of area teams through Monday: Jamestown 4-4, Warhill 3-4, Lafayette 1-6, Bruton 1-6


Walsingham Academy 13, Christchurch School 3 — The Trojans erased a three-run deficit with 13 runs over the final four innings in a win Saturday over Christchurch.

Tanner Schobel went 3-for-4 with two doubles and an RBI, and Christian Carter and Nathan Wildasin drove in two runs apiece for Walsingham.

Zach Stanko pitched five innings for the Trojans, giving up three hits, four walks and three runs — two earned — while striking out two.

Walsingham also took advantage of five Christchurch errors and walked 13 times.

Walsingham repeated as the top-ranked team in the Virginia Independent Schools Athletic Association Division III poll.

Jamestown 1, Warhill 0 — Hunter Pegram drove in the only run of the game in the Eagles’ win over the Lions Friday.

The pitchers for both teams combined to give up five hits. Spencer Pietruszynski gave up one hit for Jamestown, striking out three and walking four in the shutout.

Two Warhill pitchers combined for a strong performance, with Sam Rochard going five innings and giving up three hits and a run. Reece Koon came on in relief and pitched a shutout inning.

Tabb 17, Bruton 0 (5 innings) — The Panthers could only muster one hit in their Bay Rivers loss to the Tigers Friday.

That hit came from Justin Hicks, who also shared pitching duties with Stephen Sheldon and Branko Jaworski.

Tabb led 1-0 going into the bottom of the third before a 10-run explosion, followed by another six runs in the fourth.

Benedictine 11, Walsingham Academy 0 — The Trojans managed one hit in a loss Friday to Benedictine.

Jason Covaney’s single in the bottom of the third was Walsingham’s only hit.

Jacob Miller-Bopp pitched four innings for the Trojans, giving up five earned runs on nine hits, while Tanner Schobel gave up an earned run on two hits and Nathan Wildasin gave up two hits and two earned runs.

Poquoson 10, Lafayette 0 (6 innings) — The Islanders scored nine times in the third and scored once in the sixth to finish off the Rams an inning early Friday.

Osvaldo Torres, Jacob Golub, Leighton Holm and Jack Nice all had hits for Lafayette.

Chase Smith and Sutton Perozek pitched for the Rams, with Smith giving up six hits and six earned runs in 2-1/3 innings, and Perrozek three hits and two earned runs in three innings.

Records of area teams through Monday: Walsingham Academy 12-6, Jamestown 7-1, Lafayette 5-3, Warhill 4-3, Bruton 1-6

Girls soccer

Jamestown 3, E.C. Glass 2 (OT) — The Eagles rallied from a one-goal halftime deficit to pick up the road non-district win in Lynchburg Saturday.

Jamestown got goals from Sofie Fox, Madeline Allburn and Kylie Devine, with Briianna Behm and Devine picking up assists. Three Eagles goalkeepers combined to make five saves.

Caroline Wigboldy had a goal and an assist for E.C. Glass. Wigboldy’s sister, Amanda, who also plays for E.C. Glass and for the Richmond United club team, is a College of William and Mary commit.

Bruton 3, New Kent 1 — The Panthers bounced back from a shutout loss to pick up a district win Monday over the Trojans.

Lafayette 2, Warhill 0 — The Rams shut out the Lions Monday.

York 6, Bruton 0 — The Falcons shut out the Panthers Friday in Bay Rivers play.

Records of area teams through Monday: Bruton 4-2-1, Lafayette 3-2-1, Warhill 3-3-1, Jamestown 3-2-0

Boys soccer

Bruton 2, New Kent 1 — The Panthers scored goals in the fifth and 59th minute, and held off a Trojans goal with 12 minutes left to pick up the Bay Rivers win Monday.

Garrett Turner scored both goals for Bruton, and Bryan Carr had eight saves in goal.

Warhill 3, Lafayette 1 — The Lions scored a Bay Rivers win Monday over the Rams at Wanner Stadium.

Smithfield 2, Jamestown 1 (OT) — Parker Caterbone scored the winning goal six minutes into overtime for Smithfield in its win over the Eagles.

Caterbone scored with 26 minutes left in regulation and Antonio Gonzalez tied the game three minutes later for Jamestown.

Records of area teams through Monday: Jamestown 5-2-0, Lafayette 3-2-1, Warhill 3-2-0, Bruton 2-3-0

Track and field

Walsingham Invitational — Walsingham’s girls track team won its own invitational Saturday with 183 points, as it tallied nine first-place finishes.

Individual winners for the Trojans included Leyjah Hamrick (100 — 12.68), Kiely Curran (400 — 1:01.04), Clare Kinney (800 — 2:33.64), Jocelyn Covaney (100 hurdles — 18.88), Christin Toth (300 hurdles — 51.65) and Cammie Mann (high jump — 4-10)

Walsingham’s 4x100, 4x400 and 4x800 relay teams also picked up wins.

For the boys, Holden Kearns finished second in the shot put and fourth in the discus, as the Trojans finished eighth with 47.5 points.

James River Invitational — Jamestown’s John Agnew finished fifth in the 1,600 at the James River Invitational Saturday in Midlothian, while Darius Reed finished fourth for the Eagles in the 100.

Jamestown’s Nicholas Rauchwarg finished in a three-way tie for third in the high jump, and David Washington landed in a five-way tie for sixth in the same event.

For the girls, the Eagles’ Abby Schugeld finished fourth in the 400, and Kirsten Long took third in the 1,600 and fifth in the 800. Jamestown’s 4x400 relay team finished sixth.

Boys tennis

Lafayette 5, Smithfield 4 — The Rams picked up a close win over the Packers Monday.

Records of area teams through Monday: Jamestown 9-0, Lafayette 4-2, Bruton 4-4, Warhill 0-7

Girls tennis

Smithfield 8, Lafayette 1 — The Rams won just one match as the Packers picked up the Bay Rivers win Monday.

Records of area teams through Monday: Jamestown 8-1, Bruton 4-2, Warhill 3-4-1, Lafayette 3-5

LaRoue can be reached by phone at 757-345-2342, by email at or on Twitter @jlaroue.

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