Prep roundup: Warhill roars past Jamestown


Warhill got a pair of rushing touchdowns from Noah Holmes and two touchdown passes from Jamin Hazelaar in a 49-6 rout of Jamestown Friday at Wanner Stadium.

Holmes scored the first two touchdowns of the game on runs of 23 and 68 yards. Jamin Hazelaar then threw the first of his two touchdown passes, a 68-yarder to Armon Fanin to put the Lions up 21-0.

Fanin scored again on a 43-yard reverse, and following a 25-yard pass from Holmes to Ethan Hazelaar, Blake Blanch ran in for another touchdown to put Warhill up 35-0 at the half.

Jamin Hazelaar then found Ethan Hazelaar for a 52-yard touchdown pass in the third quarter before Jamestown scored in the fourth quarter.

Jabray James scored the Lions' final touchdown on an 18-yard run to cap a dominating performance for Warhill (6-3, 5-3 BRD). The Eagles fell to 2-7, 2-6.

Despite their difference in the Bay Rivers District standings, they began the weekend only one spot apart in Region 4A, holding the final two playoff berths, with Warhill seventh and Jamestown eighth.

More football

Smithfield 62, Grafton 6: The Packers (7-2, 7-1 Bay Rivers) continued to roll as they stayed on course for a first-round home game in the 4A playoffs.

The undermanned Clippers fell to 1-8, 0-8.

Tabb 35, Bruton 21: The Panthers finished strong, but started slowly in a loss to Tabb.

The Tigers (2-7) led 21-0 at the half before Adam McMillion scored on a 3-yard run in the third quarter. Tabb’s Jaylen Jones then returned the ensuing kickoff 90 yards for a touchdown.

Josh Uvodich caught two fourth quarter touchdown passes, a 9-yarder from McMillion and a 21-yarder from Steven Sheldon.

Sheldon was 5-for-9 passing for 58 yards, while Udovich caught four passes for 54 yards. McMillion led Bruton with 74 yards rushing on 11 carries, while Darian Brooks rushed 11 times for 63 yards.

As a team, Bruton rushed for 181 yards, with Tabb rushing for 339 yards. The Panthers fell to 2-7.

Field hockey

In Region 4A quarterfinal action, Warhill shut out Jamestown 3-0, and Lafayette scored in overtime to defeat Grafton 1-0, earning the Rams the right to travel for a Wednesday semifinal at Powhatan, which overwhelmed Denbigh 16-0.

In the 3A quarterfinals, Tabb began what it hopes is another championship run with a 9-1 victory over Bruton.

Kristen Jacoby scored twice as York defeated Lakeland 6-2. Bri Balser added a goal and an assist for York. Claire Haskin, Elise Reichle and Sarah Farrell also scored for the Falcons (10-5), who will play Tabb at 4 p.m. Wednesday at Bailey Field.

Girls volleyball

Bay Rivers District teams went 3-0 in the 4A quarterfinals.

Top-seeded Jamestown swept Denbigh 25-12, 25-7, 25-8 behind Emma Schriner's 17 kills and Madison Kolda's 21 assists. Emma Yaugo added six kills and 11 aces for the Eagles. The Patriots ended the season with a 7-17 record.

The Eagles (21-3) will host a semifinal at 7 p.m. Wednesday against No. 4 Warhill, which beat No. 5 Great Bridge in straight sets.

On the bracket's other half, second-seeded Grafton beat No. 7 Heritage in straight sets to earn a home semifinal Wednesday against Deep Creek.

In the 3A tournament, York bounced Phoebus in straight sets to earn a trip to South Hill to meet Park View.

Boys soccer

Host Portsmouth Christian defeated Williamsburg Christian Academy 1-0 to win the Metro Conference championship.

Jalen Hollins’s goal with about 11:30 left in regulation was the difference. The two teams had split a pair of games in the regular season, each winning at home.

The Eagles finished the season with an 8-3-1 record.

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