Area briefs: Millbrook girls’ soccer routs Warren

Posted: March 28, 2013

From Star staff reports

WINCHESTER — Brooke Borlie and Holly Elko had two goals each to lead the Millbrook girls’ soccer team to a 6-0 non-district victory over Warren County Wednesday.

The Pioneers (3-2) also received goals from Devan Davis and Jennifer Share.

Boys’ Tennis

Warriors 9, Hawks 0

STEPHENS CITY — Sherando swept Skyline in a Northwestern District match Wednesday.

The Warriors (3-2, 1-0 Northwestern) got wins from Chris Mikus (No. 1, 10-0), Matt Blaney (No. 2, 10-2), Nik Mikus (No. 3, 10-3), Ben Hulver (No. 4, 10-1), Andrew Spieles (No. 5, 10-7) and Jared Linz-van de Crommert (No. 6, 11-9) in singles.

Sherando outscored the Hawks by a combined 30-3 margin in the three doubles matches.

Pioneers 8, Colonels 1

WINCHESTER — Millbrook defeated James Wood in the Pioneers’ Northwestern District opener Wednesday at James Wood.

The Pioneers (2-1, 1-0 Northwestern) got singles wins from Dillon Rice (10-7 at No. 2), Sean Franz (10-4 at No. 3), Conner Pierson (10-5 at No. 4), Bradley McGuire (10-3 at No. 5) and Mitch Ulich (10-5 at No. 6).

Millbrook got doubles wins from Chris Wiens and Rice at No. 1 (10-5), Franz and Ulich at No. 2 (10-3) and Pierson and McGuire at No. 3 (10-2).

Mason Beeler of James Wood (0-6, 0-2) won 11-9 at No. 1.


Hawks 9, Warriors 0

FRONT ROYAL — Sherando managed just 17 game wins in losing to Skyline in its Northwestern District opener Wednesday.

For the Warriors (0-5, 0-1 Northwestern), Lizzy Lahners had the best effort in singles with a 10-3 loss, and Lahners and Haley Ziese lost 10-3 at No. 3 doubles.

Pioneers 6, Colonels 3

WINCHESTER — Millbrook defeated James Wood in the Pioneers’ Northwestern District opener at Millbrook.

The Pioneers (1-3, 1-0 Northwestern) received singles wins from Jenny Beasley at No. 1 (10-7), Saelyen Kim at No. 2 (10-7), Sarah Duvall at No. 5 (10-3) and Holly Stevens at No. 6 (10-5).

Millbrook received doubles wins from Beasley and Kim at No. 1 (10-6) and Duvall and Anna Cebrzynski at No. 3 (10-7).

James Wood received wins from Ashley Hillyard at No. 3 singles (10-2), Katie Schott at No. 4 singles (11-9) and Hillyard and Haley Burke at No. 2 doubles.


Eagles 11, Hornets 2

BRIDGEWATER — League leading Bridgewater College kept its ODAC record perfect with a victory over No. 12 Shenandoah Wednesday afternoon.

The Eagles (14-5, 8-0 ODAC) scored two runs in the first before breaking the game open over SU (14-5, 7-4) with a six-run fourth.

The Hornets had cut the deficit to 3-2 by scoring one run in the third and another in the fourth.

Sophomore Michael Paul paced the visitors with three hits in four at-bats while sophomore Corbin Lucas and freshman John Wilt both had two hits.

Daniel Freshley and J.J. McDaniel had drove in the squad’s two runs.

Freshman Billy Arens (2-1) took the loss. He allowed eight runs (seven earned) on nine hits and one walk in 32/3innings of work.

Arens also struck out one.

BC had 16 hits on the day with all nine starters getting at least one hit. The top five hitters in the Eagles lineup had a combined 10 hits.

Shenandoah is back in action on Saturday in an ODAC doubleheader against Virginia Wesleyan.


Green Terror 19, Hornets 9

WINCHESTER — Shenandoah University saw its five-game winning streak snapped Wednesday night with a non-league loss to McDaniel.

The Green Terror (5-3) scored the opening goal of the game 69 seconds in and after Julia Jacobs scored unassisted at 22:52, led the rest of the way against SU (6-2).

Samantha Sisson tallied off of a free position shot for the hosts at 18:52 to cut the deficit to 3-2, but this would be as close as the Hornets would get.

McDaniel, which dominated possession thanks to a 19-11 advantage in draw controls, answered Sisson’s tally by outscoring Shenandoah 6-3 in the final 16:59 of the opening stanza.

The final goal, by Bridget Bopst on a free position shot, came just 36 seconds before the halftime gun.

The Green Terror then scored the initial three goals of the second to push the advantage out to seven goals by the 24:41 mark.

A pair of Liz Bereit free position goals, at 24:25 and 20:06, brought the Hornets to within five at 12-7 before McDaniel tallied seven of the game’s final nine goals.

Bereit had four goals and one assist for five points with Sisson adding two goals and two assists.

Amy Rollins and Samantha Donaghy had scored twice and once, respectively, to round out the Shenandoah scoring.

The visitors outshot SU 29-19, had a 13-11 advantage in groundballs and were nearly perfect, 18 of 19, on clears.

Green Terror goalies combined for five saves while Ashley Cross had four stops for the hosts.

The Hornets return to ODAC play on Saturday with a 1 p.m. contest at Hollins.