FORK UNION — Nick Hayden’s eighth-place finish led the Millbrook High School boys’ cross country team to second place among 25 teams in the Fork Union Cross Country Invitational on Saturday.

Millbrook totaled 154 points in the event, which was dominated by Glen Allen with 85. The Pioneers finished seven points ahead of third-place Western Albemarle.

Hayden covered the 3.1-mile course in 16 minutes, 43.5 seconds. Woodberry Forest’s Ferenc Kovacs won the meet with a time of 16:01.7.

Madison Murphy took fifth overall to lead the Pioneers’ girls to fourth among 13 teams.

The Pioneers totaled 122 points. Pacers Homeschool (48). Glen Allen (108) and Albemarle (113) finished ahead of Millbrook.

Murphy ran a time of 19:44.1 and was one of just eight girls to crack the 20-minute mark. The Covenant School’s Maddie Gardiner won in 18:52.2.

Other Millbrook boys scorers: 19. Kai Johnson 17:19.8; 28. Carter Johnson 17:42.8; 43. Peyton Comins 18:09.6; 60. Carter Luden 18:37.2

Other Millbrook girls’ scorers: 18. Angelina Guerrero 20:22.9; 30. Angela Dojcak 21:18.2; 35. Rebecca Edlich 21:45.7; 58. Cailey Johnson 23:12.5.

Handley’s Schianchi takes 20th at meet

CARY, N.C. — Handley’s Nico Schianchi placed 20th among 212 finishers at the adidas XC Challenge on Saturday.

Schianchi covered the 3.1 miles in 16 minutes, 4 seconds. Conner Wingfield from Daniel Boone High School (Tenn.) won with a time of 15:19.9.

Field hockey: SU 2, Stevenson 1

OWINGS MILLS, Md. — Lauren Tyre’s goal with 7:40 left gave Shenandoah University coach Ashley Smeltzer-Kraft her 100th win at SU with a triumph over Stevenson on Saturday.

Kelsey Jones also scored for the Hornets (5-1). Smeltzer-Kraft improved to 100-55 in her more than nine seasons with the program.

Men’s soccer: SU 6, Wilson 0

WINCHESTER — Maynor Menendez, Niclas Vavra, Jasson Acosta, Connor Robles, Pedro Flor and Jack Meixner each scored a goal as Shenandoah University (5-2) routed winless Wilson College (0-4) on Saturday.

Women’s soccer: Eastern 1, SU 0, OT

ST. DAVIDS, Pa. — Eastern University’s Ashley Hollinger scored in overtime as the Eagles (2-3-1) beat Shenandoah University (3-5) on Saturday. Kasie Kilmer had four saves for the Hornets.

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