Robinson routs Westfield
The Robinson Secondary School boys’ soccer team improved its record to 6-2 behind a two-goal performance from Sam Yardley during a 5-0 victory against Westfield on Monday night.
The Rams, now 2-0 in Concorde District play, also had goals from Mikael Belay, Ben Gomez and Andrew Osiecki.
Westfield’s record drops to 1-6-1 on the season and 0-2 in the district.
Centreville sneaks past Oakton
The Centreville girls’ varsity lacrosse team won an intense game April 13 against top-ranked Oakton, 14-13, in its first Concorde District game of the year.
Senior midfielder Hayley Anderson pounded home two consecutive shots at the start, fed by freshman attacker Reagan Newell.
Anderson led the scoring with seven goals (two draw controls). Junior midfielder Carly Sane had with three goals (one draw control). Freshman midfielder Caroline Wakefield had two goals, two assists, six ground balls, three draw controls and three caused turnovers.
Newell dominated in the attack position with one goal, five assists, one draw control, five ground balls and one caused turnover.
In the net, first-season, senior goalie Ayana Teran was outstanding with 14 saves from a well-seasoned group of Cougar offensive players. Junior defenders Danielle Smith and Brooke Peterson each tallied two ground balls and a caused turnover.
Madison tops McLean
Madison prevailed 7-4 against McLean in a game prior to which the softball teams shared second place in the Liberty District.
After seeing the Warhawks get out to a 4-0 through the first five innings, McLean rallied to tie the game in the sixth. Madison would score its final three runs in the seventh.
Elizabeth Fallas and Kelsey Ross shared time on the mound for the Warhawks, with Fallas going five innings. She allowed two earned runs on three hits with five strikeouts. Ross pitched the final two innings to earn the win, giving up no runs on one hit, striking out two.
Five Warhawks had multi-hit games: Fallas (double, two RBIs), Tori Lipnicky (one RBI), Ally Grasso (two doubles), Kristyn Buscemi and Brittany Powers. Mary Bolinger (two RBIs) and Ross contributed the other hits for the Warhawks.
The win improved Madison's record to 9-3 and 5-1 in district play.