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Prep roundup: April 11

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LURAY -- Ryan Henschel did a little bit of everything for Stonewall Jackson on Monday night to lead the Generals to a 6-3 Shenandoah District baseball win over Luray.

Henschel went 2-for-3 with two doubles and two RBIs. He also pitched a complete game, allowing only five hits and striking out nine. Anthony Peacher went 3-for-3 with a double, a triple and two RBis for the Generals (5-4, 2-2 Shenandoah). The Generals trailed 3-1 entering the top of the sixth, but rallied with four runs in the frame to take the lead.

Strasburg 14, East Rockingham 7

STRASBURG -- Although Strasburg (5-1) had 11 hits, and benefeited from seven East Rockingham errors, the Rams' pitching woes had them shuffling hurlers on and off the mound Monday. Hunter Funk, in three innings of work, eventually earned the win.

Senior Zach Cover was 2-for-4 with three RBIs.

Kettle Run 13, Warren County 1

FRONT ROYAL -- The Cougars scored a combined five runs in the last two innings to pull out an Evergreen District win over the Wildcats.

Cody Zimmerman went 2-for-3 with a run scored and Frank Barrientez had a double to lead the Wildcats (4-4, 0-1 Evergreen).

Woodgrove 9, Millbrook 7

WINCHESTER -- The Wolverines scored three runs in the top of the seventh to rally for a non-district victory over the Pioneers.

Jordan Hartman went 1-for-2 with three RBIs and Brady Baker was 2-for-3 with an RBI for the Pioneers (0-7). Ethan Mathews had a hit and an RBI for Millbrook.


Wolverines 22, Pioneers 0, 4 innings

WINCHESTER -- Visiting Woodgrove needed just four innings to put away Millbrook 22-0 in softball action on Monday.

The Pioneers were limited to just one hit from Megan Atlee.

Millbrook dropped to 1-7 overall.

Sherando 4, Spotswood 1

STEPHENS CITY -- Kourtney Paige had a solo homer in the bottom of the first to help give the Warriors a non-district victory over the Trailblazers.

Shelby Riley went 2-for-3 with two doubles and Courtney Reid had a double to lead the Warriors (8-1, 1-0 Northwestern). Jessie Seymour went 2-for-4 with two singles for Sherando. Amanda Lutz had 10 strikeouts for the Warriors.

Girls soccer

James Wood 0, Loudoun Valley 0, tie

PURCELVILLE -- The Colonels outshot the Vikings in a non-district tie.

James Wood had 14 shots, while Loudoun Valley had 12. Kaleigh Fincham had eight saves for the Colonels (2-2-1, 0-1 Northwestern).

"The last time we played them they beat us 2-1," James Wood coach Jim Carden said. "It was a good match. They had a couple good chances, and we had a couple good chances."

Warren County 5, Luray 1

FRONT ROYAL -- Warren County (5-1) scored three early goals to run away from Luray on Monday. Freshman Kelsea Potts scored two goals, Emily Corwin scored once, and Marta Patricio scored once. Hannah Patrick scored a goal and had two assists.

The Wildcats outshot the Bulldogs 26-3. Warren County will play against today against Evergreen District rival Kettle Run.

Spotswood 2, Sherando 0

STEPHENS CITY -- Sherando was outshot 18-7 in Monday's shutout loss. Warriors keeper Briana Hudnall secured 16 saves in the outing.

Sherando returns to the field today in a Northwestern District game against Millbrook.

Central 5, Buffalo Gap 3

SWOOPE -- Katie Philpott had one goal and one assist to lead the Falcons to a Shenandoah District win over the Bison.

Katie Bennett, Carie Heishman, and Annie Jadot each had a goal for the Falcons (5-1-1, 4-0-1 Shenandoah). Anastasiya Andriyevska and Hannah Stephens each had an assist for central. The Falcons outshot the Bison, 21-7.

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