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Prep roundup: Central's Wakeman fires no-hitter

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Sophomore Mary Wakeman fired her first career no-hitter to lead host Central to a mercy-ruled shortened 11-0 softball victory over Bull Run District rival Manassas Park on Thursday in Woodstock.

Wakeman finished with 11 strikeouts and walked three for the Falcons.
Sydney Plum tallied two triples and four RBIs to lead the offense for Central (11-8, 8-5 Bull Run).

Morgan Davis, Allie Lockhart and Caitlin Cummins each added 2-for-3 efforts for the Falcons.

Skyline 5, James Wood 3

The visiting Hawks took an early lead and held on for a Northwestern District victory over the Colonels.

Taylor Henry went 3-for-4 with a home run and four RBIs, and Sarah Beamer went 3-for-3 for the Hawks (12-6, 10-1 Northwestern). Beamer also threw a three-hitter, and struck out eight.

Whitney Dick, Rachel Largent and Hayley Whitacre each had a hit for the Colonels (7-12, 6-5 Northwestern).


MMA 5, SVA 3

Mitchell Killenger's two-run go-ahead, two-run home run boosted homestanding Massanutten Military Academy to a 5-3 victory over Shenandoah Valley Academy in the Cavalier Athletic Conference baseball tournament semifinals on Thursday in Woodstock.

With the score tied 3-3, Killenger put the Colonels up for good with his first home run of the season. Killenger also sparked a second-inning rally with a leadoff single. Zach Hutmier had the big hit in the three-run rally, coming through with a two-run double.

MMA's Joe Gillette (8-2) picked up the victory on the mound with a complete-game effort. He struck out 13 while allowing only five hits and one walk.

MMA (9-7) will travel to face Middleburg Academy in today's CAC championship game at 5 p.m.

Seton 9, R-MA 8

Host Seton held on for a 9-8 win in eight innings against Randolph-Macon Academy in the Delaney Athletic Conference tournament semifinals on Thursday in Manassas.

Neil Dutton was 2 for 4 with two doubles and an RBI, and Griffin Duy was 2 for 4 with a double to lead R-MA (5-12). The loss ended the Yellow Jackets' season.

Manassas Park 9, Central 3

Visiting Manassas Park benefited from seven Central errors in Thursday's Bull Run District matchup in Woodstock.

Kaleb Orndorff was 2 for 3 to lead Central (8-11, 3-10 Bull Run).

Boys soccer

Manassas Park 3, Central 2

The visiting Falcons put up a fight against defending Group A state champion Manassas Park, but it wasn't enough in a Bull Run District loss.

Central trailed 3-0 at the half, but two goals by Stephen Truban cut the lead to 3-2. Tony Whetzel had two assists for the Falcons (5-9-1, 3-9-1 Bull Run). Manassas Park outshot Central 21-8.

James Wood 8, Skyline 1

Homestanding James Wood dominated play against Skyline in Northwestern District action.

Garrett Hodgson had a hat trick to lead the Colonels. Spencer Marfing had two goals and five assists for James Wood. Marfing's five assists set a school record, and he set the record for career assists during the game. Jon Henriques had two goals, and Chandler DeHaven had a goal and an assist for the Colonels.

Girls soccer

James Wood 6, Skyline 1

The visiting Colonels scored early and often in a Northwestern District win over the Hawks.
Marissa Maddalena scored two goals, including one in the first minute, and had an assist to lead the Colonels (6-8-1, 2-4-1). Alex Stanford had two goals, and Sarah Callaham had a goal and three assists for the Colonels. Dulcie Kysela had a goal and an assist for James Wood.

George Mason 7, Strasburg 1

Host Strasburg broke up a shutout with Taylor Hill's goal in a 7-1 loss to Bull Run District rival George Mason on Thursday.

Strasburg dropped to 2-13 overall and 1-12 in district play.

Girls tennis

Central 7, George Mason 2

The visiting Falcons clinched their first district title in over 10 years, by defeating the Mustangs in Bull Run District action.

Molly Barb (No. 1), Katelyn Foltz (No. 2), Rebecca Truban (No. 4) and Jackie Walsh (No. 5) each won their singles matches. Barb and Foltz (No. 1), Casey George and Truban (No. 2) and Walsh and Olivia Helsley (No. 3) all won in doubles.

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