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Prep roundup: Wildcats' Potts notches hat trick against Hawks
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FRONT ROYAL -- Warren County junior Kelsea Potts tallied three goals for her first hat trick of the season and teammate Tori Graham added two more goals as the Wildcats blanked cross-town rival Skyline 5-0 in non-district girls soccer on Tuesday.
Graham, Potts and Anne Skube combined to account for all of the scoring for Warren County (2-8), which prevailed on a soggy field in rainy conditions.
"You don't very often get to play in the rain," Wildcats coach Mike Carpenter said. "I think the girls had fun."
It was an especially nice day for Graham, one of seven seniors playing on the Wildcats' Senior Night against the rival Hawks.
Graham notched the game's first goal off a Potts assist in the eighth minute, then returned the favor by assisting on Potts' goal in the 23rd minute.
Potts picked up her second goal in the 31st minute off a Skube assist, then struck again in the second half off another Graham assist in the 64th minute.
Graham capped the scoring in the 71st minute, heading in a cross from Skube for the final goal.
Warren County outshot Skyline, 23-8. Wildcats goalkeeper Abbey O'Mara finished with eight saves.
Madison County 4, Central 0
MADISON -- Host Madison County struck for three runs in the bottom of the first en route to a 4-0 victory over Central in Bull Run District action on Tuesday.
Central dropped to 10-5 overall and 8-3 in district play with the loss.
No further information was available.
Madison County 6, Central 0
MADISON -- Madison County's Lauren Seale fired a no-hitter as the host Mountaineers downed visiting Central 6-0 in Bull Run District softball action on Tuesday.
Sydney Plum started and took the loss for Central.
Strasburg 12, Rappahannock County 7
WASHINGTON, Va,. -- Ashtyn Foddrell went 3-for-5 with four RBIs to lead the Rams past the Panthers in Bull Run District action on Tuesday.
Carey Scott and Jordi Kump went 3-for-5 for the Rams. Makayla Peer went 2-for-5 with four RBIs for Strasburg.
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