Prep roundup: Falcons blank Eagles in boys soccer

BERRYVILLE — Central scored twice in the last 15 minutes of the fist half en route to a 3-0 Bull Run District boys soccer victory over Clarke County on Tuesday.

Tyler Bosserman scored with about 13 minutes left in the first half on an assist from Elmer Lopez. Korey Wolford scored with less than two minutes left in the first half on an assist from Ivan Alvarado for a 2-0 lead. Ben Truban scored on a penalty kick with about 30 minutes left in the game.

“It was an excellent win for us,” Central coach Ted Poor said. “My boys played a very inspired game, beautiful ball movement. They stayed aggressive and focused throughout the game.”

Central (5-5) outshot Clarke County, 14-7. Central goalkeeper Dean Woodwell had seven saves.

Sherando 3, Dominion 1
STERLING – Senior Andrew Wade recorded a hat trick as Sherando’s boys soccer team picked up a 3-1 Conference 21 road victory over Dominion Tuesday night.

Wade’s three goals came off assists by Tommy Buono, Zach Wagner and Jake Adams. Goalkeeper Kevin Riley had six saves for the Warriors (8-2-2, 3-0-2 Conference 21).


Central 5, Clarke County 1
BERRYVILLE – Visiting Central picked up a 5-1 win over Clarke County in Bull Run District softball action Tuesday evening.

The Falcons (11-1) scored a run in the first, two runs in the third and two more runs in the seventh en route to the victory. Shennan Waldron went 2-for-4 with two doubles for Central, while freshman Kristina Stead was also 2-for-4 with a pair of singles. Junior Bekah Ansbro picked up the win for the Falcons in the pitching circle.

Girls soccer

Warren County 4, Rappahannock County 2
WASHINGTON, Va. – Freshman Lisette Moya had a goal and an assist as visiting Warren County beat Rappahannock County, 4-2, in Bull Run District girls soccer action Tuesday night.

The Wildcats (7-5) opened the scoring in the 14th minute when Hannah Christman scored a goal off an assist by Nina Richards. Rappahannock County tied the match five minutes later on Julia Estes’ goal but Warren County answered with two more goals late in the first half. Moya scored in the 32nd minute off a Rachel Skube assist and Courtney L’Amoreaux scored a goal on a penalty kick three minutes later to give the Wildcats a 3-1 lead.

Shauna Sayers gave Warren County a three-goal lead with her goal in the 50th minute before the Panthers closed the scoring with Estes’ second goal with five minutes remaining.

Warren County held a 14-6 shot advantage in the win, and goalkeepers Rachel Liebl and Megan Henry combined for four saves for the Wildcats.

Clarke County 4, Central 0
WOODSTOCK – Central’s girls soccer team was blanked by visiting Clarke County, 4-0, in Bull Run District action Tuesday night.

The Eagles (8-2-1) scored two goals in each half in the win, as Emily Deem and Hannah Ravenscroft combined to score all four goals for Clarke County.

The Falcons (1-8-1) tallied four shot attempts in the second half after being held without a shot in the first 40 minutes but Central allowed 17 shots by Clarke County. Vanessa Wheeler had 13 saves for Central.

Stuarts Draft 6, Stonewall Jackson 3
STUARTS DRAFT – Visiting Stonewall Jackson fell to Stuarts Draft, 6-3, in Shenandoah District action Tuesday night.

The Generals (3-6, 3-5 Shenandoah) scored three first-half goals and trailed 4-3 at halftime. Freshman LuLu Funkhouser scored on a corner kick three minutes into the match for Stonewall, and the Generals added two more goals late in the first half from Emily Jordan (39th minute) and Brittany Singleton (40th minute). Ally Hepner and Jordan had assists for Stonewall Jackson.

Sophomore goalkeeper Reganne Brinkley had 17 saves for the Generals.


Clarke County 7, Central 2

BERRYVILLE — Host Clarke County posted back-to-back, two-run innings to pull away from Central for a 7-2 Bull Run District baseball win on Tuesday.

The Eagles plated two runs in both the second and third innings, then added a three-run rally in fifth.

Central (3-9) managed just five hits. Hank Hoover was 1-for-3 with an RBI and stole a base, and Cody Sager was 1-for-4 with a run scored to lead the Falcons.