Brayden Smith threw a complete game five-hitter to lead Mountain View past Central, 6-2, in Bull District baseball action Tuesday at Rebel Park in New Market.

Smith struck out eight, walked only one batter and threw 89 pitches in picking up the victory.

The Generals scored three in the bottom of the first and led the rest of the way. Seth Moomaw had a double, a triple, an RBI and a run scored to lead the Generals. Joey McNamara had two singles, an RBI and a run scored, and Jaden Click had a double and two RBIs for Mountain View. Dawson Moomaw added a triple and two runs scored.

Central was led by Caleb Daugherty with a double, a single and a run scored. Calvin Bernard had a double and an RBI, and Allen Brill had a single, a run scored and an RBI for the Falcons.

Mountain View (9-6, 5-6 Bull Run) plays at Strasburg on Thursday. Central (8-8, 6-6 Bull Run) hosts Madison County on Friday.

Rappahannock County 11, Strasburg 0, 6 innings

The Rams started off slow and couldn't recover in a Bull Run District road loss to the Panthers. The game was called after six innings due to the mercy rule.

The Rams gave up four runs in the first inning and only had three hits in the contest.

Tanner Jenkins, Griffin Turpen and Peyton Dean had a single each for Strasburg.

The Rams (11-4, 7-4 Bull Run) host Mountain View on Thursday.

Softball

Central 13, Mountain View 0, 5 innings

The Falcons scored 10 runs in the top of the fourth to break open a scoreless game in a Bull Run District road win over the Generals. The game was called after five innings due to the mercy rule.

Neither team had a hit through three innings. Central was led at the plate by Keriana Stottlemyer with two singles, four RBIs and a run scored. Yazaira Luna had a double, two RBIs and a run scored, and Kendra Boyce had a single, two runs scored and an RBI for Central. Serenity Burnshire had two RBIs and two runs scored. Central pitcher Trynda Mantz allowed just two hits and struck out 14.

The Generals were led by Reice Hedrick and Emma Saeler with a single each. Mountain View's Kaitlyn Sullivan pitched three perfect innings to start the game with four strikeouts before being relieved by Amy Hedrick to start the fourth.

The Falcons (10-5, 6-3 Bull Run) host Madison County on Friday. The Generals (2-12, 0-10 Bull Run) play at Strasburg on Thursday.

Rappahannock County 5, Strasburg 0

The Rams managed only two hits in a Bull Run District road loss to the Panthers.

Kiersten Wiseley and Sophia Reynolds had a single each for the Rams. Wiseley pitched five innings, allowing three hits and struck out eight.

The Rams (4-9, 2-7 Bull Run) host Mountain View on Thursday.

Boys soccer

Warren County 8, Skyline 1

The Wildcats topped the Hawks for a home Class 3 Northwestern District victory.

Warren County's Zane Clark had a hat trick and one assist. Gunner Chaffin had a goal and two assists and Corey Dudley and Suleman Zewar had a goal and an assist each for the Wildcats. Brandon Reynolds and Anthony Carter had a goal each. Cole Sheehan and Gabriel Tellez had an assist each.

Luke Winningham had a goal for Skyline, while goalkeeper Matthew Farman had seven saves.

The Wildcats (4-6-1, 1-4 Class 3 Northwestern) host Meridian on Friday. The Hawks (0-11, 0-5 Class 3 Northwestern) host Brentsville on Friday.

Central 8, Mountain View 0

The Falcons shut down the Generals for a home Bull Run District win.

Central was led by Brandon Gwyn with two goals. Michael Williams, Diego Gomez, Gerardo Perez, Luc Retrosi, Luiz Flores-Lopez and Oscar Acosta had one goal each. Maxx Stetter had two assists, and Dakota Alvarez and Miguel Lopez had one assists each. Aiden Mercer had four saves and Wade Gochenour had two saves for Central.

The Falcons (9-2-1, 9-1 Bull Run) play at Madison County on Friday. The Generals (5-9, 3-8 Bull Run) host Strasburg on Thursday.

Girls soccer

Mountain View 4, Central 2

The Generals rallied for three goals in the last 15 minutes to pull out a home Bull Run District win over the Falcons.

Central led 2-1 with 15 minutes left, but Mountain View responded to take the victory. Mountain View was led by Maddie Hoover with two goals and one assist. Madison Wright and Kezia Despirito had one goal and one assist each. Annika Dellinger had one assist.

The Falcons were led by Eden Shelhamer and Sydney Miller with one goal each. Sia Patel and McKenna Rimel had one assist each.

The Generals (7-5-1, 5-5-1 Bull Run) host Strasburg on Thursday. The Falcons (3-6-1, 3-5-1 Bull Run) host Madison County on Friday.

Girls tennis

Warren County 5, Skyline 4

The Wildcats pulled out four of the six singles matches in a road Class 3 Northwestern District win over the Hawks.

Three of the six singles matches went to tiebreakers. Warren County had singles wins by Alyssa Furr (No. 1, 8-5), Maggie Plosch (No. 3, 9-8 (2)), Ava Hamer (No. 5, 8-3) and Sophia Logan (No. 6, 9-8 (5)). The hawks had singles wins by Emma O'Neill (No. 2, 9-8 (4)) and Jenavieve Maldonado (No. 4, 8-2).

The Wildcats had a doubles win by Furr and Jessica Carino (No. 1, 8-6). The Hawks had doubles wins by O'Neill and Ki-Aunna Dearing (No. 2. 8-5) and Maldonado and Elyzabeth Benoit (No. 3, 8-6).

Warren County (4-6, 1-2 Class 3 Northwestern) plays at Meridian on Friday. Skyline (4-8, 1-3 Class 3 Northwestern) plays at Brentsville on Friday.

East Rockingham 5, Mountain View 4

The Generals won two out of three doubles matches, but still came up short in a road Bull Run District loss to the first-place Eagles.

The Generals had singles wins from Amelia Hess (No. 4, 8-3) and Carly Thomas (No. 6, 8-4). Mountain View had doubles wins from Ava Pittington and Charlotte Miller (No. 2, 8-3) and Claire Shirkey and Carly Thomas (No. 3, 8-3).

Mountain View (8-5, 6-3 Bull Run) plays at Clarke County on Thursday.

Contact Tommy Keeler Jr. at tkeeler@nvdaily.com

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