Daily Roundup: May 19



----VA/DC Daily Roundup - VADCDailyRoundup.jpg
Follow @PBRVirginiaDC
By John Nolan
Assistant Director of Scouting/Content Management

Each day this season we will recap the previous night’s scores from the Power 25 as well as any other scores that were reported to us. If you wish to report a score, use this Google Form.

VISAA Division III 

#1 Southampton Academy 12, #4 North Cross 2

#2 Isle of Wight 3, #6 Alliance Christian 0
James Ricks threw a four-hit shutout in the win.

 

No. 8 Battlefield 2, Osbourn 1
Senior James Beasley threw a complete game, allowing four hits and striking out two. Battlefield advances to the Cedar Run Championship game against rival Patriot.

No. 10 Prince George 11, Meadowbrook 0
The Royals threw a combined no-hitter as they moved to 18-1 on the season.

No. 13 Hickory 13, Princess Anne 1
Senior Cody Schneider (Radford) led the game off with a home run. Sophomore Jacob Mustain also hit a home run as junior Michael Crosson earned the win. Hickory clinched in the Conference 9 Championship with the win.

No. 22 Menchville 6, Gloucester 3
Ryan Webster hit a walk-off grand slam in bottom of ninth. Senior Jaret West threw six innings and Tyler Knapp threw three innings to earn the win. Junior Sean Collins threw a runner out at the plate in extra innings.

No. 23 West Springfield 1, West Potomac 0
Junior Jake Williams threw a two-hit shutout as the Spartans advanced to the Patriot Conference 6 Championship game against Lake Braddock. 

No. 25 Mountain View 1, Massaponax 0
Junior Joshua Menders went 2-3 with a single, a double, and a stolen base. Senior Alex Smith (Navy) went 1-2 with an RBI single and a stolen base. Senior Jacob Menders (Shippensburg) threw a five-hit shutout to go with one walk and three strikeouts.

No. 25 Briar Woods 5, Stone Bridge 2 
Junior Sean Clark scattered four hits over four innings, allowing two runs. Fellow junior Jack Jaekle threw the last three innings, allowing one hit and no runs. Senior Nathan Davis (Johns Hopkins) had a three run double in top fifth to win the game as Briar Woods won its first conference championship in school history.

Patriot 1, Osbourn Park 0
Senior Austin Gerber (Radford) threw a five hit shutout, striking out seven as the Pioneers advanced to the Cedar Run Championship game, where they will face rival Battlefield.

Abingdon 5, Holston 0
Sophomore Thomas Francisco (Liberty) had three hits. Fellow sophomores Cade Hungate (Florida State) and Nick Hardesty each had two hits.

Midlothian 7, L.C. Bird 1
Senior Grant Keller (Longwood) had a home run and four RBIs in the win.

Courtland 7, James Monroe 3
Freshman Jakob Glunt allowed no runs on two hits in his first varsity start, striking out three. Josh Saathoff was 3-4 with a double and a run scored.

 

No. 4 Grassfield 4, Granby 1

No. 6 Jamestown 7, York 2

No. 16 First Colonial 10, Ocean Lakes 2 

No. 19 Colonial Forge 8, Forest Park 0

No. 24 Mills Godwin 2, Glen Allen 1

Maret 3, Sidwell Friends 2

Hidden Valley 6, Cave Spring 0

Dinwiddie 21, Petersburg 4

Radford 11, Giles 2

Warwick 5, Hampton 1

Franklin County 2, Tunstall 1

Franklin County 4, Tunstall 3

Rockbridge County 2, William Byrd 1

Lebanon 10, Wise Central 0

J.R. Tucker 10, Thomas Jefferson (Richmond) 0

Tuscarora 9, Broad Run 0

Salem 5, Pulaski County 3

Louisa County 8, Powhatan 0

Indian River 3, Maury 1

East Rockingham 8, Buffalo Gap 4

Potomac 8, Stafford 5

Georgetown Day 3, Sidwell Friends 2

Wilson 13, School Without Walls 0

St. Alban’s 15, St. Anselm’s 2

Lafayette 6, New Kent 4

Thomas Dale 1, Hopewell 0 

Cosby 11, Huguenot 0

Henrico 4, Highland Springs 3

Amelia 6, Bluestone 2

Caroline 2, Spotsylvania 1 

Northside 14, William Fleming 0

William Byrd 4, Rockbridge County 0

Grayson County 10, Fort Chiswell 0

 

----Virginia We Got it Covered - Virginia.jpg