Daily Roundup: May 20



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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 Semifinals 

Division I
#1 Paul VI Catholic 6, #5 Benedictine 0
Senior ace Kevin Kelly (James Madison) earned the win with six scoreless innings. Senior Jack Cunningham (Boston College) had a two run double.

#2 Collegiate 2, #3 Flint Hill 0
Seniors David Angstadt (William & Mary) and Ben Greer (Washington & Lee) combined for the shutout as the Cougars advanced to the Division I State Championship game. 

Division II
#1 No. 1 Greenbrier Christian 1, #4 Miller School 0
A duel of senior aces saw Greenbrier Christian’s Casey Williams (Liberty) edge Miller School’s Connor Gillispie (VCU) to send the Gators back to the Championship game.

#6 No.21 Atlantic Shores Christian 15, #7 Steward 0
The Seahawks used a big third inning to power themselves forward to the championship game. Sophomore Braxton Zivic was 2-4 with three RBIs. Austin Stevens was 2-4 with a double and two RBIs and senior Justin Towles had three walks.
 

No. 5 James Madison 1, McLean 0
Senior Noz Honda threw 5 2/3 innings in the win, allowing 5 hits and striking six. Senior Pete Nielsen (BYU) had a double and scored the game’s only run.

No. 8 Battlefield 2, Patriot 1
Senior Jake Agnos (East Carolina) threw six innings, allowing two hits, while striking out eleven. 

Culpeper 6, Riverside 4
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Western Albemarle 9, Broadway 0
Sophomore Derek Domecq picked up the win, throwing a six-hit shutout, striking out four. Ryan Sukovich was 2-3 with two RBIs.

Lake Taylor 3, Great Bridge 1
Austin Holley hit a two run double and Jaymes Nelson threw a complete game with six strikeouts.

Turner Ashby 5, Waynesboro 0
Brenan Hanifee (East Carolina) and Logan Conley homered in the win.

Fluvanna County 2, Monticello 0
Jake Fulk threw a shutout with eleven strikeouts in the win.

 

No. 6 Jamestown 6, Tabb 3

No. 11 Kettle Run 5, Fauquier 0

No. 12 George C. Marshall 5, Edison 4 

No. 14 Chantilly 4, Centreville 2

No. 19 Colonial Forge 19, Freedom (Woodbridge) 0

No. 25 Mountain View 6, Potomac 5

Lake Braddock 8, No. 23 West Springfield 0

Virginia 10, Marion 0

Halifax County 7, Atlee 5

Amherst County 12, Charlottesville 1

C.D. Hylton 4, Riverbend 1

Oscar Smith 5, Granby 2

Woodbridge 4, Gar-Field 0

Heritage (Leesburg) 2, Loudoun Valley 0

York 5, Bruton 2

William Monroe 14, James Monroe 0

Stonewall Jackson (Roanoke) 5, William Campbell 4

Skyline 1, Warren County 0

Thomas Dale 13, Meadowbrook 0

Lakeland 6, Phoebus 4

E.C. Glass 6, George Washington (Danville) 5

Loudoun County 7, Dominion 2

Sherando 13, John Handley 3

John Champe 1, Freedom (South Riding) 0

James Wood 3, Harrisonburg 0

Madison County 5, Central 0

Wilson 10, King’s Fork 6

Brentsville 13, Manassas Park 3

Orange 5, Patrick Henry (Ashland) 2

Nansemond River 11, Kecoughtan 0 

J.E.B. Stuart 4, Wakefield 2

Maggie Walker 13, John Marshall 0

Maggie Walker 4, John Marshall 2

Central Virginia Homeschool 2, Fairfax Homeschool 1

New Kent 9, Smithfield 2 

James River (Roanoke) 10, Craig County 4

 

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