Around the Northern Neck: Sept. 17-22

Scores

Sept. 17

Volleyball: Quantico 3 at Colonial Beach 1—22-15, 22-25, 25-23 and 25-20. Colonial Beach’s Rachel Allison led the team with eight kills, followed by McKenzie Conway with five aces, Brooke Payne with 15 assists, Kora Herrod with six digs, and Meghan Seamon, Conaway, Herrod and Allison each had a block. Herrod also had 14 serving receptions.

 

Field Hockey: Lancaster 1 at Christchurch 0—Lancaster’s Nell Carter scored the lone goal.

 

Colonial Beach Ladies Bowling (Week 3): Paulette Worrell 216,545; Pauline Husted 193,180,542; Billie Mitchem 203,183,526; Diane Cooper 187,175,515; Ruth Martin 181,506; Joan Campion 194; Penny Young 191, 172; Peggy Roath 182; Judy Wells 174; Pat Jaco 172.

Team Standings: 1st – Firefly Lawn Care; 2nd – A.B. Walker; 3rd – Kevin’s Roofing; 4th – Denise Renirie, Realtor; 5th(tie) – Pearson’s Angels, Maxine’s Angels & Lighthouse Ladies; 8th – Northern Neck Elk’s Lodge; 9th – Budget Blinds; 10th – Bay Haven Landscapes.

 

Quinton Oaks Men’s Golf: Closest to the Pin- Hole 3: Frank Gingiloski Hole 8: Rich Sellman Hole 12: Stan Rembisz Hole 17: Don Short; First Flight – 1st Place: Don Short 2nd Place: Bruce Cosimini 3rd Place: (tie) Gary Palsgrove & Gerard Belanger; Second Flight – 1st Place: Ellis Schlossnagle 2nd Place: Rich Sellman 3rd Place: (tie) Bob McNally & Gil Wells

 

Sept. 19

Golf: Essex 152 at Rappahannock 158—Larkin Gross  (ESSX) and Dylan Dunn (RAPP) tied for the lowest score with 34. ESSX-Ryan Baughan 37, Patrick Francis 40, Carter Morgan 41, Daniel Clarke and Nick Wind 42; RAPP-Lance Wheeler and Brandon Wiseman 40, Chance Herbt 44, Adam Campbell 46 and Austin Scott 47.

 

Golf: Lancaster 184 at Northumberland 191—Colton Haydon (LANC) had the lowest scored with 41. LANC-Andi Mayer 51, Alex Nelson 43, Shane Chambers 49, Patrick Kelly 53 and Shawn Valdrighi 55; NUMB-Brandon Walker 52, Hunter Bayse 51, Matthew Harris and Adam Parker 44, Trent Newsome 64 and Brennan Saunders 53.

 

Field Hockey: Northumberland 2 at Lancaster 0—Midfielder Bridgette McLaughlin (NUMB) scored with an assist from Lizzie Hall.  Lauren Brent also scored assisted by Kaci Payne. Goalie Johnnie McAfee had five saves for the game. Kerstin Allen had 10 saves in the goal.

 

JV Football: Essex 28 at Washington & Lee 22; Lancaster 30 at Mathews 20; King & Queen 0 at Colonial Beach 38

 

Varsity Volleyball: Essex 0 at Mathews 3— 12-25, 12-25 and 13-25. Alaina Thibault had three kills, Savannah Wood had three aces and two blocks, Kaitlin Saunders had two blocks, Hannah Gross had three digs, and Katie Parr, Kaitlin Saunders and Becky Jones all had perfect services.

 

Varsity Volleyball: Middlesex 0 at Lancaster 3—17-25, 12-25 and 21-25. Skylar Kellum led Lancaster with nine kills and 12 assists, followed by Brooke Hudnall with five aces, Carli Haniback with three blocks and July Traylor had nine serving receptions. Lori Smith, Hundall and Kellum tied for six digs each.

 

JV Volleyball: Essex 1 at Mathews 2—22-25 and 25-18; Middlesex 0 at Lancaster 2

 

Middle School Girls Basketball: Colonial Beach 28 at Lancaster 14

 

Quinton Oaks Women’s Golf (Pinehurst Scotch): Closest to the Pin A Flight: 1st-Su Schmalz & Linda Richards; 2nd-Darlene Bean and Bettye Garner. B Flight: Judy Wise and Jean Lee.

 

Sept. 20

Varsity Volleyball: Rappahannock 3 at Middlesex 0—25-16, 26-24, and 25-19. Amanda Headley had 9 aces, a kill and a block; Kelsey Berhalter had an ace, five kills, a save and two blocks; Carlie Clark had a kill, five assists and a block; Hallie Berger had four aces, four kills and seven assists; and Brandi Mulvena had a perfect service with five aces, two kills, a save and a block.

 

Varsity Volleyball: Lancaster 0 at Mathews 3—9-25, 17-25 and 19-25. Skylar Kellum led the team with six kills, followed by Carli Hanibac with five blocks, Lori Smith and Kellum each had six assists, Brooke Hundall had eight digs, and July Traylor with 16 serving receptions.

 

Varsity Volleyball: King & Queen 3 at Colonial Beach 1—25-18, 22-25, 18-25 and 21-25. McKenzie Conway led the team with six kills, followed by Kora Herrod with nine aces, Brooke Payne with a block, Rachel Allison with six assists, Brooke Payne and Herrod each with four digs and Herrod with 13 serving receptions.

 

Varsity Volleyball: King William 3 at Washington & Lee 1—25-20, 18-25, 19-25 and 11-25. Haley Balderson (W&LE) led the team with eight kills, 13 assists and eight aces, followed by Katie Perkins with two blocks, Alexa Weeks had 13 assists and Zoe Davis had 13 serving receptions.

 

JV Volleyball: Rappahannock 3 at Middlesex 0—19-25, 25-17 and 15-11; Lancaster 2 at Mathews 0; King & Queen 2 at Colonial Beach 1; King William 2 at Washington & Lee 1

 

Middle School Girls Basketball: Colonial Beach 25 at Montross 5

 

Golf: Northumberland 173 at Lancaster 163—NUMB: Hunter Bayse 40, Brandon Walker 41, Matthew Harris 44, Brennan Saunders 48, Adam Parker 49 and Trent Newsome 54; LANC-Colton Haydon 39, Patrick Kelly and Taylor Woolard 41, Alex Nelson 42, Andi Mayer 44 and Nick Nonnemaker 50.

 

Golf: Essex finished the regular season as district champs with an overall record of 19-1, 15-1 in the district after defeating 149 to Rappahannock’s score of 166. ESSX-Larkin Gross and Carter Morgan 35, Ryan Baughan 39, Patrick Francis 40 and Charlie Bussler 41; RAPP-Dylan Dunn 37, Lance Wheeler 41, Chance Herbert, Adam Campbell and Austin Scott 44, and Brandon Wiseman 49.

 

Field Hockey: Williamsburg Christian Academy 5 at Northumberland 0

 

Sept. 21

Varsity Football: Sussex Central 66 at Northumberland 8; King William 8 at Washington & Lee 7; Mathews 23 at Lancaster 44; Colonial Beach 41 at King & Queen 6; Franklin 31 at Rappahannock 28

 

Golf: Stan Fischer, of Kilmarnock, finished with 155 (76-79) in the 7th Senior Open of Virginia at The Country Club of Virginia’s Westhampton Course. PGA professional Tim Lewis, 51, of Hampton delivered a final round 2-under-par 68 to win.

 

Varsity Field Hockey Tournament: Northumberland 4, Heritage 0—Lizzie Hall scored with Lauren Brent assisting. In the second half, Megan Baughan scored with another assist from Brent. Lauren Brent scored the final two goals, one of which was assisted by Carrie Jo Jett. Goalie Johnnie McAfee had three saves; Woodside 3, Northumberland 1—Lauren Brent scored with an assist from Lizzie Hall. Bridgette McLaughlin let the Indians with seven takeaways, and Lauren and Megan Baughan each had three shots each.

 

JV Field Hockey Tournament: Northumberland 0, Heritage 0—Goalie Olivia Vogel (NUMB) had four saves; Woodside 3, Northumberland 0

 

Sept. 22

Football: Northern Neck Rivermen 30 at Virginia Hornets 26

 

Rappahannock River Youth Football League

PW: Essex 36, Westmoreland 14 and Colonial Beach 35, Caroline 0

JV:  Caroline 32, Westmoreland 8; Essex 26, Richmond 14 and Colonial Beach 32, Northumberland 16

Varsity: Colonial Beach 40, Northumberland 14; Essex 30, Richmond 0 and Westmoreland 40, Caroline 8

 

River Lanes and Grill

Fall League (Week 3)—Monday Night Deadwoods: 1-Hit Da Headpin, 2-Coan Baptist and 3-Team 10; Tuesday Night Party Animals: 1-Balls of Fire, 2-Basket Case and 3-The Gang; Wednesday Night Humpday Humdingers: 1-The Beaches, 2-Dunn’s Auto and 3-Gutter Crew; Thursday AM Wild Thangs: 1-Team 5, 2-Team 3 and 3-Team 2; Friday Night Incredibowlers: 1-Senior Adventure, 2-Holy Rollers and 3-Main St. Chevron; Saturday Youth/Bantam: 1-Team 4, 2-Team 1 and 3-Team 2; and Saturday Juniors: 1-Team 4, 2-Team 1 and 3-Team 2.

Scratch Game Scores (as of Week 3)—Game: Bruce Hamilton 243 (Men), Bridgitte Drake 200 (Women), Mike Gotch 195 (senior men), Phyllis Gootee 172 (senior women), Emma Thacker 84 (bantam) and Hezikia Williams 84 (Juniors); Series: Don Powell 616 (Men) and Brigitte Drake 512 (Women), Mike Gotch 480 (senior men), Phyllis Gootee 481 (senior women), Emma Thacker 161 (bantam) and Hezikia Williams 232 (Juniors)

Scratch Game Scores (on the season)—Game: Phillip Bolling 246 (Men), Bridgitte Drake 200 (Women), David Via 212 (senior men), Phyllis Gootee 189 (senior women), Emma Thacker 84 (bantam) and Hezikia Williams 84 (Juniors); Series: Kirk Ruddock 619 (Men) and Brigitte Drake 545 (Women), David Via 518 (senior men), Phyllis Gootee 493 (senior women), Emma Thacker 161 (bantam) and Hezikia Williams 232 (Juniors)

 

Scores & results for each week’s issue of the newspaper may be submitted as soon as possible via fax 804-333-6397 or e-mail to nnnsports@lcs.net and/or no later than 8 a.m. on Monday mornings.

 

Standings

Football

Essex 4-0

Rappahannock 2-2

Colonial Beach 2-2

Lancaster 3-1

Washington & Lee 2-2

Northumberland 1-3

 

Volleyball

Rappahannock 5-0

Northumberland 4-2

Lancaster 4-2

Washington & Lee 3-5

Essex 4-2

Colonial Beach 0-9

 

JV Football

Rappahannock 0-2

Northumberland 2-0

Colonial Beach 2-1, 1-0

Lancaster 1-2

Washington & Lee 1-4, 0-2

Essex 2-1, 1-0

 

JV Volleyball

Lancaster 4-2

Rappahannock 5-0

Essex 6-1

Northumberland 4-1

Washington & Lee 3-4

Colonial Beach 2-6

 

Golf

Essex 19-1, 15-1

Lancaster 12-7, 8-7

Rappahannock 12-11, 7-9

Northumberland 4-15, 3-12

 

Field Hockey

Lancaster 1-5

Northumberland 5-4

Northumberland (JV) 0-3-1

 

Semipro Football (Mason Dixon Football League)

Northern Neck Rivermen 3-3

Middle School Girls Basketball

Colonial Beach 2-1, 2-0

Lancaster 0-1

Montross 0-1

Northumberland 0-0

Richmond Co. 0-0

Rappahannock River Youth Football

Pee wee

Caroline 0-3

Colonial Beach 3-0

Essex 2-1

Richmond Co. 1-2

Westmoreland 2-2

 

JV

Caroline 4-0

Colonial Beach 3-0

Essex 2-3

Fredericksburg 1-2

Richmond Co. 2-3

Northumberland 0-3

Westmoreland 1-3

 

Varsity

Caroline 1-3

Colonial Beach 1-1

Essex 2-1

Fredericksburg 3-0

Richmond Co. 0-5

Northumberland 1-2

Westmoreland 4-0

 

Records are as of Sept. 25, 8 a.m.

 

Upcoming

Sept. 25

Field Hockey: Williamsburg Christian Academy at Lancaster 6 p.m.; St. Margaret’s School at Northumberland VAR-6 p.m.

Volleyball: Essex at Washington & Lee; Lancaster at Colonial Beach; Northumberland at Rappahannock, JV-6 p.m., VAR-7 p.m.; St. Margaret’s at Covenant, JV-4:30 p.m., Varsity 5:30 p.m.

Middle School Girls Basketball: Colonial Beach at Northumberland 4:30 p.m.

 

Sept. 26

Cross Country: Washington & Lee at King George; Essex at King William; and Lancaster at Northumberland, 5 p.m.

JV Football: King & Queen at Rappahannock; Arcadia at Lancaster; Colonial Beach at Mathews, 6:30 p.m.

Field Hockey: Covenant at St. Margaret’s 5 p.m.

Golf: Lancaster Middle School at King Carter 4 p.m.

 

Sept. 27

Volleyball: Lancaster at Essex; Northumberland at Colonial Beach; Washington & Lee at Rappahannock, JV-6 p.m., VAR-7 p.m.

Field Hockey: New Kent at Northumberland JV-5:30 p.m., VAR-7 p.m.

Middle School Girls Basketball: Lancaster at Richmond Co., Montross at Northumberland 4:30 p.m.

 

Sept. 28

Football: Northampton at Essex; Northumberland at Charles City; Washington & Lee at Windsor; Surry at Lancaster; Mathews at Colonial Beach (youth night); and Rappahannock at King & Queen, 7 p.m.

Cross Country: Essex and Christchurch at St. Margaret’s 5 p.m.

Volleyball: St. Margaret’s at Christchurch, JV- 6 p.m., Varsity- 7 p.m.

 

Sept. 29

Field Hockey: Lancaster at Northampton, 9 a.m.

Cross Country: Northumberland, Washington & Lee, Lancaster at Maymont Park (Invitational), 10 a.m.

 

Oct. 1

Golf: Region A Tournament (Hobbs Hole) 9 a.m.

Middle School Girls Basketball: Northumberland at Lancaster, King George at Montross 4:30 p.m.

 

Oct. 2

Field Hockey: Lancaster at Northumberland, 5:30 p.m.

Volleyball: Northumberland at Essex; Rappahannock at Colonial Beach, Washington & Lee at Lancaster, JV-6 p.m., VAR-7 p.m. W&L and Lancaster Varsity teams will play at the Intermediate School.

Middle School Girls Basketball: Richmond County at Colonial Beach 4:30 p.m.

 

Oct. 3

Cross Country: St. Margaret’s, Essex, West Point @ Washington & Lee; Northumberland at Middlesex; and King William at Lancaster, 5 p.m.

JV Football: Northumberland at Essex; Washington & Lee at Lancaster; and Colonial Beach at Rappahannock, 6:30 p.m.

Middle School Girls Basketball: Lancaster at Colonial Beach 4:30 p.m.

Field Hockey: Christchurch at St. Margaret’s 4:30 p.m.

Golf: Lancaster Middle School at Golden Eagle 4 p.m.

Middle School Soccer: Chesterfield Academy at Lancaster 4:30 p.m.

 

Notices

On Oct. 6, the Washington & Lee Alumni Flag Football Game will be held at the high school in Montross starting at 4 p.m. Admission is $5 and refreshments will be sold. Proceeds to benefit the school’s athletic department.

 

On Oct. 6, the fourth annual Chandler Three-Miler will be held in the Town of Montross with check in time beginning at 7 a.m. The one mile run/walk will begin at 7:30 a.m. followed by the three-mile race starting at 8 a.m. Registrations must be mailed by Oct. 4. Proceeds to benefit the school’s athletic department. For more information email vanovercb@wmlcps.org or call 804-493-8015.

 

On Oct. 6, the third annual Westmoreland Players Golf Tournament, in partnership with Rappahannock High School Athletics, will be held at Quinton Oaks Golf Course with Shotgun at 9 a.m. Entry Forms can be found at www.westmorelandplayers.org, the Rappahannock High School front office, or by emailing Jason Strong at jstrong@richmond-county.k12.va.us. Contact Alan Campbell at 804-529-5505, if you have any questions.

 

On Oct. 13, the Whelan’s Marina 5K and One-Mile Kids Run at Warsaw Fest is set to be held at Rappahannock Community College. Early entry fees are available prior to Oct. 1. To register, participants can sign up at the YMCA or visit www.peninsulaymca.org to download the registration form. For questions people may also read Clifton Wise at cwise@peninsulaymca.org

 

On Oct. 13, the Run for Your Life 5K, and Trick & Trot Monster Mile will be held at the Rappahannock Westminster-Canterbury campus at 132 Lancaster Drive in Irvington. Because parking is limited, free shuttle service will be available from the White Stone Methodist Church parking lot at 118 Methodist Church Road in White Stone. Entrance fees for adults range from $10 to $25. Children 5 and under are free. For more information, visit http://www.embracelifeatrwc.org/5k.php.

 

Northern Neck Wrestling Club will be holding open enrollment for regular season on Tuesdays and Thursdays during the month of October.  Enrollment will be held at the Club located on Dodlyt Road from 7:30pm to 8:30pm.  Regular season be run from November through March and is open for grades 1st through 8th.  For more information, please call Steven Hanks at 804-370-2191 or follow us on Facebook.

 

Booster Club: The Northumberland High School Athletic Booster Club is currently accepting applications for membership for the 2012-2013 season. This year the Boosters are offering 10 different membership options, in hopes to accommodate a wide range of students, parents and community members. All those interested in joining or renewing their membership for the 2011-2012 season should contact Michael Stevenson (mstevenson1@nucps.net) at Northumberland High School.

 

If you have a student who attends school in the Northern Neck District and should be considered for “On the Rise,” a feature story series to recognize students excelling in academics and on the playing field, e-mail at nnnsports@lcs.net, fax 804-333-0033 or write to Northern Neck News Attn: Sports Desk 132 Court Circle or P.O. Box 8 Warsaw, Va. 22572. Please include subject as “rnn” provide name of student, contact information and in less than 300 words why you think he or she is newsworthy. Please no phone calls.

 

Check out our list of Northern Neck District Standouts playing in college and professionally online. Search in the top corner of our web site “Northern Neck standouts on the next level.” If there is a standout missing on this list that should be considered, e-mail nnnsports@lcs.net, fax 804-333-0033 or write to Northern Neck News Attn: Sports Desk. Please provide name of student, what high school they graduated from and the college they attend. Please no phone calls.

 

Check out all of other newspapers for coverage of Northern Neck District Teams: Westmoreland News: www.westmorelandnews.net, Northern Neck News: www.northernnecknews.com and Northumberland Echo: www.northumberlandecho.com

Posted on Tuesday, September 25, 2012 at 5:19 pm