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SATURDAY, MARCH 26

COLLEGES

Women's basketball
Final: Charlotte 79, Virginia 74: Debbie Ryan’s remarkable 34-year Virginia coaching career ended at 739-324 with a 79-74 home loss to Charlotte in a WNIT quarterfinal. China Crosby scored 25 for U.Va. (19-16), and Shannon McCallum led the 49ers (27-9) with 24 points.
Baseball
Final:  Game 1: Averett 14, Christopher Newport 1: The Cougars ended CNU's program-record 26-game winning streak in decisive fashion as Cody Moore pitched a two-hitter in the eight-inning contest in Danville. Averett scored three runs in the sixth to break a 1-1 tie, then battered the Captains' bullpen.
Final: Game 2: CNU 4, Averett 1: The Captains got back on track, improving to 28-2, 9-1 in the USA South, as Greg Goldsmith pitched seven shutout innings of four-hit ball.
Final: Game 1: Lynchburg 5, Virginia Wesleyan 4: The Hornets scored five runs in the top of the ninth to overcome a 4-0 deficit.
Final: Game 2: Virginia Wesleyan 8, Lynchburg 3: The Marlins (12-15, 6-5 Old Dominion Athletic Conference) bounced back from the bitter Game 1 defeat as Pike Brynildsen batted 4-for-4 with four RBI and Shayne Paskanik was 2-for-4 with three RBI.
Final: Game 1: Tufts (Mass.) 4, Apprentice 3 (at War Memorial Stadium): Chris Kennedy drove in two runs for the Builders, but their two-run rally in the seventh fell just short.
Final (in 17 innings): Game 2: Tufts 6, Apprentice 4: The Builders played a school-record total of innings but were swept by the Jumbos from Boston, who are ranked 16th by d3baseball.com. Apprentice scored a run in the 11th and the 12th to extend the game but couldn't answer the Jumbos' two runs in the 17th. Josh Tuck batted 3-for-8 for the Builders.
Finals: William and Mary d. Delaware 6-0, 4-3: After losing to the Blue Hens on Friday, the Tribe swept a doubleheader in the CAA series in Newark. Senior Logan Billbrough pitched a one-hitter in the opener, the top performance of his Tribe career, and Tadd Bower hit a grand slam in the top of the fourth. In Game 2, Bower singled in the eighth for the tiebreaking hit just after Ryan Lindemuth scored on Jonathan Slattery's squeeze bunt to tie the score. Brett Koehler retired the final seven batters for the win.
Game 1: Final: Norfolk State 4, N.C. A&T 3: Spartans began their MEAC schedule by edging the Aggies when James Taylor hit a tiebreaking RBI single with two out in the ninth.
Game 2: Final: N.C. A&T 7, Norfolk State 4: A&T evened the series, though Heritage High graduate John Lynch had two hits and Taylor went 2-for-3 with two runs.
Game 1: Final: James Madison 13, Old Dominion 2: Jake Lowery belted two home runs and had six RBI as the Dukes evened their series at 1 in Harrisonburg.
Game 2: Final: Old Dominion 10, JMU 8
: ODU snapped JMU's streak of consecutive CAA series wins at 11, taking the series 2-1. The Monarchs' Chris Baker was 3-for-4 with a home run, three RBI, three runs and a walk. Brandon Shelton, Josh Wright, and Nathan Hartman each had two hits while Gloucester High alumnus Joey Burney had a home run for ODU.

Game 1: Final: Thomas Nelson CC 3, Rappahannock CC 1: The Gators' Tyler Faubert allowed two hits in six innings pitched for Thomas Nelson's sixth-straight win.

Game 2: Final: Rappahannock CC 6, Thomas Nelson CC 4: Rappahannock snapped the Gators' six-game win streak despite a two-run homer in the third by Thomas Nelson's Brennen Iley.
Softball
Hampton at Longwood (doubleheader), 2 p.m.
Finals: Greensboro 7-2, CNU 3-6: The Pride won the doubleheader opener in Newport News, but Whitney Haller struck out 10 for a Game 2 victory by CNU (16-8, 3-1 USA South). Felicia Price hit a two-run double in Game 2.
Finals: Virginia Wesleyan 9-2, Randolph 0-6: The Marlins (19-3) split a doubleheader in Lynchburg. VWC won Game 1 as Brianna Bertovich homered and drove in three runs, but Randolph's Brittany Willingham had 10 total bases in Game 2.

Men’s gymnastics
USA Gymnastics Collegiate Championships (in Springfield, Mass.), 7:
Among eight teams, Air Force was first and W&M second.

Men’s lacrosse
Final: Goucher 10, Christopher Newport 2: Despite goals by Chase Walton and Matt Gleisner, the host Captains (5-4) were overrun by the Gophers.
Final: Guilford 7, Virginia Wesleyan 6, OT: Greg Nash's goal 1:29 into overtime boosted the Quakers to an ODAC win in Greensboro, N.C. VWC's Adam Nycz netted three goals, two in the first quarter.

Women’s lacrosse
Final: Christopher Newport 22, N.C. Wesleyan 0: Ashton Marshall scored four goals for the Captains (8-1).
Final: Virginia Tech 18, Old Dominion 10: The Hokies (7-4) scored five consecutive second-half goals to beat the Monarchs (1-5).
Guilford at Virginia Wesleyan, 5

Men’s tennis
Final: Washington and Lee 7, Christopher Newport 2 (at W&M’s McCormack-Nagelsen Tennis Center): W&L's Will Hall received emergency surgery after his leg went through a glass window late in a doubles match. The Generals swept six singles matches.
Final: UC Santa Barbara 4, W&M 2: In Provo, Utah, the Tribe took the doubles point but lost four singles matches to the Gauchos.
Final: Bridgewater 7, Virginia Wesleyan 2: Host Eagles won an ODAC match, but the Marlins' Donnie Greathouse -- a sophomore from Grafton High -- won at No. 6 singles and at No. 3 doubles with Jamie Griffin.

Women’s tennis
Christopher Newport at Peace, ppd., weather
Final: Bridgewater 8, Virginia Wesleyan 1: Host Eagles won an ODAC match.

Track and field
Fred Hardy Invitational (at University of Richmond)
Alabama Relays (in Tuscaloosa; including Hampton and W&M)
VMI-Washington and Lee Carnival (includes CNU and Va. Wesleyan)
Raleigh Relays (including Hampton and Norfolk State)

Sailing
MAISA/SAISA Intersectional (at Strawberry Banks in Hampton)
Aaron Szambecki Team Race (in Norfolk)
Arrigan Memorial Regatta (in Alexandria)

Men’s golf
Towson Intercollegiate (includes W&M)

HIGH SCHOOLS
Results, details at HRVarsity.com/scores

Baseball
Hampton at Heritage, 2 p.m.
Menchville at Denbigh, 2 p.m.
Warwick at Gloucester, 2 p.m.
Woodside at Bethel, 2 p.m.
Walsingham Academy at Hampton Christian, noon
North Cross at Nansemond-Suffolk Academy, 3
Christchurch at Lancaster, 7

Softball
Kecoughtan at Phoebus, 2 p.m.
Menchville at Denbigh, 2 p.m.
Warwick at Gloucester, 2 p.m.
Woodside at Bethel, 2 p.m.

Boys tennis
Great Bridge at Jamestown, noon

Track and field
Conn-Madden Relays (at Todd Stadium)
Charles City Invitational

Boys lacrosse
Walsingham Academy at Steward, noon

Girls lacrosse
Nansemond-Suffolk Academy at Norfolk Academy, 1

Club rugby
Games at Dozier Middle School in Newport News:
Menchville vs. Warwick, 9 a.m.
Heritage vs. Bethel, 9 a.m.
Denbigh vs. United (York-Poquoson), 11 a.m.
Kecoughtan vs. Woodside, 11 a.m.


RUGBY
Rappahannock vs. Newport News Rugby Football Club (at Crittenden Middle School in Newport News), 1


HOCKEY
Final: AHL: Norfolk 2, Manchester 1: The Admirals gained a split of the two-game series behind Dustin Tokarski's 28 saves and Norfolk's two third-period goals before 5,301 at Scope. Troy Milam tied the score with 7:01 remaining, and Chris Durno netted the winning goal just 38 seconds later.


TENNIS
Mid-Atlantic Section boys 14-and-under Championship No. 2 (at Centre Court Racquet Club), noon
William and Mary Junior 16 Smash Singles Tournament (at McCormack-Nagelsen Tennis Center)

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FRIDAY, MARCH 25

COLLEGES
Baseball
Final: Christopher Newport 5, Tufts 3: Amazing: The Captains (27-1) won their 26th game in a row, beating the visiting Jumbos from Boston. Matt Shoemaker batted 2-for-4 with two RBI for CNU, ranked fifth nationally by d3baseball.com to Tufts' No. 16 position. Steven Lindemuth was 2-for-3 with a run and an RBI, and Ben Lenda scored the go-ahead run in the eighth on an error after Lindemuth's double. Shoemaker singled home Lindemuth to make it 5-3, and Ryan Fleischmann earned his fourth save of the year.
Final: Delaware 6, William and Mary 2: Steve Ulaky homered and Eric Young (2-2) pitched 6 2/3 innings in Newark as the Blue Hens cooled off a W&M team that has been on a recent roll. For the Tribe, Ryan Williams and Tadd Bower each had a hit and scored.
Final: Old Dominion 5, James Madison 4: ODU's Josh Wright, who grew up near Harrisonburg, belted a three-run homer in the fifth inning as his "homecoming" series began. The Monarchs held one of the nation's best offenses relatively in check.

Men’s gymnastics
USA Gymnastics Collegiate Championships (in Springfield, Mass.; including William and Mary), 6:30

Men’s tennis
Final: Cornell 4, Old Dominion 3: The Big Red, coached by former U.Va. assistant Tony Bresky, have one of the Ivy League's better teams.
Norfolk State at Virginia State, 4
Final: UNC Wilmington 4, William and Mary 2 (in Provo, Utah): Since both these CAA teams were in a BYU event, they chose to play each other out West. There could be a rematch in the conference tournament.
William and Mary vs. UC Santa Barbara (in Provo), 5

Women’s tennis
Final: Georgia State 4, Old Dominion 3: These two teams have an outside shot to contend in the CAA tournament next month.
Norfolk State at Virginia State, 4

Track and field
Fred Hardy Invitational (at University of Richmond)
Alabama Relays (in Tuscaloosa; including Hampton and W&M)
VMI-Washington and Lee Carnival (includes CNU and Va. Wesleyan)
Raleigh Relays (including Hampton and Norfolk State)

Men’s golf
Camp Lejeune Intercollegiate (in N.C.; includes CNU)


HIGH SCHOOLS
Results, details at HRVarsity.com/scores

Baseball

Bethel at Denbigh, 4:30
Gloucester at Menchville, 4:30
Heritage at Kecoughtan, 4:30
Phoebus at Woodside, 4:30
Warwick at Hampton, 4:30
Bruton at Tabb, 4:30
Warhill at New Kent, 4:30
Jamestown vs. Lafayette (at Mid-County Park), 4:30
Poquoson at Smithfield, 4:30
York at Grafton, 4:30
King and Queen Central at Charles City, 5
Lancaster at West Point, 5
Sussex Central at Brunswick, 5
Bishop Sullivan at Isle of Wight Academy, 4
Christchurch at Norfolk Academy, 4
St. Christopher’s at Nansemond-Suffolk Academy, 4:30

Softball
Bethel at Denbigh, 4:30
Gloucester at Menchville, 4:30
Heritage at Kecoughtan, 4:30
Phoebus at Woodside, 4:30
Warwick at Hampton, 4:30
Jamestown vs. Lafayette (at James City County Rec Center), 4:30
Bruton at Tabb, 4:30
Warhill at New Kent, 4:30
York at Grafton, 4:30
Poquoson at Smithfield, 4:30
Sussex Central at Brunswick, 4:30
King and Queen Central at Charles City, 5
Lancaster at West Point, 5
Nansemond-Suffolk Academy at Brunswick Academy, 4:30

Golf
Hampton Roads Academy vs. Peninsula Catholic (at Kiln Creek), 3

Boys soccer
Hampton at Norview, 4:30
Menchville at Tabb, 4:30
Booker T. Washington vs. Bethel (at Hampton Soccer Complex), 4:30
Lafayette at Gloucester, 7
Kecoughtan at Princess Anne, 7
Northampton at Bruton, 7
Indian River vs. Poquoson (at Poquoson Middle School), 7
Essex at New Kent, 7

Girls soccer
Poquoson at Woodside, 4:30
Denbigh at Walsingham Academy, 4:30
Lafayette at Gloucester, 5
Bruton at Northampton, 4
New Kent at Washington and Lee, 7
Norfolk Collegiate at Tabb, 7:30

Boys tennis
Bruton at New Kent, 4
Jamestown at Grafton, 4
Poquoson at Lafayette, 4
Tabb at York, 4
Warhill at Smithfield, 4
Hampton Roads Academy vs. Peninsula Catholic (at Huntington Park), 4
Nansemond-Suffolk Academy at Steward, 4

Girls tennis
Mathews at Gloucester, 4
New Kent at Bruton, 4
Grafton at Jamestown, 4
Lafayette at Poquoson, 4
York at Tabb, 4
Smithfield at Warhill, 4

Boys lacrosse
North Cross at Christchurch, 4
Proctor Academy (N.H.) at Hampton Roads Academy, 4
Kiski Prep (Pa.) at Nansemond-Suffolk Academy, 7

Girls lacrosse
Norfolk Academy at Nansemond-Suffolk Academy, 3:30

Track and field
Conn-Madden Relays (at Todd Stadium)



MIXED MARTIAL ARTS
M-1 Challenge (at Constant Center in Norfolk):
Mixed martial arts: Jose Figueroa won the featured bout on Friday’s M-1 Global card at ODU’s Constant Center. He won by technical knockout at 2:28 of the second round with effective punches against Artiom Damkovsky. Also, Magomed Sultanakhmedov beat Tyson Jeffries by TKO at 3:07 of the second round with knees to the body.


HOCKEY
Final: AHL: Manchester 4, Norfolk 0: Jeff Zatkoff made 35 saves as the Monarchs, the top affiliate of the Los Angeles Kings, cooled off the Admirals before 4,025 at Scope in the first of a two-game series. Manchester scored three third-period goals, including an empty-netter. The first two were by Dwight King. Still, the Admirals are in excellent playoff position.