Peninsula Catholic senior Dan Harthausen has signed to attend King's College in Wilkes-Barre, Pa., where he will wrestle at 197 pounds next season, PC coach Ron Kavanaugh said.
Harthausen was the Virginia Independent Schools runner-up at 195 as a senior and placed seventh as a junior.
Harthausen expects to major in business. He is the first wrestler PC has sent to the D-III level.
Winning pitcher Kayla St. John doubled, singled twice, scored two runs, drove in one and stole two bases as Tabb (11-3) beat Bruton 6-0.
Carter Cunningham hit a bases-loaded walk-off double in the bottom of the seventh to lead Fuqua over Tidewater Academy 4-3 in Farmville.
Aaliyah Lyttle scored twice and had an assist to guide Jamestown past Lafayette 3-0. ...
Hampton Roads Academy beat Nansemond-Suffolk Academy 3-0 as Catie Slater and Courtney Montgomery each had a goal and an assist.
Ethan Buck and Vraj Gajjar won all of their matches at the top two singles spots and No. 1 doubles as York (5-2, 4-2 Bay Rivers District) beat New Kent 6-1 in a rain-shortened match. ...
Poquoson continued to show why it's among the BRD's best teams, beating Smithfield 8-1. ...
Norfolk Academy, the Tidewater Conference of Independent Schools champion, lost just five games as it beat Walsingham Academy 9-0. ...
Players from undefeated Menchville and Woodside earned the top seeds for the Peninsula District tournament, which will start at 9 a.m. Thursday at Huntington Park.
Defending champion Jake Fields of Menchville was No. 1, while the only player to win a set off him in the regular season -- German exchange student Julian Frings of Woodside -- was No. 2. The 2012 runner-up, Menchville's Stuart McCroskey, took the third spot, with Woodside's Jarrett Griffin at 4.
Also gaining seeds were No. 5 Darnell Wilkins of Eastern Region tournament-bound Heritage, No. 6 Matthew Pittman of Bethel, No. 7 Steven Polyson of Denbigh and No. 8 Will McCord of Warwick.
In doubles, reigning champs Fields and McCroskey were seeded first, with Frings and Griffin second. Wilkins and Johnathan Holloway were third, while Polyson and Sharif Merritt were fourth.
The finalists in each bracket will advance to the Eastern Region individual quarterfinals.
By winning all of her regular-season district matches, Christine Riddett of Gloucester gained the top seed in the Peninsula District tournament, which will start at 9 a.m. Thursday at Huntington Park.
Bethel's Brittany Roberts took the No. 2 seed, with Gloucester left-hander Olivia Edwards third and Kecoughtan's Cassie Ardern fourth.
Also receiving seeds were No. 5 Kaitlyn Yarborough of regular-season champion Warwick, No. 6 Abi Castro of Hampton, No. 7 Sarah Becouvarakis of Warwick and No. 8 Kendall Crump of Heritage.
In doubles, Riddett and Edwards took the No. 1 seed, followed by Yarborough and Becouvarakis at 2, Woodside's Rebekah Tereska and Vaughan at 3 and Crump and Alayah Austin at 4.