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Saturday’s multi-sport high school roundup (plus some from Friday): Woodside …


Josh Welcher and Chris Henley had two RBI each in Woodside’s 10-4 win at Grassfield.

Drew Moyer threw a complete game for the Wolverines (15-0, 5-0 Monitor-Merrimac Conference 2). …

In another Monitor-Merrimac game, Ted Ennis pitched a four-hitter to lead Oscar Smith (7-7, 2-3) to a 9-1 win over Bethel in Chesapeake. The run by the Bruins (3-9, 0-5), in the sixth, was unearned.

Andrew Poirier hit a three-run double in the sixth to cap the Tigers’ production. Daniel Quan and Thomas Packert each had two hits for Oscar Smith.

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Chelsea Evans and Marika Whitlatch combined on a five-inning no-hitter in Grafton’s 22-0 win over Lafayette.

Evans, who had three hits and drove in a run, pitched the first three innings, and Tara Deck added three hits and four RBI for the host Clippers (11-3). Hannah Olson and Emily Beyer added three hits and three RBI each. …

Sydney Gay batted 3-for-4 and struck out 10 while pitching a two-hitter Saturday as Smithfield (8-2) shut out Jamestown 6-0. Hannah Rogers added two hits for the visiting Packers.

The Eagles fell to 4-8, though earlier in the day, they beat North Bergen (N.J.) 3-1 behind a three-run first inning. In that game, Kailey Smith was 2-for-3 with a triple and two RBI, and Courtney Smith drove in Jamestown’s other run. …

York rang up eight runs in the third inning and went on to win 13-2 at Poquoson.

Hannah Hautz homered for the Falcons (10-2). The Islanders fell to 3-9.

Girls soccer:

Catie Slater and Melina Gharbo had two goals apiece and Tess Lawson provided two assists as Hampton Roads Academy (6-6, 4-5 Tidewater Conference of Independent Schools) breezed past Nansemond-Suffolk Academy 6-1. …

Friday, Erin Fenton had three goals and an assist as Tabb rolled past Bruton 10-0. Leah Tyson and Lakiah Robinson added two goals apiece.

Boys soccer:

Theo Grothey’s two goals and Andrew Nicely’s two assists guided Tabb past Bruton 5-0 Friday.

Girls tennis:

Lafayette shut out Smithfield 9-0 Friday to stay undefeated. Libby Bland defeated Kayla Ervin 6-3, 3-6, 1-0 (10-6) at the top spot in the day’s only three-setter.

Boys lacrosse:

Nansemond-Suffolk Academy edged TCIS rival HRA 8-6.

Track and field:

The Thomas Dale boys and girls took team titles at the West Point Invitational. West Point’s girls placed third overall and won the 4×400-meter relay. …

Jamestown‘s boys won the 4×400 relay at the Dogwood Relays.

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