Improving Girls Lax Team Loses Close Ones

The improving girls lacrosse team lost two close matches, 14-13 to Maury High School and 12-11 to Cox High School in the last week.

The team is now 0-9 on the season.

For pictures and video, go to Oaks Girls Lacrosse.




Girls Soccer Back on Winning Track

Ashby Larkin scored a hat trick and the girls soccer team overcame a 1-0 halftime deficit to defeat Trinity Episcopal, 4-1, at home on Saturday morning.

Senior Sarah Smallets got the Oaks even with a goal early in the second half before the defending TCIS champs and state runners-up took over the game with three more goals, all off the left foot of Larkin.

The team is now 10-3-1 on the season and plays at Norfolk Christian School on Tuesday.

For more pictures and video, go to Oaks Soccer.

Sarah Goal v. Trinity
Ashby Goal




Boys Tennis Continues Winning

With the seniors leading the way, the Oaks boys tennis team continued on a hot streak, defeating Maury, 8-1, on Tuesday.

The team is 6-2 on the season and pointing towards the TCIS and state tournaments.

For more pictures, go to Oaks Tennis.

Norfolk Collegiate 8, Maury 1

Dan Duan beat Oliver Siegfried 6-4, 6-2 at No. 2 singles. Ethan Willingham at No. 3 singles for Maury 7-5, 6-3. Alex Loope won 6-1, 6-0 over Harrison Gray. Six seniors won all three doubles matches.


Boys Lacrosse Earns Second Win

Bryson Pettrey scored four times and Luke Windley added three as the Oaks defeated Maury High School handily, 12-6, this week.

The win was the second of the season for Collegiate, which next plays Thursday at home against First Colonial and then Tuesday at home against Norfolk Christian. The team is 2-6 on the season.

For more pictures and videos, go to Oaks Boys Lacrosse.

Norfolk Collegiate 12, Maury 6

G—NC, Pettrey 4, Windley 3, Wentworth 2, Howlett 2, Bunch; M, not provided.


Jack Goal v. Maury


Boys Tennis Off to Good Start

Off to a slow start with weather delays and cancellations, the boys tennis team earned wins in two of its first three matches this season.

For more pictures, go to Oaks Boys Tennis.

Norfolk Collegiate 5, Trinity Episcopal 4.

Norfolk Collegiate 9, Walsingham 0.

Alex Duvall won a third set tiebreak over Sam Jones 10-5. Jordan Familant and Peter Guan earned their first career varsity wins.

Steward 6, Norfolk Collegiate 3.



Three Wins Even Baseball Team’s Record

With three consecutive wins, the baseball team evened its early-season record at 4-4, led by home runs by Jackson Burke in consecutive games.

On the mound, Burke had a two-hit shutout in one game while Hunter Flora and Blake Cummings combined for a three-hit shutout in another.

Norfolk Collegiate 7, Peninsula Catholic 0
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Peninsula Catholic000 000 0 — 0 3 3
W—Cummings (2-0). L—Vairo.

Hunter Flora and Black Cummings combined to throw a 3-hit shutout for the Oakes (4-4).

Norfolk Collegiate 8, Summit Christian 1
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W—Fitzwater. L—not provided. HR—Burke (2).

Jackson Burke hit a 2-run home run in back-to-back games for the Oaks (3-4).

Norfolk Collegiate 13, Portsmouth Christian 7
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Portsmouth Christian302 200 0 — 7 4 1
W—Cummings (1-0). L—Adams (0-1). HR—PC, Murray (1); NC, Burke (1).

Mark Hines went 3-3 with 4 RBIs. Jackson Burke hit a solo home run in the sixth inning.”

Norfolk Collegiate 11, Bishop Sullivan 1
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Bishop Sullivan000 10 — 1 2 5
W—Burke (1-0). L—Koch.

Jackson Burke pitched a 2-hit complete game while Hunter Flora went 2 for 3 with 2 RBIs for the Oaks (1-4).


Boys Lacrosse Team Earns First Win

The boys lacrosse team notched its first win of the season over the Princess Anne club team Tuesday at home, 9-5.

Jack Wentworth had four goals for the Oaks.

For more pictures and video, go to Oaks Boys Lacrosse.


Oaks v. Princess Anne Score



Girls Fall Short in TCIS Quarterfinal

dsc_5457The Oaks girls basketball team ended its season Tuesday with a 50-44 defeat at Bishop Sullivan Catholic High School.

PK Dawson led the Oaks with 15 points. She was the only Collegiate player in double figures.

Bishop Sullivan 50, Norfolk Collegiate 44

NORFOLK COLLEGIATE: Grinnan 3, Larkin 9, Tesslar 8, Howell 3, Maus 6, Dawson 15.

BISHOP SULLIVAN: Cajes 8, Moran 7, Gaughan 5, Marshall 10, Smith 1, DiBuono 17, Wohner 2


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Boys Comeback Falls Short

dsc_5664The Oaks clawed back from 18 points down in the first half to within three points in the final minutes, but couldn’t get over the top, falling 77-72 to Walsingham Academy in the TCIS quarterfinal Tuesday at home.

Senior Kile McNair finished his career in style, pouring in 20 points.

For more pictures and video, go to Boys Hoops.

Walsingham 77, Norfolk Collegiate 72

WALSINGHAM: Blow 5, S. Jones 14, West 8, Palogan 17, Stewart 33.

NORFOLK COLLEGIATE: Swartz 6, Robertson 7, Battle 13, Chatman 6, McNair 20, Davis 14, Stutt 2, Shipp 2, Hines 2.

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Two Grapplers Win TCIS Titles

47a7dc30b3127cce9854aa61557400000010100azowlhk5zswraMiles Edmond and Jaden Bullock captured titles at the TCIS Wrestling Championships as the depleted Oaks squad finished sixth as a team.

Edmond won at 132 pounds while Bullock earned the 160-pound title. Monroe Forehand at 120 pounds finished third while Dylan Pausch at 106 pounds was fourth. The state tournament begins on Friday.

Team scores: 1. Cape Henry 343; 2. Bishop Sullivan Catholic 281; 3. Peninsula Catholic 219.5; 4. Norfolk Christian 129; 5. Norfolk Academy 117; 6. Norfolk Collegiate 104.5.

img_4171 img_4455Place-winners
106: 1. Landon Kissell (PC); 2. Brendan Hawley (CH); 3. Nathaniel Scully (NCh); 4. Dylan Pausch (NCo).
113: 1. Cade Adamski (BSC); 2. Michael Wakeham (NA); 3. Justin Dugan (NCh); 4. Jack Simkins (CH).
120: 1. Luke Harvich (CH); 2. John Durkin (BSC); 3. David Forehand (NCo); 4. Grayson Ingram (NCh).
126: 1. Petey Decker (NA); 2. Tucker Bruner (CH); 3. Dominic Gentlesk (BSC); 4. Tim Spooner (NCo).
132: 1. Miles Edmond (NCo); 2. Trent Dassault (PC); 3. Colby Kassir (CH); 4. Garrett Davidson (BSC).
138: 1. Reece Fowler (CH); 2. Charlie Schoening (BSC); 3. Zack Cavelli (PC); 4. Wyatt Pleming (NA).
145: 1. Galilee Kissell (PC); 2. Will Brooks (NA); 3. Samuel Goshgarian (CH); 4. Nathan Ocampo (BSC).
152: 1. Ellis Chay (CH); 2. Dylan Anderson (PC); 3. Nick Segerblom (BSC); 4. Luke Carlson (NCh).
160: 1. Jaden Bullock (NCo); 2. Jordan Scott (CH); 3. Luke Ingram (NCh).
img_4217 img_4185170: 1. Zach Mohajerin (PC); 2. Joe Gonsalves (BSC); 3. Tommy Christianson (CH); 4. Seth Lucas (NA).
182: 1. Jon Gray (PC); 2. Andrew Allgood (NCh); 3. Jackson Kassir (CH); 4. Luke Mazzeo (BSC).
195: 1. Hunter Christianson (CH); 2. Ben Murphy (BSC); 3. Kagen Axsom (NCh).
220: 1. Alex Ekker (BSC); 2. Zach Maiden (CH).

285: 1. Gabe Fuster (BSC); 2. Parker Tanner-Vigil (CH); 3. Justin Scannell (PC).