Wrestlers Demolish Christian

31509810421_362a6c156b_oThree Collegiate wrestlers scored falls and the Oaks went on to defeat Norfolk Christian Academy, 33-9, Wednesday at home.

 

Norfolk Collegiate 33, Norfolk Christian 9

113: Pausch (NCO) d. Dugan, 10-7;
120: Forehand (NCO) p. G.Ingram, 3:43;
145: G.Bullock (NCO) p. Hickey, 2:48;
160: J.Bullock (NCO) p. L.Ingram, :51;
182: Allgood (NCH) d. Flora, 10-3.

 

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Girls Down Greenbrier Christian

dsc_4884A balanced attack carried the girls basketball team to a 55-37 win over Greenbrier Christian.

Three Oaks scored in double figures led by Briana Powell’s 15 points.

The girls play Tuesday at Nansemond-Suffolk Academy.

Norfolk Collegiate 55, Greenbrier Christian 37


NORFOLK COLLIGIATE: Grinnan 7, Larkin 8, Tessler 11, Powell 15, Dawson 14.

GREENBRIER CHRISTIAN: Spangler 24, Rivera 2, Wentz 2, Belforf 7, Burford 2.

 

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Girls Basketball Team Photos

dsc_4861The girls basketball team plays in the St. Gertrude’s Tournament this week.

Here are photos from the Steward game earlier this month. No more details are available because box scores have not been shared.

For more photos, go to Girls Hoops.

 

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Hoops Teams Earns Home Win

dsc_4838The Oaks basketball team went into the holiday break with a convincing 82-58 home win over the NICE Thunder.

The win was the second consecutive for the team, now 3-7, after defeating Christchurch School, 55-54.

Earlier in the month, Collegiate bowed to Hampton Roads Academy 63-51.

In the NICE game, Jordan Battle led the team with 23 points and five rebounds, but it was a full team effort. A.J. Davis had 19 points, Jakeim Robertson had 16 points and nine boards, and Kile McNair poured in ten points and had six rebounds and four assists.

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

The team plays tonight at the Boo Williams Tournament.

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Wrestlers Sixth at Peninsula Invitational

img_9918-2Jaden Bullock, the Oaks’ top-ranked 152 pounder, was named Outstanding Wrestler as Collegiate finished sixth at the Peninsula Catholic Invitational over the weekend.

Jacob Roth and 16 pounds and Miles Edmond at 132 pounds also won titles.

For more pictures, thanks to parent Louis Roth, go to Oaks Wrestlers.

Peninsula Catholic InvitationalActions
1. Norfolk Academy – 156.02.
2.Bishop Sullivan – 142.03.

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3. Woodberry Forest – 138.04.
4. St. Stevens and St. Agnes – 125.05.
5. Peninsula Catholic – 120.56.
6. Norfolk Collegiate – 117.57.

7. Randolph-Macon – 96.08.
8. Grace Christian – 75.09.

9. Benedictine – 68.010.
10. Norfolk Christian – 56.011.
11. Trinity Episcopal – 26.0

Most Outstanding Wrestler
152 – Jaden Bullock
1st Place Finishers: 126 – Jacob Roth. 132 – Miles Edmond. 152 – Jaden Bullock
4th Place Finisher: 182 – Hunter Flora.
5th Place Finishers: 113 – Dylan Pausch. 120 – Monroe Forehand. 126 – Tim Spooner. 182 – Jackson Burke

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Wrestlers Split a Pair of Matches

img_8787The wrestling team recently split a pair of matches, defeating Bayside while losing to Wilson.

Miles Edmond had a pair of falls for the Oaks.

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113 – D. Pausch pinned 1: 19 (L)
126 – T. Spooner Fall 3:08 (W)
132 – J.Roth decision 10-4 (W)
138 – M. Forehand pinned 1:24 (L)
145 – M. Edmond Fall 1:18 (W)
152 – B. Cummings pinned 3:23 L)
160 – J. Bullock Forfeit (W)
182 – H. Flora Forfeit (W)
195 – J. Burke Forfeit (W)

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NCS v w. Wilson, Loss 23-40

113 – D. Pausch Forfeit (W)
126 – M. Forehand decision against 6-10 (L)
132 – T. Spooner major decision against 7-15 (L)
138 – M. Edmond Tech Fall 15-0/2:06 (W)
152 – B. Cummings Fall 1 :46 (W)
160 – J. Bullock Forfeit (W)
182 – H. Flora decision against 5-6 (L)
195 – J. Burke pined 1:55 (L)

Thanks to Louis Roth for the photographs.

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Boys Hoops Team Earns First Win

dsc_4759Freshman A.J. Davis, bombing from the outside, had 26 points to lead the Oaks on a second-half comeback and secure new coach Junior Burrough’s first win at home Tuesday over Nansemond-Suffolk Academy, 67-57.

Senior Kile McNair chipped in with 13 points and pulled down 10 rebounds for the Oaks. Jakeim Robertson added a dozen points.
For more pictures, go to Boys Basketball.

Norfolk Collegiate 67, Nansemond-Suffolk 57

NANSEMOND-SUFFOLK: Pettaway 7, D. White 10, Freeman 7, R. White 10, Salmon 5, Faulk 7,Strothers 11.

NORFOLK COLLEGIATE: Swartz 2, Robertson 12, Battle 10, Cantu 2, McNair 13, Davis 26, Hines 2.

Win over Nansemond-Suffolk

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Girls Fall in Opener

DSC_7844The winter sports season opened with the girls basketball team taking on Atlantic Shores in an away game on Tuesday night.

The team came up short, losing 50-30, as Princess Kayla Dawson was the only Oak in double figures with 11 points.

Atlantic Shores 50, Norfolk Collegiate 30

ATLANTIC SHORES: Houston 6, Ganther 2, Gilliam 7, Fitzgerald 6, Newman 2, Happer 19, Mitchell 8.

NORFOLK COLLEGIATE: Grinnan 3, Laskin 7, Casper 3, Tessles 2, Maus 2, Kioc 2, Dawson 11.

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Oaks Fifth at Mid-Atlantic Team Race

dsc_0835The Oaks finished fifth at the MASSA Fall Team Race Championship in the waters off Annapolis over the weekend. Severn of Maryland won the event.

Daniel Vail, Ellie Maus, and Parker Purrington were skippers for the Oaks number one team, which finished 8-4. Norfolk Academy, the only other TCIS competitor, finished 12th of 13 teams with a 1-11 record.

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1 Severn Severn School Admirals 11-1 Stephanie Houck ’17 Abby Tindall ’19
Jordan Bruce ’20 Blair Reilly ’18
Caroline Bayless ’19 Caroline McNeil ’18
Mariner Fagan ’20 Aidan Morgan ’17
Sam Bruce ’20 Camille White ’18
Madeline Hawkins ’20 Sophie Taczak ’16
* 2 Christchurch Christchurch School Seahorses 10-2 Benton Amthor ’19 Alara Sahin ’18
Brendan Little ’18 Carson Rozell ’19
Boyd Bragg ’19 Sally Johnson ’18
Marianna Guzman ’19 Eric DeMaro ’18
Austin Freda ’17
** 3 Annapolis Annapolis High School Panthers 10-2 Remington King ’17 Kimberly Leonard ’18
Porter Kavle ’18 Claire Spanhake ’20 *
Nicholas Salvesen ’18 Ava Walker ’19
* 4 Mamaroneck Mamaroneck High School Tigers 8-4 Lizzy Kaplan ’19 Guy Santee ’19
Emma Cowles ’19 Eloise Smith ’18 *
Carmen Cowles ’19 Julia Henderson ’19 *
** 5 Norfolk Collegiate Norfolk Collegiate School Oaks 8-4 Daniel Vail ’17 Sarah Smith ’18
Ellie Maus ’18 Matt Wright ’19
Parker Purrington ’19 Chris Robertson ’19
Clare Harbin ’19

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Girls Tennis Third at TCIS Tourney

dsc_3686-copyThe girls tennis team finished behind the big schools of Norfolk Academy and Cape Henry placing third at the TCIS Tournament held Friday and Saturday.

Senior Hannah Beale finished second at the number six singles slot and junior Carson McMonagle also was the runner-up at the number five singles slot.

 

For more pictures, go to Girls Tennis.

dsc_3666Team scores—1. Norfolk Academy 72, 2. Cape Henry Collegiate 60, 3. Norfolk Collegiate 49, 4. Nansemond-Suffolk Academy 44, 5. Norfolk Christian 32, 6. Hampton Roads Academy 24, 7. Walsingham 21,8. Peninsula Catholic 14, 9. Bishop Sullivan Catholic 8.

Singles—No. 1: Catie Sullivan (NA) d. Krykanov (CH) 6-2 6-2; No. 2: JC Chandler (NA) d. Shelton (CH); No. 3: Ingrid Benkovitz (NA) d. Clunan (CH); No. 4: Lily Hackbirth (NA) d. Brown (CH); No. 5: Lindley Richardson (NA) d. McMonagle (NoCo); No. 6: Kate Furr (NA) d. Beale (NoCo).

Doubles— No. 1: C. Sullivan-JC Chandler (NA) d. Krykanov-Shelton (CH) 10-0; No. 2: Benkovitz-Hackbirth (NA) d. Brown-Clunan (CH) 10-1; ; No. 3: Richardson- Furr (NA) d. McMonagle-Camacho (NoCo) 10-0.

 

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