Senior Philip Trapani scored four times to lead the Oaks to a 10-6 win Monday at home over Benedictine.
Junior Chris Beck added three goals as Collegiate controlled the contest.
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Norfolk Collegiate 10, Benedictine 6
G—NC, Trapani 4, Musselmani, Lee, Beck 3, Bianchi; B, Johnson 3, Vita 2, Allocca.
The varsity golf team won its second match of the season over Portsmouth Christian Monday, 188-205, with senior Baodan Collins the low scorer for the Oaks.
Team members include Parker Banks, Baodan Collins, Clara Deng, Alex Holt, Jacob Oliver, Christian Rodriquez, Nick Selig, and Benson Wang
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Norfolk Collegiate 188, Portsmouth Chris. 205
At Sewells Point, par 35. Medalist: Baodan Collins (NC) 45.
Freshman Sarah Smith scored twice, including the game-winner midway through the second half, as the Oaks defeated Cape Henry, 2-1, Friday in Virginia Beach.
On the winning goal, junior Ann Burns Morrison hit sophomore Cameron Brown in stride with a pass through the midfield. Brown then drew the defense to her before deftly slipping a pass to Smith going in on the Cape Henry keeper, who didn’t have a chance.
Once again, Jessie Cavolt was strong in the goal. The Oaks had several other second half chances.
Collegiate opened the game strong with Smith scoring about ten minutes into the contest. Cape Henry evened the score a few minutes later.
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The girls play at Bishop Sullivan Catholic High School on Tuesday.
The boys tennis team blanked Norfolk Collegiate on Wednesday for their third win on the young season.
On Friday, the squad dropped a match at Cape Henry.
The team is now 3-2 on the season with a match at Bishop Sullivan Catholic High School on Tuesday. For more pictures, go to Oaks Tennis.
Norfolk Collegiate 9, Norfolk Christian 0
Loope d. Indlekofer, 6-0, 6-0; Rijhwani d. Daffron, 6-1, 6-0; Baker d. Wentz, 6-1, 6-0; Duan d. Johnson, 6-1, 6-1; Duvall d. Beasley, 6-0, 6-1; Addison d. Ward, 6-1, 6-0.
Cape Henry 8, Norfolk Collegiate 1
Sumers (CH) d. Loope 6-4 6-0, Roberts (CH) d. Backer 6-1 6-1, Murillo (CH) d. Rihjwani 6-1 6-0, Duan (NC) d. Genossar 7-5 6-4, Simon (CH) d. Duval 6-3 6-2, Mariano (CH) d. Addison 7-5 4-6 10-6.
St. Catherine’s scored within the first minute and then twice more within ten minutes and the Oaks girls soccer team couldn’t recover despite numerous chances, losing, 3-1, on Wednesday.
Cameron Brown scored midway through the first half and that ignited the Oaks. They controlled play in the latter portion of the half, then outplayed the visitors, ranked number one in the state, throughout the second half.
The Oaks had at least half a dozen solid scoring chances, but could not find the back of the net. Sarah Smith shot just wide, then hit the post on another scoring chance Ashby Larkin missed in close. Brown was on the doorstep, but the ball popped over the goal. Hannah Beale was stone-walled by the St. Catherine keeper. Ann Burns Morrison’s laser sailed inches over the crossbar. It was that kind of day for the Oaks.
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The girls play at Cape Henry today at 4:30 in a key TCIS game.
The Collegiate baseball team lost, 8-2, Tuesday at Nansemond-Suffolk Academy. Freshman Dylan Cheek took the loss on the mound.
In other action, the boys bowed to Norfolk Academy last week.
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The boys play at Cape Henry on Friday.
Nansemond-Suffolk 8, Norfolk Collegiate 2
Norfolk Collegiate 020 000 0 — 2 5 1
Nansemond-Suffolk 211 103 x — 8 9 1
W—Smith (2-0). L—Cheek.
Cole Williams went 2 for 3 with 3 RBIs to lead the Saints (5-2).
The Oaks girls lacrosse team fell short Tuesday at Nansemond-Suffolk Academy, losing 11-8.
Savannah Hoover scored three times while Jordan Sibley and Anna Winn each scored twice for the team, which is 3-3 on the season.
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Nansemond-Suffolk 11, Norfolk Collegiate 8
G—NSA, Lerner 5, Kozak 4, Higinbotham 2; NC, Hoover 3, Grinnan, Winn 2, Sibley 2.
The girls soccer team quickly solved Nansemond-Suffolk Academy’s high-trapping defense and scored repeatedly in an 8-0 win in Suffolk on Tuesday.
The Oaks took a 5-0 lead at the half, stretched it to 8-0, and then played possession soccer, not shooting in the final dozen minutes.
Cameron Brown and Sofia Jonson scored twice with Sarah Smallets, Madison White, Sarah Smith, and Ashby Larkin also finding the back of the net.
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The girls play Richmond powerhouse St. Catherine’s today at home at 4:30 p.m.
Seconds after Norfolk Academy scored to go ahead, 2-1, junior Madison White took a pass from senior Demetra Protogyrou and beat the ‘dog’s keeper to draw Collegiate even.
Both sides had chances in the remainder of time and two five-minute extra periods, but the score remained knotted.
Freshman Sarah Smith put the Oaks on top in the first half before Academy scored off a corner kick.
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The girls play at Nansemond-Suffolk Academy Tuesday, then at home Wednesday against St. Catherine’s.