Category Archives: lacrosse

Boys Lacrosse Bows Out at TCIS Quarterfinal; Soccer Plays Today

The boys lacrosse season ended Monday with a 15-4 loss at Cape Henry in the Tidewater Conference quarterfinals.

The team ended the season with a 4-9 record.

For pictures and video, go to Oaks Lacrosse.

Meanwhile, the surging girls soccer team entered the TCIS tournament as the second seed and plays Norfolk Christian at home today at 4 p.m.

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.

 

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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.

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

 

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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.

 

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Girls Lacrosse in State Quarterfinal

DSC_1242The girls lacrosse team, seeded eighth, plays at top-seeded Highland School in northern Virginia on Tuesday afternoon in a state quarterfinal match.

The girls are 3-7 on the season. More pictures and video from the season at Girls Lacrosse.

 

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Girls Lacrosse Wins Thriller

DSC_1494The girls lacrosse team held on for a 13-12 win over Walsingham Academy at home Tuesday in the TCIS Tournament quarterfinal.

The Oaks fell behind early, then built a lead before staving off a last-second Walsingham rally.

The team plays at top-seeded Norfolk Academy today.

 

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Girls Lacrosse Quarterfinal at Home Today

DSC_1230The girls lacrosse team, seeded fourth in the TCIS Tournament, plays Walsingham Academy at home today at 4:30 p.m. in a quarterfinal match.

For video and pictures from the season, go to Oaks Girls Lacrosse.

 

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Boys Upset Catholic; TCIS Semifinal Today

DSC_0863Senior Chris Beck wasn’t ready to call it a career.

DSC_0853Beck scored four times on Monday and the Oaks downed Bishop Sullivan Catholic High School, 7-5, in a TCIS Tournament quarterfinal.

Collegiate had lost twice to Catholic during the regular season by large margins.

Junior keeper Joey Swartz had 22 saves.

The team plays at Cape Henry today in the semifinal.

 

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Boys Lacrosse Triumphs on Senior Night

DSC_0918Senior Night proved to be a good outing for the boys lacrosse team as they defeated Christchurch School handily, 11-3.

Senior Chris Beck led the Oaks with six goals. Fellow senior Stephenson Heretick added a pair of goals. Hamoudi Musselmani and Noah Siebert also scored.

In goal, Joey Swartz had 19 saves.

For more pictures and video, go to Oaks boys lacrosse.

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Girls Lacrosse Earns First Wins

DSC_9534The girls lacrosse team picked up their first two wins of the season, downing Christchuch 15-9 on Friday and Walsingham, 15-9. on Wednesday.

Anna Win scored five times against Christchurch. Vera Sacks added three goals while Jordan Sibley and Gabby Grinnan had a pair each. Carter Kennedy, Ashley Obermayer, and Sarah Beck rounded out the scoring for the Oaks.

Against Walsingham, Winn scored four times, Sibley three times, Kennedy twice, and Abby Wright once.

The team plays at Trinity Episcopal next Thursday.

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