Category Archives: softball
The softball team, enjoying a strong season, defeated Bishop Sullivan Catholic High School, 23-0, last week and is headed to the TCIS quarterfinals today against Greenbrier Christian.
Sophomore Allison Casper earned the win for the Oaks. The team is 4-6 on the season.
For more pictures, go to Oaks Softball.
Norfolk Collegiate 23, Bishop Sullivan 0
Norfolk Collegiate 341 78 — 23 12 1
Bishop Sullivan 000 00 — 0 3 3
W—Casper (4-6). L—Smith. HR—Casper (1).
It’s already the end of the spring season and Norfolk Collegiate teams will be competing in the TCIS Tournament this week.
Today at 4:30 at home, the girls soccer team, seeded second in the TCIS and ranked fourth in the state, kick off against seventh-seeded Walsingham. It will be senior day.
If they win, they play at home again on Wednesday at 4:30.
The girls lacrosse team, seeded fifth in the TCIS, heads to Bishop Sullivan Catholic High School for a 4:30 p.m. game. There are more girls lacrosse photos at Girls Lax.
The softball team, seeded seventh, plays at Nansemond-Suffolk Academy, seeded second, at 4:30 today.
The boys tennis team has its final match today at Bishop Sullivan, then begins TCIS play on Thursday.
The boys lacrosse team was eliminated Monday in the TCIS quarterfinal, losing 15-8 to Nansemond-Suffolk.
Nansemond-Suffolk 15, Norfolk Collegiate 8
G—NSA, T.Jackson 2, Riddick 4, N.Dowd 2, Peak 3, Serianni 2, Leicester, E.Dowd; NC, Heretick 2, Beck 3, Lee 2, Bianchi.
Remember, you can see pictures from all the teams at Norfolk Collegiate Athletics.
The softball team won back-to-back games last week, defeating Alliance Christian, 16-6, following an away win, 20-7, at Cape Henry.
The team is 3-8 on the season.
Team members include Allison Casper, Taylor Dews, Carrigan Eyrolles, Yolanda Fu, Melanie Goosens, Sarah Green, Morgan Kent, Morgan Kimberly, Jessica LaVertu, Laura Marin, Leigh Ann Ordonez, Catherine Perrine, and Keady Rascona.
For more pictures, go to Oaks softball.
Here are the awards for the Most Valuable Player, Most Improved Player and the OAK Award winner for the spring teams.
The OAK Award is presented to a student-athlete “who maximizes his or her abilities (Overachiever), exhibits the proper (Attitude) in practice and games, and is a real student of the sport (Knowledge).”
Varsity track (girls) – Alexis Shelton (OAK), Shahra Madison (MVP), and Alejandra Radiguet-Correa (MIP)
Varsity track (boys’) – Steve Turack (OAK), Marcus Anderson (MVP), and Henry Lou (MIP)
JV track (girls’) – Joi Harper (OAK) and Aja Shelton (MVP)
JV track (boys’) – Henry Lou (OAK) and K’yonze Chavis (MVP)
MS track (girls’) – Ella Bashara (OAK)
Varsity baseball – Cabell Thomas (OAK), Mark Howlett (MVP), and Reid Wilkinson (MIP)
JV baseball – Jackson Burke (OAK) and Hunter Flora (MVP)
MS baseball – Michael Gilday (OAK)
Varsity soccer – Georgia Drinkwater (OAK), Natalie Kanter (MVP), and Madison Parker (MIP)
JV soccer – Catherine Moore (OAK) and Georgia White (MVP)
MS soccer – Logan Michelon (OAK)
Varsity golf –Sammi Rappaport (OAK), Baodan Collins (MVP), and Alex Holt (MIP)
JV golf – Tyler Hamlin (OAK) and Nick Selig (MVP)
Varsity boys’ lacrosse – Trey Ritter (OAK), Joey Swartz (MVP), and Chris Beck (MIP)
MS boys’ lacrosse – Chris Bunch (OAK)
Varsity crew (girls’) – Hannah Garcia (OAK), Frances Boyer (MVP), and Lauryn Brooks (MIP)
Varsity crew (boys’) – Michael Ortiz (OAK), Gates Breeden (MVP), and Nathan Stell (MIP)
Varsity boys’ tennis – Narain Rijhwani (OAK), Alex Loope (MVP), and Chase Pearson (MIP)
JV/MS boys’ tennis – Austin Sisino (OAK) and Jordan Laster (MVP)
Varsity softball — Morgan Kimberly (OAK), Emma Stell (MVP), and Julia Bianchi (MIP)
JV/MS softball – Allison Casper (OAK) and Catherine Perrine (MVP)
Varsity girls’ lacrosse –-Annie Bashara (OAK), Virginia Marshall (MVP), and Savannah Hoover (MIP)
JV/MS girls’ lacrosse – Grace Georgo (OAK) and Gabby Grinnin (MVP)
JV/MS girls’ softball—Meredith Perrine
JV/MS tennis –Miller Solomon
Varsity softball – Clay Tinkham
Varsity girls’ lacrosse — Zoe Papadopoulos
Junior Hunter Lee scored with about 30 seconds left and freshman Joey Swartz made a big save in goal as the lacrosse team downed Hampton Roads Academy, 11-10. The squad travels for Cape Henry for a 4:30 game today.
At the Azalea complex, the girls outlasted Peninsula Catholic 16,-15, winning their first in a game played in a light rain. They travel to Greenbrier Christian today at 4:30.