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Boys Soccer Team Wins Pair

Austin Fattizzi scored three goals in two games and the boys soccer team upped its record to 8-6 defeating two Tidewater Conference of Independent Schools rivals last week.

Maxwell Vooss, Max Golovsky, Austin Fattizzi, Jackson Arnold each scored for the Oaks in a win Tuesday over Peninsula Catholic while Fattizzi and Braeden Thomson scored in a win over Norfolk Christian School on Thursday.

Norfolk Collegiate 4, Peninsula Catholic 1

G—NC, Fattizzi, Vooss, Arnold, Golvoski; PC, MacDonald.

Norfolk Collegiate 3, Norfolk Christian 0

G—Fattizzi 2, Thomson.

Austin Fattizzi scored two goals. Braeden Thomson added a goal.

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Boys Soccer Splits for Week

The varsity boys soccer team split for the week, defeating Nansemond-Suffolk Academy, 2-1, on Tuesday and falling to the Steward School, 5-1, on Friday.

Braedan Thomson and Austin Fattizzi scored in each half for the Oaks in the victory.

For more pictures and video, go to Oaks Soccer.

 

Sailors Take Top Slot in Weekend Regatta

The Oaks topped all comers Saturday during the regatta on the Elizabeth River. Ellie Maus and Matt Wright led the way winning the A division followed by Parker Purrington and Ray Domena in second.

In the B Division, Sarah Smith and Jenks Britt sailed the number one Collegiate boat with Maggie Campbell and Jon Kruger in the number two boat.

For more pictures and video, go to Oaks Sailing.

Sailors Open Season with Strong Showings

Norfolk Collegiate finished third behind two Christchurch teams last Saturday in a Virginia Interscholastic Sailing Association regatta on the Elizabeth River.

Parker Purrington and Ray Domena took fourth place individual honors while Ellie Maus and Matt Wright were right behind them in fifth place.

Division A
4th Place: Oaks 2 Parker Purrington and Ray Domena
5th Place: Oaks 1 Ellie Maus and Matt Wright
10th Place: Oaks 3. Sarah Smith and Jenks Britt

Division B
4th Place Oaks 1 Chris Robertson and Alex Shuck
5th Place Oaks 3 Maggie Campbell and Jon Kruger
Tied for 11th place Oaks 2 Harrison Thompson and Chapman Holt

In earlier regattas, The Oaks topped Christchurch on Sept. 16 by two points and scored the same points in a Sept. 9 race.

For more pictures, go to Oaks Sailing. Thanks to John Domena for the shots.

Collegiate sails again Saturday on the Elizabeth River off the Norfolk Yacht Club.

 

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Late Goal Lifts Oaks

Sophomore Braeden Thomson scored with five minutes remaining to lead the Oaks to a 2-1 away win over Nansemond-Suffolk Academy on Tuesday.

Junior Austin Fattizzi netted the first goal for the winners.

The win raised the team’s record to 7-3. Collegiate plays at Cape Henry Academy on Thursday.

Norfolk Collegiate, 2, Nansemond-Suffolk 1

G—NC, Fattizzi, Thomson; NS, Firnstahl.

Field Hockey Team Off to Slow Start

The field hockey team lost two on the road over the weekend, falling to St. Gertrude’s, 3-1, on Friday and Trinity Episcopal, 8-0, on Saturday.

The team is now 1-6-1 on the season with their win coming over Granby High School.

The Oaks play at home Tuesday against Nansemond-Suffolk Academy and at home Thursday against Hampton Roads Academy.

For more pictures and video, go to Field Hockey.

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Volleyball Team Tops Summit Christian

The girls volleyball team picked up its third win of the season, defeating Summit Christian in four sets, pulling out a 26-24 thriller in the finale.

Collegiate won the first two sets, 25-20 and 25-22 before dropping the third set.

The Oaks play at Nansemond Suffolk Academy and at Cape Henry this week.

Tennis Team Off to Spectacular Start

The surging and undefeated girls tennis team dispatched Nansemond-Suffolk Academy, 7-2, on Tuesday notching another win in what is building into a stellar season.

The Oaks swept the doubles matches with Gabrielle Toomy and Brooke Walthall, Julianna Selig and Solana Wesley, and Audrey Surgeon and Caroline Jordan winning. Toomy, Jordan, Ellie Robertson, and Carson McMonagle won their singles matches.

You don’t want to see a pair of Oaks across the net from you. In five team matches, they are 14-1 in doubles.

For more pictures from the match, go to Oaks Tennis.

The Oaks were coming off a dramatic weekend win as champions of the Trinity Tournament, snatching the crown from Trinity Episcopal, 5-4, as Selig and Ellie Robertson won 10-8 in the decisive tiebreaker.

After six singles matches, the Oaks were down 2-4.

Brooke Walthall teamed with Gabrielle Toomy at #1 doubles (8-3)and soon after Audrey Spurgeon and Caroline Jordan evened things at 4-4 by taking number #3 doubles (8-4). Robertson and Selig, playing together for the first time, were down 4-7.

No problem.

They reeled off three straight games to even things at 7-7, and after falling behind 2-6 in the tiebreak, they came roaring back for the win.

Then it was time to play North Cross.
Again, no problem, but a lot of sweating. The Oaks won, 5-4.

Gabrielle Toomy was defeated at #1 (0-8), and Emma Smith picked up a win (her first singles match of the season) at #6 (8-2). Overall Match 1-1.

Julianna Selig was then defeated at #2 (1-8), at about the same time Audrey Spurgeon delivered her third victory of the day at #4. Overall Match 2-2.

Brooke Walthall then fell at #5 as a late rally fell short (5-8). Overall Match 2-3.

Robertson outlasted her opponent and pulled ahead late, keeping the Oaks chances alive. The match score was even at 3 apiece entering doubles.

Solana Wesley and Julianna Selig won at #2. Overall Match 4-4. Smith and Robertson fell behind, but came back string.
Oaks win. Oaks win. Oaks win. 5-4. The came home with a nice addition to the trophy case.

Ellie Robertson and Gabrielle Toomy were named to the All-Tournament team.

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Girls Fall in Semifinal

The Oaks girls soccer team just couldn’t solve the Norfolk Academy defense this season. They were unable to score in three games and Friday in Richmond that meant they lost, 1-0, in the Division I state semifinal.

The team ended the season 16-4. Senior Cameron Brown, who is headed to Brown University to play soccer, was named TCIS Player of the Year.

Molly Beegle, Sarah Smallets, Ashby Larkin and Shelby Hall were also named to the team.

The Oaks have advanced to at least the state semifinal game in the last four years.

In 2014, they won the state title. In 2015 and 2017, they lost in the semifinal. And in 2016, they were runner-up to St. Catherine’s School.

TCIS ALL Conference
First team

Cameron Brown, Norfolk Collegiate; Hannah Antonick, Norfolk Academy; Leigha Arcand, Hampton Roads; Katie Atherton, Cape Henry; Molly Beegle, Norfolk Collegiate; Abby Herrod, Nansemond-Suffolk; Veronica Hine, Bishop Sullivan; Anna Longacher, Cape Henry; Mackenzi Mills, Norfolk Academy; Emily Santana, Bishop Sullivan; Lauren Shohan, Hampton Roads; Sarah Smallets, Norfolk Collegiate; Taylor Smith, Cape Henry; Ruthie Techanchuk, Norfolk Christian; Haley Young, Norfolk Academy.

Second team

Kaitlyn Antonick, Norfolk Academy; Madison Capps, Norfolk Christian; Shelby Hall, Norfolk Collegiate; Kelly Hogan, Nansemond-Suffolk; Rebecca Jackson, Peninsula Catholic; Lindsay Kovalcik, Hampton Roads; Ashby Larkin, Norfolk Collegiate; Ginny Lynch, Walsingham; Laiken Speagle, Walsingham.

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Postponements: Soccer, Tennis, Golf in TCIS Today

Three teams are in TCIS tournament action today postponed from Friday and the weekend.

The golf team plays in the TCIS tournament all day. The tennis team, ranked number 3 in the state in Division II, plays at Norfolk Academy in an abbreviated TCIS tournament. And the girls soccer team, seeded fifth in the state in Division I, plays Norfolk Academy at ODU at 5 p.m. in the TCIS title game.

The girls soccer team is scheduled to open the state tournament at Trinity Episcopal, seeded fourth, on Tuesday.

 

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