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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
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.
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.
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.
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).
Blake Cummings threw four innings of shutout relief and the Oaks downed Cape Henry, 6-5. last week in an away game.
The team is 6-9 on the season and plays at number 2 seed, Norfolk Christian Academy, today at Lakewood in the TCIS quarterfinal.
For more pictures and video from the season, go to Oaks Baseball.
Norfolk Collegiate 6, Cape Henry 5
Norfolk Collegiate 005 010 0 — 6 8 0
Cape Henry 030 200 0 — 5 6 2
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.
Off to a slow start with weather delays and cancellations, the boys tennis team earned wins in two of its first three matches this season.
For more pictures, go to Oaks Boys Tennis.
Norfolk Collegiate 5, Trinity Episcopal 4.
Norfolk Collegiate 9, Walsingham 0.
Alex Duvall won a third set tiebreak over Sam Jones 10-5. Jordan Familant and Peter Guan earned their first career varsity wins.
Steward 6, Norfolk Collegiate 3.
Miles Edmond and Jaden Bullock captured titles at the TCIS Wrestling Championships as the depleted Oaks squad finished sixth as a team.
Edmond won at 132 pounds while Bullock earned the 160-pound title. Monroe Forehand at 120 pounds finished third while Dylan Pausch at 106 pounds was fourth. The state tournament begins on Friday.
Team scores: 1. Cape Henry 343; 2. Bishop Sullivan Catholic 281; 3. Peninsula Catholic 219.5; 4. Norfolk Christian 129; 5. Norfolk Academy 117; 6. Norfolk Collegiate 104.5.
106: 1. Landon Kissell (PC); 2. Brendan Hawley (CH); 3. Nathaniel Scully (NCh); 4. Dylan Pausch (NCo).
113: 1. Cade Adamski (BSC); 2. Michael Wakeham (NA); 3. Justin Dugan (NCh); 4. Jack Simkins (CH).
120: 1. Luke Harvich (CH); 2. John Durkin (BSC); 3. David Forehand (NCo); 4. Grayson Ingram (NCh).
126: 1. Petey Decker (NA); 2. Tucker Bruner (CH); 3. Dominic Gentlesk (BSC); 4. Tim Spooner (NCo).
132: 1. Miles Edmond (NCo); 2. Trent Dassault (PC); 3. Colby Kassir (CH); 4. Garrett Davidson (BSC).
138: 1. Reece Fowler (CH); 2. Charlie Schoening (BSC); 3. Zack Cavelli (PC); 4. Wyatt Pleming (NA).
145: 1. Galilee Kissell (PC); 2. Will Brooks (NA); 3. Samuel Goshgarian (CH); 4. Nathan Ocampo (BSC).
152: 1. Ellis Chay (CH); 2. Dylan Anderson (PC); 3. Nick Segerblom (BSC); 4. Luke Carlson (NCh).
160: 1. Jaden Bullock (NCo); 2. Jordan Scott (CH); 3. Luke Ingram (NCh).
170: 1. Zach Mohajerin (PC); 2. Joe Gonsalves (BSC); 3. Tommy Christianson (CH); 4. Seth Lucas (NA).
182: 1. Jon Gray (PC); 2. Andrew Allgood (NCh); 3. Jackson Kassir (CH); 4. Luke Mazzeo (BSC).
195: 1. Hunter Christianson (CH); 2. Ben Murphy (BSC); 3. Kagen Axsom (NCh).
220: 1. Alex Ekker (BSC); 2. Zach Maiden (CH).
285: 1. Gabe Fuster (BSC); 2. Parker Tanner-Vigil (CH); 3. Justin Scannell (PC).
In an overtime thriller, the girls basketball team defeated Hampton Roads Academy on Friday, 39-38.
Skylar Tessler hit a key free throw in regulation to bring the Oaks even.
There are no more statistics because no box score was provided to the blog or to the newspaper.
For more pictures and video, go to Girls Hoops.
About four years ago, I created the Norfolk Collegiate Athletics flickr page as a place to hold overflow from posts here.
What’s happened is that page has become even more popular than this one. It just passed one milllion views: 1,000,179 Views.
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PK Dawson scored 11 points and Skylar Tessler pulled down 11 rebounds as the Oaks girls basketball team defeated Walsingham, 31-24, Friday at home.
Ashby Larkin added eight points for the Oaks.
Earlier in the week, the Oaks fell to Bishop Sullivan, 62-25.
For more pictures and video, go to Oaks Girls Hoops.
Norfolk Collegiate 31, Walsingham 24
WALSINGHAM: Riggs 4, Morcombe 4, Abraham 4, Julien 2, Williams 10.
NORFOLK COLLEGIATE: Grinnan 4, Larkin 8, Tessler 6, Powell 2, Dawson 11.
Bishop Sullivan 62, Norfolk Collegiate 25
BISHOP SULLIVAN: Sande 4, Moran 8, Gaughan 13, Rich 2, Marshall 2, Edwards 5, Valencia 2, DiBuono 25, Wohner 1.
NORFOLK COLLEGIATE: Grinnan 3, Casper 2, Tessler 2, Maus 4, Dawson 14.