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May 13 high school sports roundup: Brentsville girls soccer beats Meridian in OT to stay undefeated | Prince William


BRENTSVILLE 6, MERIDIAN 3 (OT): Madison Fitzpatrick scored twice and Hannah Case once as the Tigers broke a 3-3 tie in regulation to win in overtime and stay undefeated.

Lola Glessner assisted on the first two goals in overtime and Maddie Howells on the third one. The Tigers are 7-0 in the Class 3 Northwestern Districtd and 12-0 overall.

Fitzpatrick finished the game with five goals. Peyton McGovern, Valentina Nardone and Emma Thompson had assists.


HYLTON 3, GAR-FIELD 2: Moises Perez struck out seven in a complete-game, seven-inning victory Friday for the Bulldogs.

Perez allowed two hits, two runs and two walks as Hylton closed out the season with a 2-8 Cardinal District mark and 3-16 overall.

Hylton scored two runs in the bottom of the first and then added a run in the bottom of the second. Perez also had an RBI.

FOREST PARK 14, POTOMAC 4: John Pokorak, Chase Hubred, Owen Frye and Andrew Cheripka each recorded two RBI in the Bruins’ Cardinal District win.

Cheripka hit a home run.

John Pokorak was the winning pitcher. He struck out eight in four innings, allowing two hits, two walks and no earned runs. Forest Park is 8-2 and 14-6.

MERIDIAN 1, BRENTSVILLE 0: Host Meridian scored the game’s only run in the third inning.

Brayden Hutchison took the loss for Brentsville (4-3, 11-5). He pitched four innings, allowing two hits, one run and one walk and striking out two.


BRENTSVILLE 7, MERIDIAN 0: Tea Cornett threw a perfect game Friday in the Tigers’ Class 3 Northwestern District win on the road.

She struck out 10 in seven innings as the Tigers are 5-1 and 11-4.

Offensively for Brentsville, Natalie Quinlan went 3 for 4 with three runs scored and one RBI.

GAR-FIELD 4, HYLTON 1: Amaya McPherson struck out seven and allowed four hits in seven innings in the Red Wolves’ Cardinal District win.

POTOMAC 4, FOREST PARK 3: Wynema Thomas got the win for Potomac pitching 7 innings and allowing 2 runs on 9 hits. Vanessa Thomas led the way for the Panthers offensively going 2-4 while Toni Johnson went 1-4 with a double and an RBI. The Panthers finished the season 4-6 in the Cardinal District and 6-10 overall.

Other scores

Freedom-South Riding 19, Gainesville 1

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