Heiser’s goal enough to stop Mason

From staff reports

NOKESVILLE — Dan Heiser scored the game’s only goal midway through the second half on Friday to give Brentsville a 1-0 boys soccer victory over defending Group A state champion George Mason.

Goalie Josh Krueger earned the win with six saves before suffering an injury late in the game. David Latham played the final 90 seconds and made one save to preserve the shutout for the Tigers.

After opening the season with close losses to Group AAA Potomac and Group AA Courtland, the Tigers (1-2) opened Bull Run District play in impressive fashion. Heiser dribbled the ball from midfield before launching his game-winner.


STONEWALL JACKSON 9, GAR-FIELD 5: Freshman Chris Boggs won his varsity pitching debut Friday night with a complete-game performance for the Stonewall Jackson baseball team.

Boggs struck out nine in seven innings and received more than enough support from his teammates in the Raiders’ 9-5 victory over visiting Gar-Field.

Stonewall Jackson took a commanding lead with an 8-run second inning and won for the first time this season. John Boutselis delivered a two-run double and Walt Gerring added a two-run single in the outburst.

Gerring went 2 for 3, while Jason Eberz was 2 for 4 for the Raiders, who improved to 1-3 overall.

POTOMAC 9, FOREST PARK 0: Brandon Maupin and John Adams combined to one-hit the Bruins as the Panthers improved to 4-1. Forest Park dropped to 2-1.

Maupin was the starter and pitched four innings, allowing the only hit before giving way to Adams, who pitched the last three frames. Brandon Clarke and Mike McClain each had two hits for Potomac.

OSBOURN PARK 12, WOODBRIDGE 6: After Woodbridge jumped out to a four-run, first-inning lead, Osbourn Park stormed back with three in the third and six in the fifth to put the game away. Alan Compton had three RBI for Osbourn Park.

OSBOURN, HYLTON, PPD.: Baseball and softball games scheduled between the Eagles and Bulldogs were called off on Friday.

MANASSAS PARK 6, CLARKE COUNTY 5: Down 5-4 in the bottom of the seventh inning, Michael Pittman’s single knocked in Zach Terrell to tie it for Manassas Park. Walter Lerchenfeld smacked a double that plated Pittman for the win.

Terrell, a sophomore, started on the mound and picked up the win — going 51/3 innings. He allowed three hits while striking out seven.

EMMANUEL CHRISTIAN 9, FRESTA VALLEY 3: Aaron King pitched a complete-game, three-hitter with 12 strikeouts to pace Emmanuel Christian (2-1). J.T. Wilson and Kyle Patrick each homered and drove in a combined five runs for Emmanuel while Nate Stallings had three hits and three runs scored.


STONEWALL JACKSON 3, GAR-FIELD 0: Julie Pallatt hit a solo home run over the fence in straightaway center field Friday to cap a 2-for-3 performance as Stonewall Jackson defeated Gar-Field, 3-0, in a non-district game.

Pallatt also singled and scored on a Bethany McLean base hit in the fifth as the Raiders improved to 4-0 overall.

After edging Hylton, 3-2, on Tuesday, Stonewall Jackson shut out the defending Cardinal District champions behind a terrific pitching effort from Courtney Bures. The state’s reigning Group AAA player of the year allowed seven hits, but she struck out six and worked out of a bases-loaded jam in the first inning.

Gar-Field (2-2) has gone 14 innings without scoring a run after opening the season with wins over Potomac and Osbourn Park.

Sarah Malene led the Indians with two hits, including a leadoff double in the first inning. Pitcher Sam Posey also went 2 for 3.

Posey allowed seven hits in a complete-game performance.

After Pallatt’s homer put the Raiders ahead in the third, Sarah Hefter singled and came around to score on a Kirby Jenkins base hit in the fourth.

OSBOURN PARK 3, WOODBRIDGE 2: Freshman Cat Beauvais doubled in the eighth inning and eventually scored the winning run on a passed ball as Osbourn Park rallied from a 2-0 deficit to defeat Woodbridge on Friday afternoon.

After falling behind 2-0 in the first inning, the Yellow Jackets (2-2) forced extra innings when freshman Brittney Lyddane doubled in the seventh, advanced to third on a Kim Solarczyk bunt and scored on a Danielle Weaver ground out.

Laura Davis shut out Woodbridge (0-5) over the final 71/3 innings to earn the victory.

NOTRE DAME 15, EMMANUEL CHRISTIAN 5: Eighth-grader Samantha Jones had a big day, driving in three runs for the Flames in Friday’s loss to Notre Dame.

Sophomore Katie Knight had three strikeouts in her varsity pitching debut.


SETON SCHOOL 16, WAKEFIELD SCHOOL 4: Casey Rafter had 5 goals and 3 assists as Seton opened the season with a convincing victory over Wakefield on Friday night.

Erik Hickson finished with 4 goals and 3 assists, while Greg Hartle added 3 goals and 3 assists for the Conquistadors. Jimmy Racine came up with 2 goals and 2 assists and Seton also received goals from Matt Heishman and Ryan Smith.

Goalie Kevin Kaczmarski made seven saves.


POTOMAC 12, WOODBRIDGE 8: Christina Anderson scored 5 goals and Jenna Marshall added 4 goals as Potomac won its season opener Friday night against Woodbridge.

Brittany Wells added two goals for the Panthers. Angela Kuhn made 12 saves to earn the win in goal.

Woodbridge (0-2) was led by Amanda Strand with 4 goals and Ashley Zanatta with 3 goals.


EMMANUEL CHRISTIAN 3, SETON SCHOOL 2: Daniel Calhoun had 20 service points, 4 aces and 12 kills as Emmanuel (2-0) rallied for an 8-15, 15-6, 11-15, 15-2, 15-12 win. Ben Lehmer chipped in with 8 service points and 4 kills in the win.

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