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York County and Poquoson Weekly Sports Report
Submitted by John Hamilton

Recap9May imageTabb and visiting Poquoson had quite the barn burner on Thursday, 5/2, and in the end the home team won by a 20- 11 count. Three nights earlier on Monday, Tabb hosted York and won 3-2, and on Tuesday Tabb hosted Smithfield and won 10-2. The three straight wins at the comfy confines of Tiger Field moved Tabb to 10-2 on the season. Not to be outclassed, the Tabb girls won all three of their games for the second straight week. On Monday they hosted York and won 6-5, on Tuesday they hosted Smithfield and won 15-5, and Thursday they hosted Poquoson and pitched a 19-0 shutout. The Tabb girls are now 10-3 on the season. The York boys lost Wednesday at Grafton 12- 1, but rebounded with a close 5-4 win at home over Lafayette on Friday. The York girls followed a similar pattern. They lost 2-0 at Grafton on Wednesday, but won 13-3 on Friday at home against Lafayette. The Grafton boys are 12-1 on the season, and the Grafton girls are 10-1 on the season. The Poquoson boys played four straight days, but they were only able to win 8-7 at home on Tuesday against New Kent. The girls also played four straight nights, but were unable to secure a win. They lost a close one 8-7 way out in Mathews on Monday night. The Bruton boys lost four straight to fall to 2-12, while the girls lost two to fall to 0-14. Broadwater Academy rode from Exmore to play Summit Christian Academy, and the visitors won the contest 15-5.

To the soccer pitch, the Tabb boys hosted Poquoson on Thursday, 4/25, but lost 2-1. The next Thursday they visited Grafton, and had to settle for a 1-1 tie. The Tabb girls played four games in an eightday span. They played to the dreaded 0-0 tie at Poquoson on Thursday, April 25th, won 4-3 at home against Warhill the following Monday, traveled way out to Hopewell on Tuesday for the 8-0 win, and lost at Grafton 4- 1 on Thursday, May 2nd. The girls now have three ties this season, and are a solid 7-2-3. The York boys lost at home 8-0 to Jamestown on Monday, but eked out a home 1-1 tie to Warhill on Friday. The York girls went to Jamestown on Tuesday and lost 9-0, and lost 4-3 to Warhill on Thursday. After winning seven straight, the York girls tied their next game and then lost four straight. The Grafton boys hosted Bruton on Tuesday and secured a 2-0 shutout. The previous night the girls visited Bruton and won 9- 0. The Poquoson boys won at home 3-1 Monday against Woodside, lost 5-0 Tuesday at Smithfield, and won Friday 5-4 at home against Bruton. The girls lost 1-0 Monday at home against Woodside, also had the dreaded 0-0 tie Tuesday against Smithfield, and won 8-0 Thursday at Bruton.

Onto the tennis courts, and we see the Tabb boys lost at Jamestown 7-2 on Tuesday, but bounced back and won at Kecoughtan 7-2 on Thursday. The girls actually hosted those same two schools on the same two nights. They lost to Jamestown 6-3 on Tuesday, but defeated Kecoughtan 9-0 on Thursday. The York boys beat Poquoson 8-1 at home on Tuesday to move to a solid 8-2, while the York girls went to Poquoson the same day and won 7-2 to move to 10-1 on the season. The Grafton boys hosted Lafayette on Tuesday and won 7-2 to move to a stellar 13-1 on the year. The girls visited Lafayette the same day, but lost a close 5-4 decision to fall to 6-7 on the year. The Poquoson boys won 7-2 at Kecoughtan Monday, and defeated Goochland from central Virginia 7-2 on Thursday. The girls lost 5- 1 to visiting Rappahannock on Wednesday. The Bruton boys lost 5-4 at Smithfield Monday, but won 8-1 at home Thursday against Rappahannock, and then won Friday at home 7-2 against Walsingham Academy. The girls lost 9- 0 Tuesday at home to Smithfield, and 8-1 Friday against Randolph-Henry, who visited all the way from Charlotte County. We are heading toward the middle of May, and teams are jockeying for those coveted playoff spots.

 





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