Field Hockey Roundup: Tabb Blows Past Warhill is your source for free news and information in Williamsburg, James City & York Counties.

Miya Denison scored two goals for Tabb on Tuesday. (file photo)
Miya Denison scored two goals for Tabb on Tuesday. (file photo)

Tabb’s field hockey team overcame a slow first half to defeat Warhill on the road 5-0 Tuesday.

The Tigers got on the board early in the first half thanks to Miya Denison, who scored roughly six minutes into the game off an assist from Hannah Robinson.

Despite controlling the pace of play on offense, the Tigers were unable to build on their lead before halftime.

Tabb found its groove in the second half, as Denison got on the board a second time. Less than five minutes into the second half, Denison scored off an assist from Courtney Fiest.

The final three goals were scored by Alexis Gore, who logged a hat trick in the second half. Gore’s first and third goals were unassisted, while her second goal was assisted by Cassidy Clark.

Tabb (11-1) has won seven consecutive games and will play its final regular season game at home against Poquoson on Monday.

Meanwhile, Warhill (6-3) will hope to rebound from the loss during a home game against Jamestown on Thursday.

Tabb 5, Warhill 0

Goals: Tabb (Miya Denison 2, Alexis Gore 3)
Assists: Tabb (Hannah Robinson, Courtney Fiest, Cassidy Clark)


Hampton Roads Academy Falls to Christchurch

Hampton Roads Academy was unable to generate offense during a 4-0 home loss against Christchurch School.

Christchurch got a pair of goals from Pendo Mugofwa, as well as goals from Sydney Pitts and Amanda Freeman.

The Navigators (1-4) will hope to snap a three-game losing streak during a home game against Norfolk Academy on Thursday.

Christchurch School 4, Hampton Roads Academy 0

Goals: Christchurch (Pendo Mugofwa 2, Sydney Pitts, Amanda Freeman)
Assists: Christchurch (Caitlyn Ridings)


Poquoson Blanks Bruton

Bruton struggled to contain the Poquoson offense during a 5-0 road loss Tuesday.

The Panthers (3-7) have now lost four consecutive games and will hope to reverse that trend Wednesday during a road contest against Northampton.

Individual statistics were not reported for this game.

Poquoson 5, Bruton 0