Girls Soccer Roundup: Tyson Scores Twice as Tabb Tops Bishop Sullivan

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Leah Tyson scored twice for Tabb on Tuesday. (file photo)
Leah Tyson scored twice for Tabb on Tuesday. (File Photo)

Leah Tyson scored a pair of second-half goals to help lead Tabb to a narrow 3-2 road win against Bishop Sullivan on Tuesday.

Bishop Sullivan built a 2-1 halftime advantage over the Tigers, with Tabb’s goal coming from Michelle Sterling.

Tyson’s two goals in the second half – the first in the 54th minute and the second in the 68th minute – put Tabb over the top and led the Tigers to victory.

Tabb (4-0) faces a long layoff before resuming its season April 11 at home against Spotslyvania.

Tabb 3, Bishop Sullivan 2

Goals: Tabb (Michelle Sterling, Leah Tyson 2)

 

Warhill Blows Out Colonial Heights

Kayla Cooke scored a hat trick as Warhill defeated Colonial Heights 5-0 at home on Tuesday.

Kirstyn Aldridge also posted a strong performance for the Lions, scoring a goal and recording an assist. Shaye Doherty chipped in a pair of assists.

Warhill (3-1) will host Hopewell at Cooley Field on Thursday.

Warhill 5, Colonial Heights 0

Goals: Warhill (Kayla Cooke 3, Shaye Doherty, Kirstyn Aldridge)
Assists: Warhill (Shaye Doherty 2, Saige Irwin, Kirstyn Aldridge)

 

Tallwood Cruises Past Jamestown

Jamestown suffered a 6-1 road loss at the hands of Tallwood on Tuesday afternoon.

Tallwood was led by Rosie O’Neal and Ciara Sekeet, each of whom logged hat tricks against the Eagles.

Jamestown (2-2) will face a long layoff before resuming its season April 13 at home against Tabb.

Individual results were not reported for this game.

Tallwood 6, Jamestown 1

 

Northampton Tops Bruton

Bruton lost its first game of the season on Tuesday, dropping a 4-1 decision to Northampton at home.

The Panthers found themselves trailing 3-1 at halftime, but surrendered a goal in the second half while being unable to find the back of the net during the loss.

Bruton (1-1) will look to rebound on April 12 at home against Smithfield.

Individual results were not reported for this game.

Northampton 4, Bruton 1