Girls Soccer Roundup: Madison Van Dyke Scores OT Game Winner for York is your source for free news and information in Williamsburg, James City & York Counties.

Madison Van Dyke scored an overtime game-winning goal on Friday. (file photo)
Madison Van Dyke scored an overtime game-winning goal on Friday. (File Photo)

York’s Madison Van Dyke scored an overtime game-winning goal from roughly 20 yards out to give the Falcons a thrilling 1-0 road win against Warhill on Friday.

Both teams had ample scoring chances in regulation, but neither team was able to capitalize on the scoring opportunities.

With the game scoreless at the end of regulation, the teams regrouped for a crucial overtime period.

In the extra period, Van Dyke ripped a shot from just outside the box that sailed past the reach of Warhill goalkeeper Aaliyah Tyler for the game-winning score.

York (5-1) has won three consecutive games and will look to keep that streak alive Monday with a road game against Poquoson.

Meanwhile, Warhill (4-2) will try to rebound on the road against Smithfield on Monday.

York 1, Warhill 0

Goals: York (Madison Van Dyke)


Tabb Cruises Past New Kent

Michelle Sterling and Leah Tyson each logged hat tricks as Tabb cruised past New Kent 8-0 at home on Friday.

The Tigers were seldom stopped on offense Friday evening, scoring four goals in each half against the overmatched Trojans.

Sterling posted all three of her goals in the first half, with Tyson logged Tabb’s other first-half goal.

Tyson proceeded to score the first two goals of the second half, capping off her hat trick performance. Abby Heckler and Sarah Mueller scored Tabb’s final two goals in the second half to polish off the commanding victory.

Tabb (6-1) will host Grafton on Tuesday.

Tabb 8, New Kent 0

Goals: Tabb (Michelle Sterling 3, Leah Tyson 3, Abby Heckler, Sarah Mueller)
Assists: Tabb (Madalynn Grounds 3, Abby Heckler, Leah Tyson, Abby Jurewicz, Sarah Mueller, Vita Sconyers)


Injuries Sink Bruton Against Smithfield

A rash of injuries plagued Bruton during a 9-0 loss at home against Bruton on Friday.

The Panthers were missing four starters, many of whom who were injured during Thursday’s loss to Grafton.

On Friday, the Panthers found themselves in a steep 6-0 hole by halftime.

The second half was not much better for Bruton, who¬†allowed three more goals before the game was called in the 60th minute because of the Virginia High School League’s eight-goal rule.

Bruton (1-3) will host New Kent on Tuesday.

Smithfield 9, Bruton 0

Goals: Smithfield (Peyton Hancock, Hope Gibson, Savannah Cook 3, Erin Lee 2, Mikayla Dean, Natalie Jones)


Jamestown Routs Poquoson

Sophie Fox logged a hat trick as Jamestown blew past Poquoson 8-0 at home on Friday.

The Eagles ran up the score in the first half against the Islanders, scoring seven consecutive goals before the 40 minute mark.

A second-half goal allowed the Eagles to end the game in the 60th minute because of the Virginia High School League’s eight-goal rule.

Jamestown (4-2) will visit Warhill on Thursday looking to move its win streak to three games.

Jamestown 8, Poquoson 0

Goals: Jamestown (Sophie Fox 3, Setta Brown 2, Paige Frantz 2, Kylie Devine)
Assists: Jamestown (Kennedy Mills 4, Paige Frantz, Megan Bishop, Kylie Devine, Keara Cavanaugh)