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A pair of goals by Moira Thomson lifted York to a 2-1 win at home against Grafton on Tuesday.
Thomson’s first goal came in the 22nd minute off a well-placed pass by Madison Van Dyke. The goal gave York a 1-0 advantage heading into halftime.
In addition to her first-half goal, Thomson also scored York’s lone second-half goal in the 57th minute, again coming off an assist from Van Dyke.
A Grafton goal late in the second half proved fruitless as the Falcons held on for the victory.
York (9-2) will visit Lakeland on Friday, while Grafton (3-6) will try to rebound at with a road game against Warwick on Wednesday.
Individual statistics for Grafton were not reported.
York 2, Grafton 1
Goals: York (Moira Thomson 2)
Assists: York (Madison Van Dyke 2)
Tabb Dominates Lafayette
Tabb’s girls soccer team dominated Lafayette 8-2 at home on Tuesday.
Leading the charge for the Tigers was Leah Tyson, who logged a hat trick in the victory. Michelle Sterling chipped in two goals for Tabb, while Schuyler Jurewicz, Madalynn Grounds and Vita Sconyers each added a goal.
The Tigers took a 2-0 lead heading into halftime before scoring three goals over a five-minute span to open the second half. With Tabb leading 5-0, the Tigers were able to coast to the easy victory.
Baylie Gentry and Taylor Gubler scored Lafayette’s goals in the second half.
Tabb (10-1) will host Gloucester on Friday, while Lafayette (4-4) will visit Warhill that same day.
Tabb 8, Lafayette 2
Goals: Tabb (Leah Tyson 3, Schuyler Jurewicz, Madalynn Grounds, Vita Sconyers, Michelle Sterling 2), Lafayette (Baylie Gentry, Taylor Gubler)
Assists: Tabb (Abby Jurewicz, Emma Donatelli, Lakaiah Robinson, Schuyler Jurewicz 2, Gabby Solaroli, Brennan Rausch, Leah Tyson)
HRA Ends Regular Season With Loss to Norfolk Collegiate
Hampton Roads Academy ended its regular season with a 1-0 road loss to Norfolk Collegiate on Tuesday.
Norfolk Collegiate’s Madison White scored the game’s only goal in the first half.
Trailing 1-0 heading into the second half, Hampton Roads Academy was unable to find the back of the net in the shutout loss.
HRA (11-2) will now turn its attention to the Tidewater Conference of Independent Schools Tournament that begins May 10.
Norfolk Collegiate 1, Hampton Roads Academy 0
Goals: Norfolk Collegiate (Madison White)