The Northumberland cross country team was in action last week with a quad meet at Lancaster. They are scheduled to run in the MileStat meet in Richmond this Saturday against some outstanding competition from the surrounding area of several states.
The Lady Indians varsity field hockey team went on the road to Williamsburg to play Walsingham Academy. The result was a 7-0 thumbing for the Indians. The Walsingham girls score four first half goals but Northumberland tightened its’ defense and held them to three in the second stanza.
The Indians gave up twelve offensive corners and aided by strong midfield play the Walsingham girls controlled the game. The Indians had a few shots on goal but was unable to score. “Good games” went to Hannah Hall, Anna Jett and Emily Rice. The Indians continue to prep for this month’s regional playoffs.
Last week on the road saw the Lady Indians volleyball team split their games and finish the week tied for second in the Northern Neck District. On Tuesday at Lancaster, they gave the Lady Red Devils their second district loss, 25-22, 25-22, 20-25, and 25-17 in a three games to one victory. On Thursday, they lost at district leading Rappahannock, 14-25, 16-25, 23-25, losing all three games.
Tuesday at Lancaster were good games according to Indians Coach Anjelica Scott. Taylor Basye had four service aces and sixteen kills. Hannah Hayes scored two aces and seven kills.
Thursday, Hayes had six kills. “They have a strong team,” said Scott, adding “We just couldn’t get it together, couldn’t find our pace, it wasn’t our night.”
This Thursday is the Indians “Dig Pink Game” for Breast Cancer research. Fans will have an opportunity to support one of today’s premier charities. Come out and support the Indians and the charity.