Wakefield Country Day School – “WCDS Athletic Results”

Wakefield Country Day School – “WCDS Athletic Results”

WCDS
WAKEFIELD COUNTRY DAY SCHOOL
Flint Hill, Virginia
Virtus et Sapientia

Current News and Information

WCDS Annual 5 K Run

We will be holding our annual 5K fundraising run on the Saturday of Fall Festival / Homecoming which is October 4th this year.  The registration fee for this fun event is students- $15.00 and adults- $20.00.  Each preregistered participant receives a t-shirt.  There are awards for the top female finisher and top male finisher.  Additionally there are medals for the top two males and females in 5 age brackets. Race day registration begins as 8:30 AM.  The information flyer and registration form can be found on our school website: wcdsva.org in the announcement section.
 
 
Athletic Results

 
Varsity Boyâ??s Soccer
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The Owls traveled to Mountain View Christian Academy for a non-conference game on 9/19/14.  The boys played a strong game with everyone present contributing.  Coach Tisera was able to substitute freely to get everyone experience.   The boysâ?? defense kept Mountain View from scoring a goal while Gage Landis led all scorers with a hat trick .  Tim johns added two goals as did Connor Glennon. Max Lilburn scored his first goal of the year. The boys closed a nice soccer day with an 8-0 win to run their record to 3-3.
 
 
The Owls traveled to rival Wakefield School for a DAC game on 9/23/14.    There was an expectation of earning a win but the Fighting Owls capitalized on home field advantage to score seven goals in the game.  The boyâ??s offense did not produce a goal and thus they took a 7-0 loss. Our record is 1-3 in the DAC and 3-4 overall.
 
 
Varsity Volleyball

The Lady Owls hosted  Mountain View Christian Academy in a non-conference match on 9/22/14.   The girls started the match strong with Ashlyn Ramey serving two aces and five points.  Mountain View tied the match up at 8-8 and the teams trade points with four ties in the next eight points. Two Mountain View kills propelled them to a 15-12 lead but a Maeve Dale kill and two service points by Kendal Carroll tied it at 15-15. Maeve Dale finally rotated to serve and began with an ace and four points to give the girls a 20-15 lead.   Mountain View scored five straight points to retake the lead 21-20An Ashlyn Ramey kill tied the game at 21-21 but the girls had a service error and two hitting errors to give Mountain View game point. Three straight points by the girls including an Anna Clark ace tied the set at 24-24 but Mountain View scored the next two points for  a 26-24 win.

 
The girls were strong in the second set with kills by Tatumn Vaught and Anna Clark giving Maeve Dale the serve with a 5-4 lead.  Dale served 12 consecutive points off of four aces and got help form a Tatumn Vaught kill to push the girlsâ?? lead to 17-4. After Mountain View scored three straight but the girls earned a side out and Tatumn Vaught rotated to serve holding her serve for six points, being aided by kills from Anna Clark and Kendall Carroll. Vaught also served and ace to get the girls to game point. Mountain View scored four points off a service error and an ace but their own service error on game point led to a 25-11 victory for the girls and evened the match up a 1-1 in sets.   Game three started out fast for the girls after an Anna Clark ace and  an dace and  three service points for Kendall Carroll gave the girls a 9-3 lead. The girls led 15-7 on Ashlyn Rameyâ??s serve but a hitting error following a Mountain View timeout began a run for them.    Five straight points including a kill and an ace cut the girlsâ?? lead to 16-12. The girls could not sustain their serve the rest of the game and Mountain View added four aces and two kills while the girls had hurt themselves with five hitting errors including one on set point. Mountain View scratched out a 25-23 win to take a 2-1 sets lead.
 

The girlsâ?? backs were against the wall needing to win the next two sets to win the match.  Maeve Dale rotated to serve with the girls leading 6-4. Ashlyn Ramey and Anna Clark had kills and Dale served four straight points.  When Anna Clark rotated to serve and she had an ace and was aided by a Kendall Carroll kill  to push the score to 13-7.  The teams traded points but Kendall Carroll got a kill following two Mountain View Aces and Ashlyn Ramey rotated to serve, serving two aces and the girls had  the lead 17-12.An Anna Clark kill  rotated Maeve Dale to serve.  Dale finished out the game despite a Mountain View timeout in the middle of her service rotation. Mountain View committed two hitting errors, Dale had an ace and she got kills from Ashlyn Ramey and Kendal Carroll to go on to win the set 25-13 and tie the match at 2-2.  The girls mustered up their strength in the fifth and final set. Ashlyn Ramey rotated to serve, holding serve for six points with an ace and kills from Kendall Carroll and Anna Clark.  A Kendall Carroll kill gave her the serve and she had an ace and two points. Josephine Burns rotated to serve with the girls up 12-6 and served the final two points for a 15-6 fifth set win and a come from behind 3-2 win in the match.
 
 
The Lady Owls hosted a talented team from Fresta Valley on 9/23/14.   The girls entered the contest as the number 15 ranked team in the Virginia Independent Schools Athletic Association Division III poll that was released on 9/22/14. The Pioneers had a strong service game and scored five straight to take an early 7-2 lead in the first set.  The girls were playing without and injured starter and captain. A spike kill gave the Pioneers an 18-13 lead and two kills and two aces pushed their lead to 23-15.  A nice spike kill by Maeve Dale earned her the serve but the Pioneers had a kill to move to set point.  The girls earned a side out and Josephine Burns served an ace but a service error gave the first game to the Pioneers by the score of 25-18. The girls bounced back in the next game Kendall Carroll serving nine straight with four aces, her own kill and a block kill by Maeve Dale. The girls forged an 11-2 lead. An ace by Anna Clark and a kill by Kendall Carroll gave the girls a 17-7 lead. The Pioneers cut into the lead with the girls up 21-17 a Maeve Dale kill and ace and a Monica Marciano kill gave the girls game point. Josephine Burns served the final point of the game and the girls evened the match with 25-19 win.

 
The Pioneers controlled set three early with four spike kills and four aces to lead 11-4.  The teams traded points until a Maeve Dale spike kill cut the score to 14-9.  Tatumn aught served for three points including two hitting errors on the Pioneers but three hitting errors and two service errors along with the Pioneers two aces led to a Pioneer win, 25-18.   The fourth and final game was all Pioneers early as their serving led to a 10-2 lead.   An ace by Grier Clough  and back to back kills by Maeve Dale cut the Pioneers lead to 16-12 but a service error and strong play led to the Pioneers scoring eight of the last nine points in the set and match for a 25-13 fourth set win and an 3-1 match victory.

 
The Lady Owls traveled to rival Wakefield School for a non-conference match and their third final   triple header of the season on 9/25/14.  The home team took advantage of the opportunities in the first set to pull off a 25-18 win.   The girls found themselves in a 0-1 hole again playing without a starter and captain.  The girls responded with a strong 25-14 win in set two to even the match.  The third set was challenging but the girls took the lead for good with a good 24-21 win to take a 2-1 set lead.  The girls finished the match strong with a 25-12 win in the fourth set and a 3-1 match victory.  Our record is 7-3 overall.
 
 
Varsity Cross Country

The Owls did not have a meet this week.
 
 
JV Volleyball

The Lady Owls hosted Fresta Valley Christian Academy on 9/23/14 as the second match of a triple header.  The first set was close but the Pioneers led 8-6 and scored seven of the next nine points to push their lead to 15-9.  The girls chipped away at the lead but hitting errors and service errors aided the Pioneers.   Following a Pioneersâ?? kill they led 23-21 and finally won the game with an ace for a 25-22 first set win.

 
The girls started out strong in the second set with Kat Carter serving five aces and seven points to give the girls an 8-2 lead. Eva Parios had a kill during that stretch.  The Pioneers regrouped and took the lead following four aces and a kill.   The girls scored two points but had a service error and a hitting error followed by a Pioneersâ?? kill to give the Pioneers a 17-14 lead that they would not relinquish.   A kill, two aces and five points put the Pioneers at a big advantage but Lily Shahida rotated to serve and responded with five aces.  A hitting error by the girls gave the ball back to the Pioneers and they added a kill and served an ace to end the set and match with a 25-21 win in set two.
 

The Lady Owls played at Wakefield School in the second match of a tripleheader on 9/25/14.  Both set were close but the girls managed to win them 25-, 25- to take the victory.   Our record is 4-3 on the season.

 
Middle School Boys Soccer

The Owls hosted Mountain View Christian Academy in a non-conference game on 9/22/14.  The boys had a solid victory by the score of 8-0.  All players spent productive time on the field in varied positions throughout the game to further their insight and experience.  Repeated shots in the first half produced a goal by John Mullins with 19:55, remaining.  The score stayed 1-0 into the halftime.

Porter Gilliam entered the second half determined and scored a goal with 27 minutes on the clock.  The Owls made good passes and kept possession, preempting more shots on goal by Isak Burak, Gray Gilliam, Cole Romine, Eric Schuster, and Parker Traxler. Pierce Kiser slipped a ball past the defense for his first seasonal goal, and Porter Gilliam dribbled through the back line to finish with a hook to the lower right net for his second goal and the teamâ??s fourth. .  Good service for this young team created dynamic play and secured two back-to-back goals by 5th grade powerhouse John Mullins.  I t was Mullinsâ?? first hat trick of the season. Pierce Kiser got his second goal when his shot slipped through the goalie’s hands.  Porter Gilliam’s added the final goal shortly afterward to complete his hat trick and create the final score of 8-0.

 
The Owls hosted a big team from Grymes Memorial School in a non-conference  game on 9/25/14.  The boys struck first with Porter Gilliam scoring on a penalty kick with 24:00 minutes left in the first half.  Grymes scored   a goal in the first half.  Porter Gilliam scored his second goal to give the boys a 2-1 lead at the half.   Grymes tied the game in the first 30 seconds of the second half. The Grymes offensive attack wore down the boyâ??s defense. Grymes went on to score three more goals for a 5-2 win.  Isak Burak, Porter Gilliam, Pierce Kiser, Griffin Landis, John Mullins, Cole Romine  and Eric Schuster all took shots on goal although the defense was hounding them and the Grymes keeper did a good job. .  Our record is 3-3 overall and 1-1 in the VMSC.
 
 
Middle School Volleyball

The Lady Owls hosted Fresta Valley Christian Academy in a VMSC game on 9/23/14 as the first set of a doubleheader.   Due to the officials being late for the context Coach Costello had to officiate the first set with the assistance of  a trained  down official from the Fresta varsity team.  The girls were sluggish at the beginning of the first game and the Pioneers took advantage of the opportunity to take a big lead 14-5. Then Lily Shahida took over. She served 16 straight points with a number of aces to give the girls a 21-14 lead.  After the Pioneers scored a few points the girls earned a side out. Lucy Clark rotated to serve with the score 22-18. Clark served out the set for a big come from behind 25-18 win. 
 

The Pioneers led 6-5 when Lily Shahida rotated to serve in the second set.  Again Shahida had a nice service run with three aces and  six points to give the girls a 11-7 lead.  Lucy Clark served next for the girls producing two aces and the lead was 14-10. Eva Parios rotated to serve, serving two aces for a 17-12 lead. Rachel Ceiplak pulled the girls to game point and match point  with  an ace and five service points.  After five Pioneer points the girls won the set 24-19 and the DAC match 2-0. 
 

The Lady Owls traveled to Wakefield School win or the first match of a tripleheader on 9/25/14.  The girls started strong with a 25-11 win   in the first set. The second set was much closer but the girls pulled out a 25-23 win to take the match 2-0.  Our record is 6-1 overall and 2-1 in the VMSC.
 
 
Middle School Cross Country

The Owls traveled to Rappahannock County for a VMSC race on 9/23/14.  The boyâ??s team finished fourth   Parker Traxler led the boys with a 15th place finish in 17:15. Jefferson Day came in at 17:47 for 16th place in the scoring. Ian Heffron finished in 17th place in 18:31. Lincoln Day placed 19th in the scoring at 20:43.   The girlâ??s were led by Beverly Eborn  who finished 13th in the scoring in a time of 20:01. Emma Oâ??Neill was 15th  with a 20:43 finish.

Brad Boelter
Director of PR, Marketing and Admissions Outreach
Lower School Math Facilitator
Head Coach WCDS Swimming
Head Coach WCDS Cross-Country
PO Box 739
Flint Hill, VA 22630 (540) 635-8555 ex. 231
bboelter@wcdsva.org