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Dolphins earn numerous key victories over NSA on Tuesday

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Baseball – NSA 11, CHC 6
The Dolphins had trouble in the middle innings on Tuesday against NSA, giving up nine runs in the 3rd and 4th innings en route to an 11-6 loss. Cape Henry took an early 2-0 lead in the top of the 1st inning, but the offense didn’t score again until the 5th. The Dolphins scored one in the 5th and three in the sixth, and that was all they could muster against a talented Saints squad. Jacob Colbus led the Dolphins with three hits while Hunter Ramirez and Matt Megge each had one. Colbus finished with five RBIs for Cape Henry. Megge added one. The Dolphins (6-7) travel to Bishop Sullivan on Thursday afternoon.

Golf – CHC 153, NSA 177
The Dolphins rode the efforts of Tom Crow and Caleb Choe en route to a 153-177 victory over NSA on Tuesday at the Cavalier Golf & Yacht Club. Tom and Caleb finished with final scores of 36, which earned each medalist honors. Reese Meyer shot a 40 for the Dolphins while Chris Lewis (41) and Will Fabrizio (42) were close behind. Connor Jared finished with a 49. The Dolphins (6-1) get back to action this afternoon when they host Norfolk Collegiate.

Boys Lacrosse – CHC 18, NSA 3
The Dolphins jumped out to an 8-0 first quarter lead on Tuesday against the Saints, cruising to an 18-3 victory. Ben Baumann led the offense with three goals and one assist. Joe Tobin, Devin Deming, Andrew Jaycox, Hunter Harrington, Tyler Dillon and Colin Sharp each scored two goals while Colton Wynne, Sam Scanlon and Tyler Morris added one apiece. The win improves the Dolphins to 11-5 overall, and they get back to action on Thursday when they travel to face Bishop Sullivan.

Girls Lacrosse – Kellam 12, CHC 11
The Dolphins came back from a 6-2 deficit to take the lead with five minutes remaining, but they couldn’t hang on against Kellam. Charlotte Purkey hit the post on what would have been the game-tying goal in the final moments, and that was the final opportunity for Cape Henry. Charlotte finished with one goal while Hannah Bradley and Maddie Smith each added three goals. Nina Purkey scored twice while Emma Lowenstein and Vista Grinde added one. The loss drops the Dolphins to 5-8 overall. The team travels to Bishop Sullivan on Thursday afternoon.

Soccer – CHC 5, NSA 1
The Dolphins started slow against NSA on Tuesday, carrying a 1-1 tie into the half, but tactical adjustments against the Saints offsides trap proved wise. Cape Henry exploded for four second half goals, three coming from Kendall Hathaway, en route to a 5-1 victory. Katie Atherton and Abigail Finn scored the Dolphins remaining two goals, and the team improved to 6-7-1 with the win. The Dolphins get back to action on Thursday when they travel to Bishop Sullivan.

Softball – NSA 23, CHC 0
The Dolphins hosted NSA on Tuesday just one day removed from their first win of the season, and the talented Saints earned a 23-0 victory. The loss drops Cape Henry to 1-7 overall, and the team looks to regain positive momentum on Thursday when it takes on Cox High School.

Tennis – CHC 9, NSA 0
The Dolphins cruised past NSA on Tuesday, sweeping singles and doubles play en route to a 9-0 win. The shutout victory was the second straight for Cape Henry and the third shutout in its past four matches. The Dolphins (6-4) get back to action this afternoon when they host Benedictine.

– NSA 4, CHC 3
Boys Lacrosse – CHC 12, Norfolk Christian 7
Soccer – NSA 4, CHC 1

Boys Lacrosse
– NSA 4, CHC 2

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Dolphins earn numerous key victories over NSA on Tuesday