In the Peninsula District field hockey tournament on Christopher Newport's artificial turf, Kayla Young and Alyssa Mautz scored in the second half to lead No. 5 seed Bethel past No. 4 Warwick 2-0, and second-half goals by Emma Field, Rylee Haga and Kayla Speciale lifted No. 3 Kecoughtan past No. 6 Woodside 3-0.
The semifinals are Tuesday at CNU. Bethel will face No. 1 Gloucester at 5 p.m., followed by Kecoughtan against No. 2 Menchville.
If Gloucester ousts Bethel, then the Kecoughtan-Menchville winner will join the Dukes in qualifying for the Eastern Region tournament.
BAY RIVERS DISTRICT FIELD HOCKEY TOURNAMENT:
In the Bay Rivers District tournament, the top four seeds won on their home turf and advanced to Tuesday's semifinals -- both of which will be on Tabb's field.
No. 4 York will face No. 1 Tabb at 6 p.m., followed by No. 3 Grafton against No. 2 Bruton at 7:30.
Bruton beat No. 7 Warhill 3-0 as Abby Cole scored twice and had an assist. She increased her Panthers single-season record point total to 79: 26 goals and 27 assists.
Tabb beat No. 8 Poquoson, York beat No. 5 Jamestown, and Kaylee Maunz had two goals and an assist to lead Grafton past No. 6 Lafayette 5-0.
Jamestown teammates Christina Herbert and Emily Salamy shot 4-over 76s and are tied for fifth halfway through the VHSL Girls Championship.
Madison's Shannon Brooks leads at 72 in a field of 46 at Laurel Hill Golf Club in Lorton.
Sarah Baldwin of New Kent was tied for 30th at 91, and Amanda Kelley of Menchville stood 45th at 109. The tournament's final round is Tuesday.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun