Peninsula Catholic’s boys and girls swept the Tidewater Conference of Independent Schools meet at Bells Mill Park in Chesapeake.
Norfolk Academy’s Grant Wiggins was first in 16 minutes, 16 seconds and Peninsula Catholic’s Phil Harpen was second in 16:30. The Knights’ boys were first with 29 points and Norfolk Academy was second with 50.
On the girls side, PC’s Molly McKenna was first in 19:19 as the Knights had 38 points. Bishop Sullivan Catholic was second at 57.
Taylor Shuford and Sam Canavos scored to lead No. 8 seed Hampton Roads Academy to a 2-1 win over No. 9 Steward in the first round of the Virginia Independent Schools Division II state tournament.
The Navigators (12-7) will travel to Martinsville to face No. 1 Carlisle at 4 p.m. Monday.
The conference finals scheduled for Christopher Newport, including Gloucester against Hickory in Conference 10, were postponed to Saturday because of weather.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun