Boys tennis:

Kurt Mittmann achieved a rare feat -- a "golden match '' -- in Bruton's 9-0 win over New Kent.

Mittmann, the reigning Bay Rivers District singles champion, didn't lose a point in his singles match, winning all 48 points in his 6-0, 6-0 triumph at No. 1. ...

Grafton (8-2, 7-1 Bay Rivers) won 9-7 at No. 1 doubles to edge Poquoson 5-4, giving the Clippers their third victory this week. The Islanders fell to 6-3, 6-2. ...

York breezed past Smithfield 9-0, just a day after the Falcons posted a memorable doubles sweep to edge Colonial Heights 5-4. ...

Menchville improved to 11-0 with a 9-0 shutout of Hickory, with Matt Strehle, Austen Delnicki, Brandon Pingley, Jordan Moore, Brandon Mueller and Ryan Ziemann each winning in singles and doubles.

The Monarchs' match Friday at Great Bridge likely will decide the PenSouth Conference 10 championship. ...

Western Branch clinched the Monitor-Merrimac Conference 2 championship by shutting out Woodside 9-0.

Though every match was best-of-three sets, the Wolverines (2-8) won just five games off the Bruins (10-0). ...

Cape Henry Collegiate and Norfolk Academy moved ahead of the pack on the first of three days that will comprise the Tidewater Conference of Independent Schools tournament at Huntington Park.

Girls tennis:

York (9-0) beat Smithfield 9-0, meaning that the Falcons’ Monday match at fellow unbeaten Lafayette will decide the Bay Rivers District title and the top seed in the Colonial Rivers Conference 25 tournament. ...

Warwick
, with Casey Williams at No. 1, went to 10-0 with a 9-0 shutout of Hampton. ...

New Kent
defeated Bruton. ...

Indian River overcame Gloucester 6-3 in a PenSouth Conference 10 match. ...

Nansemond River shut out Denbigh 9-0. ...

Hickory (8-1) beat Menchville 9-0 without losing a set.

Baseball:

Kecoughtan edged Monitor-Merrimac Conference 2 rival Oscar Smith 1-0. ...

Nansemond River shut out Denbigh 11-0 as Jarrid Johnson had two RBI for the Warriors. ...

Smithfield built a three-run lead and held off Tabb 3-2. ...

In a Metro Conference semifinal, Isle of Wight Academy defeated Broadwater Academy 8-3. The second-seeded Chargers earned the right to face top-seeded Atlantic Shores for the championship. ...

Walsingham Academy's Thomas Chisam and Peninsula Catholic's Jacob Nadeau made the All-Tidewater Conference of Independent Schools first team, and Walsingham took the sportsmanship award.

Nansemond-Suffolk Academy teammates Greg Beale and Jake Grady also made the first team.

Hampton Roads Academy put three players on the second team: Eric Massengill, Bruce Reid and Roger Romero. The second team also included Walsingham's Collan Cryts and NSA's Toby Buchanan.

Softball:

Trish Webb struck out 13 and threw a no-hitter in Isle of Wight Academy’s 13-0, five-inning win over Atlantic Shores in a Metro Conference semifinal. Webb had two doubles and drove in a run for the Chargers (11-4). ...

Allyson Babinsack struck out 13 and threw a one-hitter in Kecoughtan’s 13-0, five-inning win at Oscar Smith. Babinsack also had two doubles and an RBI for the Warriors (13-1, 7-0 Conference 2). ...

Kayla Harbin batted 3-for-3 and scored three runs as King's Fork dominated Phoebus 11-0. ...

In the Metro Conference semifinals, Broadwater Academy edged Portsmouth Christian 5-4. ...

Greenbrier Christian shut out Hampton Roads Academy 10-0 to earn a berth in the TCIS championship game against Nansemond-Suffolk Academy, which slipped past Cape Henry Collegiate 4-3.

Boys soccer:

Menchville shut out Hampton 2-0. ...

Reeves Trott scored twice as Lafayette rolled past Warhill 5-0. Jordan Barton and Alex Hassan also had goals for the Rams.

Nandua defeated Bruton 3-1, though Hunter Embry scored for the Panthers.

Girls soccer:

Rylee Barefoot scored off Stori Carpenter’s crossing pass in the 91st minute, giving Hampton Christian a 1-0 win against Denbigh Baptist and a berth in Friday’s Metro Conference final at Atlantic Shores. The Seahawks routed Portsmouth Christian 12-0. ...

Carson Pokorny scored on a penalty kick to give Lafayette a 1-0 victory against Warhill. ...

Kecoughtan and Oscar Smith played a 0-0 draw. ...

Nansemond River beat Jamestown 4-3 in a matchup of Group 4A South.

Track and field:

In Tuesday's Peninsula District meet, Warwick's boys and Phoebus' girls earned team crowns.

Boys lacrosse:

Hampton Roads Academy's Ayden Canavos and Chase Worley earned first-team All-TCIS honors, as did NSA's Zach Leitner. The Saints won the sportsmanship award.

NSA's Jacob Edwards was part of the second team.

Girls lacrosse:

NSA's Jessie Lerner and Carlyne Thorndike earned first-team All-TCIS honors, while the Saints' Sarah Higinbotham was on the second team.