Baseball:

Led by Ryan Darnell and Chase Pinder, Poquoson grabbed an eight-run lead in the first two innings and won 13-3 Tuesday at Smithfield. ...

Trailing by one run, visiting Tabb surged for seven runs in the final inning to overcome York 9-5. ...

Lafayette beat New Kent 3-2 as Daniel Blankinship pitched a five-hitter for the win and hit a tying two-run triple in the second inning.

Mark Rivera scored the eventual winning run on a three-base error on a failed pickoff attempt in the bottom of the third inning. Neither team scored from the fourth through the seventh. ...

Indian River beat Hampton 6-4 in the PenSouth Conference. ...

Great Bridge scored three runs in the ninth to overcome Menchville 11-8 in Newport News.

The Monarchs (8-6, 0-3 PenSouth) rallied for three runs in the seventh to force extra innings. Menchville freshman Ryan Webster drove in two runs, though he was the losing pitcher. ...

Robbie Hiser had two hits, two runs and two steals to boost Grafton to a 5-3 win over Bruton. The Clippers scored four in the first inning. ...

John Letchworth pitched a four-hitter and scored two runs, and Linzie Coleman had three RBI and three hits to guide Gloucester past Hickory 12-2. ...

In a Virginia Independent Schools Division III quarterfinal, sixth-seeded North Cross ousted No. 3 Isle of Wight Academy 7-1 on Matt Doughty's five-hitter. He also sparked North Cross' offense. ...

Fifth-seeded Walsingham Academy edged No. 4 Tidewater Academy 5-4 in another Division III quarterfinal in Wakefield.

The Trojans scored four first-inning runs and made them stand up, earning a trip to Shepherd Stadium in Colonial Heights to face top-seeded Southampton Academy at 1 p.m. Thursday. North Cross will face No. 2 Fuqua at 1 p.m. Friday. ...

Micah Marshall batted 2-for-3 with two RBI and combined with Miles Gomes and Austin Fields to pitch a five-inning no-hitter as Summit Christian shut out the Beach Breakers 12-0 in a Hampton Roads Athletic Conference semifinal at Christopher Newport.

Summit will play for the championship at 4 p.m. Thursday at CNU against Suffolk Christian, which defeated Friends of Virginia Beach 16-5.

Softball:

Kara Winder drove home Morgan Henley in the fifth inning as Poquoson upended Smithfield 1-0 despite being outhit 12-2. Those two Islanders had Poquoson's only hits.

Sydney Gay batted 3-for-4 but took a hard-luck loss. Deanna Rogerson gained the victory for the host Islanders. ...

Smithfield's loss, plus York's 13-0 home rout of Tabb in five innings, gave the Falcons (14-2) a giant step toward winning the Bay Rivers regular-season crown. Devon Smith, Lia Batchelor and Haylee Winfree each had three hits for the Falcons, and Molly Rogerson improved to 9-1.

Gloucester (16-0) repelled yet another challenge, beating Hickory 3-1 in a PenSouth Conference 10 game. ...

Great Bridge, also unbeaten, dominated host Menchville 10-0 in five innings as Sydney Harless pitched a two-hitter and batted 2-for-3.

Chloe Carr drove in four runs, homered and singled for the Wildcats, and Delaney Ambrose was 3-for-4 with an RBI.

The Monarchs fell to 9-9 as Mary Blake Avery fell to 2-1. She was subbing as a pitcher for the injured Alexa Jury. ...

Maddy Morris struck out 12 and Allyson Babinsack homered to help Kecoughtan win 10-2 at Woodside (6-8, 2-6 Monitor-Merrimac). ...

Grafton defeated Bay Rivers District rival Bruton 11-5. Hannah Olson was 4-for-5 with three runs for the Clippers, and Emily Beyer was 3-for-5 with three runs and two RBI.

DaSha Hill batted 3-for-3 with a run and an RBI for the Panthers. ...

Colby Norris batted 4-for-4 and gained the pitching victory as Warhill rolled to a 17-1 win at Jamestown, scoring 11 runs in the fifth inning. Bridget Henzel added three hits and scored four runs for the Lions (10-5), while the Eagles fell to 4-12.

Boys soccer:

Matty Matheson and Michael Abraham netted goals in the second half to lift Grassfield past Kecoughtan 2-0.

Jack Olson had three saves for the host Warriors (6-5).

Girls soccer:

Freshman Madison Van Dyke had five goals as York dominated Smithfield 8-2. ...

Emily Leverone had a hat trick and an assist as Nansemond River earned a 5-0 win against Phoebus. The Warriors (8-5, 4-0) can clinch the outright Ironclad Conference 18 regular-season championship by beating Heritage next week. ...

Menchville earned a 2-2 tie against Great Bridge. ...

Gloucester fell to 8-3-3 despite a goal by Delaney Doyle, losing 6-1 to Hickory. Allison Pinello had two goals for the Hawks.

Boys tennis:

Menchville improved to 14-0 with an 8-1 triumph over Warwick. Matt Strehle, Austen Delnicki. Brandon Mueller and Ryan Ziemann were among the singles and doubles victors.

The Monarchs will play their regular-season finale Thursday at home against Indian River, then will hope to win the six-team PenSouth Conference tournament next week at Huntington Park. ...

Grafton earned its eighth straight victory by defeating Tabb 6-3.

The Clippers (9-1, 8-1 Bay Rivers) will hope to avenge their only defeat in the Conference 19 tournament, where they could play Jamestown.

Girls tennis:

Warwick improved to 11-1 with a 6-3 victory over Menchville. The Raiders' Casey Williams beat Racquel Rizzi 6-4, 6-4 at No. 1.

Boys lacrosse:

Nansemond-Suffolk Academy beat Virginia Episcopal 14-5 in a Virginia Independent Schools Division II quarterfinal behind Brandon Witherow's five goals and one assist.

The third-seeded Saints earned the right to oppose No. 2 seed North Cross in a semifinal on Randolph-Macon College's field. ...

Trinity Christian overcame Hampton Roads Academy 14-5 in another state quarterfinal.