Brian Marrow pitched a no-hitter last night as Edison beat Langley, 2-1, in the first round of the Virginia AAA Northern Region baseball tournament at Robinson. Marrow (9-0) struck out five.
Earlier at Robinson, Freddie Kramer hit a homer in the ninth to break a 5-5 tie and give Oakton a 6-5 victory over Falls Church.
At Fairfax, Lake Braddock defeated Jefferson, 8-4, as Ron St. Martin and Tod Bunte homered for the Bruins; and Fort Hunt downed Madison, 4-1, as Mike Ginn pitched a four-hitter.
In Northern Region soccer, Chris Master, Page Jones and Shawn Ritchie scored as visiting W.T. Woodson upset defending champion South Lakes, 3-1.
At Annandale, Phil Angel scored early in the second half to help defeat Hayfield, 1-0.
At Lee, Mike Dee and Mike Hayes scored to break a tie and defeat Falls Church, 3-1.
At Lake Braddock, Tom Nicholson scored three times as the Bruins shut out McLean, 4-0.
In girls quarterfinal games, Reeny Sheridan scored on a direct kick with 10 minutes remaining to beat Mount Vernon, 1-0, at Jefferson.
At Lake Braddock, Marsha McDermott made the winning penalty kick as McLean defeated Lake Braddock, 4-3, in penalty kicks for a 2-1 triumph.
At Madison, Lynn Conboy's first half goal gave Madison a 1-0 triumph over Robinson.