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    Varsity Rewind: April 6-18 games

    Loudoun Valley junior Justin Ager pitched a no-hitter in the Vikings’ 7-0 victory against Broad Run on April 11. Ager, a Yale University commit, struck out nine as the reigning VHSL 3A state champion Vikings posted their fourth shutout in five games this season.—Courtesy Photo
    Email varsity scores and recaps to LTMsports AT virginianewsgroup . com

    Saturday, April 18


    -Loudoun Valley 3, Loudoun County 1

    LVHS report: Loudoun Valley remained undefeated (8-0) with a hard fought 3-1 victory over Loudoun County in Leesburg. The game was tied 1-1 until the visitors scored 2 in the top of the 6th.
    Senior RHP Jack DeGroat battled early and, after establishing his sharp breaking ball, cruised late to lead the Vikings. DeGroat helped himself at the plate as well with the game winning RBI double in the 6th. Senior Andrew Lohr (3b) continued a torrid streak at the plate by going 3-3.

    The run scored by Loudoun County, unearned, was the first off of the Vikings pitching staff in 7 games. Valley has now allowed a total of 3 runs in its 8 games, including 6 shutouts.

    LVHS offense
    Andrew Lohr (3b): 3-3, 1 run scored, 1 RBI
    Matt Eberhart (OF): 2-3, 1 run scored
    Jack DeGroat (RHP): 1-2, 1 RBI
    Kurtis Meyer (2b): 1-2, 1 RBI
    Justin Ager (DH): 1-3, 1 run scored

    -Woodgrove 5, Heritage 2

    WHS report: The loss brings the Pride to 3-7 on the year. Next game is Tuesday as the Pride take on cross-town rival Loudoun County in a Conference 21 game with the Old Carolina Road trophy on the line at 6p.m.

    Offensively for the Pride:
    Luke Schaub- 1-4
    Jack Howard- 0-2, 2BB
    Chad Koehler- 0-3, HP
    Brandon Keiper- 1-2, BB, K
    Kyle Gotimer- 0-2, 2K
    Ben Taylor- 0-1, R
    Kyle Howard- 1-2, R, BB, K
    Brent Smith- 0-3, 3K
    Carsten Wahl- 0-1, 2BB, K
    Ryan Studebaker- 0-2, BB, 2K

    Pitching for the Pride:
    Brandon Keiper- L, 6IP, 5R, 4ER, 7H, 3K, 1BB


    -Woodgrove 13, Heritage 3

    Boys Lacrosse

    -Broad Run 10, Freedom 9

    Girls Lacrosse

    -Flint Hill 17, Woodgrove 8

    Friday, April 17


    -John Champe 5, Dominion 2

    -Stone Bridge 10, Broad Run 4

    -Heritage 10, Rock Ridge 0 (5 inn.)

    HHS report: Carsten Wahl with the no hitter, Brent Smith with 2 Home Runs. The win moves the Pride to 3-6 on the year.

    Offensively for the Pride:
    Luke Schaub- 2-3, 2R, 2SB
    Jack Howard- 0-2, R, BB, SB
    Ben Taylor- 1-2, 2R, BB, SB
    Chad Koehler- 1-3, RBI, K, ROE
    Kyle Gotimer- 1-2, 2R, 2RBI, BB, 2SB
    Brandon Keiper- 1-1, RBI, BB, R, SAC, SB
    Brent Smith- 2-3, 2R, 2 HR, 4RBI
    Patrick Tyree- 0-2, K
    Kyle Howard- 0-2, K

    Pitching for the Pride;
    Carsten Wahl- No Hitter, W, 5IP, 0R, 0ER, 0H, 7K, 2BB

    -Tuscarora 6, Briar Woods 1

    THS stats: Huskies even conference record at 1-1. Cole Gabriele earns pitching win; Joey Skov 4 for 4 at the plate.


    -Stone Bridge 6, Broad Run 1

    -Briar Woods 7, Tuscarora 3

    -Woodgrove 15, Highland 0

    -Dominion 8, John Champe 2

    -Freedom 10, Potomac Falls 9

    Boys Soccer

    -Briar Woods 4, Tuscarora 1

    -Dominion 2, John Champe 2 (OT)

    -Heritage 3, Rock Ridge 2

    -Madison 5, Stone Bridge 0

    -Freedom 4, Potomac Falls 0

    FHS stats: Goals - Paredes, Natnael, DiNeen, Fisch; Assists - Pearson (2), Medrano, Kific; Saves - Stiles 8 w/ shutout.

    Girls Soccer

    -Stone Bridge 5, Madison 0

    -Tuscarora 3, Briar Woods 1

    -Dominion 4, John Champe 2

    -Heritage 8, Rock Ridge 0

    Wolverine Classic Track Invitational

    -Boys Team
    Fauquier - 88.5
    Tuscarora - 82
    Potomac Falls - 61
    Broad Run - 57
    Handley - 55
    Sherando - 51
    Briar Woods - 41
    Loudoun County - 36
    Centreville - 33.5
    Millbrook - 32
    Woodgrove - 27
    North Stafford - 23
    Brentsville - 22
    Freedom - 9
    Park View - 5
    South Lakes - 1

    -Girls Team
    Briar Woods - 80
    Rock Ridge - 77.5
    Potomac Falls - 59
    Faquier - 56.5
    Brentsville - 55
    Loudoun County - 55
    North Stafford - 43
    Tuscarora - 38.5
    Millbrook - 30
    Handley - 29
    Sherando - 28
    Woodgrove - 21
    Centreville - 18.5
    Freedom - 12
    South Lakes - 10
    Broad Run - 9
    Park View - 2

    Boys Tennis

    -Freedom 9, Rock Ridge 0

    Girls Tennis

    -Dominion 9, Woodgrove 0

    Thursday, April 16


    -Loudoun Valley 7, Herndon 0

    -South Lakes 2, Stone Bridge 1

    -Broad Run 4, Potomac Falls 0

    BRHS report: The host Spartans defeated the Panthers in their conference opener by a score of 4-0. With the win the Spartans improve to 5-4 on the season and 1-1 in conference play.

    Senior Captain Jonathan Truba threw a complete game shutout on the mound for Broad Run. Truba struck out 9 Panthers batters on the evening and walked none. With the win, Truba improves his record to 2-1 on the season. The performance was his second complete game on the season.

    Offensively, the Spartans plated two runs in the 4th inning and two more runs in the 6th inning. The offense was led by Senior Evan Davis with a double; Junior Outfielder Nick Smallwood, Junior First Baseman Ryan Hale, and Sophomore Third Baseman Zach Buck each contributed singles.

    -Woodgrove 4, Heritage 1 (8 inn.)

    HHS report: Ryan Studebaker pitches 6 perfect innings, losing the perfect game on an error in the 7th. The loss brings the Pride to 2-6 on the year, 0-2 in Conference 21.

    Pitching for the Pride
    Ryan Studebaker- ND, 7 IP, 1R, 0ER, 2H, 8K, 0BB
    Carsten Wahl- L, 1IP, 3R, 3ER, 3H, 1K, 1 BB

    Offensively for the Pride
    Luke Schaub- 1-4, 2K
    Jack Howard- 0-2, R, 2BB, SB, ROE
    Chad Koehler- 0-4, RBI, 2K
    Ben Taylor- 1-4, K
    Kyle Gotimer- 0-2, 2BB, K, SB
    Brandon [UTF-8?]Keiper​- 0-4
    Joe Hughes- 0-2, BB, 2K
    Patrick Tyree- 0-1, Sac, BB, K
    Kyle Howard- 1-2, Sac, K


    -Loudoun County 8, Tuscarora 7

    -Heritage 16, Rock Ridge 1

    -Park View 7, John Champe 3

    -Broad Run 12, Loudoun Valley 2 (6 inn.)

    BRHS stats: Alex Bencic with a grand slam for Broad Run.

    Boys Lacrosse

    -Briar Woods 18, Potomac Falls 5

    -Loudoun Valley 16, Dominion 12

    -Broad Run 16, Tuscarora 4

    -Woodgrove 16, John Champe 3

    -Freedom 11, Loudoun County 9

    -George Mason 14, Heritage 12

    Girls Lacrosse

    -Briar Woods 15, Potomac Falls 14

    -Tuscarora 16, Broad Run 14

    -Woodgrove 18, John Champe 1

    -Loudoun County 22, Rock Ridge 9

    -Stone Bridge 15, Fairfax 7

    SBHS stats
    Giroux, A, Jr – 2g
    Cole, A, Fr – 1g, 2a
    Groton, A, Jr – 1g, 2a
    Jachimowski, A, Jr – 2g
    Lamothe, M, Jr – 2g, 2a
    O’Day, M, Jr – 3g, 1a
    Radford, M, Jr – 2a
    Nabors, D, Sr – 2g
    Park, M, Fr – 1g
    Greason, M, So – 1g
    Broadbent, G, Sr – 8 saves

    Boys Tennis

    -John Champe 7, Heritage 2

    -Broad Run 6, Freedom 3

    -Tuscarora 6, Potomac Falls 3

    -Loudoun Valley 6, Woodgrove 3

    -Briar Woods 7, Stone Bridge 0

    -Loudoun County 6, Dominion 3

    -Rock Ridge 6, Park View 3

    Girls Tennis

    -John Champe 6, Heritage 3

    -Tuscarora 9, Potomac Falls 0

    -Loudoun County 5, Dominion 4

    -Briar Woods 9, Stone Bridge 0

    Wednesday, April 15


    -Briar Woods 5, Freedom 0

    -Potomac Falls 10, Dominion 0

    -Stone Bridge 18, Langley 10

    -Loudoun County 5, Woodgrove 0

    LCHS note: Sam Rexroad pitches complete-game shutout.

    -Loudoun Valley 6, T.C. Williams 0

    LVHS report: LV traveled to Alexandria to face class 6A opponent T.C. Williams. Led by senior RHPs Jack DeGroat and Andrew Lohr on the mound, the Vikings won 6-0 and moved to 6-0 on the season.

    Lohr also led the Vikings offensively, going 4-4 on the night, including a 3-run HR. Junior C Hunter Gore was 2-2 along with 2 BBs.

    -Millbrook 8, Heritage 6

    HHS report: Heritage falls short despite late rally. The loss brings the Pride to 2-5 on the year, 0-1 in Conference 21. The Pride are back in action Thursday vs. Woodgrove at home. First pitch is set for 6 p.m.

    Offensively for the Pride:
    Luke Schaub- 0-3, BB, 2K
    Jack Howard- 1-3, R, BB, RBI
    Chad Koehler- 1-3, RBI
    Carsten Wahl- R
    Ben Taylor- 1-3, 2B, R
    Kyle Gotimer- 0-2, R, BB, ROE
    Brandon Keiper- 1-3, R, RBI, K
    Joe Hughes- 1-2, R, HP, K
    Patrick Tyree- 0-1
    Ryan Studebaker- 0-2, K
    Kyle Howard- 1-3, R, 2K

    Pitching for the Pride:
    Cameron Taylor- L, 5IP, 7R, 2ER, 7H, 5K, 2BB
    Brent Smith- 2IP, 1R, 0ER, 2H, K, BB


    -Broad Run 8, Rock Ridge 1

    -Loudoun Valley 12, Langley 1 (5 inn.)

    -Potomac Falls 9, Dominion 2

    -Stone Bridge 6, Battlefield 4

    -Woodgrove 16, Loudoun County 5

    WHS stats: Woodgrove led by Jenna Dunn (2-3, HR, double, 4 RBIs), Taylor Kilgour (2-2 with 3 RBIs), Hallie Daughtry (2 RBIs) and Alexa Dolby (2 RBIs). Camryn Dolby pitched 3 1/3 innings and had 5 strikeouts.

    Boys Soccer

    -Park View 2, Millbrook 2 (OT)

    -Patriot 3, Tuscarora 0

    -Briar Woods 4, Freedom 1

    FHS stats: G-Skaer; S-Stiles 8

    Girls Soccer

    -Briar Woods 1, Freedom 0

    -Loudoun County 5, Woodgrove 0

    -Tuscarora 2, Patriot 1

    THS stats
    First Goal by Tess Williams, assist by Dacheka Kolcum.
    Second Goal by Madison Phaneuf, assist by Dacheka Kolcum.
    Five saves by Courtenay Kaplan.

    Boys Lacrosse

    -Freedom 10, John Champe 5

    -Park View 11, Trinity School 10

    Girls Lacrosse

    -Freedom 10, John Champe 7

    Boys Tennis

    -Briar Woods 9, Stone Bridge 0

    -Loudoun County 8, Heritage 1

    Girls Tennis

    -Loudoun County 8, Heritage 1

    -John Champe 5, Freedom 4

    Tuesday, April 14

    Boys Soccer

    -Handley 3, John Champe 2

    -Heritage 4, Woodgrove 1

    HHS note: Pride junior Andres Villalon nets a hat trick.

    -Rock Ridge 2, Freedom 1

    FHS stats: G-Pearson; A-Alissa; S-Stiles 10

    Girls Soccer

    -Freedom 7, Rock Ridge 1

    -Heritage 3, Woodgrove 0

    -John Champe 6, Handley 1

    -Loudoun County 8, Sherando 0

    -James Wood 2, Dominion 1

    -Millbrook 1, Park View 0

    Monday, April 13


    -Loudoun County 10, Tuscarora 2

    -John Champe 2, Park View 1

    -North Stafford 8, Briar Woods 5

    Boys Soccer

    -Briar Woods 2, Stone Bridge 0

    -John Champe 12, Skyline 0

    -Park View 4, Loudoun Valley 0

    Girls Soccer

    -Dominion 3, Rock Ridge 2

    -John Champe 8, Skyline 0

    -Stone Bridge 1, Briar Woods 0

    SBHS report: In a rematch of last year's VHSL 5A State Championship game, the Stone Bridge Bulldogs hosted the Briar Woods Falcons on Monday night. However, the result was different as the Bulldogs came away with a 1-0 win.

    In the 35th minute, junior Alyssa Choo took a corner for Stone Bridge. Freshman Amy Thompson redirected the ball with her head for the lone goal of the night.

    Defenders Brigitte Deel, Navi Sohi, Emma Dize, Olivia Severin and Connie Sanderson helped to keep the Falcons scoreless. Senior goalkeeper Hailey Corpe had 6 saves to earn the shutout.

    The Bulldogs (3-1 overall, 1-0 in Conference 14) will host the Madison Warhawks on Friday night.

    Boys Lacrosse

    -Park View 17, Rock Ridge 6

    Girls Lacrosse

    -Tuscarora 13, Potomac Falls 12

    -Rock Ridge 15, Park View 3

    -Oakton 12, Woodgrove 7

    -South Lakes 12, Dominion 6

    Boys Tennis

    -Briar Woods 9, Tuscarora 0

    -Loudoun County 8, Woodgrove 1

    -Freedom 9, Potomac Falls 0

    -John Champe 9, Warren County 0

    Girls Tennis

    -Freedom 8, Potomac Falls 1

    -Heritage 7, Park View 2

    -Warren County 6, John Champe 3

    -Handley 9, Loudoun Valley 0

    Saturday, April 11


    -Loudoun Valley 7, Broad Run 0

    LVHS notes: Loudoun Valley moved to 5-0, including 4 shutouts, with the home win. Junior RHP Justin Ager was in total control, tossing a complete-game no hitter with 9 strikeouts.

    Boys Lacrosse

    -Loudoun Valley 11, St. Xavier (Ky.) 7

    Friday, April 10


    -John Champe 8, Rock Ridge 0

    -Marshall 1, Stone Bridge 0

    -Loudoun Valley 8, Dominion 0

    LVHS notes: Senior RHP Jack DeGroat was the winning pitcher. Junior C Hunter Gore hit 2 home runs. LV is now 4-0 with 3 shutouts.

    -Loudoun County 6, Heritage 1

    HHS report: Heritage catches bad break in the bottom of 4th, County scores 6. The loss brings the Pride to 2-4 on the year, 2-1 in the Dulles District. The Pride return home Tuesday to face Woodgrove in their Conference 21 opener.

    Offensively for the Pride:
    Luke Schaub- 0-4, K
    Chad Koehler- 1-3, BB
    Ben Taylor- 0-2, BB, CS
    Brandon Keiper- 0-3, 2K
    Jack Howard- 1-3, R, ROE
    Kyle Gotimer- 1-2, 2B, BB
    Carsten Wahl- 0-1, BB
    Ryan Studebaker- 0-1, K
    Kyle Howard- 1-3
    Patrick Tyree- 0-2, BB

    Pitching for the Pride:
    Carsten Wahl- L 3.1 IP, 3H, 4R, 2 ER, 1 BB, 3K
    Ryan Studebaker- 1.2 IP, 2H, 2R, 0ER, 3BB, 3K
    Brent Smith- 1 IP, 0 H, 0R, 0BB, 0K


    -Loudoun County 5, Heritage 4

    -John Champe 15, Rock Ridge 5

    -Stone Bridge 6, Marshall 3

    Boys Soccer

    -Loudoun Valley 4, Dominion 1

    -Kettle Run 4, Tuscarora 3

    -John Champe 4, Rock Ridge 3

    -Park View 2, Woodgrove 1

    -Langley 2, Stone Bridge 0

    Girls Soccer

    -Loudoun Valley 2, Dominion 1

    -Tuscarora 4, Kettle Run 0

    -John Champe 5, Rock Ridge 2

    -Woodgrove 3, Park View 1

    Boys Tennis

    -Heritage 5, Tuscarora 4

    -Broad Run 8, Potomac Falls 1

    Girls Tennis

    -Tuscarora 8, Heritage 1

    -Stone Bridge 6, Fairfax 3

    Thursday, April 9


    -Woodgrove 8, Briar Woods 7

    -Stone Bridge 3, Tuscarora 2


    -John Champe 24, Freedom 9

    -J.E.B. Stuart 8, Park View 6

    -Woodgrove 12, Briar Woods 1 (5 inn.)

    WHS stats: Grace Sanderson and Jenna Dunn with 3 hits each. Lindsay Harris with 3 RBIs and Brittany Umphlett with 2 RBIs. Taylor Kilgour earning pitching win and had 5 strikeouts.

    Boys Soccer

    -Heritage 5, Sherando 5 (OT)

    Boys Lacrosse

    -Tuscarora 10, Briar Woods 9

    -Loudoun Valley 17, Heritage 2

    -John Champe 20, Rock Ridge 6

    -McLean 7, Stone Bridge 6 (3 OT)

    SBHS stats
    Groton, A, Jr – 2g, 2a
    Nabors, D, Sr – 2g
    Radford, M, Jr – 1g, 2a
    Jachimowski, A, Jr – 1g
    Broadbent, G, Sr – 15 Saves

    Girls Lacrosse

    -Freedom 13, Potomac Falls 10

    -Loudoun Valley 16, Heritage 3

    -John Champe 18, Rock Ridge 7

    -Loudoun County 15, Kettle Run 13

    -Westfield 12, Woodgrove 9

    Boys Tennis

    -John Champe 9, Woodgrove 0

    -Briar Woods 9, Freedom 0

    -Loudoun County 9, Park View 0

    -Loudoun Valley 6, Rock Ridge 3

    Girls Tennis

    -Woodgrove 6, John Champe 3

    -South Lakes 6, Stone Bridge 3

    Wednesday, April 8


    -Tuscarora 16, Stonewall Jackson 5 (5 inn.)

    THS report: The Tuscarora Huskies sent 11 to the plate and scored 7 runs in the first inning, giving Bryce Pearson plenty of early support to coast to a 16-5 victory over Stonewall Jackson High School in Manassas.

    Pearson led off with a double followed with a single by second baseman Joey Skov, who stole second. Pearson scored from third on a wild pitch. Then shortstop Dominick Marinelli singled home Skov. Switch-hitting catcher Noah Lacy, batting from the right side and fourth in the order, doubled.

    With Marinelli on third and Lacy on second, Nick Giuliano singled scoring Marinelli. Center fielder Aylon Gerrig doubled scoring Lacy for the fourth run. Ryan Ahern grounded out to second but it allowed Giuliano to score from third and Gerrig to move to third. Nick DeSimone singled scoring Gerrig, then Ben Knuff singled scoring DeSimone, who had moved to second on a wild pitch, for the seventh run of the Huskies’ first.

    In the second inning, Dominick Marinelli and Noah Lacy made it on base on walks then moved forward on wild pitches. Giuliano was hit by a pitch. With the bases loaded, Marinelli scored the eighth run on a wild pitch. The wild pitch also allowed Lacy and Giuliano to move up a base. Aylon Gerrig made it on base on an error by the second baseman and Lacy to score. The inning ended on two fly outs to center field and a grounder to third, leaving three on base.

    In the third, the Huskies scored three runs that began on a Pearson double, a Skov walk and a two RBI double by Nick Giuliano. Giuliano later scored the Huskies’ 12th run on a wild pitch. Marinelli had a two RBI double in the fourth and Lacy, hitting from the left side, hit a sacrifice fly to right field scoring pinch hitter Cole Gabriele.

    Going into the top of the fifth with the score 15-0, Noah Lacy came to bat with the bases loaded, was hit by the pitch, scoring Bryce Pearson for the sixteenth and final run for Tuscarora.

    Pearson pitched a complete game that ended on runs after five innings. He faced 23 batters, striking out eight, giving up four hits, two base on balls, one hit by pitch, and on three errors. All of Stonewall Jackson’s five runs were scored in the fifth and were unearned. The game was ended after five at 16-5 on the runs rule.

    Besides his good work on the mound, Pearson went 2-for 3 on 5 at bats in which he flied out to center, walked, and hit into a fielder’s choice in the fifth, later scoring on Noah Lacy being hit by a pitch.

    Joey Skov had two singles, an RBI, and scored three times, in the first, third, and the fourth innings. Skov and Dominick Marinelli continued their seamless work in the middle infield. Marinelli singled and doubled, had three RBIs, and scored twice. Noah Lacy batted from both sides, going 1-for-2 with a double, a walk, a strikeout, a sacrifice fly to right field, and an RBI hit by pitch, scoring twice, with two RBIs.

    Nick Giuliano went 2-for-3 with three RBIs, and scoring twice. Aylon Gerrig went 1-for-2 with a double, and two RBIs, scoring once, and walked. Ryan Ahern had an RBI on a ground out to second and another on a sacrifice fly to center. Nick DeSimone hit an RBI single and scored in the first, Ben Knuff had a single, and Brent Breeden went 1-for 2 getting on base in the fourth on an error and scoring on Marinelli’s double, then he singled in the fifth, but was called out on a force going to second on Pearson’s fielder’s choice.

    Asked about the game, THS head coach Mark Bauer said, “We squared up a lot of baseballs throughout our entire lineup. We are having better at bats to allow us to score runs and give us a chance to win games. We started off with six straight hits and eight of the nine batters had a hit to start the game.”


    -Freedom 14, Potomac 3

    -Stone Bridge 11, Langley 6

    -Robinson 11, Tuscarora 10

    Boys Soccer

    -Briar Woods 1, Patriot 0

    -Handley 2, Rock Ridge 1

    -Freedom 2, John Champe 1

    FHS Goals: DiNeen, Paredes; Assists: Paredes, Mel-Brewer; Saves: Stiles 12

    Girls Soccer

    -Freedom 3, John Champe 0

    -Heritage 3, Sherando 2

    -Rock Ridge 3, Handley 3 (OT)

    -Tuscarora 5, Potomac 0

    THS report: Tuscarora blanked host Potomac in Dumfries to improve to 3-0. Courtenay Kaplan posted a shutout in goal. The Huskies have outscored their three opponents by a combined 13-1 margin.

    THS scoring
    Kennedy Jakubek assisted by Madison Phaneuf
    Madison Phaneuf assisted by Dominique Davis
    Dominique Davis assisted by Kennedy Jakubek
    Two goals by Dacheka Kolcum

    Boys Lacrosse

    -Stone Bridge 21, Thomas Jefferson 2

    SBHS stats
    Giroux, A, Jr – 5g
    Cole, A, Fr – 2g, 2a
    Groton, A, Jr – 2g, 1a
    Jachimowski, A, Jr – 3g
    Ferguson, A, Sr – 2g, 2a
    Radford, M, Jr – 2g, 2a
    Capace, A, Fr – 1g, 2a
    Capace, M, Sr – 1g, 1a
    Lamothe, M, Jr – 1g, 1a
    Nabors, D, Sr – 1g
    Jella, A, Jr – 1g
    O’Day, M, Jr – 1a
    McVean, M, Jr – 1a
    Feicht, M, So – 1a
    Broadbent, G, Sr – 2 saves
    Vazquez, G, Jr – 2 saves

    Boys Tennis

    -John Champe 9, Clarke County 0

    -Rock Ridge 7, Warren County 2

    Girls Tennis

    -John Champe 5, Clarke County 1

    Tuesday, April 7


    -Briar Woods 14, Sherando 3 (6 inn.)

    -Woodgrove 12, Dominion 2 (6 inn.)

    -Stone Bridge 2, Fairfax 1

    -Millbrook 4, Loudoun County 3

    -James Wood 10, Park View 0

    -Heritage 7, John Champe 6

    HHS (2-3, 2-0) hitting stats
    Luke Schaub- 2-4, 2R
    Chad Koehler- 0-2, BB, RBI, SAC
    Ben Taylor- 2-2, 2B, 3R, 2BB, SB
    Brandon Keiper- 1-3, 2RBI, BB
    Kyle Gotimer- 2-4, 2B, 3RBI
    Brent Smith- 0-4, 3K
    Ryan Studebaker- 0-2, K
    Cameron Taylor- 0-2, K
    Kyle Howard- 1-3, R, 2K
    Patrick Tyree- 0-0, 2BB, Sac, SB
    Joe Hughes- 0-0, R

    HHS pitching
    Ryan Studebaker- ND, 2IP, 2H, 5R, 5ER, 4BB, 2K, 4HP
    Cameron Taylor- W, 5IP, 4H, 1R, 1ER, 1BB, 3K, 1HP


    -Loudoun County 9, Millbrook 7

    -Stone Bridge 6, Fairfax 3

    -Woodgrove 10, Dominion 0 (6 inn.)

    WHS stats: Woodgrove was led by Taylor Kilgour, going 4 for 4 with a HR and 4 RBIs. Kilgour also pitched a 1-hitter with 9 strikeouts.

    Boys Soccer

    -Dominion 3, Woodgrove 0

    -Park View 5, James Wood 1

    -Fairfax 2, Stone Bridge 0

    Girls Soccer

    -Dominion 3, Woodgrove 1

    -Loudoun County 10, Millbrook 0

    -John Champe 2, Brentsville 1

    -James Wood 3, Park View 2

    -Stone Bridge 5, Fairfax 0

    SBHS report: Stone Bridge traveled to Fairfax and came away with a 5-0 win over the Rebels. The first goal came three minutes into the game after freshman Amy Thompson beat a defender at the end line and sent the ball towards the goal. Sophomore Kayla Valle was there to redirect the ball and put the Bulldogs on the board.

    Before the end of the half, sophomore Alexandra Addington scored after taking a shot from 25-yards out after receiving the ball from freshman Jordan Addington.

    In the second half, Thompson dribbled through a couple of defenders and beat the keeper to score a goal. With four minutes left in the game, freshman Emma Dize sent a ball over the defenders and senior Carissa Showalter ran onto the ball and volleyed the ball past the keeper for her first goal of the season.

    Valle scored the final goal of the night after receiving the ball from Thompson. Senior Hailey Corpe and freshman Emma Houston each had a save in goal to earn the shutout. The Bulldogs will host the Langley Saxons on Friday night.

    Goals: Valle (2), A. Addington, Thompson, Showalter
    Assists: Thompson (2), J. Addington, Dize
    Saves: Corpe (1), Houston (1)

    Boys Lacrosse

    -Briar Woods 11, Fauquier 10

    -Kettle Run 11, Freedom 10

    Girls Lacrosse

    -Tuscarora 19, Rock Ridge 4

    -Freedom 12, Kettle Run 9

    Boys Tennis

    -John Champe 5, Freedom 1

    Monday, April 6


    -Dominion 17, Rock Ridge 1

    -Lake Braddock 6, Freedom 2


    -John Champe 7, Freedom 5

    Boys Soccer

    -Tuscarora 1, Osbourn 0

    Girls Soccer

    -Broad Run 3, Chantilly 0

    Boys Lacrosse

    -Freedom 9, Heritage 5

    -John Champe 17, Park View 5

    -Tuscarora 17, Rock Ridge 1

    -Stone Bridge 14, Potomac Falls 2

    SBHS stats
    Cole, A, Fr – 1g, 3a
    Groton, A, Jr – 2g, 2a
    Radford, M, Jr – 2g, 1a
    Feicht, M, Jr – 2g, 1a
    Ferguson, A, Sr – 2g
    McVean, M, Jr – 1g
    Madgwick, D, Jr – 1g
    Jella, A, Jr – 1g
    Capace, A, Fr – 1g
    Brown, M, Jr – 1g
    Lamothe, M, Jr – 2a
    Liston, M, Sr – 1a
    Greason, M, So – 1a
    Jachimowski, A, Jr – 1a
    Broadbent, G, Sr – 5 saves
    Vazquez, G, Jr – 4 saves

    Girls Lacrosse

    -Potomac Falls 20, Stone Bridge 15

    -John Champe 18, Park View 2

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