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    Varsity Rewind: March 16-28 games

    Tanner Hudson scores one of his four goals in Freedom High School’s 16-6 varsity boys’ lacrosse victory against John Champe on March 23. Hudson also dished five assists.—Photo Courtesy/Shannon Ribel
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    Saturday, March 28


    -Broad Run 11, Robert E. Lee 0 (5 inn.)

    BRHS report: The Broad Run Spartans improved their record to 3-2 on the season with a 11-0, 5-inning victory in the first game of the Cheers/DST Wood Bat Tournament.

    Senior Brennan Coniglio took the mound for the Spartans in his first pitching start this season. Coniglio delivered a complete game with a 49-pitch performance. On the afternoon, he struck out 4 Lancers batters and scattered two hits.

    Offensively, the Spartans received contributions throughout the lineup. Junior Outfielder Nick Smallwood, Coniglio,and Senior Shortstop Evan Davis all had two hits apiece.

    Sophomore infielder Matthew Ritchie and Junior infielder Andres Ravelo each had added doubles, and junior outfielder Nick Lindenfelder singled, had a sacrifice fly, and added 2 RBIs.

    In Game 2 of the tournament, the Kettle Run Cougars defeated the Musselman Applemen by a score of 11-1.

    Here is Monday's tournament schedule:

    Game 3 - 10:30 a.m. Broad Run vs. Kettle Run
    Game 4 - 1 p.m. Kettle Run vs. Robert E. Lee
    Game 5 - 4 p.m. Robert E. Lee vs Musselman
    Game 6 - 7 p.m. Broad Run vs. Musselman

    Boys Lacrosse

    -Woodgrove 8, South County 7

    Friday, March 27


    -Loudoun Valley 6, Loudoun County 5

    -Woodgrove 9, Heritage 1

    WHS stats: Woodgrove was led by Adrianna Erickson (HR, 2 RBIs), Emily Alexander (HR, 3 RBIs), Lindsay Harris (2 for 3 with 2 RBIs) and Jenna Dunn (2 RBIs). Taylor Kilgour was winning pitcher, giving up 1 hit and having 6 strikeouts.

    Boys Soccer

    -Heritage 3, Woodgrove 1

    -Dominion 3, Rock Ridge 1

    -Robinson 2, Stone Bridge 1

    Girls Soccer

    -Loudoun County 7, Loudoun Valley 1

    -Briar Woods 4, Millbrook 0

    -Heritage 1, Woodgrove 0

    -John Champe 5, Park View 0

    Boys Tennis

    -Briar Woods 8, Herndon 1

    -Heritage 6, Rock Ridge 3

    Girls Tennis

    -Heritage 6, Rock Ridge 3

    Thursday, March 26


    -John Champe 14, John Handley 1

    -Freedom 5, Westfield 4

    -North Stafford 3, Briar Woods 0


    -Dominion 3, Park View 0

    Boys Soccer

    -John Champe 7, James Wood 0

    Girls Soccer

    -Dominion 7, Park View 0

    Boys Lacrosse

    -Briar Woods 13, Dominion 8

    -Park View 15, Rock Ridge 5

    -Georgetown Prep 15, Loudoun Valley 5

    Girls Lacrosse

    -Freedom 15, Heritage 6

    -Potomac Falls 13, Loudoun Valley 9

    Boys Tennis

    -Loudoun County 8, Woodgrove 1

    -John Champe 5, Dominion 4

    -Loudoun Valley 5, Park View 1

    -John Handley 6, Briar Woods 1

    -Langley 8, Stone Bridge 1

    Girls Tennis

    -Dominion 9, John Champe 0

    -George Marshall 5, Tuscarora 1

    -Langley 7, Stone Bridge 0

    Wednesday, March 25


    -Dominion 5, Potomac Falls 1

    -Freedom 3, J.E.B. Stuart 0


    -Freedom 11, J.E.B. Stuart 0

    -Tuscarora 11, Loudoun County 8

    -Marshall 8, Potomac Falls 4

    Boys Soccer

    -Tuscarora 3, Loudoun County 0

    -Potomac Falls 2, Woodgrove 1

    -Freedom 2, Rock Ridge 1

    FHS stats: Goals - O'Toole, Pearson; Assists - Paredes, DiNeen; Saves - Stiles 12

    Boys Lacrosse

    -Woodgrove 13, Patriot 8

    -Kettle Run 11, John Champe 10

    -Tuscarora 15, Wakefield 3

    -Stone Bridge 9, Broad Run 5

    SBHS stats
    Jachimowski, A, Jr – 3g
    Cole, A, Fr – 2g, 2a
    Groton, A, Jr – 1g, 1a
    Lamothe, M, Jr – 1g
    Capace, M, Sr – 1g, 1a
    Radford, M, Jr – 1g
    McVean, M, Jr – 1a
    Greason, M, Jr – 1a
    Broadbent, G, Sr – 8 saves, 1 assist

    Girls Lacrosse

    -John Champe 15, Kettle Run 14

    -Stone Bridge 13, Broad Run 11

    -Tuscarora 20, Wakefield 2

    -George Mason 18, Loudoun County 4

    Boys Tennis

    -John Champe 9, Clarke County 0

    -Loudoun County 8, Tuscarora 1

    -Freedom 7, Heritage 2

    Girls Tennis

    -John Champe 7, Clarke County 2

    -Broad Run 9, Battlefield 0

    -Dominion 9, Potomac Falls 0

    -Freedom 7, Heritage 2

    Tuesday, March 24


    -Dominion 13, Park View 2

    -Stone Bridge 4, McLean 1

    -Woodgrove 11, Briar Woods 0

    WHS pitching: Colin Reid and Ryan Miles combine for the no-hitter.

    -Loudoun Valley 7, Broad Run 0

    LVHS pitching: Senior RHP Jack DeGroat (6 IP, 10K) and junior RHP Justin Ager (1IP, 3K) combined on a shutout.

    -Tuscarora 12, Heritage 4

    THS report: The Tuscarora Huskies pounded out 14 hits en route to a 12-4 win over the host Heritage Pride. Huskies’ starting pitcher Nick Giuliano earned his second 2015 win, allowing four runs (one earned), four hits and a pair of walks while striking out three in four innings.

    Side-winding lefty Wes Glass came in relief in the fifth, pitching three scoreless innings, allowing just one hit, two base on balls, in a performance highlighted by seven strikeouts, striking out the side in the sixth inning and three of the four in the seventh. Combined, the Tuscarora pitchers allowed only four hits and four walks in seven innings, while striking out 10.

    The Huskies started off the first inning with an RBI single to right field by Jonathan Lacy, followed by an RBI single by Aylon Gerrig. Cole Gabriele knocked a single down the third base line scoring a run, then Nick DeSimone got a two RBI single to right field then stole second base. Ben Knuff walked and Noah Lacy came to the plate again with another long fly ball to left field to end the Huskies’ five-run first inning.

    On a windy, hand-numbing evening, Huskies’ catcher Noah Lacy threw out a runner attempting to steal second in the third. Offensively, Lacy went 1-for-3 with 2 RBI’s and scored once.

    Tuscarora needed insurance runs with the score at 5-4 after three innings. They managed three runs in the top of the fourth with an RBI by Jonathan Lacy, and a two RBI single by Nick Giuliano, bringing the score to 8-5. A two RBI single by shortstop Dominick Marinelli in the fifth, and a two RBI single by Noah Lacy in the sixth brought the final score to 12-4.

    Centerfielder Aylon Gerrig went 2-for-4 with an RBI single in the first inning, making it to second on a throwing play to third, then scoring the Huskies’ fourth run. Gerrig pounded the ball to center twice and left field for one of his two singles.

    Ryan Ahern came off the bench to play first base, getting a single to right field and then scoring on Noah Lacy’s single in the top of the sixth. Ben Knuff walked once, singled in the fifth and scored on Marinelli’s hit. Bryce Pearson played second, had two hits, scored in the first, and stole second.

    Dominick Marinelli went 2-for-4 with two singles, two RBIs, and scored twice. Jonathan Lacy played third and went 1-for-3, scoring twice, with two RBI’s.

    Up next the Tuscarora High School varsity baseball team travels to Myrtle Beach, S.C. to participate in the Ripken Experience from March 27 through April 1.

    HHS report: The loss drops the Pride to 1-3 on the season. The Pride begin Conference 21 play Thursday at 6 p.m. vs. Millbrook at home.

    Offensively for the Pride:
    Tyree: 0-4, 2K
    Koehler: 1-3, R, BB, K
    B. Taylor: 1-2, 2R, 2BB, K, SB
    Keiper: 1-2, R, BB
    Schaub: 0-2, Sac, RBI, CS
    Wahl: 0-3, K
    Gotimer: 0-2, K
    C. Taylor: 0-1, K
    Hughes: 0-1, K
    Studebaker: 0-1
    Smith: 0-1, K
    K. Howard: 0-2, HP

    Pitching for the Pride:
    Wahl: L, 3IP, 5R, 5ER, 6H,2BB, HP, K
    Studebaker: 1IP, 3R, 2ER, 2H, 2BB
    Smith: 2IP, 4R, 4ER, 2BB, HP, K
    Keiper: 1IP, 0R, 0H, K


    -Tuscarora 8, Heritage 4

    -Dominion 10, Herndon 1

    -Rock Ridge 12, Park View 6

    -McLean 9, Stone Bridge 5

    -James Wood 3, Loudoun County 1

    -Woodgrove 5, Briar Woods 2

    WHS stats: Woodgrove was led by Grace Sanderson with 3 hits and 2 RBIs. Taylor Kilgour was the winning pitcher, striking out five and allowing two hits.

    Boys Soccer

    -Stone Bridge 1, McLean 0

    -John Champe 3, Freedom 1

    -Tuscarora 8, Potomac 1

    -Briar Woods 7, Rock Ridge 0

    -Loudoun Valley 4, Woodgrove 2

    -Broad Run 4, Wakefield 3 (OT)

    BRHS stats
    Goals: Abu Koroma (2), Sean Gwatzido, Keenan Harleston
    Assists: Karim Zebdi (2), Abu Koroma, Joey DiTommaso
    Saves: Owen White (4), Nathan Khalig (1)

    Girls Soccer

    -Broad Run 3, Dominion 1

    -Loudoun Valley 2, Woodgrove 0

    -Briar Woods 9, Rock Ridge 1

    BWHS recap: The Falcons started their 2015 home campaign with an impressive 9-1 win. With the victory, Briar Woods stands at 2-0 early in the season, the next game is Friday night when they travel to Millbrook High School.

    Stats for the game: Ayan Adu had 3 goals, Mckayla Beal had 3 goals, Maia Scott had 1 goal, Nikki Batt had 1 goal, Jillian Porter had 1 goal and 3 assists, Abby Maltese had 1 assist, Rayven Conner 2 assists and goalie Olivia Jones with 3 saves.

    -McLean 3, Stone Bridge 2 (OT)

    SBHS recap: With eleven minutes remaining in the first half, junior Alyssa Choo took a corner kick for the Bulldogs. Freshman Amy Thompson was there to score and put the Bulldogs on the board. McLean scored an equalizer goal three minutes later.

    In the second half, Choo had another corner kick opportunity and this time sophomore Maggie Swain was there to finish the ball for the goal. With seconds remaining in the game, McLean scored again to send the game into overtime. McLean scored during the first overtime period to earn the win.

    Senior Hailey Corpe had 8 saves in goal. Stone Bridge (1-1) will host the Robinson Rams on Friday night at 7.

    Goals - Thompson, Swain; Assists - Choo (2); Saves - Corpe (8)

    Girls Lacrosse

    -Loudoun Valley 10, Albemarle 9

    Boys Tennis

    -Loudoun County 8, Tuscarora 1

    -Freedom 7, Rock Ridge 2

    -John Champe 9, Central 0

    Girls Tennis

    -Tuscarora 6, Loudoun County 3

    -Freedom 9, Rock Ridge 0

    -John Champe 6, Central 3

    Monday, March 23


    -Briar Woods 11, Rock Ridge 2

    -Loudoun Valley 12, Park View 0 (5 inn.)

    LVHS note: Junior T.J. Holdredge earned his first varsity win on the mound in a complete-game shutout.

    -Loudoun County 3, Tuscarora 1

    THS report: Tuscarora traveled to Loudoun County High School for a non-conference game. Junior left-hander Cole Gabriele went out on the hump for his second start for the 2015 season on a chilly night that numbed hands, vaped breath and sent fans layered under thick coats and blankets.

    Gabriele pitched four solid innings giving up his only run in the first after lead-off hitter for the Raiders, senior pitcher Cameron Eck, served a triple down the right-field line that led to his loping home on a deep hit to Bryce Pearson at second.

    Gabriele shut Loudoun County down through the fourth when he was relieved by freshman Jonathan Lacy. Combined, the Tuscarora hurlers allowed three runs, two earned, on four hits and five walks. They struck out eight Raiders, six by Gabriele. Two of the three runs by Loudoun County were manufactured by capitalizing on walks and using the bunt effectively.

    Tuscarora’s only run came in the fifth inning when Ben Knuff scored on Bryce Pearson’s walk with the bases loaded. Junior catcher Noah Lacy went 1-for-2 with a lead-off single in the first inning. Junior shortstop Dominick Marinelli went 1-for-2 with a grounder through the middle infield in the third inning.

    It was a strong pitching battle by both teams, judging the game as a whole. The three hits that Loudoun County pitchers allowed came from Noah Lacy, Dominick Marinelli and Jonathan Lacy.

    Loudoun pitchers struck out eight Huskies and walked six. But it came down to Tuscarora’s inability to get runners across home plate, as they abandoned five runners on the base path that galvanized their loss.


    -Briar Woods 20, Rock Ridge 1 (5 inn.)

    -Freedom 15, Potomac 2

    -Loudoun Valley 18, Park View 1

    Boys Soccer

    -Broad Run 1, Park View 1 (OT)

    Girls Soccer

    -Heritage 3, Millbrook 1

    Boys Lacrosse

    -Briar Woods 16, Kettle Run 6

    -Freedom 16, John Champe 6

    -Tuscarora 16, Heritage 7

    -Potomac Falls 17, Rock Ridge 2

    -Albemarle 8, Loudoun Valley 7 (OT)

    Girls Lacrosse

    -Briar Woods 15, Kettle Run 7

    -Tuscarora 17, Heritage 7

    -Freedom 17, John Champe 5

    -Potomac Falls 17, Rock Ridge 4

    Boys Tennis

    -Tuscarora 7, Rock Ridge 2

    -Dominion 8, James Wood 1

    -John Champe 9, Potomac Falls 0

    -Loudoun County 7, Sherando 2

    -Central 6, Loudoun Valley 3

    Girls Tennis

    -Tuscarora 9, Rock Ridge 0

    -Dominion 9, James Wood 0

    -Woodgrove 5, Heritage 4

    -John Champe 9, Potomac Falls 0

    -Sherando 6, Loudoun County 3

    Saturday, March 21


    -Heritage 12, Rock Ridge 0 (6 inn.)

    HHS report: The Pride got their first win of the year behind strong pitching by Cameron Taylor, Ryan Studebaker and Brent Smith. Chad Koehler, Ben Taylor, Luke Schaub and Patrick Tyree had big days offensively.

    The Pride improve their record to 1-2 and re-match Tuscarora on Tuesday, 6 p.m. at Heritage.

    Offensively for the Pride:
    Patrick Tyree- 2-4, 2R, RBI, BB, K
    Chad Koehler- 3-4, 2B, HP, R, 2RBI
    Ben Taylor- 3-4, 2B, HP, 2R, 2RBI, SB
    Brandon Keiper- 1-4, R, RBI
    Luke Schaub- 2-3, R, RBI, BB, SB
    Brent Smith- 1-3, R, 1RBI, K
    Nate Craner- 0-1
    Cameron Taylor- 0-0, R, 2BB
    Ryan Studebaker- 0-0, BB
    Kyle Gotimer- 1-1, R, SB
    Carsten Wahl- 0-2, R, K
    Joe Hughes- 0-1, R, BB, K
    Kyle Howard- 0-4, RBI, K

    Pitching for the Pride:
    Cameron Taylor- 2IP, 0R, 0ER, 0H, 0BB, 3K
    Ryan Studebaker- 1IP, 0R, 0ER, 1H, 1BB, 3K
    Brent Smith- 3IP, 0R, 0ER, 3H, 2BB, 3K

    Boys Lacrosse

    -Woodgrove 10, Fauquier 7

    -Robinson 11, Dominion 4

    -Stone Bridge 13, Loudoun Valley 11

    SBHS stats
    Giroux, A, Jr - 2g, 1a
    Groton, A, Jr - 1g
    Cole, A, Fr - 1g, 1a
    Jachimowski, A, Jr - 1g
    Capace, M, Sr - 2g
    Radford, M, Jr - 2g, 1a
    Greason, M, So - 1g, 1a
    O'Day, M, Jr - 2g
    Liston, M, Sr - 1g
    Lamothe, M, Jr - 3a
    Broadbent, G, Sr - 8 Saves

    Friday, March 20

    Girls Lacrosse

    -Heritage 16, Rock Ridge 10

    Girls Tennis

    -Loudoun County 9, Potomac Falls 0

    Thursday, March 19


    -Millbrook 3, Briar Woods 2

    -Tuscarora 11, Park View 1

    THS report: Junior Dominick Marinelli led the Tuscarora High School varsity baseball team with a three-run home run in the second inning and a sacrifice fly in the fourth to give him four RBIs for the game.

    Joey Skov also had an exceptional evening at the plate, going 4 for 4, with a double, a triple, two singles, 2 RBIs and scoring twice. Senior Nick DeSimone went 2 for 2 with two singles, two RBIs and one run scored.

    Park View’s only run and two hits came in the first inning. Nick Giuliano pitched the first three innings for the Huskies and got the win. Lefty Wes Glass came in relief in the fourth, striking out five of the six Patriots’ batters faced.

    -Loudoun Valley 6, Skyline 2

    LVHS note: The Vikings win the inaugural game played on their new field, located on campus. Valley's former home was Fireman's Field in Purcellville.

    -Woodgrove 4, Sherando 1

    WHS pitching: Austin Rader earns the win and Kaleb Bowman records the save.

    -Broad Run 11, Loudoun County 1 (6 inn.)

    BRHS report: The Broad Run Spartans improved to 2-0 with an 11-1 win over the visiting Loudoun County Raiders in Ashburn. The game was ended after six innings due to the "Mercy Rule."

    Senior Jason Bidwell took the mound for the Spartans and delivered a quality outing. Bidwell went five complete innings scattering two Raider hits on the evening and striking out two. Senior Brennan Coniglio threw the sixth inning for the Spartans allowing a hit and striking out two batters.

    Offensively, the Spartans received contributions throughout the whole lineup. Senior Shortstop Evan Davis lead the offensive charge with 3 hits and 3 runs scored. Senior DH Jonathan Truba had two hits and 3 RBI. Senior Catcher Lance Goodwin had 2 hits and an RBI. Senior Brennan Coniglio had a 2 RBI single. The team ended with 11 hits for the game.

    The Spartans next game will be Tuesday when they host defending VHSL 3A state champion Loudoun Valley Vikings in Ashburn. First pitch is scheduled for 6 p.m.

    -Potomac Falls 3, Heritage 2 (8 inn.)

    HHS report: The Pride drop another close one, but show a lot of fight in a non-conference matchup against 5A Potomac Falls, losing in 8 innings. The loss drops the Pride to 0-2 on the season.

    Offensively for the Pride:
    Tyree- 1-4, K
    J. Howard- 0-2, HP
    C. Taylor- 0-0, BB
    Koehler- 1-3, R, BB
    B. Taylor- 2-3, 2B, BB
    Keiper- 0-2, Sac, BB
    Smith- 1-4, R, K
    Schaub- 1-3, Sac
    Gotimer- 0-2, BB, K
    K. Howard- 1-3, K

    Pitching for the Pride:
    Carsten Wahl- 6IP, ND, 1H, 2R, 1ER, 3K, 3BB
    Brent Smith- 2IP, L, 3H, 1R, 1ER, 3K, 1BB


    -Briar Woods 10, Millbrook 0 (5 inn.)

    -Heritage 7, Potomac Falls 6

    -Loudoun Valley 7, Dominion 3

    LVHS note: Freshman pitcher Tressa Kagarise with complete game win.

    -Woodgrove 5, Sherando 0

    WHS stats: Woodgrove had 2 RBIs from Hallie Daughtry and 2 RBIs from Lexi Acton. Taylor Kilgour was the winning pitcher, with 4 strikeouts and allowed one hit.

    Boys Soccer

    -Heritage 9, Rock Ridge 1

    Girls Soccer

    -Freedom 2, John Champe 2

    -Heritage 6, Rock Ridge 0

    -Sherando 2, Woodgrove 1

    Boys Lacrosse

    -Heritage 19, Rock Ridge 0

    -Loudoun Valley 12, Battlefield 8

    -Stone Bridge 10, Westfield 7

    SBHS stats
    Groton, A, Jr - 1g
    Capace, M, Sr - 2g, 1a
    Cole, A, Fr - 3g
    Nabors, D, Sr - 2g
    Lamothe, M, Jr - 1g
    Radford, M, Jr - 1g
    Giroux, A, Jr - 1a
    Jachimowski, A, Jr - 1a
    Liston, M, Sr - 1a
    ​Greason, M, So -1a
    Broadbent, G, Sr - 8 Saves

    Girls Lacrosse

    -Woodgrove 12, Chantilly 8

    -Dominion 17, Fauquier 1

    -Tuscarora 11, Loudoun County 4

    Boys Tennis

    -John Champe 9, Rock Ridge 0

    -John Handley 9, Tuscarora 0

    Girls Tennis

    -John Champe 8, Rock Ridge 1

    -Loudoun County 9, Potomac Falls 0

    -Dominion 9, Loudoun Valley 0

    -John Handley 5, Tuscarora 4

    Wednesday, March 18


    -Potomac Falls 5, Loudoun County 2

    -Broad Run 2, Kettle Run 1

    BRHS report: The Broad Run Spartans traveled to Nokesville to take on the Kettle Run Cougars to begin the 2015 season. The Spartans came away with the opening night victory by a score of 2-1.

    Senior captain Jonathan Truba took the mound for the Spartans and delivered a quality outing. Truba struck out 8 Cougar batters over 5.33 innings of work. In the sixth inning, Truba was replaced by senior Evan Davis, who picked up the win in relief going the final 1.67 innings. Davis struck out one batter on the night. Truba and Davis did not walk a batter on the evening.

    Offensively, Truba and Davis had Broad Run's only two hits for the game. Davis led off the top of the 7th with an opposite field double, and eventually scored the game winning run later in the frame on a bases-loaded walk issued to sophomore DH Zach Buck. Truba singled earlier in the game for the Spartans.


    -Loudoun County 12, Potomac Falls 1

    -Kettle Run 3, Tuscarora 2

    -Highland 10, Park View 1

    Boys Soccer

    -Potomac Falls 2, Loduoun County 1

    -John Champe 8, Skyline 0

    -Chantilly 2, Stone Bridge 1

    Girls Soccer

    -Briar Woods 7, Sherando 0

    -Loudoun County 3, Potomac Falls 0

    -John Champe 6, Skyline 0

    -Stone Bridge 2, Chantilly 0

    SBHS report: Congratulations to the Bulldogs for opening their season with a 2-0 win on the road against Chantilly. In the 12th minute of the game, freshman Amy Thompson dribbled through the defense and found sophomore Kayla Valle who shot the ball past the Chargers' goalkeeper to put the Bulldogs on the board.

    Both teams continued to have scoring opportunities. Junior Dani-Joy Leonhardt scored the second goal of the night. Senior Lauren Brower sent a cross into the goal and Leonhardt was there to finish it. Senior Hailey Corpe had 4 saves in goal to earn the shutout. The Bulldogs will host the McLean Highlanders on Tuesday night.

    Goals: Valle, Leonhardt
    Assists: Thompson, Brower
    Saves: Corpe (4)

    -Tuscarora 6, Osbourn 1

    THS stats
    Dominique Davis had 2 goals with an assist by Tess Williams and Kennedy Jakubek.
    Stephanie Umstead had 1 goal with an assist by Tess Williams.
    Kennedy Jakubek had 2 goals with assists by Tess Williams.
    Dacheka Kolcum had 1 goal.
    Alexa Silverman had 3 saves.

    Boys Lacrosse

    -Broad Run 11, Heritage 8

    -Briar Woods 17, Osbourn 0

    Girls Lacrosse

    -Briar Woods 17, Osbourn 1

    -Broad Run 24, Heritage 5

    Boys Tennis

    -Dominion 9, Osbourn 0

    -Loudoun Valley 7, Skyline 2

    Tuesday, March 17


    -Tuscarora 1, Heritage 0

    THS report: The Tuscarora varsity baseball team defeated cross town rival Heritage 1-0 in the season opener last night. Cole Gabriele started on the mound for the Huskies and threw 4 scoreless innings.

    Jonathan Lacy finished the game to earn his first varsity win on the mound. Offensively, Dominick Marinelli was 1 for 3, and Jonathan Lacy was 1-1 on the night, Noah Lacy 0-1, 2 BB.

    HHS report: Heritage dropped a close one at cross town rival Tuscarora on Opening Day. The Pride out hit Tusky 5-2, but could not get runners across the plate, stranding 7 on a chilly night in Leesburg.

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

    Pitching for the Pride:
    Ryan Studebaker- 3IP, 1H, 2BB, 3K
    Cameron Taylor- L, 3IP, 1H, 1R, 1ER, 3BB, 1K


    -Tuscarora 3, Heritage 2

    Boys Soccer

    -Freedom 3, John Handley 2

    -Tuscarora 2, Heritage 2

    -Broad Run 6, Dominion 2

    -Park View 5, Rock Ridge 2

    -John Champe 2, Potomac Falls 1

    Girls Soccer

    -Freedom 7, John Handley 0

    -Rock Ridge 4, Park View 1

    -Tuscarora 2, Heritage 0

    THS stats: Goals by Maddie Phaneuf and Kennedy Jakubek and assist by Stephanie Umstead. Shut out by Courtenay Kaplan.

    Boys Lacrosse

    -Collegiate School 13, Woodgrove 7

    Boys Tennis

    -Freedom 9, Park View 0

    -Loudoun County 8, Heritage 1

    Girls Tennis

    -Freedom 8, Park View 1

    -Loudoun County 7, Heritage 2

    -Dominion 9, Potomac Falls 0

    Monday, March 16


    -Park View 10, Wakefield 4


    -Broad Run 3, Loudoun County 0

    BRHS report: The Spartans' Becca Tatara and the Raiders' Delaney Turner each threw 9 strikeouts to start the season and were pitching shutouts until the Spartans came through with some clutch hitting in the 7th inning to prevail with a 3-0 win in Leesburg.

    It was looking like extra innings may be needed as the game went in to the 7th inning with a scoreless tie. But the Spartans were able to string together 3 of their 4 hits of the night in the seventh inning for the victory.

    In the top of the 7th, Carrie Oakes drew a 1 out walk and moved to second on a passed ball. Casey Kramer followed with a base hit to shortstop as she beat out the throw to first. Heads up base running by Oakes moved her in to scoring position on a line drive out by Alex Bencic as the Raiders tried unsuccessfully to double off Kramer at first, allowing Oakes to advance to third on the play.

    With two outs and runners on first and third, senior Madison Small stroked a hard grounder past the shortstop to score Oakes for the first run of the game. Grace Mattimore followed with a triple to deep right center, plating Kramer and Small and a 3-0 lead.

    The Raiders looked like they were going to mount a comeback with a leadoff double in the bottom of the 7th by Delaney Turner but Tatara buckled down on the next three batters forcing a strikeout, fly ball to right and then ending the game with her ninth strikeout of the night.

    For the evening the Spartans' Tatara got the shutout win, ending with 9 strikeouts, no walks and 4 hits, while the Raiders' Turner had similar stats at 9 strikeouts, 5 walks and 4 hits.
    Offensively the Spartans were led by Madison Small with a double and RBI single, Grace Mattimore with a triple and Casey Kramer with a single. The Raiders were led by Delaney Turner with a single and double along with Sam Carver and Saige McGovern each with a hit. The Spartans stranded 8 runners for the game while the Raiders left 5 runners on base.

    Boys Soccer

    -Briar Woods 3, Sherando 0

    -Loudoun Valley 3, James Wood 0

    Girls Soccer

    -Loudoun Valley 2, Dominion 1

    Boys Lacrosse

    -George Mason 16, Rock Ridge 2

    Girls Lacrosse

    -Tuscarora 21, Osbourn 1

    -Broad Run 13, Loudoun Valley 12

    -Briar Woods 22, Heritage 6

    -Freedom 12, Rock Ridge 6

    -Westfield 13, Stone Bridge 8

    Boys Tennis

    -Briar Woods 9, Rock Ridge 0

    -Loudoun County 9, Millbrook 0

    -James Wood 9, Park View 0

    -Broad Run 9, Loudoun Valley 0

    1. Pollatos 8, Fairfax 0
    2. Sheth 8, Urban 0
    3. Snow 8, Rudy 2
    4. Sastry 8. Meyer 4
    5. Nanda 8. Lohr 3
    6. Nallamutu 8, Dahlman 3

    1. Pollatos/Sheth 8, Fairfax/Urban 0
    2. Snow/Sastry 8, Meyer/Rudy 2
    3. Anshul/Nallamutu 8, Lohr/Cribb 3

    Girls Tennis

    -Loudoun County 9, Millbrook 0

    -Broad Run 9, Loudoun Valley 0

    -Stone Bridge 9, Madison 0

    -James Wood 7, Park View 2

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