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Dulles District basketball tournament

The Loudoun Valley Vikings boys and the Woodgrove Wolverines girls are 2013 Dulles District basketball tournament champions.


Quarterfinals, Feb. 11

-Boys
No. 1 Potomac Falls 78, No. 8 Woodgrove 54
No. 2 Loudoun Valley 67, No. 7 Dominion 37
No. 3 Heritage 86, No. 6 Tuscarora 63
No. 4 Loudoun County 38, No. 5 Briar Woods 32

-Girls
No. 1 Woodgrove 74, No. 8 Park View 22
No. 2 Loudoun County 45, No. 7 Dominion 23
No. 3 Tuscarora 41, No. 6 Loudoun Valley 31
No. 5 Heritage 54, No. 4 Potomac Falls 45


Semifinals, Feb. 13

-Boys
Potomac Falls 57, Loudoun County 45
Loudoun Valley 57, Heritage 36

-Girls
Woodgrove 61, Heritage 36
Loudoun County 46, Tuscarora 38


Finals, Feb. 15 at Tuscarora

-Boys
Loudoun Valley 71, Potomac Falls 60

-Girls
Woodgrove 53, Loudoun County 37



Submitted Game Recaps


Girls Semifinals, Feb. 13

-Loudoun County 46, Tuscarora 38

-THS report: Tuscarora lost to Loudoun County, 46-38, in semifinal action of the Dulles District Girls Basketball Tournament. The Lady Huskies fall to 16-8 on the season and await the AA Region II Division 4 tournament next week. Tuscarora was led by junior Alysha Berry 15 points and freshman Chloe Roach with 10 points, 6 rebounds, and 7 steals.

-THS leaders
Points: Alysha Berry 15
Assists: Megan Leonard 2
Steals: Chloe Roach 7
Rebounds: Ashley Jennings 8



Girls Quartefinals, Feb. 11

-Tuscarora 41, Loudoun Valley 30: The Tuscarora Lady Huskies defeated Loudoun Valley 41-30 in quarterfinal action of the Dulles District Girls Basketball Tournament. The Lady Huskies improve to 16-7 on the season and advance to face crosstown rival Loudoun County in the semifinals. Tuscarora was led by junior Alysha Berry 14 points and 8 steals, and junior Zaria Comer with 12 points and 11 rebounds.

-THS leaders
Points: Alysha Berry - 14
Assists: Alysha Berry - 2, Alexis Bailey - 2
Steals: Alysha Berry - 8
Rebounds: Zaria Comer - 11


-Heritage 54, Potomac Falls 45: Finding your stride at the right time. That was the theme for tonight's game. Heritage had lost two very decisive games to Potomac Falls during the regular season. Coming into tonight's game, Heritage looked to avenge both of those losses by sending Potomac Falls home early.

At the beginning, Heritage fell behind by 12 going into the second quarter. The Pride scored early and cut the deficit by 2 and went into the locker room leading at the half by 4. It was apparent the ladies of the Pride did not want their season to come to an end.

The Pride started the third quarter the way the ended the second. The aggressive defense and the fast past uptempo game played into Heritage's favor. But three of Heritage's top guns got into early foul trouble in the third so the Pride had to back off. The Pride was force to play zone on defense but they had their hands in the passing lane and continued to clog the paint and close out aggressively on the shooters causing the panthers to turn the ball over.

The Pride built a lead and the big three came back in and never looked back, avenging the two regular-season loses and secured a date to see the Wolverines on Wednesday night.

-HHS leaders
Breana Smart - 14 pts, 3 reb, 2 steals
Christina Smart - 5 pots, 2 reb, 3 asst, 7 steals
Kayla Tibbs - 15 pots, 7 reb, 3 steals
Ashley Silvernale - 4 pts, 2 steals
Jonique Mitchell - 4 pts, 4 reb, 2 asst, 5 steals
Kelsey Tidgewell - 12 pts, 6 reb, 2 asst, 5 steals


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