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Falcons glide to gymnastics title

photoBriar Woods gymnast Sara Connor, center, totaled 34.8 points on her four routines to win the all-around crown Jan. 5 at the Glory Days Grill/Park View Invitational. Loudoun County’s Hannah Powell, left, placed second and Potomac Falls’ Abbey Tsao finished third.—Times-Mirror Staff Photo/Beverly Denny

Briar Woods High School - led by all-around champion Sara Connor - won the team championship in the Red Division at the Glory Days Grill/Park View Invitational Jan. 5 in Sterling.

Loudoun County was a close runner-up in the elite division, while Broad Run claimed the team title in the Blue Division.

The Falcons totaled 97.25 points to edge the Raiders by less than one-tenth of a point. Colonial Forge placed third, followed by Potomac Falls and Tuscarora.

Broad Run gymnasts occupied three of the top four spots in the Blue Division’s all-around. The team champion Spartans were led by all-around winner Kerry Stolcenberg. Woodgrove claimed runner-up honors, followed by Loudoun Valley, Harrisonburg, Turner Ashby and host Park View.


Red Division

-Team
Briar Woods - 97.25
Loudoun County - 97.175
Colonial Forge - 95.15
Potomac Falls - 93.55
Tuscarora - 91.9

-All-around
Sara Connor (Briar Woods) 34.8
Hannah Powell (Loudoun County) 34.425
Abbey Tsao (Potomac Falls) 34.125
Lauren McCullough (Loudoun County) 32.425
Alex Upp (Tuscarora) 32.25
Shannon Lea (Colonial Forge) 31.825
Haley Cooper (Colonial Forge) 31.65
Loren Barber (Briar Woods) 31.075


Blue Division

-Team
Broad Run - 98.375
Woodgrove - 90.575
Loudoun Valley - 88.075
Harrisonburg - 83.925
Turner Ashby - 71.575
Park View - 62.425

-All-around
Kerry Stolcenberg (Broad Run) 34.05
Morgan Clear (Broad Run) 32.575
Brooke Cobb (Harrisonburg) 32.275
Kathryn Petchenick (Broad Run) 31.75
Olivia Becker (Woodgrove) 30.9
Helen Sternberg (Loudoun Valley) 30.225
Heather Byram (Woodgrove) 30.075
Katherine Ayala (Woodgrove) 26.475

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