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Loudoun’s Varsity Sports Rewind: Jan. 17-21 events

Woodgrove senior Sarah Snare prepares to compete on the uneven bars.—Photo Courtesy/Woodgrove High School Gymnastics
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Saturday, Jan. 21

Boys Basketball

-Kecoughtan 73, Stone Bridge 61

Boys Swimming

-Riverside 187.5, Park View 97.5

-Rock Ridge 184, Loudoun Valley 100

Girls Swimming

-Riverside 223, Park View 55

-Rock Ridge 198, Loudoun Valley 87


-Wolverines place fourth at Aloha Invitational

WHS report: Woodgrove was one of 14 teams competing at the Aloha Invitational at Patriot High School in Nokesville. The Wolverine team took fourth place in the Navy division.

In the individual competition, River Stone placed 4th on bars and floor, 3rd on vault and 3rd in all-around. Jodi Snare placed 5th on vault.

Woodgrove will host a five-team meet on Tuesday, Jan. 24, beginning at 6:30 p.m. The Wolverines will host teams from Park View, Rock Ridge, Riverside and Loudoun Valley high schools.

Seniors Kaycee Delitta and Sarah Snare, co-captains for the team, will be honored during the meet. The meet was originally scheduled for Jan. 5, but was postponed due to icy conditions.

The home meet will wrap up the Wolverines' regular season competition schedule. The team will then compete in the conference championships at Freedom High School on Monday, Jan. 30.

Friday, Jan. 20

Boys Basketball

-Loudoun County 96, Park View 36

-Freedom 71, Woodgrove 39

-Dominion 91, John Champe 82

-Heritage 47, Rock Ridge 40

-Stone Bridge 76, Osbourn 64

Girls Basketball

-Park View 58, Loudoun County 54

-John Champe 50, Dominion 45

-Loudoun Valley 49, Broad Run 41

-Heritage 70, Rock Ridge 27

Boys Swimming

-Riverside 156, Stone Bridge 130

Girls Swimming

-Riverside 163, Stone Bridge 123

Thursday, Jan. 19

Boys Basketball

-Riverside 63, Brentsville 59

-Stone Bridge 74, Lee 41

-Liberty 64, Loudoun County 57

Girls Basketball

-Tuscarora 56, Woodgrove 50

THS (13-4) stat leaders
Kennedy Middleton - 21 pts, 9 reb, 2 asst.
Bellah Middleton - 8 pts, 5 reb.
Alyssa Austin - 7 pts.
Brenna Cochran - 6 pts, 8 reb, 3 asst.
Ashley Leonard - 5 pts, 4 reb.
Shakima Machulski - 5 pts, 2 asst.
Allie Fitz - 4 pts.

-Stone Bridge 54, Lee 28

SB top scorers: Chloe Madgwick 23, Anna LeMaster 13, Emma Harwood 11.

Wednesday, Jan. 18

Boys Basketball

-Broad Run 57, Woodgrove 52

-Freedom 57, Kettle Run 56

-John Champe 79, Fauquier 55

-Oakdale 87, Tuscarora 75

Girls Basketball

-Freedom 59, Kettle Run 30

-John Champe 48, Fauquier 41

Boys Swimming

-Briar Woods 154, Patrick Henry-Roanoke 49

-Briar Woods 154, Albemarle 83

Girls Swimming

-Briar Woods 97, Albemarle 67

-Patrick Henry-Roanoke 122, Briar Woods 97


-Wolverines place first

WHS report: Woodgrove placed first in a five-team meet hosted by Heritage High School. The meet included Heritage, John Champe, Loudoun County and Riverside high schools.

Five WHS individuals placed: Erin Keane (3rd on beam); Dani Kimbrough (tied for 6th on vault); Jodi Snare (6th on bars, 5th on vault, 6th all-around); Sarah Snare (tied for 6th on vault, tied for 5th on floor, 5th on bars, 4th on beam, 5th all-around); and River Stone (4th on bars, 3rd on vault, 2nd on beam, tied for 2nd on floor, 3rd all-around).

Tuesday, Jan. 17

Boys Basketball

-Loudoun Valley 75, Rock Ridge 36

-Tuscarora 80, Briar Woods 76

-Heritage 70, Freedom 63

-Dominion 69, Riverside 66

-John Champe 88, Loudoun County 67

-Potomac Falls 62, Stone Bridge 58

-Woodgrove 78, Park View 47

Girls Basketball

-Freedom 48, Heritage 40

-Riverside 55, Dominion 52

-Park View 53, Woodgrove 51

-Loudoun County 53, John Champe 27

-Loudoun Valley 60, Rock Ridge 44

-Stone Bridge 60, Potomac Falls 38

SBHS report: Another big conference win tonight. Chloe Madgwick with 20 points. Anna LeMaster 15 points, Emma Harwood 9 points and Allison Kreyer 8 points.

-Tuscarora 66, Briar Woods 58

BW 18-12-15-13--58; THS 15-14-13-24--66

THS highlights: Tuscarora outscores Briar Woods 24-13 in fourth quarter to overcome 45-42 deficit. THS improves to 3-0 in Conference 14 play and 12-4 overall.

Tuscarora led by Kennedy Middleton (23 pts, 10 reb, 8 asst), Bellah Middleton (12 pts, 8 reb), Alyssa Austin (11 pts), Ashley Leonard (7 pts, 5 reb, 3 asst).

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