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    Loudoun South teams excel on diamond

    The Loudoun South Little League 8-9 year old All-Star team won the SYA Special Games Invitational Tournament, contested among little league teams from Fairfax, Prince William, Fauquier and Loudoun in June. Loudoun South went 6-0 in the tournament, allowing just three runs overall.

    Front row, from left, are Ryan Marohn, Nate Hoskins, Tyler Fetterman, Cal Henderson, David Mendez and Drew Skinner. Middle row consists of Shawn Arneja, Devin Mitchell, Noah Dixon, Cole Lechner, Christian Carver, John Connelly and Jack McDonald. Back row are coaches Travis Carver and Wayne Connelly, and manager Ron Masci.

    The Loudoun South Little League 9-10 year old All-Star team recently captured the Virginia District 16 championships. Loudoun South sent 13 batters to plate in the first inning - highlighted by a three-run homer by Jackson Murphy - on its way to defeating Upper Loudoun American Little League in the final. Loudoun South, who outscored opponents 108-9 in the district tournament, moved on to reach the semifinals of the state tournament.

    Front row, from left, are Carlos Irizarry, Aidan McDonald, Josh Hand, Geffen Franus, Peter Hoenig, Connor Kelsey, Luca Lizama and Jackson Murphy. Middle row are Matt Ihle, Jacob Gerbracht, Owen Donohue, Wyatt Hagan and Ben Rozelle. Back row is made up of coach Andy Ihle, manager Sean Lizama and coach Joe McDonald.

    The Loudoun South Little League Juniors All-Star team claimed their first-ever Virginia District 16 crown on July 13. Loudoun South went 4-0 in the tourney, capping it off with a 14-0 victory over Lower Loudoun Little League in a championship that took multiple days to complete due to weather. Loudoun South would go on to place sixth in their initial state tournament appearance.

    Front row, from left, are manager Glen Caroline, Drew Caroline, Kyle Yoon, Jack Greentree, Dylan Rosnick, Corey Brown, Michael Apodaca and coach Erick Rozelle. Back row are Jayden Henson, Michael Stopper, Kevin Chung, Trevor Stephenson, Josh Rozelle, Ryan Rosnick and coach John Rosnick.

    The Loudoun South Little League All-Star team won its third Virginia District 16 championship in four years July 11, defeating Dulles American Little League 11-9 at Freedom Park in Leesburg. Devon Zavacky's two-run double in the sixth inning proved to be the difference as Loudoun South capped an undefeated run through the 10-day tournament.

    Front row, from left, are Casey Cook, Zach Hoenig, Danny Dornan, Luke Mawyer, Jaden Keuhner and Grant Switzer. Middle row consists of Michael Meglio, Sean Kelsey, Carson Trent, Devon Zavacky, Brandon Egress (obscured), Jonathon Lemieux and Danny Sweeney. Back row are coaches Rich Kelsey and Bob Hoenig, and manager Kevin Mawyer.

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