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Loudoun’s Varsity Basketball Rewind: Feb. 4-6 games

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Saturday, Feb. 6

Boys Basketball

-Freedom 59, Woodgrove 54

-Tuscarora 68, Stone Bridge 63 (OT)

THS notes: Tuscarora wins an overtime thriller on the road versus Conference 14 foe Stone Bridge. Daniel Smith scored 18 points and Jamel Howard added 12.


Girls Basketball

-Loudoun Valley 53, Dominion 25

-Tuscarora 49, Stone Bridge 27

THS notes: Tuscarora (14-5, 6-0) extends Conference 14 winning streak to 18 games. Nine players scored for the Huskies, led by Chloe Roach's 12 points. Brenna Cochran pulled down seven rebounds in the win.



Friday, Feb. 5

Boys Basketball

-John Champe 87, Freedom 71

-Loudoun Valley 69, Woodgrove 38

-Rock Ridge 67, Riverside 58

-Heritage 73, Loudoun County 54

-Dominion 59, Park View 34

-Tuscarora 70, Briar Woods 61

-Stone Bridge 64, Potomac Falls 56 (story)

SB: Buckley 17, Curry 14, Jachimowski 11, Bohanon 10, Kling 10, Martin 2

PF: Sweeney 12, Tillman 11, Anderson 9, Cox 9, Misch 5, Walls 4, Nemer 3, Smith 3


Girls Basketball

-Woodgrove 50, Loudoun Valley 39

-Loudoun County 56, Heritage 27

-Freedom 47, John Champe 19

-Riverside 34, Rock Ridge 28

-Stone Bridge 52, Potomac Falls 31

-Dominion 48, Park View 44 (OT)

DHS notes: The Dominion Titans established a new school record for wins (13) in a regular season by beating their crosstown rival Park View Patriots in overtime. The victory gives the Titans a season record of 13-6 overall, 6-2 in Conference 21 East play.

A first-half run by the Patriots saw their outstanding junior guard Christina Adlam account for 21 points, providing the Patriots with a 28-21 halftime lead. The Titans cranked up the defense in the second half and overtime, holding held Adlam to five points the rest of the game.

Dominion's scoring was led by freshman post player Jackie Christ with 13 points, senior forward Amanda Valenzuela had 12 points, junior point guard Lyndsey May had 8 points and sophomore guard Emily Wajsgras added 7 points.

Freshman shooting guard Brooke Hartzel provided 5 points, and junior guard Eryn Dolan capped the scoring with 3 points.

The Patriots were led by Adlam's 26 points, and junior guard Lauryn Helstrom added 10 points. Junior center Abi Diallo contributed 3 points, senior guard Theresa Dimalanta added 2 points, Lindsey Long also added 2 points and sophomore forward Jordan Landrum finished with 1 point.


-Tuscarora 66, Briar Woods 38

THS (13-5, 5-0) stat leaders
Kennedy Middleton - 19 pts, 6 reb.
Chloe Roach - 12 pts, 3 reb, 5 asst.
Rachel Nibbelink - 12 pts, 5 reb, 2 asst.
Ashley Leonard - 8 pts, 7 reb, 2 asst.
De'Jah Robinson - 6 pts.
Allie Fitz - 3 pts, 3 reb.
Kiersten hayes - 2 pts, 3 reb, 2 asst.
Patricia McDaniel - 2 pts, 3 reb.
Shakima Machulski - 2 pts.
Brienna Gisseman - 4 reb.



Thursday, Feb. 4

Boys Basketball

-Rock Ridge 50, Park View 32

-Loudoun Valley 65, Heritage 53

LVHS notes: Sophomore Jordan Miller had 24 points, 5 rebounds and 5 steals, while Junior Nick ball had 17 points and 4 assists. The Vikings improve to 18-0.


Girls Basketball

-Loudoun County 69, Gar-Field 38

-Park View 45, Rock Ridge 30


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