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Loudoun’s Varsity Spring Sports Rewind: April 25-May 3 games

Tuesday, May 3

Baseball

-Dominion 2, Woodgrove 2 (game called in 5th inn. due to rain)

-Tuscarora 6, Broad Run 4

THS report: The Huskies improve to 12-4 and 3-2 in Conference 14 play. Senior Bryce Pearson earned the win on the mound - going 6 1/3 innings and giving up 4 runs on 6 hits, struck out 3, walked 3 and 1 HBP.

Joey Skov earned the save on the mound - pitching 2/3 inning and allowing no hits or runs.

Offensively, timely hits by JR Ben Knuff and SR Bryce Pearson helped break the game open.

Ben Knuff drove in the first two runs in the 4th on a single. Knuff finished the game 2-4 with 2 RBIs. Bryce Pearson drove in two runs on a double to CF in the 5th to extend the lead to 4-0. Pearson went 2-3 with 2 RBIs, run and a BB.

SR Dominick Marinelli had a good night as well going 2-3 with a walk and run. SR Noah Lacy was 1 for 2 with with 2 BB's, an RBI, and scored a run.

Joey Skov was 1-4 with a single and a run scored. David Drummond drove in a RBI on a fielders choice. Jonathan Lacy walked and scored a run.


Boys soccer

-Freedom 2, Riverside 2

-Woodgrove 3, Dominion 1

-Park View 1, John Champe 0

-Heritage 4, Loudoun Valley 0

-Rock Ridge 3, Loudoun County 2


Girls soccer

-Freedom 4, Riverside 0

-Dominion 1, Woodgrove 0

-John Champe 8, Park View 0

-Heritage 2, Loudoun Valley 2

-Loudoun County 5, Rock Ridge 1


Boys lacrosse

-Broad Run 11, Briar Woods 10

-Stone Bridge 20, John Champe 4

SBHS stats
Radford, M, Sr – 3g
Jachimowski, A, Sr – 3g
Giroux, A, Sr – 2g, 3a
Cole (N), A, So – 2g, 2a
Cole (D), A, Fr – 2g, 2a
Pehlke, A, Fr – 2g
Groton, A, Sr – 1g, 3a
Capace, M, So – 1g, 1a
Lamothe, M, Sr – 1g
Greason, M, Jr – 1g
Brown, M, Sr – 1g
Hunter, M, Sr – 1g
O’Day, M, Sr – 1a
Lee, M, Sr – 1a
Vazquez, G, Sr – 2 saves
Viadero, G, Jr – 4 saves


Girls lacrosse

-Broad Run 25, Briar Woods 18

-Tuscarora 16, Fauquier 8

-Marshall 20, Potomac Falls 17

-Stone Bridge 22, John Champe 16

JCHS report: Champe fought hard against Stone Bridge scoring 16 goals in a shootout. Sydney Suter tied the school record for most goals in a game with 7.

Annie Dunlap also tied the school record for most draw controls in a game with 15. Narie Kim had a strong day in goal with 8 saves, 2 ground balls and an interception.




Monday, May 2

Boys lacrosse

-Loudoun Valley 8, Riverside 7


Girls lacrosse

-Dominion 10, Loudoun County 6

-George Mason 25, Heritage 8


Boys tennis

-Loudoun County 6, Woodgrove 2

-John Champe 9, Riverside 0

Singles competition
1. Andres Armenta (JCHS) def. Connor Soh (RHS) 8-2
2. Victor Ding (JCHS) def. Collin Barbosa (RHS) 8-1
3. Colton Davies (JCHS) def. Anuj Upadhyaya (RHS) 8-0
4. Aashish Gatamaneni (JCHS) def. Kenny Yi (RHS) 8-1
5. Eric Betsill (JCHS) def. Julien Baumann (RHS) 8-1
6. Mackey Yan (JCHS) def. Ben Suoboda (RHS) 8-0

Doubles competition
1. Andres Armenta/Victor Ding (JCHS) def. Connor Soh/Collin Barbosa (RHS) 8-0
2. Colton Davies/Eric Betsill (JCHS) def. Anuj Upadhyaya/Kenny Yi (RHS) 8-3
3. Aashish Gatamaneni/Amith Nadipalli (JCHS) def. Kareem Elsharkawy/Hunter Hair (RHS) 8-2

Match Notes
John Champe (9-2, 5-0 Conf. 22)


Girls tennis

-Loudoun County 7, Woodgrove 2

-Riverside 6, John Champe 2

-Freedom 9, Loudoun Valley 0



Friday, April 29

Baseball

-Potomac Falls 1, Broad Run 0

-Loudoun County 10, Park View 0

LCHS highlight: Mike Mozeyko pitches a complete-game no-hitter for the Raiders.


-Briar Woods 10, Tuscarora 0

BWHS highlights: Caleb Barnes pitches a complete-game shutout and the Falcons (13-2, 4-0 in Conference 14) score 10 runs on 10 hits.


-Heritage 2, Rock Ridge 1

HHS highlights: Brent Smith goes the distance to earn pitching win - striking out seven. Smith (HR), Kyle Gotimer (double, run) and Chad Kohler (RBI) led the way offensively.


Softball

-John Champe 9, Dominion 3

-Broad Run 12, Potomac Falls 3

-Briar Woods 10, Tuscarora 7

-Rock Ridge 11, Heritage 6

-Battlefield 8, Stone Bridge 0

-Woodgrove 13, Freedom 0 (5 inn.)

WHS highlights: Woodgrove was led by Jenna Dunn (1-2, Grand Slam HR, 5 RBIs), Adrianna Erickson (1-1, HR, 3 RBIs), Alexa Dolby (1-3, HR, 3 RBIs) and Lexi Acton (2-3, 3 Runs, 2 RBIs). Camryn Dolby pitched a 1-hitter with 12 strikeouts.


Boys soccer

-Heritage 2, Rock Ridge 1

-Freedom 2, Woodgrove 1

-Dominion 0, John Champe 0

-Robinson 3, Briar Woods 2


Girls soccer

-Rock Ridge 2, Heritage 0

-John Champe 1, Dominion 0

-Freedom 1, Woodgrove 0


Boys lacrosse

-Tuscarora 11, Herndon 8

-Stone Bridge 19, Chantilly 7

SBHS stats
Cole (N), A, So – 4g, 1a
Radford, M, Sr – 3g, 1a
Cole (D), A, Fr – 3g, 1a
Jachimowski, A, Sr – 3g
McVean, M, Sr – 2g
Groton, A, Sr – 2g
Giroux, A, Sr – 1g, 1a
O’Day, M, Sr – 1g, 1a
Capace, M, So – 2a
Pehlke (M), A, Fr – 2a
Lamothe, M, Sr – 1a
Park, M, So – 1a
Vazquez, G, Sr – 4 saves
Viadero, G, Jr – 3 saves


Girls lacrosse

-Riverside 18, Brentsville 6

-Freedom 15, Broad Run 14

-Westfield 15, Briar Woods 5


Boys tennis

-Briar Woods 9, Tuscarora 0


Girls tennis

-Briar Woods 5, Tuscarora 4

-Broad Run 9, Potomac Falls 0



Thursday, April 28

Softball

-Loudoun Valley 13, Riverside 1 (6 inn.)

LVHS highlights: Erika Elias hits another home run and Tressa Kagarise earns pitching win.


Boys soccer

-Briar Woods 4, Stone Bridge 1

-Potomac Falls 2, Tuscarora 0

-Loudoun Valley 0, Riverside 0


Girls soccer

-Stone Bridge 1, Briar Woods 0

SBHS highlights: Stone Bridge wins on Senior Night. Jessie Dwyer scored the lone goal - assisted by Lindsay Gallagher. Nikita Sharif posted a shutout in goal.


-Potomac Falls 1, Tuscarora 1

THS highlights: Maddie Sheehan scored off of Dascheka Kolcum's assist. Courtenay Kaplan made 14 saves.


Boys lacrosse

-Dominion 10, Woodgrove 7 (story)

-John Champe 11, Fauquier 9

-Freedom 18, Eastern View 9

-Rock Ridge 12, Wakefield 11


Girls lacrosse

-Woodgrove 14, Dominion 8 (story)

-Freedom 20, Eastern View 8

-Riverside 20, Heritage 8

-Rock Ridge 17, Wakefield 3

-Chantilly 10, Stone Bridge 8

-Herndon 13, Broad Run 11

-John Champe 14, Fauquier 8

JCHS report: The Knights won a hard fought game against Fauquier. Scoring for the Knights were Annie Dunlap (5), Shea Tarring (3), Natalie Kang (2), Lindsay Smith (2), Sydney Suter and Ava St. Laurent.

Ava St. Laurent also had 5 assists. Annie Dunlap had 7 draw controls, Natalie Kang had 4 ground balls, and Annie, Sydney and Ashley Risinger each had two caused turnovers. In goal, Narie Kim made 7 saves for the win.

Next game is Monday, May 2 at home vs. Culpeper where the Knights will honor their seniors.



Wednesday, April 27

Baseball

-John Champe 10, Fauquier 5

-Liberty 5, Rock Ridge 1

-Potomac Falls 1, Loudoun Valley 0

PFHS report: The Panthers completed the sweep of Loudoun Valley with a 1-0 win at Panther Park. Spencer Buehler pitched a complete game shutout only giving up one hit.

The Panthers only managed 2 hits but one of them was a solo blast in the fourth inning to left field by Justin Robles for his first home run of the season.

On the night, Buehler struck out five Vikings and only surrendered a bunt single. He was backed by some stellar plays in the field including a drive to center field that Robles tracked down in the seventh inning and a diving, game saving play by Brian Hopkins at short to end the game.

Tyler Cowden had the only other hit in the game as the Panthers improved to 10-3 on the season. Potomac Falls plays Broad Run at home on Friday and then finishes the week with Bridgeport and E.C. Glass on Saturday at home.

LVHS report: In a non-conference game between 4A Loudoun Valley and 5A Potomac Falls, Panthers' RHP Spencer Buehler tossed a 1-hit complete game shutout to outduel Viking senior RHP Kyle McMahill, who allowed just 2 hits and 2 BBs while striking out 4.

Both pitchers were impressive and benefited from strong team defense behind them in a game that was over in less than 90 minutes. Connor Reed had Loudoun Valley's only hit, a bunt single. LV fell to 11-3 on the season.


Softball

-Loudoun Valley 10, Potomac Falls 4

-Fauquier 9, John Champe 4


Boys soccer

-Kettle Run 4, Freedom 1

-Millbrook 6, Woodgrove 5


Girls soccer

-Freedom 4, Kettle Run 1

-Woodgrove 3, Millbrook 1


Boys lacrosse

-Riverside 10, Heritage 8

-Stone Bridge 14, Tuscarora 0

SBHS stats
Lamothe, M, Sr – 3g, 2a
Cole (N), A, So – 2g, 2a
Radford, M, Sr – 2g, 1a
Jachimowski, A, Sr – 2g
Greason, M, Jr – 2g
Cole (D), M, Fr – 2g
Groton, A, Sr – 1g, 1a
O’Day, M, Sr – 3a
Lee, A, Jr – 1a
Vazquez, G, Sr – 4 saves
Viadero, G, Jr – 2 saves


Girls lacrosse

-Potomac Falls 17, Loudoun Valley 6

-Stone Bridge 12, Tuscarora 5


Boys tennis

-Stone Bridge 8, Briar Woods 1

-Heritage 5, Loduoun Valley 4

-Rock Ridge 8, Loudoun County 1

-John Champe 9, Fauquier 0

Note: John Champe improves to 5-0 in Conference 22 play.

Singles competition
1. Andres Armenta (JC) def. John Synder 8-0
2. Victor Ding (JC) def. Ben Nesbit 8-0
3. Colton Davies (JC) def. Joe Barrett 8-1
4. Eric Betsill (JC) def. Britton Keith 8-5
5. Mackey Yan (JC) def. Stephen Dooley 8-1
6. Aashish Gatamaneni (JC) def. Masahisa Takahasi 8-1

Doubles competition
1. Andres Armenta/Victor Ding (JC) def. John Synder/Joe Barrett 8-1
2. Colton Davies/Eric Betsill (JC) def. Ben Nesbit/Britton Keith 8-4
3. Aashish Gatamaneni/Arjun Harer (JC) def. Masahisa Takahasi/Stephen Dooley 8-1


Girls tennis

-Stone Bridge 6, Briar Woods 3

-Heritage 6, Loudoun Valley 3

-Loudoun County 8, Rock Ridge 1

-Freedom 8, Kettle Run 1

-Fauquier 5, John Champe 4



Tuesday, April 26

Baseball

-Briar Woods 9, Broad Run 4

-Woodgrove 25, Park View 0 (5 inn.)

-Tuscarora 3, Stone Bridge 1 (8 inn.)

THS report: Tuscarora defeated Stone Bridge in an 8-inning thriller. Senior Bryce Pearson battled on the mound in the start, pitching 6 2/3 innings. He gave up one run on 2 hits, struck out 4 and walked 5.

Senior Joey Skov relieved Pearson to earn his first varsity win. Skov pitched the final 2 1/3 to secure the win.

Offensively, the Huskies pounded out 12 hits. The Huskies were led by senior Dominick Marinelli 3-4 with a 2B and sophomore David Drummond who was 3-4. Bryce Pearson was 2-4 and scored a run.

Joey Skov was 1-5 with the game-winning double in the top of the 8th plated two. Junior Ben Knuff was 1-4 and an RBI, Brent Breeden was 1-4 and scored a run. Cole Gabriele was 1-3 with a BB and scored a run.

The Huskies move to 11-3 and 2-1 in conference 14.


-Loudoun County 12, John Champe 2

LCHS highlights: Will Schroeder pitches complete game and hits for cycle. Ryan Askew and Bubba Carmichael with multiple hits.


-Loudoun Valley 3, Rock Ridge 2

LVHS report: The Vikings (11-2, 7-0 in Conference 21B) won at home in dramatic, walk-off fashion when sophomore Logan Cooper roped a single to left field with 2 outs and the bases loaded in the bottom of the 7th.

The inning started with singles off the bats of seniors Kurtis Meyer and Justin Ager. Senior Trey McDyre was later walked intentionally to load the bases for Cooper's big hit.

McDyre and senior TJ Holdredge each had a hit and scored a run earlier in the game. Meyer not only scored the winning run but also started and pitched 6 strong innings, striking out 5 and allowing just 2 earned runs.

Ager (6-1, 0.44 ERA) pitched a perfect top of the 7th, picked up the win in relief and added a sacrifice fly RBI earlier in the game that gave LV a brief 1-0 lead.

Rock Ridge displayed solid defense and strong pitching, and bounced back nicely after losing 14-0 to LV less than two weeks ago.


-Freedom 6, Heritage 5

Notes: Freedom scored twice in the bottom of the seventh inning to turn a 5-4 deficit into the one-run victory. Brent Smith (HR) and Brandon Keiper (triple) each drove home two runs for Heritage.


Softball

-Riverside 9, Dominion 8

-Heritage 9, Freedom 4

-Broad Run 5, Briar Woods 2

-Loudoun Valley 11, Rock Ridge 0 (5 inn.)

LVHS highlights: Erika Elias hits 2-run home run and Tressa Kagarise pitches shutout as Valley improves to 11-1.


-Woodgrove 30, Park View 0 (5 inn.)

WHS highlights: Emily Alexander, Alexa Dolby, Adrianna Erickson and Camryn Dolby homer for Woodgrove (12-1).


-John Champe 9, Loudoun County 3

JCHS highlights: Lily Skoug homered and Miranda Marck complete-game win.


-Stone Bridge 13, Tuscarora 9

SBHS highlights: Allison Kreyer, Leanne Koch and Emily Sappington each with 3 RBIs. Olivia Sappington and Emily Young each hit home runs.


Boys soccer

-Tuscarora 1, Chantilly 1

-Riverside 1, Dominion 0

-John Champe 2, Loudoun County 0

-Rock Ridge 3, Loudoun Valley 1

-Freedom 2, Heritage 1

FHS stats: Goal: Greg Paredes (from Brett DiNeen); Goal: Drew Pearson (from Daniel Grizzard); Saves: Quincy Stiles (8)


Girls soccer

-Loudoun County 2, John Champe 1

-Tuscarora 0, Chantilly 0

-Riverside 1, Dominion 0

-Rock Ridge 4, Loudoun Valley 2

-Freedom 2, Heritage 2


Boys lacrosse

-Potomac Falls 10, Robert E. Lee 4

-Lake Braddock 16, Broad Run 15 (OT)

-George Mason 19, Park View 4


Girls lacrosse

-Potomac Falls 21, Robert E. Lee 1

-Broad Run 18, Lake Braddock 11


Boys tennis

-Stone Bridge 9, Tuscarora 0

-John Champe 9, Park View 0

-Handley 9, Woodgrove 0


Girls tennis

-Stone Bridge 8, Tuscarora 1

-Broad Run 6, Briar Woods 2

-Riverside 5, George Mason 4




Monday, April 25

Baseball

-Riverside 8, Manassas Park 4

-Potomac Falls 8, Rock Ridge 3

PFHS report: The Panthers youth came through in their win over the Phoenix. Sophomores Drew Weidman and Grant Huller combined on the mound to shutdown Rock Ridge and Grant Griffith added two hits in his debut at third base.

Potomac Falls used a 6-run third inning to seal the victory. The Panthers banged out 5 hits in the inning with Nick Sweger hitting a 2 RBI double, Tyler Cowden getting an RBI double and Patrick Hartmann executing a suicide squeeze that resulted in an RBI single.

Brian Hopkins picked up three hits on the night with Trent Koerner. Hartmann and Griffith all collecting two hits apiece.

With 5 games this week, the Panthers turned to Weidman to make his first varsity start and the sophomore responded by going 5 innings, giving up one run on 5 hits with 2 strikeouts.

Grant Huller then relieved Weidman in the 6th inning for his first mound appearance and closed out the Phoenix striking out one while giving up 4 hits.

Potomac Falls takes on Loudoun Valley at Panther Park on Wednesday night.


Softball

-Riverside 16, Manassas Park 0

-Park View 8, J.E.B. Stuart 2

-Rock Ridge 9, Potomac Falls 5


Boys soccer

-Briar Woods 3, Potomac Falls 0

-Broad Run 3, Stone Bridge 2

BRHS stats
Goals: Nolan Poretz, Attila Buri, Michael Mayolo
Assists: Nolan Poretz, Wilder James, Nick Taylor
Saves: Jaleel Robinson (6)


Girls soccer

-Briar Woods 3, Potomac Falls 2

-Broad Run 1, Stone Bridge 0


Boys lacrosse

-Tuscarora 15, Wakefield 5

-Woodgrove 17, George Mason 2

-John Champe 19, Brentsville 8

-Freedom 16, Liberty 0

-Loudoun County 15, Riverside 12

-Loudoun Valley 20, Rock Ridge 5


Girls lacrosse

-Tuscarora 16, Wakefield 3

-Woodgrove 12, George Mason 10

-John Champe 20, Brentsville 7

-Freedom 17, Liberty 4

-Riverside 18, Loudoun County 13

-Loudoun Valley 21, Rock Ridge 12


Boys tennis

-Dominion 6, John Champe 3

-Woodgrove 6, Freedom 3

-Rock Ridge 6, Heritage 3

-Loudoun Valley 8, Riverside 1


Girls tennis

-Tuscarora 9, Potomac Falls 0

-Freedom 8, Woodgrove 1

-Heritage 6, Rock Ridge 3

-Riverside 5, Loudoun Valley 4


-Email varsity scores and recaps to Clukat at virginianewsgroup.com



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