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    Varsity Fall Sports Rewind

    Woodgrove High School won the 11-team Herndon Invitational Golf Tournament on Aug. 7. From left are Wolverine golfers Joey Eastman, Michael Briel (low medalist), Jack Klimek, Bobby Stribling and Alex Wilson.—Courtesy Photo
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    Thursday, Aug. 28

    Volleyball

    -John Champe 3, Brentsville 0

    -Loudoun Valley 3, Skyline 0

    -Potomac Falls 3, Heritage 1 (25-21, 27-29, 25-18, 25-21)

    PFHS stats
    Holly Carlton had 16 kills, 27 assists, 11 digs, 2 blocks, 3 aces and 13 service points
    Kylie Thomas had 15 kills, 17 assists, 16 digs, 3 aces and 9 service points
    Olivia Camera had 1 ace, 4 service points, and 20 digs
    Stefanie Mutter had 8 kills, 1 assist, 3 digs and 2 blocks
    Bailey Conner had 6 kills, 1 assist, and 4 blocks
    Tori Birks had 2 aces, 11 service points, 7 digs, 2 blocks and 4 kills
    Amanda Bisnath had 3 service points, 1 kill and 4 digs
    Molly Gloeckner had 1 kill, 3 aces, 10 service points, 13 digs and 1 assist
    Melanie Gonzalez had 3 service points, 6 digs, and 1 assist
    Kylie Miller had 1 dig and 4 kills



    Wednesday, Aug. 27

    Volleyball

    -Broad Run 3, Dominion 1

    -Loudoun County 3, Briar Woods 1 (7-25, 25-19, 25-20, 25-19)

    LC report: The Loudoun County Raiders opened their 2014 Season tonight with a 3-1 victory over Briar Woods High School. Congrats to Coach Sherrilyn Hanna for first victory as the new head Varsity Coach. County has now won 50 consecutive matches dating back to the 2012 season.

    The Raiders were led by Taylor Borup ( 25 kills, 1 assist, 1 block, 5 service points, and 6 digs ) ; Hannah Vandegrift ( 33 assists, 10 digs, 2 blocks, 3 service points and 1 kill ); Olivia Aycock ( 8 kills, 2 assists, 2 digs, and 2 blocks ); Madison Batts ( 6 kills, 3 digs and a block ); Emily Solis ( 24 digs, and 11 service points ); Rachael Cullen ( 12 digs, 4 aces, 1 assist, and 15 service points ) ; Rachel Voketaitis ( 4 kills, 2 blocks, and a dig ); Abby ( 1 kill, 2 blocks and 1 service point ); Lauren Topper ( 1 block ) ; Hannah Aycock ( 1 Kill ); Celine Nguyen ( 3 digs )

    The Raiders next match will be at Home, Wed. Sept. 3rd vs. Stone Bridge. 7 p.m.


    -Heritage 3, Tuscarora 2 (25-16, 22-25, 19-25, 25-21, 15-11)

    HHS stats
    Claire Lydon- 3 Aces/ 15 Kills/ 3 Blocks/ 25 Digs
    Madeline Emerald- 4 Aces/ 9 Kills/ 1 Block/ 7 Digs
    Peyton Hersey- 6 Aces/ 7 Kills/ 24 Digs
    Skyla Richardson- 8 Kills/ 2 Digs/ 3 Blocks
    Brittany Crammer- 4 Aces/ 10 Digs/ 21 Assists
    Jordan Weitzel- 1 Aces/ 2 Digs/ 17 Assists

    THS report: The Huskies squared off against their crosstown rival Heritage Pride. The Huskies again struggled with serve receive this evening dropping the first set quickly to a defensively solid Pride team. Tuscarora bounced back quickly in the second and third sets with convincing wins and looked to be running away with the match. Unforced errors crippled the Huskies in the fourth set and they were unable to recover in the deciding set.

    Husky highlights included Alexis Coombs delivering 18 kills while Sydney Garrell chipped in 12 kills of her own to lead the offense. Starting setter Vanessa Marinelli tweaked her back in the second set but the Husky offense didn't miss a beat as Alex Adkins stepped up and delivered 20 assists. Defensively Alexis, Sydney, and Lauren Frisicaro provided a solid defensive effort with 64 combined digs in the match. The Huskies will look to bounce back the home loss when they travel to the Pride's court next Tuesday

    Player of the Game: With the match tied at one set each, Alex Adkins stepped up to replace the injured Vanessa Marinelli and ran the offense seamlessly, distributing the ball to all of the hitters and keeping the Husky offense firing on all cylinders. Alex quickly tallied 20 assists, 5 service points, and a solo block in sets three and four. Great job Alex, you gave us an opportunity to win the match tonight!



    Tuesday, Aug. 26

    Volleyball

    -Rock Ridge 3, Stonewall Jackson 1

    -Tuscarora 3, Loudoun Valley 2 (18-25, 12-25, 25-12, 28-26, 15-12)

    THS report: The Huskies entered the jungle at Loudoun Valley and managed to scrape and claw their way to a 3-2 victory in their first regular season match. Valley jumped out to a quick 2-0 lead in the match as the Huskies struggled to find their identity as they seek to replace the six seniors that graduated.

    Sydney Garrell had a stellar night with 13 kills on 30 attempts while Alexxa Faison tossed in 12 kills on 18 attempts and Alexis Coombs tallied 10 kills on 29 attempts. While the team struggled with serve receive most of the night, Vanessa Marinelli scrambled around the court and tossed 33 assists on 79 attempts.

    Player of the Game: Sydney Garrell played an outstanding match against Loudoun Valley racking up a team leading 13 kills,14 digs, 9 service points, and a team high 38 service receptions. Nine of her 14 digs occurred in the 4th and 5th games of the match and were instrumental in securing the victory for Tuscarora. Great Job Sydney!


    -Dominion 3, Potomac Falls 1 (14-25, 25-23, 25-22, 25-20)

    PFHS stats
    Holly Carlton had 16 kills, 18 assists, 1 ace, 7 service points, and 8 digs
    Kylie Thomas had 12 kills, 15 assists, 1 ace, 6 service points, 1 block and 8 digs
    Bailey Conner had 7 kills, and 2 blocks
    Stefanie Mutter had 4 kills, 1 block and 4 digs
    Olivia Camera had 6 service points and 9 digs
    Melanie Gonzalez had 6 digs, 2 aces and 5 service points
    Molly Gloeckner had 6 service points and 5 digs
    Tori Birks had 1 block, and 2 digs
    Kylie Miller had 1 dig



    Monday, Aug. 25

    Volleyball

    -Stone Bridge 3, Heritage 0 (25-17, 25-10, 25-12)

    -Briar Woods 3, Washington & Lee 1

    -William Monroe 3, John Champe 1

    -Broad Run 3, Brooke Point 0 (25-10, 25-9, 25-13)

    BRHS stats
    Ashley Tupman: 16 assts, 2 kills, 6 aces
    Elise Dumouchelle: 7 aces, 14 kills, 2 digs, 2 assts
    Carmen Ritter: 4 aces, 4 kills, 3 blocks, 2 digs, 1 asst
    Ally Long: 3 kills, 7 assts
    Marisa Fanelli: 2 aces, 11 digs


    Golf

    -Conference 21 Mini Tournament

    1. Loudoun County (297)
    Zach Bolyard - 68
    Devon Teasdale - 73
    Paul Odenwaldt - 78
    Jake Cunningham - 78

    2. Dominion (304)
    Max Dyson - 70
    Kurt Funkhouser - 73
    Luke Esposito - 80
    Quinn Hollister - 81

    3. Heritage (305)
    Eli Newman - 73
    J.P. Aulbach - 73
    Nick Rentsch - 78
    Josh Petrillo - 81

    4. Sherando (307)

    5. Woodgrove (324)
    Jack Klimek - 79
    Joey Eastman - 81
    Alex Wilson - 81
    Michael Briel - 83

    6. James Wood (331)

    7. Millbrook (338)

    8. Park View (N/A)
    Jeremiah Burkel - 90
    Ngoc Po - 131
    Emma Carter - 134


    Thursday, Aug. 21

    Golf

    -Dominion 153, Rock Ridge 199 (nine holes)

    DHS
    Kurt Funkhouser - 36
    Kelvin Shen - 36
    Max Dyson - 40
    Luke Esposito/Quinn Hollister - 41

    RRHS
    Brandon Yoon - 37
    Sean Mullins - 52
    Conner Mullins - 55
    Jessica Howard - 55


    Monday, Aug. 18

    Golf

    -Six-team tournament hosted by Loudoun Valley

    LVHS report: The beautiful Creighton Farms let us a host a tournament with some of the top area schools. It was fantastic and a tough test for our young golfers.

    Brandon Weaver shot 74 and doubled the last to give the individual lead to Briar Woods' Joe Corlett. Brandon hit it in the thick stuff, tried to advance it until he was forced to take an unplayable lie.

    Centerville won the overall team title with solid play from there top four golfers. Briar Woods and Loudoun Valley rounded out the top three.

    1. Centerville (325)
    Kim-75
    Jun-77
    Cho-83
    Kielb-90

    2. Briar Woods (333)
    Corlett-73
    Frick-83
    Gilbrade-87
    Kielholtz-90

    3. Loudoun Valley (336)
    Weaver-74
    Lockhart-84
    Hammer-88
    White-90

    4. Loudoun County (337)
    Bolyard-82
    Cunningham-84
    Monastero- 84
    Graham-87

    5. Tuscarora (337)
    Truluk-75
    Stocks-79
    McHale-88
    Brouse-95


    -Dominion 156, John Champe 168 (nine holes)

    DHS
    Kurt Funkhouser-34
    Luke Esposito-37
    Max Dyson-42
    Kelvin Shen/Quinn Hollister-43

    JCHS
    Sean Boorom-39
    Matthew Chang-39
    Michael Kuhn-43
    Ken Pereira-47


    -Heritage 320, Woodgrove 341

    Team leaders: Nick Rentsch (HHS) 74; Jack Klimek (WHS) 75


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