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    Varsity Winter Sports Rewind

    First-year Rock Ridge High School defeated Freedom 63-50 in varsity boys’ basketball Dec. 3 to earn its first-ever win in its initial game.—Courtesy Photo
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    Saturday, Dec. 20

    Boys Basketball

    -Stone Bridge 67, Bishop Ireton 35

    -Woodgrove 45, Spring Mills 44

    WHS notes: The Woodgrove Wolverines team won the Nova Pennington Hardwood Classic at Spring Mills High School (W. Va.). On Dec. 19, the Wolverines beat the Hedgesville Eagles 55-50 in overtime after being down 15-4 after the first quarter.

    Matt Gilson led Woodgrove scoring with 18 points and 3 blocks and Prakash Ellis finished with 17 points, 4 blocks and 7 rebounds. Ryan Vacca also added 11 points in the win for the Wolverines.

    On Dec. 20, the Wolverines returned to West Virginia to play the Spring Mills Cardinals where they won a back and forth 45-44 nail biter when Junior Prakash Ellis made two clutch free throws in the final seconds to take the lead and win the game. Ellis finished with 15 points.

    Senior Matt Gilson again led all scorers with 17 points. Both Gilson and Ellis made the Nova Pennington Hardwood Classic All-Tournament Team.

    These tough fought wins improve Woodgrove's record to 7-2. The Wolverines next see action after the holidays on Jan. 6 when they host James Wood High School.


    Girls Basketball

    -Spotswood 68, Woodgrove 53

    -Madison 51, Stone Bridge 26

    SBHS notes: Bulldogs fought hard but were unable to overcome 23 points from Koshuta. Haley Breidenfeld and Gaby Gallegos paced the Bulldogs with 9 apiece.

    SB scoring: Breidenfeld 9, Gallegos 9, Leonhardt 2, O'Day 2, Madgwick 2, Hastings 2


    Wrestling

    -LCPS Championships
    Woodgrove - 232
    Broad Run- 226.5
    Freedom - 167
    Tuscarora - 160
    Stone Bridge - 128
    Loudoun Valley - 127
    Dominion - 121
    Potomac Falls - 99
    Briar Woods - 98
    John Champe - 89
    Heritage - 69
    Rock Ridge - 56
    Park View - 38


    Swimming

    -Boys: Potomac Falls 190, Woodgrove 95
    -Girls: Potomac Falls 155, Woodgrove 131

    Individual results: pfhs_vs_whs_meet_results.pdf


    -Boys: Dominion 170, Heritage 123
    -Girls: Dominion 156, Heritage 130

    -Boys: Briar Woods 172.5, Freedom 113.5
    -Girls: Freedom 171, Briar Woods 115

    -Boys: John Champe 197, Rock Ridge 61
    -Girls: John Champe 175, Rock Ridge 100



    Friday, Dec. 19

    Boys Basketball

    -Dominion 52, Loudoun Valley 50

    -Woodgrove 55, Hedgesville 50 (OT)

    -John Champe 77, Freedom 64

    -Loudoun County 61, Heritage 25

    -Stone Bridge 71, Oakton 54

    -Potomac Falls 71, Handley 63


    Girls Basketball

    -Freedom 45, John Champe 41

    -Robinson 49, Broad Run 43

    -Oakton 71, Stone Bridge 37

    -Loudoun County 80, Heritage 29

    LC 20-21-31-8 80; H 0-10-4-15 29

    LCHS: Brenneman 16, Tibbits 12, Gianelos 10, Villaflor 9, Knox 8, Gillis 5, Paige, Miller 4, Green 3, Szoka 3, Van Nuys 3, Klerekoper 2

    HHS: Ng 9, Moore 6, Silvernale 5, Overton 4, Mitchell 2, Rivers 2, Gray 1


    -Tuscarora 73, JEB Stuart 33

    THS 16-26-20-11 73; JEB 9-6-14-4 33

    THS (6-0) stats
    Alexis Bailey - 19 pts, 2 reb, 2 asst.
    Chloe Roach - 11 pts, 2 reb, 2 asst.
    Kelly Triolo - 11 pts, 2 reb.
    Kennedy Middleton - 8 pts, 3 reb, 3 asst.
    Jhade Aird - 6 pts, 3 reb.
    Megan Leonard - 6 pts.
    Corrianna Calloway - 4 pts, 2 reb.
    Rachel Nibbelink - 2 pts, 3 reb, 3 asst.
    Stephanie Akenzua - 2 pts, 3 reb.
    Lalique Parris - 2 pts.
    Ashley Leonard - 6 reb.
    Kiersten Hayes - 4 reb.


    -Woodgrove 75, Park View 40

    WHS notes: The Wolverines were led by Brooke Basinger with 26 points and 7 rebounds and Kylee Miller with 16 points, 7 steals, and 5 rebounds. Sarah Root added 11 points for Woodgrove and Jordan Wick finished with 9.

    Megan Eyinck - 5 pts 0-1 ft
    Brooke Basinger - 26 pts 10-14 ft 2/9 3s
    Maddie White - 2 pts 2-6 ft
    Sarah Root - 11 pts 1-2 ft
    Jordan Wick - 9 pts 5-5 ft
    Kylee Miller - 16 pts 4-6 ft
    Hallie Daughtry - 6 pts 2-4 ft


    Swimming

    -Boys: Broad Run 156, Tuscarora 124
    -Girls: Broad Run 172, Tuscarora 114



    Thursday, Dec. 18

    Boys Basketball

    -Woodgrove 59, Freedom 36

    -Briar Woods 76, Rock Ridge 64


    Girls Basketball

    -Briar Woods 69, Rock Ridge 31


    Gymnastics meet at Broad Run

    LCHS notes: Loudoun County finished 5th at the 6-team meet despite having only three girls compete due to illness and choral concerts.

    Competing in the All Around were Ashleigh Wright and Molly Chapman. Naomi DeRamus competed on the floor and beam. The team will take a break from competition over winter break and return to action Jan. 7 at Tuscarora.

    -Team results
    1. Tuscarora
    2. Potomac Falls
    3. Briar Woods
    4. Broad Run
    5. Loudoun County
    6. Park View

    -All-Around
    1. Claire Pettit (T) 35.500
    2. Julia Thoppil (T) 34.625
    3. Loren Barber (BW) 34.025
    4. Alyssa Del Prete (PF) 33.600
    5. Jordan Smith (PF) 33.575
    T6. Becca Hang (BW) 33.100
    T6. Hannah Black (BR) 33.100



    Wednesday, Dec. 17

    Boys Basketball

    -Woodgrove 62, Heritage 57

    -Loudoun County 60, Sherando 57

    -Briar Woods 64, Patriot 62

    -Millbrook 75, Park View 48


    Girls Basketball

    -Woodgrove 66, Heritage 46

    -Loudoun County 58, Sherando 47

    -Millbrook 75, Park View 39

    -Tuscarora 54, Patriot 48

    THS 17-11-13-13 54; PHS 3-10-14-21 48

    THS notes: Chloe Roach sets new Tuscarora school records for FTs made in game with 16 and points in a game with 28.

    THS (5-0) stats
    Chloe Roach - 28 pts, 9 reb, 2 asst.
    Megan Leonard - 12 pts, 3 reb.
    Alexis Bailey - 5 pts, 5 reb, 2 asst.
    Kennedy Middleton - 4 pts, 5 reb.
    Jhade Aird - 3 pts, 2 reb.
    Lalique Parris - 2 pts, 2 reb.
    Ashley Leonard - 7 reb.
    Kelly Troilo - 2 reb.
    Kiersten Hayes - 2 reb.


    -John Champe 45, Briar Woods 37

    JCHS 16-10-8-11 45; BWHS 9-3-12-13 37

    JC: Ja'che Malone 14, Alexis Ali 11, Blair Thompson 9, Clara Novalis 7, Callie Fernandez 4

    BW: Rascoe 9, Conner 8, Sparks 8, Nau 7, Castro 5



    Tuesday, Dec. 16

    Boys Basketball

    -Potomac Falls 75, Dominion 45

    -Stone Bridge 76, McLean 38

    -John Champe 58, Rock Ridge 54


    Girls Basketball

    -Dominion 55, Potomac Falls 22

    -Loudoun Valley 81, Hedgesville 17

    -McLean 55, Stone Bridge 43

    -John Champe 65, Rock Ridge 22

    JCHS 19-15-17-14 65; RRHS 2-8-4-8 22

    JCHS notes: Junior Ja'che Malone scored a career high and school record 30 points and added 13 rebounds to lead Champe over Rock Ridge.

    JC: Ja'che Malone 30, Clara Novalis 18, Alexis Ali 12, Karlie Harman 2, Adaya Queen 2, Blair Thompson 1

    RR: Dean 12, Hollis 4, Schmid 2, Hinkamp 2, Jefferies 2


    Gymnastics

    -Pride place third

    HHS notes: The Heritage Pride found some success last night in a 6-team meet at Woodgrove. The team finished third behind Freedom and Loudoun Valley, but defeated Woodgrove, Rock Ridge and John Champe scoring a season-high 119.125.

    Two school records were broken by Courtney Walker. The new record was set on bars 8.15 and in the All Around 34.15. Courtney Placed 3rd All Around, 4th on vault, 3rd on bars, 3rd on beam and 4th on floor. Heidi Barrentos placed 9th on floor.

    Contributing to the team score were Kayla Griggs, who competed for the first time this season, Kailyn Mattingly, who increased her personal best in the all around, and Sydney Reich, who competed for the first time in the all around.

    The Pride will take some needed time off during winter break before resuming competition on Jan. 8th at Loudoun Valley starting at 6:30 p.m.



    Monday, Dec. 15

    Boys Basketball

    -Briar Woods 69, John Handley 63

    -Freedom 67, Heritage 52

    -James Monroe 72, John Champe 61

    -Osbourn 75, Potomac Falls 68

    -Millbrook 72, Loudoun Valley 58

    LVHS 11-17-12-18 58; MHS 10-20-20-22 72


    -Rock Ridge 50, Brentsville 30

    RRHS 8-8-19-15 50; BHS 3-9-9-9 30

    RRHS notes: The Phoenix took control of the game in the third quarter, putting up 19 points to the Tigers 9. Junior Monteral Jackson led the Phoenix with 12 points. Junior Justyn Tate also turned in a solid performance with 9.

    Rock Ridge will take on John Champe HS in a conference and district matchup on Tuesday at home at 7:15 pm.

    ROCK RIDGE (4-1) Jackson 12, Tate 9, Byas-Smith 7, Bell 5, Larsen 5, Caldwell 3, Allen 3, Mayur 3, Hasan 2, Bradley 1

    BRENTSVILLE (0-6) McMahan 5, Hutchens 3, Waddy 7, Wiedie 1, Rivenburg 14


    Girls Basketball

    -Osbourn 66, Rock Ridge 21

    -Heritage 59, Freedom 45

    HHS 18-12-22-7 59; FHS 8-18-10-9 45

    HHS stats
    Julia Ng - 17 pts, 3 asst, 2 reb, 2 steals
    Ashley Silvernale - 12 pts, 3 steals, 2 asst.
    Sam Sills - 11 pts, 8 reb, 2 asst.
    Jayla Rivers - 6 pts, 7 reb.
    Mariel Terry - 6 pts, 3 reb, 2 asst.
    Olivia Overton - 4 pts, 7 reb, 3 asst.
    Morgan Gray - 3 pts, 2 steals
    Jonique Mitchell - 3 reb, 2 asst.

    FHS scoring: Thomas 16, Tang 11, Hartless 8, Holmes 5, Kim 3, Kiel 2


    -John Handley 40, Briar Woods 33

    JH scoring: Smith 6, Worrel 22, Walker 2, Robinson 22

    BWHS stats
    Rascoe - 15 pts, 6 reb.
    Conner - 2 pts.
    Sparks - 4 pts, 5 reb.
    Castro - 6 pts.
    Sload - 4 asst.
    Jones - 4 pts, 3 reb.
    Nau - 2 pts, 7 reb.


    Saturday, Dec. 13

    Boys Basketball

    -Briar Woods 74, Fort Hill 42


    Wrestling

    -Vikings place second

    LVHS notes: Loudoun Valley finshed second at the Max Horz Duals. Cade Kiely (138) was champion and the tournament's most outstanding wrestler. Derek Rashid (120) and Mike Cypher (195) were also champions.

    Mrkanthony Quintana (220), Tyler Stipancic (145) and Andrew Crickenberger (106) had key victories and were runner-ups for the team. The Vikings will wrestle the LCPS Championship this coming weekend.


    Swimming

    -Boys: Dominion 185, Park View 94

    -Girls: Dominion 230, Park View 36

    Individual results: dominion_vs_park_view_swim_results_pdf.pdf


    Friday, Dec. 12

    Boys Basketball

    -Broad Run 62, Dominion 58 (OT)

    -Rock Ridge 59, Heritage 40

    -Potomac Falls 79, Loudoun Valley 68

    -Woodgrove 81, Park View 44

    -John Champe 52, Freedom 49

    -Stone Bridge 66, Madison 56

    -Osbourn 65, Tuscarora 47


    Girls Basketball

    -Dominion 30, Broad Run 29

    -Loudoun Valley 47, Potomac Falls 41

    -John Champe 35, Freedom 34

    JCHS 8-11-6-10 35; FHS 5-9-12-8 34

    Champe: Blair Thompson 16, Ja'che Malone 11, Alexis Ali 4, Clara Novalis 2, Callie Fernandes 2

    Freedom: Thomas 16, Hartless 10, Wolin 3, Holmes 2, Tang 2, Kim 1


    -Heritage 66, Rock Ridge 25

    HHS 22-20-16-8 66; RRHS 9-3-7-6 25

    HHS notes: Every member of the Heritage girls varsity team scored as the host Pride beat the Rock Ridge Phoenix. Heritage's defense continually hounded the Phoenix into numerous turnovers that resulted in easy scores and a 42-12 lead at halftime. Julia Ng led three Pride players in double figures with 18 points.

    HHS stats
    Olivia Overton - 7 pts, 3 rebs
    Mariel Terry - 10 pts, 8 rebs
    Samatha Sills - 4 pts, 4 rebs
    Jayla Rivers - 6 pts, 1 reb, 1 ast
    Ashley Silvernale - 10 pts, 3 rebs
    Melissa Meyers - 4 pts, 4 rebs
    Jonique Mitchell - 5 pts, 1 reb
    Julia Ng - 18 pts, 2 rebs, 2 ast
    Morgan Gray - 2 pts, 3 rebs, 1 ast


    -Woodgrove 79, Martinsburg (W. Va.) 45

    WHS 19-21-20-19 79; MHS 9-10-15-10 45

    WHS notes: The wolverines were led by Sarah Root with 18 points and 16 rebounds, Brooke Basinger with 18 points and 4 rebounds, Kylee Miller added 13 points and 5 rebounds period, Jordan Wick added 12 points. The Lady Wolverines are back in action at Heritage on Wednesday.

    Camryn Fagan - 4 points 2-2 ft
    Kaleigh Owen - 2 pts 0-2 ft
    Brooke Basinger - 18 pts 0-1ft, 2-3's
    Maddie White - 4 pts 0-0 ft
    Sarah Root - 18 pts 6-7 ft
    Jordan Wick - 12 pts 0-0ft, 2-3's
    Kylee Miller - 13 pts 4-6 ft, 1-3
    Hallie Daughtry - 8 pts 0-0 ft


    -Tuscarora 78, Osbourn 53

    THS 14-29-15-20 78; OHS 20-6-15-12 53

    THS (4-0) stats
    Alexis Bailey - 18 pts, 3 reb, 2 asst.
    Megan Leonard - 18 pts.
    Kennedy Middleton - 14 pts, 7 reb, 4 asst.
    Kelly Troilo - 9 pts.
    Kiersten Hayes - 7 pts.
    Chloe Roach - 6 pts, 5 reb, 2 asst.
    Lalique Parris - 6 pts, 2 reb.



    Thursday, Dec. 11

    Boys Basketball

    -John Champe 80, Brentsville 52

    -Sherando 71, Heritage 51


    Girls Basketball

    -Wakefield 63, Potomac Falls 38

    -Sherando 65, Heritage 43

    HHS 11-5-8-19 43; SHS 23-16-16-10 65

    HHS stat leaders
    Sam Sills - 14 pts, 9 reb.
    Jonique Mitchell - 7 pts, 4 steals, 3 reb.
    Jayla Rivers - 7 pts, 4 reb.
    Julia Ng - 6 pts, 3 reb.


    Wrestling

    -Dominion 36, John Champe 26
    -Dominion 46, Loudoun Valley 26

    DHS improves to 6-0.


    Gymnastics meet at John Champe

    -Team
    Tuscarora - 132.750
    Potomac Falls - 130.075
    Loudoun Valley - 124.950
    John Champe - 99.875
    Loudoun County - 85.700
    Rock Ridge - 45.200

    -All-Around
    Claire Pettit (Tuscarora) 35.700
    Morgan Marrocco (Potomac Falls) 34.550
    Helen Sternberg (Loudoun Valley) 34.300
    Julia Thoppil (Tuscarora) 33.475
    Jadyn West (Tuscarora) 33.300
    Alyssa Del Prete (Potomac Falls) 31.525

    -Floor Exercise
    Claire Pettit (Tuscarora) 8.875
    Helen Sternberg (Loudoun Valley) 8.650
    Katie Mendenhall (Loudoun Valley) 8.325
    Jadyn West (Tuscarora) 8.300
    Julia Thoppil (Tuscarora) 8.275
    Kayla Flanagan (Potomac Falls) 8.050

    -Balance Beam
    Claire Pettit (Tuscarora) 9.225
    Morgan Marrocco (Potomac Falls) 9.175
    Helen Sternberg (Loudoun Valley) 9.125
    Jadyn West (Tuscarora) 8.550
    Sydney Suter (John Champ) 8.500
    Julia Thoppil (Tuscarora) 8.250

    -Uneven Bars
    Claire Pettit (Tuscarora) 9.100
    Morgan Marrocco (Potomac Falls) 8.900
    McKenna Magoffin (Loudoun Valley) 8.400
    Julia Thoppil (Tuscarora) 8.175
    Jordan Smith (Potomac Falls) 8.150
    Helen Sternberg (Loudoun Valley) 7.900

    -Vault
    Jadyn West (Tuscarora) 8.875
    Julia Thoppil (Tuscarora) 8.775
    Lindsay Gallagher (Potomac Falls) 8.725
    Morgan Marrocco (Potomac Falls) 8.700
    Colleen Haines (Tuscarora) 8.675
    Helen Sternberg (Loudoun Valley) 8.625



    Wednesday, Dec. 10

    Boys Basketball

    -Briar Woods 73, Kettle Run 41

    -Potomac Falls 62, John Handley 51

    -James Wood 55, Park View 42

    -Millbrook 62, Loudoun County 31

    -Dominion 66, Woodgrove 38

    DHS improves to 4-1 on the season.

    -Broad Run 60, Loudoun Valley 59

    LV 16-17-13-13 59; BR 19-13-13-14 60

    LV notes: Senior Michael Irving led the Vikings with 19 points. Sophomore Jamir DeGree scored 13 points, while junior Trey McDyre added 10. The Vikings fall to 3-2 on the season.


    Girls Basketball

    -Millbrook 57, Loudoun County 49

    -James Wood 71, Park View 28

    -Woodgrove 59, Dominion 31

    WHS notes: Woodgrove was led by Brook Basinger with 21 points, Cameron Fagan with 10 points and 4 assists, and Sarah Root added 9 points and 9 rebounds. The Wolverines are back in action Friday night with their home opener versus the Martinsburg Bulldogs.

    WHS stats
    Camryn Fagan: 10 pts (1-2 FT), 4 assists 2 rebounds
    Kayleigh Owen: 3 pts (3-4 FT), 2 assists
    Megan Eyink: 2 pts
    Brooke Basinger: 21 pts (2-4 FT), 3 rebounds
    Sarah Root: 9 points (1-2 FT), 9 rebounds
    Jordan Wick: 8 points, 2 assists, 4 rebounds
    Kylee Miller: 4 points, 4 assists, 2 rebounds
    Jena Dunn: 2 points, 4 rebounds
    Hallie Daughtry: 5 rebounds


    -Loudoun Valley 56, Broad Run 43

    LV top scorers: Emily Thompson 17 (4-8 on 3 ptrs.), Lindsey Sweet 12, Rachel Bower 9

    BR top scorers: Mariah Leonard 23, jasmine Braswell 9, Nicole Braithwaite 6

    Rebounds: LV Rachel Bower 8, Kailey Liverman 6. BR: Mariah Leonard 10, Jasmine Braswell 7


    -Briar Woods 45, Kettle Run 34

    BWHS stats
    Rascoe - 14 pts, 7 reb.
    Sparks - 8 pts, 8 reb.
    Conner - 6 pts, 5 assists, 4 reb.
    Sload - 6 pts, 5 reb, 3 asst.
    Castro - 5 pts, 4 reb.
    Nau - 4 pts, 10 reb.
    Jones - 2 pts, 4 reb.


    -John Handley 61, John Champe 56

    JC 5-13-11-26 56; JH 17-14-16-14 61

    JC: Alexis Ali 15, Ja'che Malone 14, Blair Thompson 8, Alexis Smith 8, Clara Novalis 6, Karlie Harman 4.

    JH: Worrell 25, Robinson 17, Smith 11, Woodson 4, Walker 3, Kesler 1


    Gymnastics meet at Freedom

    HHS notes: Heritage picked up a win last night by defeating Park View at a 6-team meet at Freedom. The team was led by Courtney Walker who placed 5th on vault, 5th on beam, 7th on floor, 3rd on Bars and 3rd in the All Around.

    Heidi Barrientos placed 9th on floor and 10th All Around. Contributing to the team score were Kailyn Mattingly and Sydney Reich. Heritage will next be at Woodgrove on Dec. 16 at 6:30 p.m. for another 6-team meet.

    -Team
    Freedom - 139.650
    Briar Woods - 129.575
    Broad Run - 112.075
    Woodgrove - 111.50
    Heritage - 108.975
    ParK View - 67.00

    -All-Around
    Sydney Wrighte (Freedom) 38.225
    Anna Broussard (Freedom) 36.325
    Courtney Walker (Heritage) 33.800
    Sarah Snare (Woodgrove) 33.500
    Cara Fragala (Freedom) 33.275
    Loren Barber (Briar Woods) 32.550

    -Balance Beam
    Sydney Wrighte (Freedom) 9.625
    Anna Broussard (Freedom) 9.425
    Loren Barber (Briar Woods) 9.025
    Anna Baroody (Briar Woods) 8.900
    Courtney Walker (Heritage) 8.750
    Lexie Jimenez (Briar Woods) 8.625

    -Floor Exercise
    Sydney Wrighte (Freedom) 9.300
    Anna Broussard (Freedom) 9.200
    Cara Fragala (Freedom) 8.850
    Sarah Snare (Woodgrove) 8.600
    Becca Hang (Briar Woods) 8.600
    Loren Barber (Briar Woods) 8.350

    -Uneven Bars
    Sydney Wrighte (Freedom) 9.700
    Anna Broussard (Freedom) 8.500
    Courtney Walker (Heritage) 8.100
    Cara Fragala (Freedom) 8.000
    Sarah Snare (Woodgrove) 7.725
    Lexie Vicchio (Freedom) 7.250

    -Vault
    Sydney Wrighte (Freedom) 9.600
    Sydney Stotka (Freedom) 9.200
    Anna Broussard (Freedom) 9.200
    Loren Barber (Briar Woods) 8.900
    Lexie Jimenez (Briar Woods) 8.800
    Sarah Snare (Woodgrove) 8.800
    Courtney Walker (Heritage) 8.800


    Gymnastics meet at Oakton

    -Team scores
    Battlefield - 132.350
    Stone Bridge - 130.450
    Oakton - 125.175
    Fairfax - 124.450
    Madison - 105.425
    Falls Church - 62.750
    JEB Stuart - 44.000

    SBHS notes: Molly McCabe place 5th in the all around and 2nd on floor and 5th on vault. Kathryn Karasinski placed 7th in the all around and 3rd on floor.

    Jayne Murray placed 4th on balance beam and Pricilla Hall placed 6th on vault. We are very proud of the ladies and are off to a great start to the season.



    Tuesday, Dec. 9

    Boys Basketball

    -Stone Bridge 73, Chantilly 39

    -Potomac Falls 79, Heritage 57

    HHS notes: Heritage dropped its 5th straight game. Heritage Pride big man Justin Smith led the team in scoring with 13 points, but the Potomac Falls Panthers out-rebounded Heritage 43-19 and scored 44 points in the paint.

    With the Pride only hitting 9 of their 23 free throws, HHS falls to Potomac Falls, who has earned their second win of the season.


    Girls Basketball

    -John Champe 46, Briar Woods 41

    JC 11-15-2-18 46; BW 14-10-7-10 41

    JC: Ali 12, Thompson 10, Malone 10, Smith 8, Novalis 4, Harmon 2

    BW: Rascoe 20, Conner 7, Sparks 4, Castro 3, Nau 3, Sload 2, Jones 2


    -Heritage 41, Potomac Falls 32

    HHS 3-10-8-20 41; PFHS 5-11-5-11 32

    HHS notes: Tied 21-21 after 3 quarters, Heritage went on a 10-0 run to put away the Panthers in the fourth quarter. Freshman Julia Ng led all scorers with 16 points as the Pride got their 1st win of the season. Freshman Mariel Terry and senior Christina Smart added 7 points each.

    HHS stats
    Olivia Overton - 1 pts; 2 rebs
    Mariel Terry - 7 pts; 2 rebs
    Samantha Sills - 3 pts; 2 Rebs
    Julia Ng - 16 pts; 4 rebs
    Christina Smart - 7 pts; 1 reb; 2 assists
    Melissa Meyers - 2 pts
    Jonique Mitchell - 5 pts; 2 rebs


    -Chantilly 60, Stone Bridge 38

    CHS 20-6-17-15 60; SBHS 4-12-15-7 38

    SB: Addington 9, Cravens 9, Breidenfeld 7, Harwood 7, Madgwick 4, Leonhardt 2

    C: B. Ballam 9, O'Brien 9, Raven 8, Reeves 7, Acosta 6, Cloughery 5, Fowler 5, Gresham 4, Maxseiner 4, C. Ballam 3



    Monday, Dec. 8

    Boys Basketball

    -Dominion 48, James Wood 33

    -Tuscarora 82, Heritage 66

    -John Champe 63, Loudoun County 44

    -William Monroe 56, Rock Ridge 49

    -Briar Woods 71, Loudoun Valley 57

    BW 18-17-17-19 71; LV 11-15-14-17 57

    LVHS notes: The Vikings were led by Jamir Degree and Trey McDyre both contributing 9 points apiece. LV falls to 3-1 on the season.


    Girls Basketball

    -Freedom 52, Kettle Run 21

    -James Wood 58, Dominion 44

    -William Monroe 44, Rock Ridge 35

    -Handley 51, Potomac Falls 31

    -Briar Woods 46, Loudoun Valley 45

    BW: Rascoe 25, Sparks 11, Castro 4, Conner 2, Bostic 2, Nau 2

    LV: Bowyer 19, Thompson 13, Liverman 6, Fink 4, Graves 3

    Rebounds: LV - Rachel Bowyer 8; BW - Camille Nau 9


    -Tuscarora 54, Heritage 41

    HHS 14-6-9-12 41; THS 12-15-9-18 54

    THS leaders
    Alexis Bailey - 23 pts, 5 reb.
    Chloe Roach - 15 pts, 7 reb.
    Kelly Troilo - 6 pts.
    Jhade Aird - 5 pts, 7 reb.
    Megan Leonard - 2 pts, 4 reb, 6 asst.
    Kennedy Middleton - 4 reb, 4 asst.
    Ashley Leonard - 3 reb.
    Corrianna Calloway - 2 pts.

    HHS scoring
    Mariel Terry - 10
    Julia Ng - 10
    Sam Sills - 8
    Jayla River - 4
    Ashley Silvernale - 4
    Sydney Moore - 2
    Jonique Mitchell - 2



    Saturday, Dec. 6

    Boys Basketball

    -Tuscarora 90, J.E.B. Stuart 61

    -Loudoun Valley 87, Skyline 66

    SHS 17-11-18-20 66; LVHS 12-29-26-20 87

    LVHS notes: Junior guard Matt Eberhart went 7 for 8 from 3-point range to score 24 points, while Freshman Jalen Williams added 16 points and 7 assists. Sophomore Nick Ball chipped in 11 points and 7 assists.

    Senior Robert Fox started the second-quarter comeback by scoring 8 of his 10 points before halftime. The Vikings improve to 3-0 on the season.


    Girls Basketball

    -Loudoun Valley 43, Skyline 31

    LV top scorers: Emily Thompson 17, Lindsey Sweet 8, Kirsten Graves 7


    Wrestling

    -Raiders go 7-3 at Hedgesville Duals

    LCHS notes: Loudoun County went 7-3 at the Hedgesville Duals over the weekend. Seniors Luke Rivera (5-0) and Austin Pusterla (10-0) went undefeated. CJ Mills & Kyle Schlue went 9-1, and Adam Moreno went 8-2, Tyler Perlas & Roberto Martinez went 7-3.

    The Raiders will host rival Woodgrove on Thursday at 6 p.m. and will host the Duals for the Warriors on Saturday at 9 a.m.


    Swimming

    -Boys: Woodgrove 192, Park View 89
    -Girls: Woodgrove 218, Park View 52

    Results: pv_vs_wg_swim_results.pdf

    -Boys: Dominion 213, Rock Ridge 58
    -Girls: Dominion 188, Rock Ridge 91

    Results: DHSvRRHS_swim_results.pdf



    Friday, Dec. 5

    Boys Basketball

    -Tuscarora 91, West Potomac 66

    -Potomac Falls 61, Robinson 52

    -Broad Run 56, Loudoun County 42

    -John Champe 70, Skyline 38

    -Falls Church 69, Dominion 59

    -Westfield 55, Stone Bridge 50

    -Kettle Run 48, Park View 46

    KR 11-12-9-16 48; PV 10-11-7-18 46

    PVHS stats
    Roger Nicholas - 11 pts, 11 reb, 5 steals
    Justin Mooney - 11 pts, 12 reb.
    Mark Patrick - 9 pts, 2 asst, 2 steals
    Ziad Abdel-Mwala - 5 pts, 10 reb.
    Jonathan Baltimore - 10 pts, 3 reb.


    -Louodun Valley 72, Warren County 36

    WC 4-12-6-14 36; LV 12-23-14-23 72

    LVHS notes: Senior Michael Irving led all scorers with a game high 17 points, followed by Sophomore Nick Ball with 14 points and Freshmen Jalen Williams added 13 points and 4 assists.

    Junior Malcolm Miller added 7 pts and 10 rebounds while Junior Daniel Traub also chipped in 7 points. Vikings improve to 2-0 on the season.


    -Rock Ridge 66, Temple Baptist 47

    TB 13-13-14-7 47; RR 14-8-17-27 66

    RRHS notes: The Rock Ridge Phoenix fought back from a 26-22 halftime deficit by outscoring Temple Baptist 27-7 in the final period. Tony Goodwin and Tommy Caldwell provided 14-points each, while Sophomore Robert Byas-Smith came off the bench to add 10 for the Phoenix. Matt Stamps dominated for the Conquerors with 11 first half points.

    Rock Ridge will take on the Green Dragons of William Monroe High School on Dec. 8 in Ashburn. Rock Ridge will enter the game 2-0 while William Monroe boasts a 3-0 record in the early season Conference 28 matchup.

    ROCK RIDGE (2-0) Mayur 2, Caldwell 14, Goodwin 14, Tate 6, Jackson 9, Bell 4, Larsen 0, Compton 7, Byas-Smith 10, Page 0

    TEMPLE BAPTIST (3-5) Bass 14, Matt Stamps 13, Hussain 0, Sharma 6, Hibbeler 13, Mike Stamps 0, Brown 1


    Girls Basketball

    -Woodgrove 65, Freedom 54

    Loudoun County 75, Gar-Field 34

    -Kettle Run 29, Park View 27

    -Westfield 67, Stone Bridge 27

    SBHS: Breidenfeld 15, Harwood 5, Gallegos 4, Addington 2, Koch 2, Cravens 1

    WHS: Savoy 13, Martinez 12, E. McNamara 11, Little 10, Martin 8, Kearsley 7, N. McNamara 4, Dennis 2


    -Loudoun Valley 64, Warren County 30

    WC 7-6-4-13 30; LV 8-22-13-21 64

    LVHS (2-0) stats
    Emily Thompson - 15 pts, 3 reb, 2 asst, 6 steals
    Kailey Liverman - 14 pts, 10 reb, 2 blocks
    Lindsey Sweet - 8 pts, 2 asst, 2 steals
    Celine Fink - 7 pts, 5 reb, 3 steals
    Alex Van Zandt - 6 pts, 5 reb.
    Rachel Bowyer - 6 pts, 5 reb, 2 asst, 2 steals
    Kirsten Graves - 4 pts, 6 asst, 2 steals
    Caroline McDonald - 2 pts, 3 reb.


    -Tuscarora 66, Annandale 61

    A 19-8-18-16 61; T 15-14-9-28 66

    THS (2-0) stats
    Kennedy Middleton - 21 pts, 7 reb.
    Chloe Roach - 19 pts, 5 reb.
    Megan Leonard - 12 pts.
    Alexis Bailey - 8 pts, 4 asst.
    Jhade Aird - 4 pts, 4 asst.
    Rachel Nibbelink - 2 pts.
    Kelly Troilo - 3 reb.
    Ashley Leonard - 2 reb.


    -Broad Run 41, Heritage 35

    H: 11-2-11-11 35; BR: 13-10-3-15 41

    Broad Run (3-0): Leonard 17, Braswell 11, O'Brien 7, Ackerman 2, Braithwaite 1, Mattimore 1

    Three Point Goals: H 1 (Silvernale); BR 1 (O'Brien)

    Rebounds: BR 46 (Leonard 19, Braswell 8, O'Brien 4, Braithwaite 4, Mattimore 4, Ackerman 3, Nappier 3, Polk 1)

    Assists: BR 5 (Leonard 3, Braswell 1, Mattimore 1)

    Steals: BR 9 (O'Brien 2, Leonard 2, Braswell 2, Ackerman 1, Braithwaite 1, Mattimore 1)

    Blocks: BR 3 (Leonard 2, Braswell 1)

    HHS notes: Heritage girls fell short in storming back from 10 points down at half time to tie the game at the beginning of the 4th quarter. Broad Run scored the last 6 points of the game to pull away in the last 2 minutes to win 41-35. Julia Ng & Samantha Sills led Pride girls with 12 and 7 points each.

    Heritage Pride
    Julia Ng - 12 pts, 4 Rebounds
    Samatha Sills - 7 pts, 1 Rebound
    Christina Smart - 4 pts, 4 Rebounds
    Ashley Silvernale - 5 pts
    Sydney Moore - 4 pts, 3 Rebounds
    Morgan Gray - 1 pt
    Jayla Rivers - 2 pts


    Swimming

    -Boys: Potomac Falls 209, Tuscarora 76

    -Girls: Potomac Falls 149, Tuscarora 137



    Thursday, Dec. 4

    Boys Basketball

    -Broad Run 88, Heritage 56

    -Briar Woods 62, Loudoun County 41

    -Thomas Edison 74, Potomac Falls 62


    Girls Basketball

    -Dominion 32, Shenandoah Valley 28

    -Loudoun County 54, Thomas Jefferson 26

    -Broad Run 55, Hayfield 45

    Hayfield (1-2): Lott 15, King 14, Rheams 8, Asefa 3, Schipper 2, Kirby 2, Simmons 1

    Broad Run (2-0): Leonard 23, Braswell 18, Lynch 7, Nappier 2, O'Brien 2, Gallagher 2, Braithwaite 1

    H: 14-17-5-9 45; BR: 10-11-21-13 55

    Three Point Goals: H 5 (King 4, Rheams 1); BR 1 (Lynch)

    Rebounds: BR 42 (Leonard 22, Braswell 13, Mattimore 2, Braithwaite 2, O'Brien 2, Nappier 1)

    Assists: BR 9 (Leonard 3, Stahl 2, Braswell 1, Mattimore 1, Nappier 1, Ackerman 1)


    Gymnastics

    -Six-team meet at Loudoun Valley (individual results)

    Tuscarora - 134.300
    Freedom - 133.200
    Potomac Falls - 132.400
    Loudoun Valley - 124.150
    Broad Run - 106.750
    Park View - 51.900

    -Seven-team meet at Briar Woods (individual results)

    Stone Bridge - 128.650
    Briar Woods - 127.625
    John Champe - 116.600
    Heritage - 116.325
    Woodgrove - 112.375
    Loudoun County - 77.425
    Rock Ridge - 36.800



    Wednesday, Dec. 3

    Boys Basketball

    -Dominion 63, Legacy Christian 54

    -Woodgrove 72, Marshall 48

    -Rock Ridge 63, Freedom 50

    Rock Ridge cruised to a victory in the first varsity boys' basketball game in the school’s history. With 17 points from freshmen Tony Goodwin and 15 points from junior Monteral Jackson, the Phoenix dominated the court.

    Deontay Compton and Ayush Mayur added 8-points each as Rock Ridge stretched their lead to 23-points in the third quarter. Freshman guard Zyan Collins led the Eagles with 13 points.

    Rock Ridge will travel to Temple Baptist on Friday before returning home for their first conference game against William Monroe on Monday.

    ROCK RIDGE (1-0) Mayur 8, Hasan 0, Caldwell 2, Goodwin 17, Tate 2, Jackson 15, Bell 4, Larsen 5, Compton 8, Allen 0, Byas-Smith 2, Bradley 0, Page 0

    FREEDOM (0-1) Azzouz 0, Hall 11, Zyan Collins 13, Wittkamp 0, Rajan 0, Ebadi 3, Zachary Collins, 6, Nnawuba 3, Evans 8, Nielsen 0, Green 4, Billups 2


    Girls Basketball

    -Freedom 58, Rock Ridge 26

    -Fauquier 65, Park View 58

    PVHS top scorers
    Christina Adlam (SO) – 18 points
    Trisha Prosper (SR) – 10 points
    Lauryn Helstrom (SO) – 6 points
    Asia Summey (SO) – 6 points
    Courtney Goodwin (SR) – 4 points


    Tuesday, Dec. 2

    Boys Basketball

    -Park View 77, Legacy Christian 53

    PVHS leaders
    Jonathan Baltimore (JR) - 26 points
    Roger Nicholes (SR) - 21 points
    Justin Mooney(SR) – 14 rebounds


    -Loudoun Valley 63, Skyline 50

    Loudoun Valley was led by freshman point guard Jalen Williams with 15 points, followed by senior center Grant Frazier with 9 points.


    Girls Basketball

    -Dominion 46, Handley 38

    -Loudoun Valley 73, Skyline 35

    LVHS stats
    Rachel Bowyer - 12 pts, 4 reb.
    Emily Thompson - 27 pts, 6 asst, 3 reb, 2 steals
    Lindsey Sweet - 10 pts, 4 reb, 2 asst.
    Kailey Liverman - 8 pts, 2 reb, 2 steals
    Kristen Graves - 4 pts, 3 reb, 4 asst, 4 steals
    Brendy Garcia - 2 asst.
    Caroline McDonald - 4 pts, 5 reb.
    Mar Keane - 12 reb, 4 asst, 2 steals
    Celine Fink - 3 pts, 5 reb.
    Alex Van Zandt - 4 pts, 7 reb, 2 steals


    Monday, Dec. 1

    Boys Basketball

    -Tuscarora 105, Heritage 40

    -Dominion 71, Potomac Falls 68


    Girls Basketball

    -Potomac School 64 Park View 53

    -Broad Run 62, Christ Chapel Academy 16

    Broad Run wins season opener for the third straight season, and set a new school-record for points allowed in a game, breaking the previous record of 17 set in 2004-05.

    The team efforts were led by Mariah Leonard (24 pts, 8 steals, 5 reb, 2 asst) & Jasmine Braswell (8 pts, 7 reb, 5 steals, 3 assists).

    CC (0-1): Brown 12, Opoko 3, Wiley 1

    BR (1-0): Leonard 24, Braswell 8, Nappier 7, Lynch 6, O'Brien 5, Stahl 4, Polk 2, Braithwaite 2, Ackerman 2, Gallagher 2

    Three Point Goals: BR 4 (Lynch 2, O'Brien, Nappier)

    Free Throws: CC 8-12 (Brown 6-8, Opoko 1-2, Wiley 1-2); BR 2-2 (Leonard 2-2)

    CC: 2-3-5-6 16; BR: 17-19-20-6 62

    Rebounds: BR 28 (Braswell 7, Leonard 5, Stahl 3, Polk 3, Braithwaite 3, Ackerman 2, Gallagher 2, O'Brien 1, Lynch 1, Mattimore 1)

    Assists: BR 12 (Braswell 3, Ackerman 2, Leonard 2, O'Brien 1, Nappier 1, Stahl 1, Roberts 1, Mattimore 1)


    -Potomac Falls 45, Dominion 43

    PF notes: Down 29 to 8 at the 5 min. mark of the 3rd, Potomac Falls closes the game on 37 to 14 run to open the season with a great come from behind victory.

    The Panthers there were led by Jalyn Reid with 22 points 7 steals. Great contributions from Tori Birks with 8 points and 9 rebounds and Gianna Torres with 6 points and 5 steals. A tremendous effort by all of the girls tonight.

    Gianna Torres - 6 pts, 2 rebs, 2 assists, 5 steals
    Grace Deker - 3 rebs
    Alison Mihailovich - 1 reb
    Madison White - 1 reb
    Tori Birks - 8 pts, 9 rebs, 2 assists, 1 blk
    Toni Joy - 3 pts, 6 rebs, 1 steals
    Jennelle Cimbura - 2 pts, 1 reb
    Maggie Moorcones - 1 pt, 1 assist
    Sydney Sherman - 1 pt, 1 reb, 1 steal
    Jalyn Reid - 22 pts, 3 rebs, 3 assists, 7 steals
    Meg Helein - 2 pts, 3 rebs, 2 blks


    -Tuscarora 55, Heritage 37

    THS stats
    Kennedy Middleton - 14 pts, 7 reb.
    Alexis Bailey - 12 pts, 5 reb, 7 asst.
    Megan Leonard - 10 pts, 2 reb, 2 asst.
    Rachel Nibbelink - 7 pts.
    Kelly Troilo - 7 pts, 3 reb.
    Ashley Leonard - 3 pts, 5 reb.
    Jhade Aird - 2 pts, 7 reb.

    HHS stats
    Sydney Moore - 2 pts.
    Samantha Sills - 9 reb.
    Julia Ng - 18 pts.
    Ashley Silvernale - 4 pts.
    Christina Smart - 6 pts, 4 steals
    Morgan Gray - 2 pts.
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