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Loudoun’s Varsity Spring Sports Rewind: March 17-21 games

The Broad Run Spartans started their varsity softball season on the right note, winning four games in two days March 17-18 at the Sports Plus Tournament.—Courtesy Photo
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Tuesday, March 21


-Loudoun County 6, Tuscarora 5

LC note: Raiders hold on for the 6-5 win over crosstown foe Tuscarora. Ben Bradford with the save.


-Loudoun County 13, Tuscarora 0 (5 inn.)

LC notes: Home runs by Kiley Turner and Kaly Garcia.

-Woodgrove 12, Harrisonburg 0 (5 inn.)

WHS report: Woodgrove was led by Camryn Dolby 4-4 (Double) with 5 RBI's, Emily Alexander 2-3 (Double) with 2 RBI's and Hannah Thomas 1-1 (Triple) and 2 RBI's.

Camryn Dolby pitches 4-;inning perfect game with 12 Strikeouts. Amanda Daniels pitches 1 inning with 3 Strikeouts for a combined no-hitter and perfect game with 15 Strikeouts.

Girls Soccer

-Woodgrove 2, Dominion 2 (OT)

Boys Lacrosse

-Woodgrove 20, Eastern View 9

Girls Lacrosse

-Woodgrove 13, Battlefield 8

Girls Tennis

-Tuscarora 7, Loudoun County 2

Monday, March 20


-Broad Run 2, Loudoun County 1 (12 inn.)

Boys Tennis

-Heritage 9, Dominion 0

1. Zach Sherman def. Markov 8-5
2. Ryan Harrell def. Hane 8-1
3. William Whitehouse def. Tavakoli 8-1
4. Rahul Sharma def. Molina 8-0
5. Aaron Klinge def. Day 8-0
6. Austin Little def. Vinyard 8-0

1. Harrell/Sharma def. Markov/Hane 8-3
2. Sherman/O’Brien def. Tavakoli/Molina 8-0
3. Whitehouse/Klinge def. Day/Vinyard 8-0

Girls Tennis

-Loudoun County 8, Loudoun Valley 1

LC note: The Raiders opened their season with a 8-1 win over LVHS. Great job ladies!

Saturday, March 18


-Broad Run 10, Essex 2

-Broad Run 7, Monacan 3

BR notes: Broad Run won a pair of games to complete the two-day Sports Plus Tournament in Chesterfield with an undefeated 4-0 record.

Pitchers Libby Griffis and Sara Kelly each went 2-0 to earn All-Tournament honors. Erin Cassidy was selected as Tournament MVP following her 6 for 11 performance at the plate.

-Briar Woods 11, Rappahannock 2

-Briar Woods 4, Fluvanna 3

BW report: Briar Woods swept a pair of games on the second day of the Sports Plus Tournament in Chesterfield.

Junior Julia Whaley scattered four hits and drove in four runs in the win over Rappahannock, while junior Macie Scott broke a 2-2 tie with an RBI single in the bottom of the sixth to help lift the Falcons past Fluvanna.

Whaley was named to the All-Tournament Team after collecting the win against Rappahannock and driving in eight runs over the four games.

Friday, March 17


-Briar Woods 7, Nandua 6

-King William 6, Briar Woods 5

BW report: Briar Woods opened its season with a split of two games at the Sports Plus Tournament in Chesterfield. Senior Amanda Nee hit a three-run home run with two outs in the top of the seventh to rally the Falcons past Nandua in the opener.

Briar Woods trailed 3-0 after one inning and 5-1 after five before mounting a comeback with three in the sixth and three in the seventh.

In their second game, the Falcons scored a run in the top of the sixth to take a 5-4 lead, but King William countered with two runs in the home half of the inning to claim the win.

-Broad Run 10, Northampton 0

-Broad Run 2, Monticello 1

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