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Saturday, March 16
Softball - Battle of Ashburn
-Stone Bridge 3, Briar Woods 0
-Broad Run 7, Briar Woods 6
-Stone Bridge 14, Broad Run 1 (5 inn.)
Friday, March 15
-Loudoun Valley 4, Loudoun County 2
-Heritage 16, Park View 0 (5 inn.): Zach Turner pitches a complete game, 2-hit shutout, and goes deep for the Pride in their victory over Park View. Turner's home run capped a 6-run first inning for the Pride. Camden Abbey has a perfect night at the plate going 4-4 coming up a triple short of the cycle. The Pride move to 2-0 on the year and 2-0 in the Dulles District.
Zach Turner: CG, 5IP, 10 Ks, 2 BB, 2 H
Zach Turner- 1-3, HR, R, 2RBI
Lorenzo Calderon- 2-2, 2b, 3b, BB, 2R, 2SB, RBI
Zack Hopeck- 0-1, HP, BB, 2R
Nick Fuhrmann- 2-4, 2R, 2RBI
Camden Abbey- 4-4, 2 2b's, HR, 3RBI, 2 R
Nick Soto- 0-1, BB, R
Tyler Richards- 1-4, R, RBI
Matt Gloger- 0-0 BB, R
Jack Howard- 1-2, 2B, 2R
Matt Foster- 0-0, R
Ty Kobylinski- 1-1, 2B, R, 2RBI
-Woodgrove 6, Briar Woods 0: Woodgrove opened up its season with a 6-0 victory over Briar Woods. Sophomore starter Kaleb Bowman recorded the win, going 5 strong innings while scattering 3 hits with 6 K’s and no walks. Offensively, the Wolverines were led by junior Matt Jeffery who had 2 doubles and 2 RBI. Sophomore Dillon Serley, junior Matt Wright, junior Josh Sweet and senior Trevor Pike had a hit apiece on the night, too.
-Loudoun County 10, Loudoun Valley 1: The Lady Raiders got off to a slow start, but their bats heated up in the 5th inning after Kiley Jacobus hit another out-of-the-park home run, her 2nd in as many games. Kiley also had a base hit and 2 RBIs. Adding to the list of home run hitters was Delaney Turner. Delaney helped add to the score with a Double and 2 RBIs. Contributing to the rally was Courtney Amos with 1 Double, 1 RBI; Sarah Fadeley 1 Double, 1 base hit and 1 RBI; Brittney Platt 1 Double and 1 RBI; Abby Lamb 1 Double and 1 RBI. Kayleigh Kent 2 base hits; and Becca Tatara 1 base hit. Kiley improved to 2-0 in the pitching circle, striking out seven.
-Briar Woods 1, Millbrook 0
-Heritage 9, Park View 0
R. Harrelldef. S. Mawla 8-1
B. Curley def. C. Tran 8-1
O. Stayrook def. T. Pham 8-1
A. Whitehouse def. J. Noboa 8-0
S. Castro def. S. Ahmed 8-1
J. Miller def. D. Hessler 8-1
R.Harrell/B.Curley def. Mawla/Tian 8-0
O.Stayrook/S.Castro def. Pham/Noboa 8-4
A.Whitehouse/C.Fabian def. Siwakorn/Ahmed 8-2
-Stone Bridge 8, Fairfax 0: Stone Bridge improved to 5-0 overall and 3-0 in the AAA Liberty District. The Bulldogs play at Langley on March 18.
1. Emily Morgan vs M. Ferraro 10-8
2. Samantha Venable vs. J. Miers 10-1
3. Rebecca Shaw vs J. Budynas 10-0
4. Danielle Mostert vs. K. Nguyen 10-7
5. Alex Wang vs. S. Patel 10-4
6. Sahithi Kalvakota vs K. Shin 10-0
1. Morgan/Shaw vs Ferraro/Budynas 8-2
2. Venable/Mostert vs. Miers/Patel 8-2
3. Wang/Klvakota vs. Nguyen/Shin 5-2 (suspended due to lights)
Thursday, March 14
-Broad Run 20, Park View 0 (5 inn.): The Spartans had their first home game of the season and came out on top with a 20-0, mercy rule victory over the Patriots in five innings. With the win, the Spartans improve their record to 1-1 on the season.
The Spartans top highlight on the evening was the pitching of senior Cole Taggert. Taggert fired a no-hitter on the mound for the Spartans to earn his first high school win for Broad Run. Throwing 65 pitches for the game, Taggert struck out 7 on the evening and walked none.
Offensively, the Spartans pounded out 15 hits on the night. Senior First Baseman Matt McCluskey had 3 hits (double), Senior Outfielder Thomas O'Brien had 2 hits (triple, double), Senior Michael Kennedy had 2 hits, Junior Michael Martinez had 2 hits, and Sophomore leadoff hitter Michael Johnson had 2 hits (double).
-Tuscarora 11, Dominion 7: With Dominion holding a 7-3 lead, Tuscarora plated 8 runs in the bottom of the 6th to take the lead. Freshman pitcher Bryce Pearson earned his first varsity win, pitching 2 innings of relief work. Offensively, Gavin Wall went 1 for 2 with 2 SB and 2 runs scored, Dominick Marinelli was 1 for 4 with a SB and 2 runs scored, Brady Kaplan went 1 for 3, Ben Taylor had 2 rbi's, and Nicky Lang was 1 for 4 with double and a run scored.
-Dominion 28. J.E.B. Stuart 0
-Stone Bridge 1, West Springfield 0: Stone Bridge opened its season with a 1-0 win at home against West Springfield. Senior defender Brendan Smedley scored off a throw-in from Eamon Finan two and half minutes into the second half to help lead the team to its opening season win. Senior goalkeeper Gene Yim came up big for Stone Bridge making several key saves in the second half to secure the victory. The Bulldogs now stand at 1-0 on the season and will play again March 19 at home against Robinson at 7 p.m.
-Briar Woods 3, Millbrook 1: Briar Woods opened the season at Millbrook High School on cold chilly night coming out on top 3-1. The offense had 3 different players who scored Elizabeth Reid , McKensey Ziegler and Emma Quirk. Rayven Conner had 2 assist and Nicki Batt had the other assist. The Falcons defense was lead by Lauren Kelly and Tori Panzica and also Nicki Batt. Goalie Tori Riopelle did a great job in the net for the Lady Falcons with 4 saves.
-Stone Bridge 4, West Springfield 1: Senior Ashley Herndon started the scoring for the Bulldogs by scoring the first goal less than 3 minutes into the game. Her goal came off a pass from senior Murielle Tiernan. Herndon and Tiernan connected again in the 15th minute of the game for Herndon's second goal. Tiernan rounded out the scoring in the first half by scoring the third goal off a throw in from junior defender Megan Della Penna.
West Springfield scored in the second half. The Bulldogs responded by scoring again. Della Penna crossed the ball into the goal area for Freshman forward Brigitte Deel to finish it. Great defense was played by Carson Cyphers, Ariana Alston, Briana Alston, and Corinne Giroux. Junior Goalkeeper Natalie Grundler recorded 2 saves. The Bulldogs record is 1-0 overall and will play at Robinson March 20.
Goals: Herndon (2), Tiernan, Deel
Assists: Tiernan (2), Della Penna (2)
Saves: Grundler (2)
-Loudoun County 18, Heritage 5
-Loudoun County 21, Heritage 4: Thursday was a cold, cold day. The Lady Raiders traveled to Heritage to take on the Pride for the Battle of the Burg. The Raiders started strong and continued to dominate throughout the game, defeating Heritage with a score of 21-4. Scoring for the Raiders: Seniors, captain Haley Knudsen (8g) and Jess Ku (1g) Juniors Megan Norris (2g), Alex Lord (1g 2a) and Julia DeBoard (4g), Sophomore Erica Beal (1g) and Freshmen Katie Orrison (1g 2a), Hannah King (2g) and Jackie Rexrode (1 g). The defense denied access to their Goalie, Maddy Wheeler (4 saves) with leadership from Senior captain Stephanie Schulze and Sophomore Erica Beal. The Lady Raiders will host Patriot March 18 at 6 p.m.
-Dominion 9, Champe 0
-Loudoun County 5, Loudoun Valley 4
Wednesday, March 13
-Heritage 11, Tuscarora 4: Heritage opens with a win on the road. Zack Hopeck pitches a complete game, taking a no-hitter into the fifth before surrendering his first hit. Hopeck allowed 3 hits on the night, walking 2 and hitting 2 batters, while striking out 5 and allowing 3 earned runs. The Pride head to Park View Friday in another Dulles District contest at 6 p.m.
Lorenzo Calderon- 1-4, BB, 2 R, 2 SB
Zack Hopeck - 0-2, 3 BB, 2 R, RBI
Camden Abbey - 1-2, 2 HP, BB, 1b, OBE, R
Brandall Peters - 2-2, 2 BB, R, RBI
Tyler Richards - 1-4, 2b RBI, 2 RBI
Zach Turner - 1-4, 2 R, OBE
-Freedom 7, Potomac Falls 2: Freedom improves to 2-0 on the year behind solid pitching and production at the plate. Offensively, the Eagles had 13 hits on the night, including 3-hit nights by SO Catcher Garrett St Laurent (3-4, 2R, 2 2B) and Colin Dean (3-3, 2 RBI, BB). On the mound, starter Stephen Ellwood went 3 innings, scattering four hits and 2 Runs. Zach Newell (1-0) came in for the final 4 innings, giving up four hits, while striking out 6.
Garrett St Laurent (3-4, 2R, 2 2B)
Colin Dean (3-3, 2 RBI, BB)
Jake Anderson (2-3, 3B, 2 RBI)
-Broad Run 7, Woodgrove 0: The Spartans won their season opener. Goalies Andrew Davies (five saves) and Justin Clarke (two) combined on the shutout.
BRHS Goals: Michael Margulis (3), Chris Lewis (2), Evan Kalaris, Sean Gwatizido
BRHS Assists:Evan Kalaris, JP Reategui (2), Mike Margulis, Sammy Sergi, Ryan Mayolo (2)
-Loudoun County 2, Potomac Falls 0: Allison Littel and Cayleen Smith both scored off assists from Emily Littell.
-Chantilly 14, Broad Run 2
-Stone Bridge 15, Briar Woods 2
Dylan Maltz, A, Sr - 4g 2a
Gus Capace, A, So - 6g
Logan Lambke, M, Sr - 3g
Jeremy Wirth, A, Sr - 1g 1a
Bill Stratton, M, Sr - 1a
Jono Schulein, M, Sr - 1g
Alex Conlon, M, Jr - 1a
Brian Failor, G, Jr - 14 saves
-John Champe 8, Clarke County 1
-Stone Bridge 7, Madison 2: The Bulldogs improved to 4-0 overall and 2-0 in the AAA Liberty District. Stone Bridge hosts Fairfax on Friday afternoon.
Singles (SB first)
1. Emily Morgan vs Sarah Hudson 8-2
2. Samantha Venable vs. Jordan Hamah 8-0
3. Rebecca Shaw vs Natalie Beden 8-4
4. Alex Wang vs. Karly Castellan 6-8
5. Danielle Mostert vs. Cara Lewis 8-3
6. Sahithi Kalvakota vs Kelsey Rearden 8-6
1. Morgan/Shaw vs Beden/Hudson 8-1
2. Kalvakota/Venable vs. Hamah/Castellan 8-9
3. Wang/Mostert vs. Lewis/Reardan 3-8
Tuesday, March 12
-Loudoun Valley 4, Champe 1: Peart (two), Kitto and Kokolis were the goal scorers for Valley.
-Loudoun County 11, Tuscarora 7: The game was scheduled to be played at LCHS but was moved to THS turf field due to heavy rains earlier in the day. The Raiders were led offensivley by senior captain Haley Knudsen (2g, 4a), juniors Megan Norris (1g, 1a) and Alex Lord (3g), and freshman Katie Orrison (5g, 2a). County's defense held strong led by senior captain Stephanie Schulze. Sophomore Maddy Wheeler had an impressive game in goal. The Lady Raiders travel to Heritage on Thursday to continue their "Battle for the Burg".
-Heritage 7, Woodgrove 2
1) R. Harrell def. W. Koester 8-4
2) B. Curley def. B. Browning 8-1
3) O. Stayrook def. D. Juan 8-2
4) A. Whitehouse def. S. Clark 8-4
5) S. Castro def. M. Lokie 8-3
6) J. Miller lost to J. Gatling 8-5
1) R. Harrell/B. Curley def. W. Koester/D. Juan 8-5
2) S. Castro/A.Whitehouse def. B. Browning/B. Carpenter 9-7
3) C. Fabian/T. Carlat lost to S. Clark/M.Harris 8-4
-Woodgrove 7, Heritage 2
1. S. Purnell vs April Pineda 8-1 WHS
2. R. Hoyle vs Amy Booth 8-1 WHS
3. C. Abramson vs Allie Menefee 3-8 HHS
4. C. Miller vs Lyna Lam 8-8 (7-9) HHS
5. A. Mendonca vs Kelly Mullin 8-1 WHS
6. R. Reece vs Katie Lee 8-2 WHS
1. Purnell & Abramson vs Kelly Rudman & April Pineda 8-5 WHS
2. Hoyle & Miller vs Grace Manser & Emily Thomas 8-2 WHS
3. Mendonca & Reece vs Swati Perepa & Megan Kozlowski 8-3 WHS
-Stone Bridge 9, Briar Woods 0: Stone Bridge defeated Briar Woods in the first round of the "Battle of Ashburn". Stone Bridge (3-0) will play second part of the Battle of Ashburn April 3 at Broad Run.
1. Emily Morgan vs Dorsa Siahatgar 8-2
2. Samantha Venable vs. Lalitha Gollapally 8-2
3. Rebecca Shaw vs Noelle Ihanainen 8-6
4. Alex Wang vs. Tracey Otieno 8-4
5. Danielle Mostert vs. Priyanka Rayapudi 8-1
6. Sahithi Kalvakota vs Symren Sanhera 8-0
1. Morgan/Venable vs Siahatgar/Gollapally 8-0
2. Kalvakota/Shaw vs. Ihanainen/Rebecca Hang 8-4
3. Wang/Mostert vs. Otieno/Rayapudi 8-4
Monday, March 11
-Loudoun County 7, Millbrook 6
-Freedom 8, GarField 0: Freedom opened the year with pitchers Ryan Adams, Stephen Ellwood, Kyle Wrighte and Tyler Beck combining on a 2-hit shutout. The Eagles were led at the plate with a multi-hit night by Zach Newell (2-4, 2 runs) and Kevin Dean (2-3, 2 RBI).
-Paul VI 9, Broad Run 5: Joe Delahaba, Cole Taggert, Thomas O'Brien and Michael Martinez each had multiple-hit games for the Spartans.
-James Wood 6, Tuscarora 0: Starting pitcher Liam Marshall Brown struck out five and allowed two unearned runs in three-plus innings for the Huskies. Kevin Yost allowed four unearned runs in relief. Ryan Wilson, Matt Keyser, Nicky Lang and Dalton Wagner each delivered hits. Wilson also added a pair of stolen bases.
-Loudoun County 10, Millbrook 0 (5 inn.): Senior Kiley Jacobus struck out seven and allowed just two hits to earn the pitching win. Jacobus also homered and drove in five runs at the plate. Delaney Turner, Courtney Amos, Sarah Fadeley, Brittney Platt, Kayleigh Kent and Abby Lamb also produced hits.
-Potomac Falls 17, Heritage 8
-Loudoun Valley 22, Fauquier 2
-Loudoun County 8, Woodgrove 1
-John Champe 5, Park View 4: The first-year Knights win their opening match.
-Stone Bridge 9, South Lakes 0
-Woodgrove 7, Loudoun County 2
-Park View 6, John Champe 3
-Freedom 5, Heritage 4 score_sheet_March_11_2013_Heritage_ladies_tennis.pdf