Lightridge golf first win

The Lightridge Lightning defeated the Park View Patriots in a varsity golf match Thursday to earn their first win in their inaugural season.

Varsity teams from Loudoun County Public Schools competed in football, volleyball, field hockey and golf on Thursday.

Briar Woods, John Champe and Woodgrove each won football games Thursday night.

MARCH 25

Football

John Champe 49, Osbourn Park 0

Briar Woods 9, Potomac Falls 7

Woodgrove 35, Freedom 6

Warren County 49, Park View 15

Volleyball

Dominion 3, Independence 1

Loudoun Valley 3, Heritage 0

Riverside 3, Stone Bridge 1

Loudoun County 3, Tuscarora 1

Field hockey

Riverside 7, Briar Woods 1

Potomac Falls def. Woodgrove in shootout

Golf

Heritage 144, Loudoun County 147, Broad Run 178

-Heritage earns win on Senior Day. Joe Johnson of Heritage was low medalist with score of 32.

Lightridge earns first win

-First-year Lightridge defeated Park View to earn its first win in program history. Riley Kim of Lightridge was low medalist.

Battlefield 223, John Champe 262

-JCHS top six: Raedel 41, Cooper 41, Pham 41, Park 45, Keethler 46, Kreutel 48

Loudoun Valley 152, Tuscarora 152, Dominion 167

-Valley won the tiebreaker with birdies from Owen Cook and Jackson Ely on the playoff hole. Ronan Heykoop of Tuscarora earned low medalist honors with a 1-under 35.

Riverside 160, Stone Bridge 162

-SBHS report: The Stone Bridge Bulldogs lost a very close match to the Riverside Rams this afternoon at their home course at Lansdowne Resort. The match was played on the front nine, par 36 Norman Course.

Sophomore Gautham Bai Reddy of Stone Bridge and Vaughn McMeans of Riverside tied for the low medal score of even par 36. This was Gautham's lowest match score of his varsity career and he achieved this after hitting five fairways and seven greens in regulation. Congratulations to Gautham and Vaughn on a perfectly played match.

Also scoring for the Bulldogs were freshman Alisha Gupta who shot 40, also a high school record career low score; freshman Will Layton (43) and freshman Jennifer Osborne (43). Also playing for the bulldogs were junior Michael Miranda (44) and senior Kieran Modhera (52).

Each of the Bulldogs starting freshman had never played the Norman course prior to today, so their combined performance was admirable. Congratulations to the Rams but also congratulations to our very young Stone Bridge team for a great performance and learning experience.

Our next match is at Briar Woods High School's Brambleton Golf Course on Monday, March 29 at 3:30 pm. Playing for Stone Bridge will be Gautham Bai Reddy, Alisha Gupta, Will Layton, Jennifer Osborne, Michael Miranda and Daniel Heishman.

MARCH 24

Field hockey

Broad Run 1, Tuscarora 0

Dominion 3, Park View 0

Loudoun County 3, Heritage 2

Independence 6, Lightridge 0

Volleyball

John Champe 3, Unity Reed 0

Send varsity scores and recaps to clukat@loudountimes.com or on Twitter @LTMsports.

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