<b>Reilly’s Two Passing Touchdowns Lead Woodson Over Westfield</b>
The W.T. Woodson varsity football team improved to 6-1 after its 28-7 victory against Concorde District powerhouse Westfield High School.
Senior quarterback Connor Reilly led the team with 196 passing yards, 39 rushing yards and two passing touchdowns.
Woodson’s defense held the Bulldogs to seven points and was lead by sacks from James Johnson and Tim Herberg.
The Cavaliers’ next game is on Oct. 9 against West Potomac High School.
<b>Rams Tennis To Host Tourney</b>
The Robinson Tennis Team will be hosting a the Fall Tennis Classic on Saturday, Oct 17 at Robinson Secondary School.
The tournament will be run in a shootout format over one day featuring consolation rounds and mini-sets.
Age divisions will be boys and girls 12 and under, boys and girls 14 and under and high school boys and girls.
The entry fee is $25 per person and checks should be made out to Robinson Boosters Club.
To enter or for more information, contact Robinson Tennis Coach Paul Fisher at email@example.com or 703-503-9337.
<b>Bruins Volleyball Shuts Down Mount Vernon, Lee</b>
After losing to 3-0 Oakton High School on Sept. 26, the Lake Braddock Secondary School varsity volleyball team has followed the loss by defeating their recent opponents without losing a single game.
On Oct. 1, the Bruins defeated Lee High School 3-0 and on Oct. 5 the team continued its streak by defeating Mount Vernon High School 3-0.
Stand outs during the Mount Vernon game include: Senior Megan Kelley who had six aces and two kills, Sophomore Catherine Jamshidi who had three kills, one dig and eight aces, and freshman Kyra Rodi seven assists and seven kills.
The Bruins (9-2) continue their Patriot District schedule against W.T. Woodson High School on Sept. 8.
<b>Woodson Athletic Boosters Fund Raising</b>
The W.T. Woodson Athletic Boosters organization is looking to raise $1.5 million to enhance the school’s athletic programs and facilities.
The group’s goal is to provide more opportunities to student athletes, students in physical education programs and families living in the Woodson community.
More information about donating can be found at www.wtwoodsonsports.org.