Alexandria Sports Briefs

Alexandria Sports Briefs

<hdr15>Sports Briefs

<b>SSSAS Girls Lacrosse Wins 12th Straight</b>

The St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes girls lacrosse team defeated Georgetown Visitation 12-7 on April 27, improving its record to 17-2. The Saints have not lost since falling to Bryn Mawr 16-9 on April 1.

SSSAS travels to face Flint Hill at 4:15 p.m. April 29.

<b>TC Baseball Falls to Lake Braddock</b>

The T.C. Williams baseball team lost to Lake Braddock 14-3 on April 23, dropping its record to 7-6. The Titans travel to face Woodson at 6:30 p.m. April 29 and host West Springfield at 6:30 p.m. April 30.

<b>TC Boys Lacrosse Loses</b>

The T.C. Williams boys lacrosse team scored its fourth-highest goal total of the season but came up short against Annandale on April 27, losing 17-9 at Minnie Howard.

Robin Bomberger and August Bryant each scored three goals for the Titans. Jay Whitmire, Ben Bilodeau, Kodie Richards each scored one goal and John Bray and Ben Goodwin each had one assist. The loss dropped TC’s record to 3-7.

Two days earlier, the Titans defeated South County 12-9. Bilodeau and Bomberger each scored three goals and Jimmy Carragher added two.

TC wraps up the regular season at West Potomac with a 7:15 p.m. game on April 29.

<b>TC Girls Tennis Beats Annandale</b>

The T.C. Williams girls tennis team defeated Annandale 8-1 on April 27, improving its record to 7-5.

The Titans received singles victories form No. 1 Maggie Kennedy (10-7), No. 3 Kathryn Hendley (10-2), No. 4 Paula Mitchell (10-5), No. 5 Bella Davenport (10-0) and No. 6 Corinne Conn. TC also won all three of its doubles matches, with victories from No. 1 Hendley/Mitchell (8-0), No. 2 Michelle Martineau/Harris (8-6) and No. 3 Davenport/Conn (8-3).

T.C. Williams travels to face West Potomac at 4:30 p.m. April 29.

<b>TC Boys Tennis Loses</b>

The T.C. Williams boys tennis team lost to Annandale 8-1 on April 27, dropping its record to 3-8. The Titans host West Potomac at 4:30 p.m. April 29.

<b>Awards Banquet</b>

The Alexandria Sportsman’s Club will hold its 55th annual awards banquet May 18 at the Westin Hotel at 400 Courthouse Square. The silent auction and cocktail hour will begin at 6 p.m. and dinner will be served at 7 p.m. The awards program will begin at 8 p.m. Sal Sunseri, assistant head coach of the national champion University of Alabama football team, will be the guest speaker.

Tickets are $60 per person. To purchase tickets or for more information call Richard Downs at 703-647-1205 or 703-677-1266 or e-mail him at

<b>SSSAS Boys LAX Improves to 14-2</b>

The St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes boys lacrosse team won its fifth consecutive game, defeating Woodberry Forest 13-8 on April 27. The win improved the Saints’ record to 14-2.

SSSAS won its first nine games before dropping back-to-back contests against Georgetown Prep, 6-5, on April 6 and Bullis, 9-7, on April 9.

The Saints travel to face Loudoun Valley on April 30 and host Landon on May 4.

<b>Fort Hunt Rugby Registration</b>

Registration for Fort Hunt rugby is now open. Those interested can register online at Practices start May 18 at Collingwood Park. Matches begin June 19.

There is a $100 registration fee, $5.50 Fairfax County field use fee, a $10 USA Rugby registration fee and a $30 fee for those who live outside Fairfax County. A $10 late fee is assessed for those who register after June 11.

For more information, contact commissioner Andy Vonada — — or head coach John Dacey —

<b>Fort Hunt Football-Cheerleading Registration Open</b>

Registration for the Forth Hunt football and cheerleading program is open. Those interested can register at

Questions can be e-mailed to commissioner Derrick Spearman at