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Mount Vernon: Sports Briefs for the Week of April 4

Sports Briefs for the week of 04/08/15

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Lake Braddock Baseball Motivated by Sub­par 2014 Season

Bruins beat defending Conference 7 champion West Springfield.

The Lake Braddock baseball team defeated West Springfield on Tuesday to improve to 7-1.

Sports Briefs: 04/08/15

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Potomac: Romm Brothers Lead Wootton Boys’ Lax to Victory

Freshman Mason produces hat trick against Whitman.

After the Whitman boys’ lacrosse team scored back-to-back goals to pull within one in the third quarter, Wootton’s senior leader and his freshman brother gave the Patriots some breathing room and helped assure they would enter spring break undefeated.

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Hat Tricks from Burns, Newsome Not Enough for Washington-Lee

Generals fall to Madison, drop to 1-3.

Back-to-back goals by Kieran Burns gave the Washington-Lee boys’ lacrosse team a first-quarter lead. Jackson Newsome’s second goal tied the score early in the second quarter.

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Alexandria: Titans Seize the Day at St. Andrew’s

T.C. crew finishes first or second in six races.

The T.C. Williams crew team braved wintery conditions on Saturday, March 28 to compete in its first away race of the spring 2015 rowing season – the Noxontown Regatta, which was held at St. Andrew's School in Middletown, Del.

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Fairfax: PVI Pitchers Riddick, Coritz Combine for 5­Inning No-­Hitter

Panthers sweep frigid doubleheader from Marshall, West Potomac.

The Paul VI baseball team swept a doubleheader from Marshall, West Potomac.

Mount Vernon: Fort Belvoir Swim Team Competes Nationally

Five members of the Fort Belvoir Swim Team recently competed at the NASA Junior National Championship Cup swim meet in Clearwater, Fla.

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Mount Vernon: West Potomac Baseball Eyes Conference 7 Championship

Junior slugger Sara now known power threat, No. 1 pitcher.

The West Potomac baseball team graduated its top two pitchers from last season, and on March 28 the Wolverines were no-hit and committed nine errors against Paul VI during a game played in low-30-degree temperatures. However, after the frigid 12-0, five-inning loss at Waters Park in Vienna, West Potomac head coach Jim Sullivan and standout junior Jamie Sara spoke of a brighter — and hopefully warmer — future for the Wolverines.

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Chantilly Boys’ Lax Bounces Back from First Loss

The Chantilly boys’ lacrosse team suffered its first loss of the season on March 26, falling to Robinson, 7-4, in a matchup of state powerhouses.

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Arlington: Nunez-­Led Washington-Lee Generals Not Surprising Anyone

W-­L boys’ soccer expects to face defensive-­minded opponents.

The Washington-Lee boys' soccer team is off to a 3-0-1 start.

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Arlington: Nunez-Led Washington-Lee Generals Not Surprising Anyone

W-L boys’ soccer expects to face defensive-minded opponents.

Washington-Lee forward Maycol Nunez dominated opponents during a stellar sophomore season, scoring 37 goals while leading the Generals to the 2014 VHSL 6A state final.

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Vienna: Marshall Baseball Coach Tarr Pleased with Pitching Performances

Statesmen competitive against perennial powers Madison, PVI.

The Marshall baseball team received a pair of promising early-season pitching performances.

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Potomac: Churchill Senior Dubick Breaks Maryland Points Record

Attackman surpasses previous record of 380 points.

Churchill's Louis Dubick is approaching state records for career goals and assists.

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Mount Vernon: Remembering Hannah Graham

A remembrance at West Potomac Softball home opener.

Ruddy cheeks glistened with sweat and tears following a home opener for the West Potomac softball team.