Lukas Mihailovich went for 50 as Potomac Falls beat Stone Bridge on a last second prayer, the Freedom and Loudoun County girls stayed perfect, the Raider boys beat Briar Woods and the Broad Run and Valley girls won non-district contests.
December 11, 2009; 11:55 PM ET |
Categories: Boys' Basketball , Briar Woods High School , Broad Run High School , Dominion High School , Freedom High School , Girls' Basketball , Heritage High School , Loudoun County High School , Loudoun Valley High School , Park View High School , Potomac Falls High School , Stone Bridge High School
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Wednesday featured a full night of action around the county as seven teams continued non-district play. Both Briar Woods teams notched big wins, Heritage swept Dominion and the Potomac Falls boys rolled to a victory. Check out the details from each of those contests.
December 10, 2009; 1:50 PM ET |
Categories: Boys' Basketball , Briar Woods High School , Dominion High School , Freedom High School , Girls' Basketball , Heritage High School , Potomac Falls High School
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Loudoun County junior Brittany Batts surpassed 1,000 points for her career as the Lady Raiders remained unbeaten with a 66-39 home victory against Heritage. Plus boys' scores from Loudoun County-Heritage, Dominion and Freedom.
Loudoun's Northwest Region programs were well represented on the all-region teams as Heritage had two players each on the first and second teams and Valley tallied four players including player of the year Morgan Clark. Vikings' Coach Laird Johnson was named coach of the year.
Six Vikings and two members of the Pride were named to the All-Cedar Run first teams, which were otherwise dominated by league champions Battlefield.
Loudoun Valley senior Morgan Clark took home player of the year honors and her coach, Laird Johnson, was named coach of the year as the Vikings and the Heritage Pride were well represented on the Cedar Run's all-district teams.