Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Handley at Loudoun Valley Photo Slideshow by Moe Murphy

The John Handley Judges won the Region II Div. 3 Championship defeating Loudoun Valley 58-47 in Purcellville.
photo by Michael "Moe" Murphy  /  Clarke County Sports
PURCELLVILLE, VA- (2/23/13) The Loudoun Valley Vikings hosted the John Handley Judges in the Region II Div. 3 basketball championship before a packed house at "the Jungle" in Purcellville. The Judges prevailed 58-47 to capture the title. Both teams qualify for state berths. Enjoy the photo's by Michael "Moe" Murphy.

Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Clarke County Eagle slideshow from Salem Civic Center

By Michael "Moe" Murphy
Clarke County Sports

SALEM, VA-(2/16/13) Photo/Video slideshow of the Clarke County Eagles at the Salem Civic Center in Salem VA on Feb 16, 2013.  Ben Wallace(170) and Ryan Huff(285) won the VHSL A Wrestling championships. Brandon Hutchison(132) placed fifth at the medal stand. Kyle VanSice walked in the Champions Walk of Fame and Coach Jon VanSice's Eagles brought home a 7th place finish with three wrestlers.

All photo's by Moe Murphy/ 2013

Monday, February 18, 2013

Wallace and Huff capture Championships for Clarke County

By Michael "Moe" Murphy
Clarke County Sports

SALEM, VA-(2/16/13) The Clarke County Eagle wrestling team brought home 2 state championships to Berryville.
The Clarke County Eagles placed 7th at VHSL Wrestling tournament at Salem Civic Center  
                                                photo by Michael "Moe" Murphy / Clarke County Sports  2013

Ben Wallace captured the VHSL A 170 pound championship before a standing room only crowd at the Salem Civic Center. Wallace scored a 9-4 decision over Logan Dean of John I. Burton.

"You couldn't ask for anything better." Wallace said, "We could of brought a couple more kids down but we have a young team and there is always next year."

Ryan Huff grabbed the VHSL A 285 pound championship pinning Danny Cook of Castlewood at 2:33. Huff had 3 pins in 4 matches at the tournament.

"My coach told me to just be real aggressive with him and thats my style." Huff said, "I was on my back twice and thought I was going to have to fight him off. He didn't get his hip set and I just rolled him."

The Eagles grabbed seventh place with only three wrestlers competing in Salem. Senior Brandon Hutchison placed fifth in the 132 pound group to help the Eagles gain 67.5 points.

"To come down here and do that with only three guys is amazing." Eagles coach Jon VanSice said, "You look at all the guys around us, all these other teams are bringing six, seven, eight, nine guys and were right there with them."

Check back for more wrestling coverage from Salem A / AA tournament.

Friday, February 15, 2013

Six Loudoun wrestlers advance to semifinals

By Carl Lukat
Loudoun Times-Mirror

Brandon Thein, top, of Dominion High School was one of six local wrestlers to win both of their matches on the first day of the Virginia AA state wrestling tournament Feb. 15 in Salem.
                                                                                               —Times-Mirror File Photo/Michael “Moe” Murphy
 Loudoun County High School's Logan Smith and Hunter Day, Dominion's Brandon Thein, Briar Woods' Michael Hulcher, Park View's Ronald Cruz and Woodgrove's Chris Walker have advanced to the semifinal round at the Virginia AA state wrestling tournament.

All six wrestlers went 2-0 on the first day of competition Feb. 15 at the Salem Civic Center. The state tournament continues Feb. 16 in Salem.

106: Brandon Thein (D) 2-0

120: Chris Walker (W) 2-0

126: Michael Hulcher (BW) 2-0

138: Logan Smith (LC) 2-0

145: Omer Nezam (PF) 1-1

145: Luke Rivera (LC) 0-2

152: Jake David (W) 1-1

152: Micah Hotz (PV) 0-2

160: Hunter Day (LC) 2-0

170: Mitchell Stevens (LC) 1-1

170: Tad Haugen (PF) 1-1

182: Alex Reader (LC) 1-1

195: Zach Causey (PF) 1-1

220: Kyle Schlue (LC) 1-1

285: Ronald Cruz (PV) 2-0

285: Dylan O'Connor (W) 1-1

Reprinted with permission               

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Three Loudoun wrestlers win Region II championships

By Michael "Moe" Murphy
loudountimes.com / Loudoun Times-Mirror

Briar Wood's Michael Hulcher.  126 Pound  Region II Champion
___Times Photo Michael "Moe" Murphy
The Loudoun County Raiders made a valiant surge but came up just short of winning the team title at the Region II Wrestling Championships Feb. 9 at John Champe High School in Aldie.

The Raiders tied Skyline for second place with 144.5 points, just three points short of Fauquier, who took the lead for good when Max Strum defeated Kettle Run’s Adam Bresson in the 185-pound championship bout.
“Our guys wrestled tough today,” Raiders coach Joel Caruso said. “We got the bonus points, we just came up three points short on the team totals. We are taking six to the states but should be taking eight.”

Six Loudoun wrestlers advanced to the finals with three making it all the way through to the champion’s podium.

Briar Woods junior Michael Hulcher won a 7-5 decision over Kettle Run’s Caleb Yost in the final at 126 pounds.

“It was great because it was the first time Briar Woods has ever had a regional champ,” Hulcher said. “I had wrestled the kid before in a tournament at the beginning of the season so I had a game plan coming into the tournament. I knew once I got the first takedown there was no way I was going to lose.”


Raiders place second at Region II, send six to Salem

by Michael "Moe" Murphy
Clarke County Sports

2012-13 Loudoun County Raiders  Region II  Runner Up sending six to State Championships        
 Photo by Michael "Moe" Murphy / Clarke County Sports

 ALDIE, VA-(2/9/13) The Loudoun County Raiders continued to be one of the top wrestling teams in AA wrestling as they finished tied for second with Skyline and falling 3 points short of Fauquer County at the Region II Championships held Friday and Saturday at John Champe High School.

The Raiders had one individual champion as senior captain Logan Smith pinned Kyle Vangel of Sherando at 1:10. With the pin Smith picked up his 150th career victory.

“I knew I had 149 wins going into the match, so it was really special to get a pin,” Smith said. “I knew if I got a pin and we got some help we could win the tournament. I loosened him up a little bit, turned him on his back and pinned him.”

"We wrestled tough today." Raiders coach Joel Caruso said, "We are sending six, we should be sending eight, it was a tough day."

Kyle Schlue made it to the final round but lost a tough match to Skyline's Justin Williams with a fall at 3:27.

Six Raiders made it to Salem. Joining Smith and Schlue will be Luke Rivera (145), Hunter Day (160), Mitchell Stevens (170) and Alex Reader (182).

Two other Raiders narrowly missed a ticket to Salem when they finished in fifth place. Senior Matt Sun (126) lost a controversial decision to Fauquier's Garrett Tingen 5-4 and Brian Munroy lost by fall to Syline's Caleb VanDoren at 5:20.

Loudoun County senior Logan Smith gains position on Sherando's Kyle Vangel in the Region II 138 pound championship. The win gave Smith his 150th victory.                                     
                                                           photo by Michael "Moe" Murphy/ Clarke County Sports
Loudoun County's Kyle Schlue battles Skyline's Justin VanDoren in the Region II 220 pound championship. VanDoren scored a fall at 5:20
                                                            Photo by Michael "Moe" Murphy / Clarke County Sports
Loudoun County senior Matt Sun scores a 16-0 Tech Fall over Justin Martin of Powhatan. Sun finished 5th at the tournament.           Photo by Michael "Moe" Murphy  / Clarke County Sports

Monday, February 11, 2013

Jake David Region II Wrestling Champion Interview

by Michael "Moe" Murphy
clarkecountysports.com / loudountimes.com

ALDIE, VA-(2/9/13) Woodgrove Wolverine sophomore Jake David won the Region II wrestling championship in the 152 pound group with a pin of Gavin Tingen of Louisa County at 1:22. David came into the tournament with a third seed ranking and breezed through the tournament.

On the way to his Championship David pinned Cameron Yates of Liberty at 0:37, he then pinned Canin Ritz of Powhatan at 1:02 before scoring a 9-0 major decision over Brandon James of Kettle Run.

David won the Dulles District Championship last week and spoke with Moe Murphy at John Champe High School following his Regional Championship.

Logan Smith Region II Wrestling Champion Interview

by Michael "Moe" Murphy
clarkecountysports.com / loudountimes.com

ALDIE, VA-(2/9/13) Loudoun County Raider senior Logan Smith took time to speak with Moe Murphy after capturing the Region II 138 pound championship with a pin over Kyle Vangel of Sherando at 1:10.

Smitty rolled through the tournament pinning Luke Naccash of Skyline at 1:12, a tech fall over Powhatans Rich Chinappi 15-0, a major decision over Kettle Runs Cameron O'Connor 15-5 before the pin in the Championship.

The pin gave Smith his 150th victory and has guaranteed to be among the top seeds at the Big Show in Salem this weekend.

Smitty has dedicated his run at Salem to teammate and friend Matt Sun who lost on a very controversial decision that kept him from qualifying as he finished fifth.

Saturday, February 9, 2013

Cassada-Maple career ended short by injury

By Michael "Moe" Murphy
Clarke County Sports

Josh Cassada-Maple is consoled by coach Troy Mezzatesta after a career ending
injury Friday night at the Region II wrestling tournament at John Champe High
School in Aldie. Cassada-Maple was ranked among the top wrestlers in the state at
170 pounds.                   Photo by Michael "Moe" Murphy / Clarke County Sports
ALDIE, VA- Josh Cassada-Maple’s storied wrestling career ended one week early as the 170 pound senior dislocated his shoulder in his first round match against Liberty’s Rico Bumbrey in the first round of the Region II tournament at John Champe High School in Aldie.

“Josh extended his arm and it appeared to get caught in the mat."Viking Coach Troy Mezzatesta said. “I heard Josh make a noise and then a loud yell. It’s a tough way to end a career that began in the third grade.”
Cassada-Maple was visibly distraught as Mezzatesta consoled him before he left the gym to receive medical attention.
Mezzatesta confirmed after returning with the team that Cassada-Maple had torn ligaments in the ac joint.
The acromioclavicular joint is located at the top of the shoulder where the acromion process and the clavicle meet to form a joint. Several ligaments surround this joint, and depending on the severity of the injury, a person may tear one or all of the ligaments. Torn ligaments lead to acromioclavicular joint sprains and separations.[1]     
“Josh had a moment with his mom, who has supported her son through his career since he began wrestling in the third grade.”Mezzatesta said,  “It was a very emotional night for the team and Josh told me to tell the team to go out and kick some butt.”
The second day of the tournament starts at 10:00AM and gates open at 9:00AM for the event. Finals are scheduled for 5:00PM


1 Rockwood CA, Green DP, eds. Injuries to the acromioclavicular joint. Fractures in Adults. Philadelphia, Pa: JB Lippincott; 1984:860-91.

Friday, February 8, 2013

John Champe to host Region II Wrestling Tournament

ALDIE, VA- The Region II Wrestling tournament kicks off this Friday and will be a two day event hosted at John Champe High School in South Riding. Below is the schedule courtesy of Fauquier Wrestling.

DETAILS: The Regional tournament is schedule to be at John Champe High School located at 41535 Sacred Mountain St Aldie, VA 20105, this Friday and Saturday February 8th and 9th.  The top four wrestlers will advance to the AA State meet. .

Below is the tentative Regional schedule for Friday and Saturday.

MEET: 2013 Region II Wrestling Tournament

LOCATION: John Champe High School

DATE: Fri. & Sat. February 8th-9th, 2013

ADMISSION: $5.00 – Friday (session1) and $8.00 – All day Saturday (session 2&3) or $12.00- All 3 session combo



















Region II Wrestling Info from Fauquier Wrestling

Editors note: Fauquierwrestling.org is a site dedicated to advancing wrestling news for youth and prep and will be updating their site with coverage from the Region II tournament.

WARRENTON- The Region II wrestling tournament kicks off today and Clarke County Sports will be on hand covering the tournament for the Loudoun Times-Mirror as well as our home site Clarke County Sports.

Thanks to Fauquier Wrestling for providing this info on their site:
The AA Region II is made up from four Districts--Those districts are listed below and teams that will be participating in this Regional event:

AA Dulles District
Briar Woods
Loudoun Co.
Loudoun Valley
Park View
Potomac Falls

AA Jefferson District
Fluvanna Co.
Louisa Co.
Western Albemarle

AA Northwestern District
James Wood

AA Evergreen District
Kettle Run
Warren Co.

Below are the results of Fauquier Falcons at the Region II Wrestling Tournament. updated as of: 2-7-2013 7:00 pm 1st Round-Championship - 12:00 pm
106 Caleb Strum vs. Logan Zimmerman-Fluvanna Co.
113 Daniel Ariola vs. Leo Chinappi-Powhatan
126 Garrett Tingen vs. Austin Enriquez-Portomac Falls
132 Matt Raines vs. Jose Rodriguez-Loudoun Co.
138 Clifford Harris vs. Schyler Litten-James Wood
145 Michael Villalobos vs. James Gore-Loudoun Valley
152 Andrew Smith vs. Logan Bauseman-James Wood
160 Ben Brady vs. Noah Calvin-Western Albemarle
170 Erick Lemus vs. Levi Roy-James Wood
182 Max Strum vs. Austin Henry-James Wood
195 Tyler Devers vs. Bryan Capozzoll-Briar Woods
285 Justin Sanker vs. Ben Avery-Sherando Round notes: 2nd Round-Championship - 4:15 pm
Round notes: 1st Round-Consolation - 6:30 pm
Round notes: Record
106 Caleb Strum 0-0
113 Daniel Ariola 0-0
126 Garrett Tingen 0-0
132 Matt Raines 0-0
138 Clifford Harris 0-0
145 Michael Villalobos 0-0
152 Andrew Smith 0-0
160 Ben Brady 0-0
170 Erick Lemus 0-0
182 Max Strum 0-0
195 Tyler Devers 0-0
285 Justin Sanker 0-0

Special Coverage of Dulles District Wrestling Tournament

PURCELLVILLE, VA- Moe Murphy of Clarke County Sports was on hand after the conclusion of the 2013 Dulles District Wrestling Championships and spoke with victorious head coach Scott Fortney of Woodgrove as well as champions Logan Smith (138) of Loudoun County, Josh Cassada-Maple (170) of Loudoun Valley and Joe Larock (132) from Woodgrove.

Team scores and individual results are scrolled at the start of the report.

Dulles District Champions Gallery by Moe Murphy

PURCELLVILLE, VA- Clarke County Sports salutes all the wrestlers who competed in the Dulles District this year and is proud to post the Champions Gallery. Please feel free to download the photo's for your enjoyment.  All photo's by Moe Murphy..Results courtesy of Dan "Fleeing the Mat" Sousa visit his site at www.vivaloudoun.com

2012-13 Dulles District Wrestling Champions and Medal Winners
1: Brandon Thein (JR) Dominion
2: Dylan Sieng (SO) Park View
3: Magid Abdo (JR) Briar Woods
4: Derek Raschid (SO) Loudoun Valley
5: Joey Sgerella (FR) Woodgrove

1: Cade Kiely (FR) Loudoun Valley
2: Dylan Shockey (SO) Woodgrove
3: Sam Brazzer (JR) Tuscarorra
4: Devyn Kreb (FR) Champe
5: Louis Ives (SR) Potomac Falls

1: Brian Monroy (JR) Loudoun County
2: Chris Walker (JR) Woodgrove
3: Alex McCord (SO) Tuscarora
4: Tamim Murshidi (SR) Briar Woods
5: Spencer Hurrell (FR) Potomac Falls

1: Michael Hulcher (JR) Briar Woods
2: Matt Sun (SR) Loudoun County
3: Kyle Dillon (JR) Loudoun Valley
4: Fletcher Davis (FR) Heritage
5: Austin Enriques (JUR) Potomac Falls

1: Joe Larock (SO) Woodgrove
2: Micklos Zahora (SO) Briar Woods
3: Christian Sierra (SO) Loudoun Valley
4: Joey Betts (SO) Dominion
5: Jose Rodriquez (SR) Loudoun County
1: Logan Smith (SR) Loudoun County
2: Zachary Gingras (JR) Loudoun Valley
3: Zach Chastain (SR) Park View
4: Peter Mysak (SO) Woodgrove
5: Riaz Alawi (SR) Potomac Falls

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Monday, February 4, 2013

Dulles District Wrestling Final Round Slideshow

By Michael "Moe" Murphy
Clarke County Sports

PURCELLVILLE-(2/2/13) - The Woodgrove Wolverines narrowly defeated the favored Loudoun County Raiders 217 to 215.5 at the Dulles District Wrestling Championships held at Loudoun Valley High School in Purcellville on Saturday.

Enjoy photo's from the slideshow courtesy of Clarke County Sports and check back for more photo and video coverage from the tournament.  Also go to loudountimes.com for special coverage and look for coverage in this week's print edition of the Loudoun Times-Mirror.

Sunday, February 3, 2013

Prayers requested for Nick Cooper of Osbourn Park

Osbourn Park wrestler Nick Cooper collapsed yesterday in the Championship round of the Cardinal District Wrestling Championship. Cooper was revived with AED and was in a medically induced coma for testing.

Times Photo/Joey LoMonaco Osbourn Park wrestler Alex Gowers reacts while his best friend and
teammate Nick Cooper was receiving medical aid. Cooper's heart stopped during his 182-pound final during Saturday's Cardinal District wrestling tournament at Forest Park. He was taken to Sentara Northern Virginia Medical Center and his condition at the time is unknown.

According to a post on the Osbourn Park Wrestling twitter site 12 hours ago, Cooper was moved to ICU and had 2 fractured vertebrae in the neck but no permanent damage. A post 2 hours ago stated Nick was medically sedated and was scheduled for more testing today.

The Osbourn Park wrestling community is requesting prayers for Nick, his family and friends and the Osbourn Park wrestling team.

Below are some links from the incident.

Osbourn Park wrestler collapses at District Meet / Prince William Today

Saturday, February 2, 2013

Woodgrove wins Dulles District Wrestling Tourney

PURCELLVILLE, VA-(2/2/13) The Woodgrove Wolverines edged out Loudoun County by 1 1/2 points to capture the Dulles District Wrestling Tournament. Check back at Clarke County Sports and at loudountimes.com for more coverage from the tournament.

The 2012-13 Woodgrove Wolverine Wrestling team capture the Dulles District Tournament 
photo by Michael "Moe" Murphy / loudountimes.com  / Clarke County Sports

Friday, February 1, 2013

Dulles District Wrestling 2013 Tournament Seedings

Dulles District Tournament seedings from Dan "Single Leg Takedown" Sousa at www.vivaloudoun.com

#1 - Dylan Sieng (SO) Park View
#2 - Brandon Thein (JR) Dominion
#3 - Derek Raschid (SO) Loudoun Valley
#4 - Magid Abdo (JR) Briar Woods
#5 - Joey Sgerrella (FR) Woodgrove)
#6 - Joseph Saah (SO) Champe
#7 - Matt Marsteller (SO) Heritage
#8 - Mark Mogensen (FR) Potomac Falls
#9 - Alexis Young (SO) Loudoun County
#10 - Joshua Cruz (FR) Tuscarora

#1 - Cade Kiely (FR) Loudoun Valley
#2 - Louis Ives (SR) Potomac Falls
#3 - Dylan Shockey (SO) Woodgrove
#4 - Sam Brazer (JR) Tuscarora
#5 - Devyn Kreb (FR) Champe
#6 - Cesar Canuto (FR) Park View
#7 - Luke Mercil (FR) Briar Woods
#8 - Ed Calley (FR) Loudoun County

#1 - Alex McCord (SO) Tuscarora
#2 - Brian Monroy (JR) Loudoun County
#3 - Joseph Lafonte (FR) Loudoun Valley
#4 - Chris Walker (JR) Woodgrove
#5 - Tamim Murshidi (SR) Briar Woods
#6 - Spencer Hurrell (FR) Potomac Falls
#7 - Jacob Holton (FR) Heritage
#8 - Thien Nguyen (SO) Park View
#9 - Brian Vo (FR) Champe

#1 - Michael Hulcher (JR) Briar Woods
#2 - Matt Sun (SR) Loudoun County
#3 - Kyle Dillon (JR) Loudoun Valley
#4 - Austin Enriquez (JR) Potomac Falls
#5 - Fletcher Davis (FR) Heritage
#6 - Alec Klevenhagen (SO) Tuscarora
#7 - Cory Kidd (SO) Woodgrove
#8 - Mente Mamo (JR) Champe
#9 - Alex Brock (FR) Dominion

#1 - Micklos Zahora (SO) Briar Woods
#2 - Jose Rodriguez (SR) Loudoun County
#3 - Joe Larock (SO) Woodgrove
#4 - Jackson Tettelbach (JR) Potomac Falls
#5 - Joey Betts (SO) Dominion
#6 - Adam Neumiller (FR) Tuscarora
#7 - Christian Sierra (SO) Loudoun Valley
#8 - Nathan Stec (SO) Champe
#9 - Jairo Membreno (SR) Park View

#1 - Logan Smith (SR) Loudoun County
#2 - Zachary Gingras (JR) Loudoun Valley
#3 - Peter Mysak (SO) Woodgrove
#4 - Zach Chastain (SR) Park View
#5 - Riaz Alawi (SR) Potomac Falls
#6 - Issac Roll (JR) Champe
#7 - Jake Grover (SO) Briar Woods
#8 - Arthur Shune (SO) Dominion
#9 - Brian Matera (SO) Tuscarora

#1 - Luke Segerdahl (SR) Woodgrove
#2 - Luke Rivera (SO) Loudoun County
#3 - Omer Nezam (JR) Potomac Falls
#4 - Will Siryani (JR) Tuscarora
#5 - Henry Liu (JR) Champe
#6 - Ivan Hernandez (SR) Park View
#7 - James Gore (JR) Loudoun Valley
#8 - Chris Gac (JR) Dominion
#9 - Chad Kirkpatrick (SO) Heritage

#1 - Jake David (SO) Woodgrove
#2 - CJ Mills (SO) Loudoun County
#3 - Anthony Oswald (SR) Potomac Falls
#4 - Brandon Rafferty (JR) Champe
#5 - Carmine Mancini (SR) Loudoun Valley
#6 - Micah Hotz (JR) Park View
#7 - Mousa Abusaif (JR) Dominion
#8 - Griffin Oberg (FR) Briar Woods
#9 - Wyatt Helean (SO) Heritage
#10 - Daniel Rubin (SR) Tuscarora

#1 - Hunter Day (JR) Loudoun County
#2 - Zack Durkin (SR) Briar Woods
#3 - Joe Cavallaro (SR) Woodgrove
#4 - Kealan Miller (SO) Dominion
#5 - Andrew Harrington (JR) Loudoun Valley
#6 - Garett Griffith (SO) Potomac Falls
#7 - Cristian Bardales (JR) Park View
#8 - Steven Jung (SO) Champe
#9 - Will Prendergast (JR) Tuscarora


#1 - Josh Cassada-Maple (SR) Loudoun Valley
#2 - Mitchell Stevens (JR) Loudoun County
#3 - Alejandro Avelar (SO) Tuscarora
#4 - Brian Cvilikas (SR) Woodgrove
#5 - Tad Haugen (JR) Potomac Falls
#6 - Todd Craig (JR) Briar Woods
#7 - Aria Boloki (SO) Champe
#8 - Sean Mastrolembo (SO) Dominion
#9 - Bryan Villatoro (JR) Park View

#1 - Jimmy Mckeown (JR) Potomac Falls
#2 - Alex Reader (SR) Loudoun County
#3 - Marvin Ventura (JR) Dominion
#4 - John Williams (SR) Loudoun Valley
#5 - Onslo Parker (SR) Tuscarora
#6 - Jack Wehr (SR) Woodgrove
#7 - David Dillon (JR) Briar Woods
#8 - Eduardo Orellana (FR) Park View

#1 - Bryan Capozzoli (SO) Briar Woods
#2 - Zach Causey (SR) Potomac Falls
#3 - Tyler Cole (SO) Woodgrove
#4 - Juan Flores-Velasco (FR) Tuscarora
#5 - Lucas Giusto (SR) Heritage
#6 - Wessam Sulieman (SR) Dominion
#7 - Kevin Menjivar (SR) Park View
#8 - Josh Smith (JR) Loudoun Valley
#9 - Sammy Soto (SR) Loudoun County

#1 - Kyle Schlue (SO) Loudoun County
#2 - Bryan Barahona (SR) Park View
#3 - Trevor Raymont (SR) Potomac Falls
#4 - Fayez Atari (SR) Tuscarora
#5 - Sid Byers (JR) Loudoun Valley
#6 - Julius Ramsey (FR) Dominion
#7 - Daniel Green (JR) Briar Woods
#8 - Jarrett Bramhall (JR) Woodgrove)

#1 - Ronald Cruz (SR) Park View
#2 - Dylan O'Connor (SR) Woodgrove
#3 - Adeeb Atariwa (FR) Dominion
#4 - Caleb Trump (JR) Loudoun Valley
#5 - Matt Hunt (SO) Champe
#6 - Forest Saunders (SO) Potomac Falls