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Lake Braddock Rally Tips T.C. Williams

Tuesday, April 19, 2005; Page D06

Jose Colchao scored the winner in the 55th minute last night to lead No. 1 Lake Braddock past visiting T.C Williams, 2-1, in a Virginia AAA Patriot District boys' soccer game. Jon Smithgall, who had been battling illness for the past two weeks, came off the bench to score a goal and add an assist for Lake Braddock (6-0-2), which trailed 1-0 at the half.

"Jon kind of has a knack for finishing," Lake Braddock Coach Joe Soos said. "That's what he did for us tonight. He provided us with the little bit extra that we needed."

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Stone Bridge Gets Even

Stone Bridge's Melissa Giusti scored four goals to lead the Bulldogs past Loudoun Valley, 7-6, in a Virginia AA Dulles District girls' lacrosse game. Goalie Ashley Sippel had eight saves for the Bulldogs (7-1), who handed Loudoun Valley (6-1) its first loss of the season after losing to the Vikings, 9-5, on March 17. . . .

Senior Christina Griel scored four goals and added two assists last night to lead visiting Chantilly past Jefferson, 12-8, in a Virginia AAA Concorde District game. Sophomore Lucy Brinn added three assists for the Chargers, who pulled away after being tied at 4 at halftime.

Hayfield Comes Back

Hayfield sophomore Kelly Moses's two-run single capped a five-run rally in the bottom of the seventh inning as the Hawks defeated Lake Braddock, 6-5, in a Virginia AAA Patriot District softball game. Senior Caity Butler finished 2 for 4 with a triple and two RBI for Hayfield.

Honesty Committed

Westfield senior guard Jessica Honesty, who averaged 13 points and six rebounds a game last season, has signed to play basketball for East Carolina University, Coach Pat Deegan said yesterday. Honesty missed 13 games last season while recovering from a broken foot, but returned to lead the Bulldogs to the Northern Region semifinals.

-- Andrew Levine

and Judith Evans

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