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Sara Hurwitch

Dominion, Junior

Dulles District, Region II and girls' state champion also finished sixth overall in the Virginia AA coed competition. She improved her already impressive accuracy this season and according to Titans Coach Sean Welsh was "deadly" with her short game.

Front row, from left: Nicklaus Kelley, Loudoun Valley; Ryan White, Loudoun Valley; Danny Bosse, Loudoun Valley; Coach Gary McKay, Loudoun Valley. Back row, from left: Sara Hurwitch, Dominion; Travis Law, Highland; Bryce Weir, Fauquier; Kevin McLister, Loudoun County. Inset: Greg Brouse, Heritage (Photos Len Spoden For The Washington Post)

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Danny Bosse, Loudoun Valley, Soph. -- Bosse shot the third-lowest score among area golfers in the Region II tournament (76) for an eighth-place finish and qualified for the state tournament for the second straight year.

Greg Brouse, Heritage, Jr. -- The Pride's most valuable golfer finished 14th in the Region II tournament. His average score during the regular season was 75, and he won the Westpark golf club championship.

Nicklaus Kelley, Loudoun Valley, Sr. -- Returning All-Extra selection finished second in the Region II and Dulles District tournaments and was third at the Jefferson County Invitational. He finished 20th in the state individual championship.

Travis Law, Highland, Fr. -- The Hawks' most valuable golfer led the Delaney Athletic Conference champions to a 15-0 season in which he recorded the lowest average score in the DAC at 39.1 over nine holes. He was the medalist in the DAC tournament.

Kevin McLister, Loudoun County, Soph. -- Two-time most valuable golfer for the Raiders finished 15th in the Region II tournament, fifth in the district tournament and second in the Curley Licklider tournament.

Bryce Weir, Fauquier, Sr. -- First-team all-Northwestern District selection had a 77 average and was the most valuable golfer for the Falcons. He finished in fourth place at the district tournament.

Ryan White, Loudoun Valley, Sr. -- Returning All-Extra selection won the Curley Licklider tournament individual title this season and finished second in the Dulles District tournament. He will play for Lynchburg College.


Jay Brown, Park View, Sr.; Bryan Gale, Dominion, Sr.; Zach Kendall, Loudoun Valley, Jr.; Jordan Muirhead, Fauquier, Sr.; Riley O'Neil, Loudoun County, Jr.; Daniel Saunders, Loudoun County, Sr.; Nick Vico, Potomac Falls, Soph.

Gary McKay

Loudoun Valley

Led Vikings to a Dulles District regular season championship for the second straight season. Vikings won the Curley Licklider, Cheers and Jefferson County tournaments and finished fifth in the Region II tournament, the highest of any area team, for a record of 55-5-1.

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