Roster
# Name Pos Yr Ht Wt
33 Noah Sweeney C Sr. 6' 7"
20 Jaden Snead PG Jr. 5' 11"
42 Joel Varone C Sr. 6' 7"
2 Trey Lewis PG/SG Jr. 6' 3"
4 Nathan Cole PG Sr. 5' 10"
1 Tayshawn Carrillo-Hogan PG Jr. 5' 11"
5 Quentin Hart SG So. 5' 10"
13 Lysander Rehnstrom SG/SF So. 6' 3"
14 Adam Gardiner PF Sr. 6' 3"
21 Ben Medvene SF Jr. 6' 2"
22 Jabbari Smith PF Sr. 6' 3"
23 Ronald Castagno SF Sr. 6' 3"
30 Corey Myers SF Sr. 6' 3"
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Spring sports whiparound: Wilson baseball extends its championship streak to 27 years

The Tigers beat School Without Walls, 6-1, last week behind strong pitching and three RBI from Duke commit Collin Bosley-Smith.
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Boys' soccer Top 10: Led by a pack of seniors, T.C. Williams is playing with intensity

The Titans have lost just one game this year behind the efforts of two goalies and 17 seniors.
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Girls' lacrosse Top 10: Langley gets payback against W.T. Woodson

The Saxons won 15-2 in a rematch of last year's Virginia Class 6 state championship match.
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April 22, 2019

Spring sports whiparound: St. Stephen's/St. Agnes girls' lacrosse gets payback

Elsewhere, No. 1 Madison softball's long winning streak is snapped, and Sherwood baseball flexes its pitching muscles.
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April 15, 2019

Spring sports whiparound: Ryan Shieh providing power for McNamara baseball

Maija Louko has been dominant in the circle for South Lakes softball; Gonzaga and Bullis lacrosse clash; T.C. Williams girls' soccer off to a 39-1 goal differential.
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April 1, 2019

Girls' basketball notebook: After changing its identity, Largo aims for another postseason run

Osbourn Park, Oakland Mills and Bishop Ireton are also preparing for the postseason.
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February 19, 2019

Girls’ basketball Top 20: Top teams look for separation as conference play begins

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Washington Post Staff ·
January 7, 2019

Field hockey Top 10: W.T. Woodson suffers first loss of the season

Loudoun County schools hope to take advantage of an uptick in funding, as they participate in postseason play for the third time.
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St. John's looks to reverse a two-year regular season losing streak against Good Counsel.
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