Woodbridge won the Commonwealth District boys tennis title beating Potomac in the finals. Xandra Bense of Potomac had a huge game in a win over Stafford.

Baseball

Fauquier closed out the regular season with a busy, but disappointing, week. The Falcons dropped three of four Commonwealth District games.

Stonewall Jackson's James Ebert stroked three singles and a double as the Raiders upended the Falcons, 8-4. Stonewall doubled its pleasure with a 9-1 victory over Fauquier later in the week.

Gar-Field headed into the district tournament with a pair of wins. Brian Bassett had a single, double and triple to drive in five runs in a 9-1 win over Fauquier. Brian Jersey had two hits and three RBI. Bassett's three-run homer and five RBI carried the Indians to a 9-2 win over Woodbridge.

Fauquier's bright spot of the week came in a 13-2 rout of Stafford. Sean Hook, who has all the Falcons wins this season, struck out nine and allowed no earned runs. Mike Clegg had three hits and four RBI. Jay Johnson had a single double and two triples to drive in three runs. He missed hitting for the cycle by about five feet.

Scott Schultz tossed a three-hitter while striking out 12 as Broad Run beat Loudoun County, 4-1. Schultz also had three hits and three RBI in a 5-3 victory over Musselman.

The Raiders received a solid pitching performance of its own as Jim Colucci shut out Handley, 7-0.

Girls Softball

Xandra Bense had two doubles, triple and grand slam to lead Potomac past Stafford, 22-3. Sherry Costa fired a five-hitter to lead the Panthers over James Wood, 2-1.

Fauquier won four times as Chris Stevens was credited with all four decisions. The Falcons took two from Gar-Field (3-1 and 6-5) and defeated Stafford (10-1) and North Stafford (9-6).

Gar-Field utilized two big innings to defeat North Stafford, 10-6. The Indians scored four in the first inning and added five more in the sixth to cruise to the victory.

Jodi Rymer fired a shutout and Nikki Tinsley homered to lead Park View over Loudoun Valley, 5-0. Earlier the Vikings defeated Warren County 8-6 as Kerrie Pingley earned win number 11 on the year.

Boys Soccer

Fauquier goalkeeper Sammy Clark provided a rarity last week when he assisted on a goal in a 3-1 win over Potomac. Clark cleared the ball from in front of his net with a booming kick that Tom Weingartner converted for the score.

Ivan Flores scored twice as Park view defeated Broad Run, 5-2. john Kracke, Seni Ok and Matt Foltz added goals for the Patriots.

Broad Run had better success against Handley as Eric Grenke stopped 20 shots in a 2-0 shutout victory. Eric's brother Brad scored the first Spartan goal.

Girls Soccer

Woodbridge crushed Stafford 9-0 as Jennifer Blackburn, Michelle Todd and Kim Betts scored two goals apiece. Betts added two assists.

The Vikings offense shined again in 7-3 win over Gar-Field. Stephanie Boyle score three times for the winners.

Fauquier was outshot 14-5 but managed a 2-1 victory over Potomac. Jennifer Black and Landis Tiffany scored for the Falcons.

Boys Tennis

Woodbridge capped off an undefeated Commonwealth District season by claiming the team title with a 6-3 victory over Potomac last week at Osbourn Park. The Vikings were 12-0 against Commonwealth opponents, its only blemish on an otherwise perfect record being a loss to James Monroe.

Jussi Koivisto and Tyler Harding of James Monroe teamed to win the Battlefield District doubles championship.

George Mason continued its dominance of Group A tennis with an 8-1 victory over Bull Run District rival Clarke County to win the Region B team championship.

Girls Tennis

Kelley Regan of Loudoun County defeated Chrissy Mansfield of Park View, 6-2, 6-3 to capture the Northwestern District singles championship.

Regan teamed with Katie Garrett to defeat Loudoun Valley's Kathy Wilson and Trisha Cleary for the doubles title, 6-4, 6-4.