PWSI

Travel Results

Nov. 3

Under-15 Girls

PWSI Twisters (Black)

1-2 -- 3

Bowie Free X-Treme

0-2 -- 2

Goals -- PWSI: Kendall Irby, Ally Atkins, Brittany Croce. Assists -- PWSI: Brittany Croce (2), Ally Atkins. Saves -- Bowie 8, PWSI 13 (Ashley Welch).

Under-14 Boys

PWSI Blast

0-6 -- 6

Laurel Wildcats

2-2 -- 4

Goals -- PWSI: Daniel Gonzales (2), Daniel Paddon, Neema Farahmand (2), Jarrett Stark. Assists -- PWSI: Daniel Paddon (3), Daniel Gonzales (2), Jarrett Stark. Saves -- Laurel 6, PWSI 4 (Kyle Evans, Ian Woods 3). Coaches' standouts -- PWSI: Kyle Evans, Chris Boges, Anthony Ragos. Note -- Blast finish season 9-0.

Under-14 Girls

PWSI Pride

1-2 -- 3

ARL Force

2-0 -- 2

Goals -- PWSI: Samantha Catlett, Lauren Ware, Elizabeth Bartosch. Saves -- ARL 10, PWSI 7 (Lorena Carleton).

Under-13 Boys

PWSI Fire FC

4-5 -- 9

WSC Unknowns

0-0 -- 0

Goals -- PWSI: Josh Christian (3), Theo Salnave, Daniel Taylor, Caleb Jones, Chad Barbaris, Tyler Bush, Merritt Davis. Assists -- PWSI: Theo Salnave, Kevin John. Saves -- WSC 11, PWSI 3 (Chad Barbaris 2, Tyler Bush). Coaches' standouts -- PWSI: Carlos Ramos, Jared Bendy, Juan Galvan.

Under-13 Girls

PWSI Nemesis

0-1 -- 1

LMVSA Stars & Stripes

0-0 -- 0

Goals -- PWSI: Chrissy Cabrera. Assists -- PWSI: Kathleen Smith. Saves -- LMVSA 9, PWSI 1 (Sarah Gray). Coaches' standouts -- PWSI: Chrissy Cabrera, Shayla Ney, Delany Tomczak. Note -- Undefeated Nemesis won its division.

Under-11 Boys

PWSI Galaxy

3-1 -- 4

Occoquan Mariners

0-0 -- 0

Goals -- PWSI: James Blessing (2), Ricky Cabrera (2). Assists -- PWSI: Alex Brayboy. Saves -- Occoquan 0, PWSI 4 (Zack Szwed 3, Thomas MacGregor). Coaches' Standouts -- Occoquan: Ocamide Olugbemi, Jesus Rodriguez, Luis Vargas. PWSI: Adam Thamel, Doug Dunphy, Zack Szwed.

Nov. 2

Under-14 Boys

PWSI Blast

6-0 -- 6

CSA Tomcats

0-1 -- 1

Goals -- PWSI: Jarrett Stark (2), Daniel Paddon, Daniel Gonzales (2), Ryan Asca. Assists -- PWSI: Daniel Gonzales, Daniel Paddon. Saves -- CSA 15, PWSI 8 (Ian Woods). Coaches' standouts -- PWSI: Ben Blizard, David Hamilton, Carson Mayer.

Under-13 Boys

PWSI Fire FC

2-0 -- 2

ASA Hurricanes

0-1 -- 1

Goals -- PWSI: Corey Robinson, Josh Christian. Saves -- ASA 12, PWSI 10 (Chad Barbaris). Coaches' standouts -- PWSI: Collin Smith, Jonathan Moran, Steve Hinton.

Under-13 Girls

PWSI Nemesis

1-1 -- 2

Arlington United

1-0 -- 1

Goals -- PWSI: Jessica Wheeler, Christine Imperato. Assists -- PWSI: Valerie Klemencic, Louisa Andrusko. Saves -- Arlington 9, PWSI 7 (Sarah Gray). Coaches' standouts -- PWSI: Sarah Gray, Shayla Ney, Kathleen Smith.

Oct. 27

Under-14 Girls

PWSI Pride

4-1 -- 5

VYS Strikers

0-1 -- 1

Goals -- PWSI: Zoe Ortiez, Stephanie Mills, Emily Hughes, Katelyn Crouse, Lorena Carleton. Assists -- PWSI: Carolyn Calhoun. Saves -- VYS 9, PWSI 5 (Lorena Carleton). Coaches' standouts -- PWSI: Katelyn Crouse.

House Results

Nov. 4

Under-12 Boys

Vipers

0-1 -- 1

Blaze

0-0 -- 0

Goals -- Vipers: Chris Douglass. Coaches' standouts -- Blaze: Joshua Green, Chris Roper, Devon Bushweller, Kyle Manning. Vipers: Grant Ribler, Jeff McMurtry, Scott Doughton, Chris Augello.

Nov. 3

Under-10 Boys

Cobras

4-1 -- 5

Golden Eagles

1-1 -- 2

Coaches' standouts -- Cobras: Brian Strickland, Sean Dan, Tyler Vogel, Dylan Moyer. Eagles: Derrick Sanks, Mike Hayes, Michael Bjarnson, Tyler Geiger.

Raptors

4-1 -- 5

Golden Eagles

0-1 -- 1

Goals -- Eagles: Ryan Mayes. Raptors: Treavor Malace (3), Luis Rivera, Allan Pernot. Coaches' standouts -- Raptors: Michael Cunningham, Kevin Lemmonds, Nicholas Petko, Phillip Kuhn. Eagles: Sam Roth, Christian Vivanco, Tyler Geiger, George Watkins.

Blue Monkeys

4-4 -- 8

Fireballs

0-1 -- 1

Goals -- Monkeys: Keller Berran (3). Fireballs: Raymond Williams. Coaches' standouts -- Monkeys: Nick Cremeans, Mikal Huanco, Sam Bubernak, Paul Claire. Fireballs: Raymond Williams, Amir Malik, Christian Perek, Eric Baskerville.

Under-9 Boys

Cheetahs

5-0 -- 5

Orange Crush

0-2 -- 2

Goals -- Cheetahs: Herbert Torillo, Trenton Stilman (2), Edward Satong (2). Crush: Alejandro Rivera (2). Coaches' standouts -- Cheetahs: Trenton Stilman, Edward Satong, Jonathon Sanks, Vito Conigharo. Crush: Marcelo Posso, Nick Eghtessad, Alejandro Rivera, Spencer Klepatzki.

Blizzards

2-2 -- 4

Nighthawks

0-0 -- 0

Goals -- Blizzards: Jalen Parker (2), Kishan Khana, Terryek Hollins. Coaches' standouts -- Nighthawks: Evan O'Connor, Sean Price, John Wolff, Maliek Pride. Blizzards: Connor Fischer, Jalen Parker, Zach Swansborough, Willian Freeman.

Under-9 Girls

Tsunami

1-4 -- 5

Twisters

0-0 -- 0

Goals -- Tsunami: Jesse Klapperich (3), Tori Ferrara, Lexi Carpenter. Coaches' standouts -- Twisters: Tamara Majette, Kaitlyn Tovst, Brianna Dehart, Kaylie Erickson. Tsunami: Jesse Klapperich, Lexi Carpenter, Shannon Archer, Stephanie Laco.

Nov. 2

Under-9 Boys

Orange Crush

4-3 -- 7

Purple Ravens

2-4 -- 6

Goals -- Ravens: Jamal Christian, Ryan Reese, Christian Metzler, Nick Metzler. Crush: Marcelo Posso (5), Yapath Emiru, Alejandro Rivera. Coaches' standouts -- Crush: Yapath Emiru, Josh Terterman, John Redlinger, Evan Weiss. Ravens: Jamal Christian, Ryan Reese, Robert Hines, Christian Metzler.

Raptors

3-2 -- 5

Blizzards

2-1 -- 3

Goals -- Raptors: Trevor Malace, Michael Cunningham, Luis Rivera. Blizzards: Kishan Khana, Connor Fischer, David Goodman. Coaches' standouts -- Raptors: Kevin Lemmonds, Phillip Kuhen. Blizzards: Harry Goodman, Terryek Hollins, Oscar Martinez, William Freeman.

Under-9 Girls

Hornets

3-3 -- 6

Lightning

1-1 -- 2

Goals -- Lightning: Melissa Tuck (2). Hornets: Hannah Hayes (3), Ashley Adams, Briana Caywood, Isabella Bermudez. Coaches' standouts -- Lightning: Melissa Tuck, Glenda Paz, Makeda Austin, Chelsea Armah. Hornets: Elizabeth Kestermann, Alexis Swartz, Jordan Pearson, Allison Ramos.

Under-8 Boys

Eagles

3-0 -- 3

Shark Wolves

0-0 -- 0

Goals -- Eagles: Jett Wright (3). Coaches' standouts -- Wolves: Brandon Wilson, Tommy Schiefelbein, Eldrick Wilson, James Dengs. Eagles: Duc Tran, Trevor Brown, Alex Torrence, Robert Mooney.

Blizzards

2-0 -- 2

Lions

1-0 -- 1

Goals -- Blizzards: Brent Bean (2).

Eagles

2-0 -- 2

Dragons

1-0 -- 1

Goals -- Dragons: Jacob Lattin. Eagles: Jett Wright (2). Coaches' standouts -- Dragons: Jacob Lattin, Caden Hammonds, Michael Lamb, Alex Aguilar. Eagles: Kenton Wilson, Mark Cossel, Stephen Cherry, Alex Torrence.

Dragons

3-0 -- 3

Brasil

1-0 -- 1

Goals -- Brasil: William Godfrey. Dragons: Alex Aguilar, Jacob Lattin, Nicholas Heo. Coaches' standouts -- Dragons: Jacob Lattin, Alex Aguilar, Caden Hammonds, Nicholas Heo. Brasil: Layne Connley, Henry Walch, William Godfrey, Luke Stafira.

Dragons

3-6 -- 9

Fireballs

0-0 -- 0

Goals -- Dragons: Stefan Meruvia (3), Josh Clark (2), Christian Passos (2), Brandon English, Tanner Tracey.

Under-8 Girls

Ladybugs

2-2 -- 4

Pegasus

1-1 -- 2

Coaches' standouts -- Ladybugs: Kelly Martin, Eva Thorpe, Karly Brusie. Pegasus: Vanessa Kovar, Erin Seagears, Maddison Miles, Savannah Racine.

Under-7 Girls

Wildcats

5-5 -- 10

Blue Dolphins

2-0 -- 2

Goals -- Dolphins: Ebony Payne, Stephanie Jimenez. Wildcats: Brianna Hollins (5), Jane Allen (3), Amber Jones (2). Coaches' standouts -- Dolphins: Clare Carr, Claire McNulty, Jessie Opella, Kayla Perkins. Wildcats: Tyler Billeb, Maddie Tthorpe, Jennifer Werling.

Occoquan Swimming

PVS Fall Gator Mini Meet

Wakefield HS, Oct. 26-27

Alison McDonough, 7, won four events with personal-best times and was the top scorer among Occoquan swimmers. McDonough won the 7-and-under 50 breast (49.93), 100 free (1:26.66), 25 breast (23.88) and 100 IM (1:43.95). She also finished second in the 25 free and 50 fly and fourth in the 25 fly.

The girls' 8-year-old relay team of Kendall Hough, Abby MacDonald, Jackie Mallon and Leah Mulvehill broke a nine-year-old team record in the 200 free, finishing first in 2:44.53. The boys' 8-year-old team of David Hughes, Parker Hudson, Justin Doyle and Harrison Sweeney also set a new team standard in the 200 free, taking first in 2:40.30.

First place -- Kelly Henry, 6, 50 free; Second place -- Abby MacDonald, 8, 25 free, back; David Hughes, 8, 50 breast; Third place -- Erin Giachinta, 7, 50 free; Henry, 25 breast; Kendall Hough, 8, 25 free; Michelle Jaegar, 7, 25 back, 50 fly; Hughes, 25 breast, 100 IM; Matthew Quinn, 7, 25 fly; Sam Stronko, 7, 100 free; Fourth place -- Hough, 25 back, fly; Abby MacDonald, 25 free, 100 IM; Justin Doyle, 8, 100 free, 25 free; Hughes, 25 back; Alexander MacDonald, 6, 100 free; Quinn, 25 free, 50 free; Fifth place -- Jaeger, 50 back; Abby MacDonald, 50 free; Nathaniel Patsfall, 7, 100 IM; Quinn, 25 back; Sixth place -- Giachinta, 25 fly; Hughes, 25 free; Nicholas Patrick, 8, 50 breast.

Twenty-five athletes ages 8 and younger competed and combined for more than 85 percent best times. Four had six time improvements: David Hughes, Jackie Mallon, Leah Mulvehill and Mathew Quinn.