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Prep roundup: 12/20


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INWOOD, W.Va. -- Devin Call led a balanced Millbrook attack with a game-high 22 points, leading the Pioneers to a 70-45 victory over Musselman (W.Va.) in boys basketball Monday.

Donte' Harris added 15 points and Rze Culbreath had 11 for the Pioneers, who sank 11-of-13 free throws opposed to the Applemen's dismal 4-for-17 effort from the line.
Brady Baker nearly reached double digits in scoring as well, finishing with eight points for Millbrook (3-2).

Trevon Wesco had 11 points to lead Musselman.


Boys swimming

Pioneers 120, Eagles 42

WINCHESTER -- Thomas Northrup and Michael Span won two individual events each to lead host Millbrook past Hedgesville (W.Va.) on Saturday.

Northrup was first in the 200-meter individual medley and 400 free, while Span won the 50 free and 100 backstroke. Other winners for Millbrook were Mitchell Lippy in the 200 free, Joshua Glander in the 100 free and Nick Patton in the 100 breaststroke.

The Pioneers won all three relays.


Warriors 116, Judges 54

WINCHESTER -- Morgan DeJong and Brian Baker won two individual events each to lead host Sherando to a dual-meet win over Handley on Friday.

DeJong picked up firsts in the 100-meter backstroke and 100 butterfly, while Baker was first in the 200 individual medley and 100 freestyle. Other individual winners for Sherando were Tanner Westmoreland in the 50 free, Rei Sturm in the 400 free and Troy Fultz in the 100 breaststroke.

The Warriors won all three relays.

For Handley, Ethan Vollinsky was first in the 200 free.


Pioneers 182, Vikings 102

PURCELLVILLE -- Thomas Northrup and Mitchell Lippy won two individual events each as visiting Millbrook beat Loudoun Valley on Friday.

Lippy won the 200-yard freestyle and 500 free, and Northrup was first in the 200 individual medley and 100 butterfly.

Other winners for the Pioneers were Joshua Glander in the 100 free, Joe Patterson in the 100 backstroke and Nick Patton in the 100 breaststroke. Millbrook added two relay wins.


Girls swimming

Pioneers 96, Eagles 84

WINCHESTER -- Sierra Doherty, Katie Kozlowski and Caitlin McClellan won two events apiece to lead host Millbrook past Hedgesville (W.Va.) on Saturday.

Doherty won the 200-meter freestyle and 400 free, Kozlowski was first in the 200 individual medley and 100 backstroke, and McClellan won the 50 free and 100 free. Caroline Ulich added a first in the 100 breaststroke for the Pioneers, who also won all three relays.


Warriors 101, Judges 69

WINCHESTER -- Megan DeJong and Marina Baker won two events each to lead host Sherando past Handley in a dual meet on Friday.

DeJong swam state qualifying times in winning the 200 individual medley and 400 freestyle, and Baker was first in the 200 free and 100 breaststroke for the Warriors. Other first-place finishers for Sherando were Kelsey Dingman in the 50 free and Alexis English in the 100 free.

The Warriors won all three relays.

"It's very early in the season for us, but we had a lot of our younger swimmers step up and swim very well for us tonight," Sherando coach Joe Knight said. "Freshman Kelsey Dingman and sophomore Alexis English swam very well, as did freshman Brenna Sharp.

"This was Kelsey's and Brenna's first high school dual meet and they both showed tonight that they can become quality swimmers for our program."

For Handley, Liz Grove won the 100 backstroke and Sparkle Kitchin took first in the 100 butterfly.


Vikings 143, Pioneers 141

PURCELLVILLE -- Caitlin McClellan and Sierra Doherty won two individual events each as the visiting Pioneers fell just short against Loudoun Valley on Friday.

McClellan was first in the 50-yard freestyle and 100 free, and Doherty won the 200 free and 500 free. Other winners for Millbrook were Katie Kozlowski in the 100 backstroke and Caroline Ulich in the 100 breaststroke. Millbrook added a relay win.



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