A scoring correction Monday cost Kettle Run’s girls the championship that they thought they won Saturday, but the Cougars still claimed the boys title of the Holiday Hundreds Invitational at the Prince William Aquatic Complex in Manassas.
Kettle Run’s boys amassed 155 points to win the 10-event meet that featured mostly 100-yard races, beating second-place Fauquier (115 points) while Brentsville placed third (107) with Manassas Park fifth (62) and Liberty 11th (3). Kettle Run’s girls finished with 157 points after the scoring correction, so they placed second behind Sherando (159.5) with Brentsville third (103.5), Fauquier eighth (26), Liberty ninth (16) and Manassas Park 10th (6).
Jack Cataneo led Brentsville by winning the 100 free (50.90) and placing fourth in the 100 breast (1:06.77) with Benjamin Huffman third in the 200 IM (2:03.49) and 100 back (57.29). Ryan Cunningham finished third in the 100 free (51.48) and 100 fly (55.80) with Andre Mickus sixth in the 100 breast (1:13.77).
For the Tigers’ girls, Charlotte Pizzillo tied for fourth in the 100 fly (1:07.10) and took fifth in the 100 free (2:26.36), while Cassie Rozman placed fourth in the 100 breast (1:20.56) with Isabel Bae sixth in the 100 free (1:00.29) and Caitlyn Moore eighth in the 100 free (1:00.36).
For Manassas Park, Brayden Wence finished fifth in the 100 fly (1:02.24) and seventh in the 200 IM (2:20.59) with Ryan Harlan sixth in the 100 back (1:04.48).
Stonewall Jackson girls basketball 85, McDonough 13
The Stonewall Jackson Raiders used 34 steals to beat McDonough 85-13 Saturday, giving them four victories in five days to extend their winning streak to six games.
The victory, during the She Got Game Class at FBCG Family Life Center in Upper Marlboro, Maryland, also gave the Raiders an 8-1 record this girls basketball season after beating Surattsville 64-39 during the Classic on Friday.
Against McDonough, Stonewall shut out the Rams in the fourth quarter after taking a 27-4 lead in the first period, a 57-7 advantage at halftime and a 70-13 lead at the end of the third quarter. Washington and Amanie Bonchu-Stokes had six steals each while Hannah Williams and Simone Jefferson had five apiece and Zoe Kanti had four with Imani Burke and Nataezja Gaskins adding three each.
Williams also led the Raiders with 19 points on 9-for-11 field goal shooting while Gaskins had 14 points (7-for-10), Washington had 11, Burke had 11, Jefferson had 10 and Kanti had nine.
Jefferson added eight rebounds and two blocks, while Williams had six rebounds and Alycia Prime had four. Williams also had six assists and Burke had five with Jefferson and Washington contributing three each.
Against Surattsville, Burke had 23 points, Kanti had 11 and Williams had six. Williams also led Stonewall with nine rebounds, five steals and three assists, while Washington had seven rebounds and Burke had six. Burke added three steals and two assists.