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Osbourn ball teams settle in at Metz

- Osbourn High School baseball and softball teams still have home games but “home” is now the field at Metz Middle School across Wellington Road. That'll be the case for awhile as the high school teams wait for a new baseball facility of their own to be built. For now, they share space with Metz's teams.

The Running Store City-County Championship scores

- Athletes from Battlefield, Forest Park, Freedom, Gar-Field, Hylton, Manassas Park, Osbourn, Osbourn Park, Patriot, Potomac, Stonewall Jackson and Woodbridge competed at The Running Store City-County Championship on April 18 at Osbourn Park High School in Manassas. Athletes placing in the top eight earned points for their teams. They are listed as follows:

Pioneers, Vikings take top spots in all-local track

- Imagine a family reunion attended by almost everyone. That's basically what the The Running Store City-County Championship meet on Saturday amounted to as 12 out of 13 local public high schools competed along side each other at Osbourn Park High School in Manassas.

Hylton baseball looks to reload

- Hylton has had its fair share of talent come through the baseball program lately, as evidenced by the Bulldogs' many victories and collegiate signings over the past four years. The varsity team's previous four seasons brought 73 wins in 95 games, including two 6A South region championships.

Osbourn regroups after tough baseball losses

- The good news for the Osbourn varsity boys baseball team is there is still time during the regular season to regroup and fight for one of the top four spots in the five-team Conference 8 standings. In order to do that though, the Eagles will have to do something consistently that hasn't happened in back-to-back games yet: put up runs without giving them up.

Bookends bother Brentsville in 14-5 loss to Kettle Run

- Boy, that escalated quickly. The Kettle Run varsity boys lacrosse team (6-1 overall, 2-2 conference) wasted little time building enough distance to separate from Brentsville District (2-3, 0-2) last Thursday night, burying four shots on goal in less than three minutes during the first quarter alone as part of a 14-5 victory.

Opening day

- Spring is in the air and so is the sound of grand slams and slides to the plate. Baseball season opened on April 11 for the Brentsville District Youth League and on April 9 for the Minor League Potomac Nationals.

Hylton defeats Stonewall for first girls soccer win

- If you're got to pick up your first win of the season, you might as well earn it at home. The Hylton varsity girls soccer team last week used its home field to its advantage, lighting up the Stonewall Jackson net for a 6-0 victory in Dale City.

Brentsville wrestler wins at nationals

- Brentsville District High School sophomore Austin Obermeyer, weighing in at 142 pounds, took first place last week at the 12th annual War at the South Jersey Shore Folkstyle National Wrestling Tournament. The tournament, which took place in Wildwood, N.J. over Easter weekend, drew in more than 1,700 wrestlers from 16 states.

Veterans guide Tiger boys to strong start

- Since he took over the Brentsville District boys tennis team in 2008, Brian Taylor has twice had to build the program up from the ground up. That meant recruiting enough freshmen just to put together a competitive squad and guide them to growth within the game season after season.
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