Chantilly High Weekly Sports Review

Sports highlights for April 29-May 6.

Boys Lacrosse: Chantilly’s boys lacrosse team (13-1) capped off a 13-win regular season with a 12-4 victory against Jefferson Monday evening. The Chargers had a week break before heading into Concorde District tournament action this upcoming Monday.

Momentum is on Chantilly’s side as the team hasn’t lost a game since April 19, their only loss of the season. Luke Bowers leads Chantilly in goals with 17, and ranks fifth overall in the Concorde District in scoring.

Girls Lacrosse: The Chargers closed out their regular season with a convincing 13-6 victory over Herndon High School on Friday, April 29. Last Friday’s victory gave Chantilly an impeccable 16-0 regular season record. Kacey Norwood led the Chargers with 7 goals while Sonia Wang finished with 3, Maddie Wallace with 2, and Brooke Fitzgerald contributed with 1.

The Chargers are 5th in Washington Post’s lacrosse rankings, and Kacey Norwood led the Concorde District in goals with 69. The team enjoyed a break in play this week before entering District tournament action which began Friday evening.

Baseball: The Charger Baseball team went 1-1 earlier this week, defeating Stone Bridge 6-4 on Monday, and losing to Oakton 5-3, Tuesday.

The Chargers hosted Centreville Friday evening as they enter the final stretch of the regular season.

Softball: Charger Softball (11-4) enjoyed two victories this Tuesday and Thursday. The Charges defeated Oakton 3-0 and Centreville 2-1, both wins coming on the road. With the wins, the team has won four straight, heating up just in time for the Concorde District tournament, which gets underway in a little under two weeks.

The Chargers played another game against Centreville Friday evening, and will honor its seniors for Senior night against Westfield on May 10. 

Girls Soccer: The soccer team won their fifth game in a row Tuesday evening, defeating South County 3-0. Charger goalkeeper Lauren Mashinski had an impressive showing, keeping South County’s offense from scoring. Katelyn Hurlock, Olivia Colella and Morgan Morris complemented Mashinski offensively as each scored goals in the contest.  Tuesday’s game was the fourth this season in which Chantilly’s defense held their opponent scoreless.

The Chargers hosted Centreville Friday evening and close the regular season out on the road against Robinson on Tuesday, May 10.

Boys Soccer: The Chargers snapped a three-game losing streak this week with wins at home over South County and T.C. Williams. On Tuesday, the Chargers defeated South County 3-2. Evan Ragland and Blake Poole each scored a goal in the game’s opening half. South County surged in the second half, scoring two unanswered goals. However, Farbod Yazdani’s game winning goal late in the game deflated any hopes South County had at emerging with the victory.

Chantilly overcame a slow start on Thursday to beat T.C. Williams. The Chargers trailed 1-0 at the half but scored three second half goals. Rey Chavez, Alex Bassnet and Evan Ragland each scored goals in the second half, with Ragland’s being the game winning one. 

The team fell to Centreville on Friday night 1-4 and will take on Robinson on Tuesday.


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