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BaseballLake Braddock (14-1, 9-0 Patriot)

The Bruins got back to their winning ways after beating Lee, 10-0, and then dispatching of T.C. Williams, 18-1. Next up is W.T. Woodson. But all eyes will be on a May 10 meeting with South County.

Centreville (12-2, 3-1 Concorde)

The Wildcats’ 2-1 victory against Chantilly on Tuesday night makes the district race much more interesting, as the teams head into their final games of the year. The final meeting between the two team (May 11) could determine playoff seeding.

McLean (10-5, 7-3 Liberty)

The Highlanders didn’t have too much trouble beating South Lakes, 7-4, this past week, but a Tuesday night game with Stone Bridge proved challenging. McLean lost, 9-1, ending a six-game winning streak. Five games remain on the schedule with key meetings against Madison and Langley to end the year.

Chantilly (11-2, 4-1 Concorde)

Tuesday night’s loss to Centreville put the Chargers only one game ahead of the Wildcats in the district. But Chantilly’s upcoming district slate gives the team a chance to build a sizeable lead. Games against Westfield and Oakton are on the horizon.

Stone Bridge (11-4, 8-1 Liberty)

Since a 6-4 loss to Robinson to start the month of April, the Bulldogs have been on a tear — winning five straight. In those wins, Stone Bridge has given up only two runs and notched wins against McLean and Fairfax.

SoftballLake Braddock (14-0, 9-0 Patriot)

In a competitive district, Lake Braddock continues to reign supreme. The Bruins dominated in their past two games against Lee, 16-0, and T.C. Williams, 17-0. A perfect regular season is within reach.

Stone Bridge (11-1, 8-1 Liberty)

Friday night’s game between the Bulldogs and Madison is one that shouldn’t be missed. The game pits the top two district teams against each other. Stone Bridge will be looking to use Friday to rebound from a 5-3 loss to McLean.

Madison (12-3, 8-2 Liberty)

After spending much of the season training Stone Bridge in the district standings, Madison now is the co-leader entering Friday’s game. The Warhawks will look to extend their eight-game winning streak.

South County (12-2, 7-1 Patriot)

The race in the Patriot is down to three teams, Lake Braddock, West Potomac and South County. The Stallions are managing to stay in the picture despite falling, 3-2, to Lake Braddock this past week. An 11-0 victory against Lee has the team back on course. Games against Woodson and Annandale are on the slate for next week.

West Potomac (12-3, 8-2 Patriot)

The Patriot’s third-place team hasn’t given up a run in three games since losing, 3-0, to Lake Braddock two weeks ago. Wins against Lee, 7-0; T.C. Williams, 13-0; and West Springfield, 16-0, have the Wolverines just behind Lake Braddock in the conference standings.