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Athletics April 18 - 23, 2022

Important Dates

Senior Nights this week:
Boys LAX - Tuesday, April 19
Outdoor Track & Field - Wednesday, April 20
Girls LAX - Thursday, April 21
Crew - Saturday, April 23
Co-Curricular Activities and HS Clubs & Activities Awards Ceremony - Wednesday, May 11, 7 PM, Little Theatre
LB Varsity Dance Team Showcase - Wednesday, May 25, Little Theatre, 7 PM, Purchase tickets on eTix!

Congratulations to our March Athletes of the Month!

Reagan Lear

Reagan Lear
Varsity Girls Lacrosse

Sam McAvoy
Varsity Boys Lacrosse

Sam McAvoy


Varsity Crew Ted Phoenix Regatta Results:

Men’s Novice 8 A Lineup – 1st Place
Women’s Varsity 4 – 2nd Place
Women’s Junior 8 – 2nd Place
Men’s Junior 4 – 2nd Place
Men’s Novice 8 B Lineup – 5th Place
Men’s Varsity 4 – 3rd in Heats
Women’s Freshman 8 – 4th Place
Women’s 2nd 4 – 3rd Place in 1st 4 category

Outdoor Track & Field, South Lakes Invitational Results:

Jordan Morris: 1st - High Jump
Michala Daniels: 1st - girls 100 meter hurdles, 2nd - long jump, & 1st - triple jump (top 10 in the state)
Tori Junius, 2nd - triple jump (state Top 50 List)
Grace Dickinson: 4th - 300 meter hurdles (ranks 10th in the Region)
Kyle Nyugen: 2nd - 110 hurdles, 2nd - 300 meter hurdles
Cason Montague: 4th -110 hurdles, 10th - 300 meter hurdles
Caroline Gallotta: 1st - pole vault
Jeremy Anderson:  3rd - Boys 800 meters
Colin Kirkwood: 6th - Boys 800 meters
Meba Henook: 8th - Boys 800 meters
Bobby Leone: 10th - Boys 800 meters
Ameera Ali: 4th - Girls 400 meters
Haley Tran: 6th  - Girls 400 meters
Katelyn White:12th - - Girls 400 meters
Kai Bolme: 2nd - shot, 5th in Discus
Peter Gaughn: 5th - shot
Caleb Sharman: 6th - discus
Jeremiah Brown: 4th - Boys 100 meter dash
Jalen Walker: 10th - Boys 100 meter dash
Julia Schnieder: 3rd - Girls High Jump
Sarina Khani: 4th - Girls High Jump
Ken Fotouhi 4th - Boys Long Jump and 7th - boys 200 meter dash

Three Lake Braddock teams are headed to the 2022 Odyssey of the Mind World Finals, having bested numerous other teams in all kinds of categories, such as spontaneous, style, long-term, or weight-held subcategory scores in particular. 

  • 10th Grade Team (Jonathan Barnard, Casey Chen, Tyler Huang, and Kabir Shrivastava, along with teammates from West Springfield HS and Thomas Jefferson HSST) won First Place overall in their Classics Problem division, as well as First Place in spontaneous problem solving, and automatically advance to the World Finals
  • 7th/8th Grade Team (Mira Shrivastava, Nathan Lee, Juliana Newsom, Nargis Ibrah, Catherine Cutini, Adithya Pllai, and Jessica Soliman) won Third Place overall in their Drama Problem division, as well as First Place in spontaneous problem solving, and automatically advance to the World Finals
  • 8th Grade Team (Cameron Thorpe, Amelia Uhl, Ariana Chidambar, and Zoe Luong, along with teammates from Nysmith, Irving MS, and Sangster ES) won Fourth Place overall in their Balsa Problem division, and received a special invitation to advance to the World Finals

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Thank you!
Emile Richoux created a friendly space for Lake Braddock students and faculty to share and support each other. We are grateful he chose Lake Braddock for his Eagle Scout Project! If you see Emile, please express a heartfelt thank you!

Calling All Parents!!!

We are looking for practitioners (MDs, DOs, LNPs, and PAs) that are interested in volunteering for our annual Physical Night event! We need individuals willing and able to sign off on a student’s readiness to participate in athletics. If you’ve never seen how this event works, it has a production line-like setup. Students first complete a multi-station screening process which includes anthropometric measurements, blood pressure/pulse and vision (these stations are typically supervised by ATs, RNs, EMTs and PTs). Once the initial screening stations are complete, the student proceeds to the exam station where an MD, DO, LNP or PA will review their medical history as well as the results of the previously completed stations before conducting any medical/musculoskeletal evaluations deemed necessary to sign off on the student’s medical eligibility status.

This event serves as our main source of fundraising to replenish sports medicine supplies for the year and offer our athletes the best possible care. If you are an MD, DO, LNP, or PA, please consider donating your time and expertise to support a key component of Lake Braddock’s Athletic Training Program. We understand that health and safety are still a concern, so if there are any suggestions/stipulations you may have to make this work, don’t hesitate to share. We are willing to accommodate as best we can! If you know a practitioner who could help us out, please pass along this message and the signup link below!!

CLICK HERE to volunteer for the Lake Braddock/South County/West Springfield Physical Night event on June 9th, 2022!

Sports Physical Night

Save the Date for our Annual Sports Physical Night!

Mark your calendars, because our annual Sports Physical Night is BACK! Each year, the Athletic Training Program organizes a fundraising event where rising 9th-12th grade student-athletes can get their physicals done in advance of the following school year. Each student filters through an assembly line-like setup, where they get all vitals and measurements checked before seeing the doctor for a thorough physical exam. We then hold on to the physical for the following school year, which should give parents some peace of mind knowing it won’t get misplaced. Last year we joined forces with West Springfield and South County for the first time, and we intend to run it back this June! While there were some inevitable hiccups at our last event, we’ve identified what could be done better and we’re confident the night will run smoothly for all involved this time around. Keep your eyes peeled for sign-up information, once it’s made available to the public sometime in April!

Please consider signing your student up for this event, as these funds go directly into providing the best possible care for our student-athletes! While we’ve made some significant strides this year with fundraising (thank you boosters and families who have already contributed so much!), there are still some much needed updates we would love to offer our Bruins! For full transparency, please feel free to reach out to our Athletic Trainers, Kristyn Wharton ( and Brittany Arndt (, to discuss current conditions and future plans of updating the Athletic Training Room.

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The Bruins 2021-2022 Digital Sports Program is live and updated for Winter Sports! Check out team rosters, athletics sponsors, and team photos!
Need to find the program quickly when you are at a game? The link is always at the top of!

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This Tuesday, March 1, state legislation goes into effect that allows parents/guardians to elect for their children to not wear a mask in schools. As a school division, we continue to be concerned about the health of our Fairfax community and strongly recommend that all students continue to participate in universal masking for the protection of students and staff with health concerns.  However, masks will no longer be required while indoors or on buses.

Purchase your Lake Braddock Athletic Booster Membership

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If you prefer to purchase your booster passes by check, please mail the form (linked on the left of this page) and your check (made payable to LBABC) to the address below:
Lake Braddock Secondary School
ATTN: Student Activities Office
9200 Burke Lake Road
Burke, VA 22015


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