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Arlington 7th-grade hoop team goes 16-0

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An Arlington Travel Basketball girls teams capped an undefeated 16-0 season in the Fairfax County Youth Basketball League with victories in postseason tournament-championship games.

The seventh-grade girls squad, coached by John Lomas, won the Division I championship game, 51-42, over Lee-Mount Vernon.

For Arlington, Logan Miller earned Most Valuable Player honors. Her teammates, Madison Doerr and Mia Morrill, received regular season all-league honors.

Other players were Ainsley Lomas, Ellie Wertzler, Fiona Bentsen, Isabel Karam, Kathryn Wagener, Olivia Di Leonardo, Rosie Miller, Taylor Harrington and Zainab Qaiyumi.

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Assistant coaches were Kent Reed and Chris Wertzler.

* Another Arlington Travel team that enjoyed success was the sixth-grade girls squad, coached by Liz Kaufman. It finished as Division I regular-season champion and second in the tournament.

Charlotte Donato was chosen the regular-season Most Valuable Player. She was joined on the all-league team by Parker Matthews.

* The Arlington Travel sixth-grade boys team, coached by Will Jones, was the Division I regular-season and playoff runner-up. Danny Sullivan and Luke Jones earned all-league honors.

* The Arlington Travel seventh-grade boys team, coached by Justin McLean, was the Division I regular-season runner-up. Matt Langley, Nate Randles and Quinlan Taylor earned all-league honors.

* Jeremiah Poole from the Arlington Travel eighth-grade boys team, coached by Martin Lowen, was named regular-season Most Valuable Player. He was joined on the all-league team by Carmichael Williams and Jake Coulam. Lowen was named regular-season Most Valuable Coach.

* Trey Cannady, James Madden and Karsin Patel from the Arlington Travel fifth-grade boys team, coached by Vidal Sadaka, earned all-league.

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