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Broad Run seniors Brandon Gonzales and Meech Hembry celebrate Hembry’s second touchdown as the Spartans defeated the Briar Woods Falcons, 36-21, in Ashburn.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

Broad Run runs past rival Briar Woods

Broad Run needed a response. After scoring its second touchdown of the second half, Briar Woods trailed by just eight with plenty of time for another if it could get a stop on defense. Fortunately for the host Spartans, there was little doubt that they would get it and possibly even less about who would be responsible for it. Senior Meech Hembry scored on a 20-yard run with 3:05 left to give Broad Run the insurance touchdown it needed in a 36-21 win over crosstown rival Briar Woods on Friday night.

Loudoun’s Varsity Football Scoreboard: Week 5

Broad Run, Dominion, Heritage, Loudoun County, Potomac Falls, Stone Bridge, Tuscarora and Woodgrove each won Friday night during the fifth week of the 2016 varsity football season. John Champe topped Park View on Thursday night, and Riverside travels to Brentsville for a Saturday afternoon clash.

Russell Blackwell

Varsity Football Player of the Week: Russell Blackwell

Woodgrove High School student-athlete Russell Blackwell is our Varsity Football Player of the Week for the fourth week of the 2016 season. Blackwell is a senior wide receiver for coach Mike Skinnner and the unbeaten Wolverines.

Heritage coach Matt Swartz and Pride golfers Garrett Ganley and Nick Rentsch watch the action unfold at the Conference 21-B golf tournament.—Times-Mirror/Bill Clare

Heritage goes low at Conference 21-B golf tournament

The Heritage Pride continued their stellar season Sept. 22 at the Conference 21-B golf tournament. Nick Rentsch, Eli Newman, Garrett Ganley and Hayden Miller each shot rounds in the 70s on the Loudoun Golf and Country Club par 72 course in Purcellville to win the team championship. Loudoun Valley junior Ryan Hammer earned low medalist honors at the conference tourney for a second straight year.

Loudoun Valley to induct nine into Hall of Fame

Loudoun Valley High School's 2016 Athletic Hall of Fame class includes a retired coach and eight student-athletes. Claudia Hoeltzel Bolen-Sullivan, Jeff Jackson, Dawn Robinette, Kenny Mallory Sr., TJ Dorsey, Kristen Bailey Heggenstaller, Stephen James Sheehan, Jessica Everhart Lloyd and Doug Livesay will be inducted Oct. 7 during halftime of Valley's home football game versus Handley.

Briar Woods places first at Conference 14 golf tournament

The Briar Woods Falcons shot a four-player total of 321 at 1757 Golf Club in Dulles to edge Tuscarora and Stone Bridge by one stroke for the team crown Sept. 21 at the Conference 14 golf tournament. Tuscarora freshman Michael Brennan shot a 1-under par round of 71 to claim low medalist honors.
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Briar Woods sophomore Jewel Clark slammed four kills and produced two blocks Sept. 20 in a four-set victory against Stone Bridge.—File Photo/Rick Wasser

Loudoun’s Varsity Sports Rewind: Sept. 15-20 events

Briar Woods kept its unbeaten record intact with a 19-25, 25-22, 25-12, 25-22 win versus Stone Bridge in varsity volleyball Tuesday night in Ashburn. The Conference 14 showdown featured the last two Virginia 5A state champions - Stone Bridge in 2015 and Briar Woods in 2014. Look inside for submitted scores, stats and recaps from football, golf and volleyball.

Senior QB Mike Kovich and the Woodgrove Wolverines moved to 4-0 this season following a 24-14 victory against Dominion.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

Woodgrove overcomes halftime deficit to defeat Dominion (photos added)

Trailing 14-10 after two quarters, the Woodgrove Wolverines regrouped at halftime and scored the game's final 14 points to earn a 24-14 hard-fought victory over the host Dominion Titans on Sept. 16 in Sterling. After struggling to contain the speed and elusiveness of Dominion quarterback Vashon McCants in the first half, Woodgrove found the defensive cohesion necessary to shut out the Titans in the second half and remain undefeated.

Broad Run senior lineman Erik Davenport records a tackle during a Sept. 16 game versus Centreville.—Photo Courtesy/Dave Harmon

Siler, Centreville pass Broad Run’s test

What a difference a year makes. It was only last September when Broad Run running back Meech Hembry and his offensive teammates stormed into Centreville's back yard and scorched them for 253 yards rushing and five touchdowns in a 56-21 rout. This time, it was the Wildcats turn as they came to Ashburn to repay the favor, rallying for a hard-fought 21-9 victory over the host Spartans.

Riverside freshman Chloe Ramirez crossed the finish line first in the Varsity ‘B’ girls race at the Oatlands Invitational.—Times-Mirror/Bill Clare

Loudoun Valley boys run to Oatlands Invitational title

Eight races. More than 2,000 runners representing high schools from seven states. The 2016 Oatlands Invitational was once again a big hit Sept. 17 at historic Oatlands Plantation in Leesburg. The Loudoun Valley Vikings easily paced the boys' field in the Varsity 'A' race. The Vikings placed five runners in the top 45, highlighted by junior Peter Morris crossing the finish line second.

John Champe junior Carl Garmon III rushed for a game-high 201 yards and two touchdowns.—File Photo/Rick Wasser

John Champe stands strong, hands Loudoun Valley its first loss

If John Champe has some growing up to do, it likely aged well late Friday night. Facing a previously unbeaten Loudoun Valley team on the road, the youthful Knights held tight in the fourth quarter to help preserve a 17-14 victory in Purcellville. In the game’s final quarter, the Knights (2-1) limited the Vikings (3-1) to a punt, interception, turnover on downs and a desperation heave to end the game.

Loudoun’s Varsity Football Scoreboard: Week 4

Heritage, John Champe, Park View, Potomac Falls, Riverside, Stone Bridge and Woodgrove high schools were each victorious Friday night during the fourth week of the 2016 varsity football season. Potomac Falls and Woodgrove each moved to 4-0, while second-year Riverside earned its first-ever victory.

Michael McCarthy

Varsity Football Player of the Week: Michael McCarthy

Michael McCarthy of Briar Woods High School is our Varsity Football Player of the Week for the third week of the 2016 season. McCarthy is a senior offensive and defensive lineman for coach Charlie Pierce and the Falcons.

Stone Bridge junior Emily Hinkle, left, finds the back of the cage for a goal in a Sept. 12 game versus Loudoun Valley.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

New sport is old hat for Stone Bridge

The sport of field hockey may have just been introduced to Loudoun County's public high schools this fall, but the varsity team at Stone Bridge High School plays together like experienced veterans. Through the early going, the Bulldogs' record stands at 6-1, having cumulatively outscored those seven opponents 32-4.

Woodgrove High School cross-country runners, from left, Grace Robinson, Emma Jane Kimmett, Kasey Fairbanks and Nikole McClure jump for joy following the Wolverines’ third-place team finish Sept. 10 at the Judges Classic meet.—Courtesy Photo

Loudoun’s Varsity Sports Rewind: Sept. 10-13 events

Briar Woods, Loudoun County, Riverside and Rock Ridge high schools prevailed in varsity volleyball matches Tuesday night. In varsity field hockey, Briar Woods dealt Stone Bridge its first loss of the season, and Dominion won in shutout fashion. Look inside for scores and submitted recaps from volleyball, golf, field hockey and cross-country.

High Schools

Briar Woods
Falcons

Broad Run
Spartans

Dominion
Titans

Freedom
Eagles

Heritage
Pride

John Champe
Knights

Loudoun Co.
Raiders

Loudoun Valley
Vikings

Park View
Patriots

Potomac Falls
Panthers

Riverside
Rams

Rock Ridge
Phoenix

Stone Bridge
Bulldogs

Tuscarora
Huskies

Woodgrove
Wolverines



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