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The Stone Bridge Bulldogs, shown here competing at the Loudoun County Public Schools Championships in October, placed second at the VHSL 5A Competition Cheer Championships Nov. 8 in Richmond. The Bulldogs capped a strong postseason that saw them win the 5A North Region championship with the runner-up finish.—Times-Mirror File Photo/Rick Wasser

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Stone Bridge, Broad Run and Briar Woods high schools placed second through fourth respectively behind Group 5A champion Hickory at the VHSL State Competition Cheer Championships Nov. 8 at the Siegel Center in Richmond.

All-5A North Region cheer team

Four members of Stone Bridge High School's region champion cheer squad were selected on the 2014 All-5A North Region competition cheer team. State qualifiers Broad Run and Briar Woods are also represented.

Competition Cheer All-Conference 14 team

Stone Bridge, Broad Run, Briar Woods and Tuscarora high schools are each represented on the All-Conference 14 Competition Cheer team.

Competition Cheer All-Conference 21 team

Dominion, Heritage, Loudoun County, Park View and Woodgrove high schools are each represented on the Virginia High School League Competition Cheer All-Conference 21 team.

Tuscarora High School cheered to the team championship at the 2014 Loudoun County Public Schools Competitive Cheer Championship Oct. 8 at Rock Ridge High School in Ashburn.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

Huskies cheer, dance to LCPS championship

With a complex, high-energy three-minute routine featuring a double shot of musical dance sandwiching a minute of cheers and chants, the Tuscarora Huskies won this year's Loudoun County Public Schools Competitive Cheer Championship, held Oct. 8 at Rock Ridge High School in Ashburn.

The Tuscarora Huskies perform during the first round of the VHSL Competition Cheer Championships Nov. 9 in Richmond. The Huskies - coached by Meg Upp - advanced to the 5A finals where they finished second in the state.—Times-Mirror Photo/James Haskins

Tuscarora cheers to runner-up finish at VHSL Championships

Tuscarora and Stone Bridge high schools both advanced to the finals of the Virginia High School League Competition Cheer Championships Nov. 9 at the Siegel Center in Richmond.

The Stone Bridge Bulldogs continued their stellar season by winning the 5A North Region championship Nov. 2.—Times-Mirror File Photo/Beverly Denny

Four Loudoun squads qualify for state cheer meet

The Stone Bridge Bulldogs are headed to the Virginia High School League Cheer Championships following their winning routine at the 5A North Region meet. Briar Woods, Dominion and Tuscarora also qualified for the state competition with top four finishes at regionals.

Ayden Sengphiehl poses with his Woodgrove High School competition cheer teammates Oct. 23 at the Conference 21 meet. Sengphiehl is the Wolverines’ first male cheerleader.—Times-Mirror Photo/Rick Wasser

Purcellville teen trades football for competitive cheer

Ayden Sengphiehl wanted to try something different. He had played a few years of competitive football, including a season on the freshmen team at Woodgrove High School.

The Loudoun County Raiders are jubilant following their runner-up finish Oct. 23 at the Conference 21 Cheer Championships.—Times-Mirror Photo/Rick Wasser

Conference 21 Competition Cheer results

Sherando High School edged Loudoun County by 2.5 points for the team title at the 4A Conference 21 Competition Cheer meet Oct. 23 at Park View High School in Sterling.

Conference 14 Competition Cheer results

Stone Bridge High School won the team championship at the 5A Conference 14 Competition Cheer meet, contested among six Loudoun schools Oct. 24 at Briar Woods High School in Ashburn.

Stone Bridge High School cheerleaders Mary DiSilvestre, left, and Faith Stackpole embrace after learning the Bulldogs had won the Loudoun County Public Schools Cheer Championships. Alexa Ferrara is pictured to the right.—Times-Mirror Staff Photo/Beverly Denny

Motivated Bulldogs steal the show at LCPS Cheer Championships

After placing second just four days earlier as the host school at the Cheers Sports Spirit Bowl, the Stone Bridge High School competition cheerleading squad came into the Loudoun County Public Schools Cheer Championships with a chip on its shoulder.

The Broad Run Spartans are off to a great start in the 2013 competition cheer season.—Courtesy Photo

Broad Run claims title at Cheer Sports Spirit Bowl

Broad Run High School's competition cheer team placed first at the Cheer Sports Spirit Bowl, contested Oct. 5 at Stone Bridge High School in Ashburn.

Loudoun Valley to host Spiritfest cheer competition Saturday

Loudoun Valley High School will host nine competitive cheer teams for Spiritfest on Sept. 28. The processional starts at 1:30 p.m. with the first team performing at 2:10 p.m.
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The Briar Woods Falcons claimed their fourth straight championship at the Virginia AA state competition cheer meet Nov. 10 in Richmond.—Courtesy Photo

Four cheers for Briar Woods: Falcons are state champs once again

The Briar Woods Falcons competition cheer squad won their fourth consecutive Virginia AA state championship Nov. 10 at the Siegel Center in Richmond. The Falcons scored 279 points in the finals to edge runner-up Grafton by two points for the title.
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The Briar Woods Falcons competition cheer squad rejoices after winning their fourth consecutive Region II championship Nov. 3 in Aldie. Briar Woods, Tuscarora, Stone Bridge and Broad Run have all qualified for the VHSL state competition Nov. 10 in Richmond.—Times-Mirror Photo/Rick Wasser

Falcons soar to another Region II championship

For the seniors of the Briar Woods High School competition cheer team, winning is just what they do. After winning the state title three years in a row, from 2009 to 2011, the Falcons were shocked when they finished runner-up to Tuscarora for the Dulles District regular-season title.

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