Varsity Rewind: April 21-23 games
Stone Bridge High School's girls tennis team slipped past Broad Run 5-4 in a Battle of the 'Burn match April 23 to push their unbeaten streak to nine matches.
Thu., Apr. 24 | 12:05 PM
Dominion’s Smith taking football skills to Clemson
Dominion High School linebacker/running back Chad Smith, shown here rushing for a touchdown during a 2013 game against Potomac Falls, has one season left with the Titans before moving on to the Atlantic Coast Conference.—Times-Mirror Photo/Doug Stroud
Chad Smith is going to be a Tiger, but he will always be a Titan. The 6-foot-4 All-American outside linebacker, a rising senior whom Dominion High School coach Karl Buckwalter calls "the most instinctive football player I've ever been privileged to coach," announced April 10 he will accept a scholarship offer to play football at Clemson University.
Wed., Apr. 23 | 06:20 AM
Varsity Spring Sports Rewind: April 1-14 games
Tuscarora High School defeated Stone Bridge 5-4 in varsity softball April 10. The Huskies, coached by Megan Smith, won for the fourth time in six games to open the season.—Times-Mirror Photo/Rick Wasser
Senior Corley Simons scored late in regulation to lift Loudoun Valley to an 11-10 girls' lacrosse victory against Battlefield on April 14 in a rematch of a 2013 VHSL state quarterfinal game.
Tue., Apr. 15 | 10:54 AM
Varsity Spring Sports Rewind: March 19-31 games
Sophomore Cole Gabriele pitched a no-hitter March 24 in Tuscarora’s 12-0 win versus Park View. The 6-foot-4 lefty struck out 12 batters in his varsity debut.—Courtesy Photo
Loudoun Valley won close games against Loudoun County in baseball and softball March 31. Stone Bridge girls' tennis outlasted Thomas Jefferson 5-4 to remain undefeated.
Tue., Apr. 1 | 09:48 AM
Loudoun All-Stars outshine Fairfax in NOVA Challenge
Travis Fulgham of the Loudoun All-Stars surveys the court March 23 during the inaugural NOVA Challenge. Fulgham, a senior at Broad Run High School, was selected as Loudoun’s Most Valuable Player after scoring 17 points in a 125-115 win.—Times-Mirror Photo/Rick Wasser
Held for the very first time March 23 at Centreville High School, the NOVA Challenge pitted the best high school senior basketball players in Loudoun County versus the top upperclassman hoopsters from Fairfax County.
Wed., Mar. 26 | 07:10 AM
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Branton leads Dominion’s charge from the back
Senior Elysse Branton has displayed her versatility throughout her varsity soccer career at Dominion. Branton set the Titans’ record for goals in a season with 24 before switching to the defensive side of the field as a junior.—Times-Mirror Photo/Rick Wasser
With the varsity soccer season kicking off this week for area high schools, the Dominion Titans girls' team has to be one to watch this spring.
Wed., Mar. 19 | 11:05 AM
2014 Varsity Spring Sports Schedule
The 2014 varsity spring sports athletic schedule kicks off in Loudoun this week, weather permitting. The spring slate includes track and field, baseball, softball, soccer, lacrosse and tennis.
Sun., Mar. 16 | 09:40 AM
4A North All-Region basketball team
Loudoun County High School's Ethan Walker and Maggie Phillips, and Dominion's Tony Richardson garnered first-team accolades on the Virginia 4A North Region basketbal team.
Fri., Mar. 7 | 12:50 PM
Titans sending eight athletes to college ranks
Eight Dominion High School seniors will continue their athletic careers in college. Seated, from left, are Mike Christ, Rebecca Angerome, Elysse Branton, Katherine Strycharz and Justin Lyles. Standing are Yazeed Atariwa, Tony Richardson and Evan Ferguson.—Courtesy Photo
Dominion High School recently held a ceremony to honor eight seniors who have committed to play collegiate athletics. The student-athletes are members of the Titans' football, girls' soccer and boys' basketball teams.
Tue., Mar. 4 | 02:15 PM
Regional basketball playoffs scoreboard
Loudoun County High School fell 64-53 to host William Fleming on Friday night in the 4A North Region girls' championship game. The Raiders will advance to the Virginia 4A state tournament as regional finalists.
Sat., Mar. 1 | 06:40 AM
Relay Pride: Heritage swims to state relay title
Senior Tim Burris, shown here performing the backstroke at the Conference 21 meet, teamed with Phillip Crouch, Michael Burris and Jake Schroth to win the 200-yard medley relay title in a time of 1:40.24 at the Virginia 4A state swim championships.—Times-Mirror File Photo/Joel Wolcott
Heritage High School's prolific 200-yard medley relay team highlighted a strong showing by area competitors at the Virginia 4A state swim championships. The Pride's Tim Burris, Phillip Crouch, Michael Burris and Jake Schroth touched the wall first to claim state gold Feb. 22 at the Christiansburg Aquatic Center.
Thu., Feb. 27 | 10:52 AM
Mat Kings: Four Loudoun wrestlers bring home state gold
Emotion overcomes Potomac Falls senior Omer Nezam as his hand is raised following a 3-2 decision victory against Freedom senior Bradley Nelson in the Virginia 5A 160-pound championship match Feb. 22 at Robinson Secondary School in Fairfax.—Times-Mirror Photo/Moe Murphy
Persistence paid off in a big way for Potomac Falls High School senior Omer Nezam at the Virginia 5A state wrestling championships Feb. 22 at Robinson Secondary School in Fairfax.
Tue., Feb. 25 | 02:53 PM
All-Conference basketball teams
Broad Run's Khiorie Stewart and Mariah Leonard were selected as Conference 14 Players of the Year. Loudoun Valley's Paul Rowley earned the same honor in Conference 28, as did Dominion's Tony Richardson and Heritage's Kayla Tibbs in Conference 21.
Mon., Feb. 24 | 07:25 PM
Worth the wait: Raiders claim first postseason tournament title since 1966
The Loudoun County Raiders rejoice with their 4A Conference 21 boys’ basketball championship trophy after defeating Dominion 57-46 in the title game Feb. 21 in Leesburg.—Times-Mirror Photo/Mike Stancik
Heading into the 4A Conference 21 boys' basketball championship game with Dominion, Loudoun County High School was one step away from achieving a feat that had not been accomplished in 48 years at the Leesburg school.
Sun., Feb. 23 | 08:42 AM
Conference basketball tournament scoreboard
Broad Run (Conference 14 boys), Freedom (Conference 14 girls), Loudoun County (Conference 21 boys and girls) and Loudoun Valley (Conference 28 boys) each won conference tournament championships.
Sun., Feb. 23 | 07:30 AM
Varsity Basketball Standings
Broad Run (boys) and Freedom (girls) have wrapped up first place in Conference 14. Loudoun County finished atop the Dulles District girls' standings and tied Loudoun Valley for first place in Dulles boys. Standings updated through completion of regular season.
Wed., Feb. 19 | 06:05 AM
Dominion girls, Heritage boys lead pack at 4A North region swim meet
The Dominion Titans and the Heritage Pride proved to be the class of the field at the 4A North Region Swim Championships. The Titans won the girls' title and the Pride claimed the boys' crown Feb. 15 at George Mason University's Aquatic Center.
Tue., Feb. 18 | 11:48 AM
Accomplished Anderson sets sights on 2016 Olympics
Sharpshooter Ryan Anderson is gearing up for a series of Olympic-trial World Cups that begin in March. The Dominion High School alum is a two-time NCAA All-American.—Photo Courtesy/USA Shooting
Dominion High School alumnus Ryan Anderson now lives 4,000 miles away in Alaska. Other than that, not much has changed.
Wed., Feb. 12 | 10:30 PM
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Varsity Basketball Rewind: Feb. 7-10 games
Loudoun County High School senior Maggie Phillips reached the 1,000 career points milestone Feb. 7. The multi-sport standout will play volleyball at the U.S. Naval Academy.—Times-Mirror Photo/Rick Wasser
Teal Reynolds set the single-game scoring mark for Potomac Falls High School girls' basketball with 33 points in a Feb. 10 victory against Briar Woods. Look inside for scores and submitted stats.
Tue., Feb. 11 | 12:42 PM
Photos: Conference 21 Wrestling Championships
Woodgrove’s Gunner Hilling, top, needed just 44 seconds to pin Sherando’s Chris Morgan in the 195-pound final at the Conference 21 Wrestling Championships.—Times-Mirror Photo/Moe Murphy
Four Woodgrove High School wrestlers won individual titles and a pair of Loudoun County Raiders claimed individual crowns at the Conference 21 Wrestling Championships, Feb. 8 at Sherando High School in Stephens City.
Tue., Feb. 11 | 10:22 AM