Soccer or football, Sergi gets his kicks
Broad Run High School senior Sammy Sergi, shown here playing in the 2014 VHSL 5A state championship game, has been a force with his feet for the Spartans’ soccer and football teams.—Times-Mirror/Doug Stroud
Wed., Mar. 18 | 12:40 PM - Sammy Sergi's given name is Samson, a call back to a conquering hero of ancient times. Like the original Samson, Sergi has always had longish hair, now down past shoulder-length. Unlike the Samson of Biblical yore, the Spartans' version doesn't rely on his hair for his power. He uses his feet.
Four Spartans to play college football
Tue., Feb. 17 | 06:50 AM - Broad Run High School recently held a ceremony to honor four student-athletes who will continue to play football at the collegiate level.
Freedom selects Curry to coach football program
Thu., Feb. 12 | 10:29 AM - Freedom High School has tabbed Sean Curry as its next head varsity football coach. Curry spent the last nine seasons as an assistant coach at Chantilly High School.
Briar Woods trio to play at next level
Sun., Feb. 8 | 07:40 PM - Three senior members of the Briar Woods High School football program have committed to continue their football careers in college. Briar Woods held a signing ceremony Feb. 4 to honor the players.
Six Huskies set to play collegiate athletics
Sat., Feb. 7 | 08:55 AM - Tuscarora High School recently held a signing ceremony for five football players and a volleyball player who will continue their athletic careers in college.
Loudoun players spark Team USA in International Bowl
Good friends off the field, Jordan Hinson, left, and Scotty Forbes joined forces on Team USA in the International Bowl.—Courtesy Photo
Wed., Feb. 4 | 05:01 PM - A trio of Loudoun athletes represented the USA Football Select Team in the International Bowl, contested Jan. 31 at AT&T Stadium in Dallas.
Tuscarora to honor Reimers at Feb. 3 basketball game
Fri., Jan. 30 | 02:33 PM - Tuscarora High School will honor senior tailback Noah Reimers for his outstanding career achievements Feb. 3 at halftime of the varsity boys' basketball game against Potomac Falls.
Long formally named Viking head football coach
Thu., Jan. 15 | 11:15 AM - Loudoun Valley High School has officially named Anthony Long its head football coach after Long led the Vikings to a successful 2014 campaign as the interim coach.
VHSL All-State Group 4A, 3A football teams
Loudoun County High School senior Antonio Jackson garnered Group 4A All-State honors as a wide receiver and a punt returner in 2014.—Times-Mirror Staff Photo/Rick Wasser
Sun., Jan. 4 | 10:15 AM - John Champe High School senior linebacker Stephen Young, Loudoun County senior punt returner Antonio Jackson and Loudoun Valley senior punter Aaron Peart each earned first-team honors on the Virginia High School League All State football teams.
Dulles Patriots place third at national football tournament
Fri., Jan. 2 | 11:38 AM - The Dulles Patriots Junior Pee Wee team placed third at the American Youth Football Division I national tournament, contested Dec. 7-13 in Orlando, Fla.
Reimers selected as VHSL 5A Player of the Year
Tuscarora High School senior Noah Reimers is the VHSL 5A All-State Player of the Year in football after rushing for more than 3,000 yards.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser
Sat., Dec. 27 | 06:30 PM - Tuscarora High School swept the top awards on the Virginia High School League Group 5A All-State football team. Senior tailback Noah Reimers is the Player of the Year and Adam Fortune is the Coach of the Year.
Stone Bridge alum to play final game for Hokies
Virginia Tech senior center David Wang blocks during a 2014 game against Duke University. Wang will play in his final collegiate game Dec. 27 in the Military Bowl.—Photo Courtesy/Virginia Tech athletics
Wed., Dec. 24 | 09:10 AM - For the past 22 years, the football team at Virginia Tech has made it to a postseason bowl game, boasting the second-longest active streak of its kind.
Washington vs. Philadelphia game photos
Tue., Dec. 23 | 12:15 PM - The Washington Redskins snapped a six-game losing streak with a 27-24 home victory against the Philadelphia Eagles on Dec. 20 at FedEx Field in Landover, Md.
Tuscarora falls a little short in state final
Tuscarora players look on dejectedly as L.C. Bird runs the final seconds off the game clock in the Virginia 5A state championship game. Despite the loss, the Huskies wrapped up their best season in the program’s five-year history with 14 wins and a 5A North Region title.—Times-Mirror/Doug Stroud
Tue., Dec. 16 | 12:05 PM - A storybook season for Tuscarora High School's varsity football program appeared on its way to a storybook ending Dec. 13 in the Virginia 5A state football championship game against L.C. Bird.
Virginia 5A state football title game to be televised
Thu., Dec. 11 | 11:16 AM - Tuscarora High School's first-ever appearance in a Virginia High School state football championship game will be televised live by Comcast SportsNet.
Updated: Tuscarora storms into state title game
Tuscarora High School players hoist the 5A North Region championship trophy on the field following their 41-21 victory against Massaponax.—Times-Mirror/Doug Stroud
Tue., Dec. 9 | 12:04 PM - Dec. 13, 2014. The date of the Virginia 5A state football championship game has been on the minds of Tuscarora High School football players since the morning after their 2013 region quarterfinal loss to North Stafford.
By the numbers: Tuscarora, Massaponax take similar path to 5A North Region final
The Tuscarora Huskies will host their fourth consecutive playoff game Friday night against the Massaponax Panthers. The unbeaten teams will vie for a region title and a trip to the Virginia 5A state championship game.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser
Thu., Dec. 4 | 02:05 PM - Two teams. Same record, same goal. Massaponax and Tuscarora high schools will enter Friday's 5A North Region championship game just two victories away from claiming their first-ever state title.
Tuscarora takes next step: ‘We played one of our best games of the year’
Seniors David Chalmers, left, and Noah Reimers enjoy a moment of satisfaction following Tuscarora High School’s 35-14 victory against Broad Run in the 5A North Region semifinals.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser
Tue., Dec. 2 | 10:15 AM - Facing a Broad Run team that provided their toughest test of the regular season, the unbeaten Tuscarora Huskies understood they would need a big effort in the rematch to continue their magical campaign.
Loudoun Valley yields to James Monroe’s offensive prowess
Mon., Dec. 1 | 04:30 PM - Several times during the VHSL 3A East region football semifinal, Loudoun Valley High School's defense appeared to have James Monroe senior quarterback Jay Scroggins dead to rights in the backfield.
Region football playoffs scoreboard
Tuscarora junior QB Daniel Smith maneuvers his way through a group of Broad Run defenders to score on a 1-yard run late in the first half of a 5A North Region semifinal game Nov. 28 in Leesburg. The host Huskies prevailed 35-14 to earn their first trip to a regional final.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser
Sun., Nov. 30 | 05:33 PM - Tuscarora High School remained undefeated and punched its ticket for the 5A North Region final with a 35-14 home victory against Broad Run on Friday afternoon. Loudoun Valley (3A East) and Stone Bridge (5A North) fell in the semifinal round of their respective region playoffs.