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    Clyde Bryson scored on a 17-yard run early in the second quarter for Broad Run’s first points of the game Nov. 21 against Briar Woods. The host Spartans scored all 17 of their points in the second quarter and held on for a 17-15 victory.—Times-Mirror/Chuck Moore

    Region football playoffs scoreboard
    Sun., Nov. 23 | 09:13 AM - Broad Run, Stone Bridge and Tuscarora won home playoff games Friday night to advance to the semifinals of the VHSL 5A North Region playoffs. Loudoun Valley defeated York in a 3A East Region quarterfinal game Saturday afternoon.

    Senior Billy Sheehan is in the midst of a record-setting season as Woodgrove High School’s starting quarterback.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

    Woodgrove rides balanced offense into playoff rematch
    Wed., Nov. 19 | 09:56 AM - The Woodgrove Wolverines’ offense was far from complex last season, and for good reason. The team simply handed the ball to tailback Josh Sweet and let his punishing running style batter opponents into submission.

    Junior QB Joe Thompson elevates before unleashing a pass Nov. 14 in a 5A North Region playoff game against Freedom-Woodbridge. Thompson passed for 150 yards and a touchdown and Collin Buckley rushed for 201 yards and three scores to lift Stone Bridge to a 41-22 victory.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

    Photos: Stone Bridge tops Freedom-Woodbridge in playoff opener
    Tue., Nov. 18 | 01:56 PM - The Stone Bridge Bulldogs jumped out to a 35-0 lead on their way to a 41-22 victory against Freedom-Woodbridge in the first round of the 5A North Region playoffs Nov. 14 in Ashburn.

    Stone Bridge High School’s Collin Buckley rushed for 190 yards and three touchdowns as the Bulldogs defeated Freedom-Woodbridge, 41-22, on Nov. 14 in Ashburn.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

    Varsity Football Postseason Scoreboard
    Sun., Nov. 16 | 10:08 AM - Tuscarora, Stone Bridge, Broad Run, Briar Woods, Woodgrove and John Champe won first-round games Friday evening in their respective region playoffs. Loudoun Valley defeated Culpeper in a 3A East Region first-round game Saturday afternoon.

    John Champe linebacker Stephen Young, No. 40 shown here attempting to deflect a pass in an Oct. 31 game against Heritage, earned Defensive Player of the Year honors in Conference 28.—Times-Mirror/Jim Dresbach

    All-Conference 28 football team
    Thu., Nov. 13 | 12:35 PM - John Champe High School senior linebacker Stephen Young is the Defensive Player of the Year on the 2014 All-Conference 28 football team. Anthony Long of Loudoun Valley was voted as Coach of the Year.
    10 Loudoun teams punch postseason football tickets
    Tue., Nov. 11 | 05:17 PM - Ten Loudoun schools have qualified for the 2014 Virginia High School League football playoffs. Tuscarora (10-0) earned the No. 1 seed in the 5A North Region bracket.
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    Tuscarora senior tailback Noah Reimers, left, and junior quarterback Daniel Smith head toward the sidelines after a scoring drive Nov. 7 against Briar Woods. Reimers rushed for 264 yards and three touchdowns in the Huskies’ 41-0 victory.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

    Tuscarora caps perfect regular season in style
    Tue., Nov. 11 | 02:16 PM - Fifty-two seconds. That's all the time senior tailback Noah Reimers and Tuscarora High School needed on offense to pull two scores ahead of Briar Woods en route to a 41-0 trouncing of the Ashburn powerhouse.
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    Varsity Football Standings
    Tue., Nov. 11 | 01:02 PM - Tuscarora High School led a group of eight Loudoun teams to finish the 2014 regular season with a winning record. Stone Bridge, Tuscarora and Woodgrove each won district titles.

    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

    Varsity Fall Sports Scoreboard
    Sun., Nov. 9 | 12:01 PM - 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.

    Stone Bridge senior Chance Frye sprints towards familiar turf - the end zone - which he’s found 13 times this season.—Times-Mirror File Photo

    With Frye, Bulldogs take Chance and run
    Thu., Nov. 6 | 09:23 AM - Lifelong Ashburner Chance Frye has been a football player all his life, coming up through the Ashburn Youth Football League with sights set on suiting up for the prestigious program at Stone Bridge High School.

    John Champe senior tailback Stephen Baker carries the ball in an Oct. 31 game against Heritage.—Times-Mirror/Jim Dresbach

    The Knights’ quest: Playoffs to ‘program’
    Wed., Nov. 5 | 12:47 PM - They've now been playing football at Aldie's John Champe High School for three years. This year, for the first time, the Knights are winning some games.
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    Junior quarterback Zach Burdick and the John Champe Knights improved to 6-3 on the season with a 31-14 home victory against the Heritage Pride on Oct. 31 in Aldie.—Times-Mirror/Jim Dresbach

    Varsity Football Scoreboard: Week 10
    Sat., Nov. 1 | 07:15 AM - Potomac Falls High School scored a touchdown and converted the ensuing two-point conversion with a little more than a minute left in regulation Friday night to defeat host Briar Woods, 8-7, in a Potomac District match-up.

    Senior running back Andrew Cordani takes a handoff from senior quarterback Sully Warner during Loudoun Valley’s 35-7 victory against Heritage. Cordani has exceeded 1,000 rushing yards this fall for a third consecutive season.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

    Loudoun Valley keeps rolling on the gridiron
    Wed., Oct. 29 | 10:32 AM - The Loudoun Valley Vikings turned in another workmanlike performance Oct. 24 in their 35-7 victory against host Heritage in Leesburg.
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    VHSL football power ratings
    Tue., Oct. 28 | 04:30 PM - Loudoun County would be represented by nine schools in the 2014 varsity football playoffs if the regular season ended today, according to the latest Virginia High School League power ratings.

    Loudoun Valley senior Andrew Cordani rushed for 201 yards and four touchdowns in the Vikings’ 35-7 win against host Heritage on Oct. 25. Cordani has surpassed 1,000 rushing yards for a third consecutive season.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

    Varsity Football Scoreboard: Week 9
    Sat., Oct. 25 | 05:37 PM - John Champe High School defeated Loudoun County, 23-20, on Friday evening in the most tightly contested game involving Loudoun schools. Loudoun Valley, Tuscarora, Stone Bridge, Broad Run, Woodgrove and Briar Woods were also victorious in Week 9.

    Briar Woods High School football captain Brady Scott, No. 32, rejoices with teammates after the Falcons won a 2013 playoff game.—Times-Mirror File Photo/Chuck Moore

    Falcon captain reflects on start, looks ahead to remainder of season
    Thu., Oct. 23 | 12:51 PM - The Briar Woods Falcons' only loss through seven games this season came in the second week against a good, but not great Colonial Forge squad that is currently 4-3. “In retrospect, I think before that loss we felt we were on a different level than the competition,” Falcon second-year captain Brady Scott noted.

    Woodgrove senior Dylan Mellor was on the receiving end of four Billy Sheehan touchdown passes in the Wolverines’ 35-13 home win against Loudoun County on Oct. 17 in Purcellville.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

    Wolverines overwhelm Raiders in homecoming game
    Tue., Oct. 21 | 04:30 PM - In their regular-season meeting last year, the Woodgrove Wolverines lost a heart-breaking game on Loudoun County's last-second 48-yard field goal to give the Raiders a thrilling homecoming victory.
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    Colt McCoy guided Washington to a 19-17 comeback victory against Tennessee in front of the home crowd Oct. 19. McCoy replaced Kirk Cousins at quarterback to start the second half.—Times-Mirror/Chuck Moore

    Washington Redskins vs. Tennessee Titans photos
    Tue., Oct. 21 | 02:19 PM - Kai Forbath's 22-yard field goal as time expired lifted the Washington Redskins to a 19-17 home victory against the Tennessee Titans Oct. 19 at FedEx Field in Landover, Md.
    Falcons slip past Spartans in Potomac District showdown
    Mon., Oct. 20 | 09:51 PM - Briar Woods High School junior Josh Thomas had exactly zero carries in the first three quarters of an Oct. 17 contest against host Broad Run.
    Varsity Football Scoreboard: Week 8
    Sat., Oct. 18 | 10:01 AM - Briar Woods, Heritage, John Champe, Loudoun Valley, Stone Bridge, Tuscarora and Woodgrove each won their Week 8 games Oct. 17. Tuscarora improved to 8-0, while Briar Woods and Loudoun Valley each picked up their sixth victories of the season.


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