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    The Tuscarora Huskies make their way onto the field prior to the start of their Aug. 29 home game against Kettle Run. Tuscarora found the end zone on six of its first seven possessions to pull away.—Times-Mirror Photo/Randy Litzinger

    Tuscarora displays offensive versatility in 40-7 victory
    Tue., Sep. 2 | 01:45 PM - Senior Noah Reimers picked up right where he left off last season in Tuscarora High School's season-opener against Kettle Run. With a stout offensive line paving the way, Reimers churned out 110 rushing yards and scored four touchdowns in the Huskies' 40-7 home victory Aug. 29 in Leesburg.
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    Loudoun County High School receiver Antonio Jackson runs away from Fauquier’s Tyler Bane for one of his four touchdowns in the Raiders’ 33-0 victory.—Times-Mirror Staff Photo/Rick Wasser

    Loudoun County opens season in style with shutout win over Fauquier
    Tue., Sep. 2 | 11:03 AM - Antonio Jackson broke his collar bone during the Loudoun County Raiders’ 2013 season opener against the Fauquier Falcons. In the 2014 opener between the same teams, Jackson broke the Falcons' back.
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    Tuscarora senior Jordan Fisher hauls in a pass from junior Daniel Smith for a two-point conversion early in the second quarter of the Huskies’ 40-7 victory against Kettle Run.—Times-Mirror Photo/Randy Litzinger

    Varsity Football Scoreboard
    Sun., Aug. 31 | 09:40 AM - The 2014 varsity football season kicked off Friday night with 11 Loudoun schools in action. Briar Woods, Broad Run, Heritage, John Champe, Loudoun County, Potomac Falls, Tuscarora and Woodgrove each opened their season with victories.

    Potomac Falls lines up to run a play against Sterling rival Dominion on Aug. 29. The Panthers scored the game’s final 10 points to win 10-6.—Times-Mirror Photo/Andy DiFazio

    Potomac Falls outlasts Dominion in Sterling duel
    Sun., Aug. 31 | 08:08 AM - In the fourth quarter of host Potomac Falls' football opener Aug. 29 against Dominion, second-year coach Jason Allen ran along the sideline, encouraging his players as the Panthers attempted to hold on to a 10-6 lead.

    Dylan Mellor stretches out in an attempt to haul in a pass during Woodgrove’s 2013 playoff win against Loudoun County. Mellor is expected to be the Wolverines’ go to guy this fall.—Times-Mirror File Photo/Doug Stroud

    2014 Varsity Football Preview
    Tue., Aug. 26 | 10:40 PM - Prior to last season, a Loudoun school had won a state football championship in each of the previous six seasons. A magical run that saw Briar Woods garner three crowns, Broad Run claim two championships and Stone Bridge win one title.

    Stephen Baker is one of several third-year seniors aiming to lead John Champe’s football team to new heights in 2014.—Times-Mirror Staff Photo/Carl Lukat

    Camp talk with Champe’s Stephen Baker
    Wed., Aug. 13 | 11:00 AM - Rising senior Stephen Baker has been part of the John Champe High School football program since the Aldie school opened in the fall of 2012.

    Potomac Falls High School wide receiver Wanya Allen heads upfield after catching a pass during a 2013 game against Sterling rival Dominion. The teams will face each other to open and close the 2014 regular season after splitting two games last fall.—Times-Mirror File Photo/Doug Stroud

    2014 varsity football season is fast approaching
    Tue., Jul. 15 | 01:45 PM - Forty-six days. With the Virginia High School League recently releasing the 2014 master football schedule, the countdown is on until the season kicks off Aug. 29.
    Huskies mourn coach’s sudden loss
    Tue., Jul. 8 | 12:05 PM - Adam Fortune, one of the area's most tenured and respected high school football coaches, died July 7 of cardiomyopathy due to an enlarged heart. He was 37.
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    Registration underway for Spartan Women’s Training Camp
    Sat., Jul. 5 | 08:00 AM - From mothers to grandmothers to aunts, women with kids who play football for Broad Run High School are being recruited for the second annual Spartan Women's Training Camp.
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    Lower Loudoun Football to host Family Fun Day
    Thu., Jul. 3 | 01:18 PM - The Lower Louodun Boys' Football League will hold a Family Fun Day July 12 for its players, cheerleaders and parents.
    Heritage football stats
    Thu., Oct. 31 | 10:55 AM - The Heritage Pride are 1-7 through the first eight games of the 2013 season. Look inside for player stats.
    Triple threat: Pride athletes make college commitments
    Thu., Jun. 5 | 11:45 AM - Heritage High School recently held a ceremony to honor three student-athletes who have committed to continue their athletic careers in college.
    Virginia Xtreme to hold open tryouts
    Mon., Jun. 2 | 11:09 AM - The Virginia Xtreme youth flag football organization will hold open tryouts for 10U, 12U and 14U players June 7 from 6-8 p.m. at Evergreen Sportsplex in Leesburg.
    Park View pair to play college football
    Tue., May. 27 | 08:16 AM - Park View High School senior student-athletes Isam Shaban, left, and Micah Hotz will continue their football careers in college.

    Ross Madison, shown here playing in a 2007 game for the Heritage Pride, has inked a deal with Washington as an undrafted free agent.—Times-Mirror File Photo/AJ McLean

    Redskins sign Pride alum Madison
    Tue., May. 20 | 03:56 PM - Heritage High School alum Ross Madison has signed a free-agent contract with the Washington Redskins. Madison signed with the team after impressing during rookie minicamp May 16-17.

    Chuck Davis, shown here with the ball in a game against Briar Woods, is one of 400 high school players nominated for the 2015 U.S. Army All-American Bowl.—Times-Mirror File Photo/Chuck Moore

    Spartans’ Davis nominated for All-American game
    Tue., Apr. 29 | 03:23 PM - Broad Run High School junior Chuck Davis has been nominated to play in the 2015 U.S. Army All-American Bowl.

    Briar Woods seniors, seated from left, Christian Campbell, Chris Larco, Tristan Miller, BJ Hinson and Matt Wolcott will continue their football careers in college.—Photo Courtesy/Chuck Moore,

    Five more Falcons set to play college football
    Thu., Apr. 24 | 03:02 PM - Briar Woods High School recently held a signing ceremony for five members of its football program moving on to play in college.

    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

    Dominion’s Smith taking football skills to Clemson
    Wed., Apr. 23 | 06:20 AM - 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.
    ‘Draft Day’ movie takes players back in time
    Sun., Apr. 6 | 09:55 AM - Current and former Washington Redskins players had a chance to reflect on a special day as the team presented a private screening of the movie "Draft Day" for premium season ticket holders, suite owners and team personnel April 2 at Regal Fox Stadium 16 & IMAX in Brambleton Plaza.

    Junior wide receiver Brandon Polk has elected to take his game-breaking skills to Penn State. Polk received scholarship offers from 10 Division I programs.—Times-Mirror Photo/Chuck Moore

    Briar Woods’ Polk makes football commitment to Penn State
    Tue., Apr. 1 | 10:26 AM - Briar Woods High School junior wide receiver Brandon Polk has verbally committed to continue his football career at Pennsylvania State University, beginning in the fall of 2015.


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