Thu., Oct. 8 | 01:24 PM - Stone Bridge High School senior Eli Robertson qualifies for Virginia 5A state golf tournament; Foxcroft School ties rival Fredericksburg Academy in field hockey; and Broad Run tops Tuscarora in Conference 14 volleyball match.
Tue., Oct. 6 | 11:15 PM - The Loudoun Valley Vikings added to their impressive resume Oct. 5 by taking home the 4A West Region golf tournament championship at Heritage Oaks Golf Course in Harrisonburg.
Wed., Sep. 30 | 08:05 AM - The first time proved to be a charm for the Riverside Rams. Competing in their first conference golf tournament, the Rams produced a four-player total of 331 to edge William Monroe by two strokes for the Conference 28 title Sept. 28 at Shenandoah Valley Golf Club in Front Royal.
Wed., Sep. 30 | 06:30 AM - The Loudoun Valley Vikings proved to be the class of the field Sept. 28 at the Conference 21B golf tournament. Led by low medalist Ryan Hammer's 70, the Vikings totaled 295 to win the team championship at Loudoun Golf and Country Club in Purcellville.
Tue., Sep. 29 | 11:05 AM - Briar Woods High School golfer Clay Rosales looks out at you with a pup's eyes sunken into a face that looks closer to 7 than 17. Then he tells you he plays golf like he's 77. After taking medalist honors with a 1-over-par round of 71 in the Conference 14 tournament Sept. 24 at 1757 Golf Club in Dulles, Rosales explained his success.
Fri., Sep. 25 | 01:46 PM - The Woodgrove Wolverines won their first-ever conference golf championship Sept. 24 at Heritage Oaks Golf Course in Harrisonburg. The Wolverines posted a team score of 311, nine strokes better than runner-up Sherando.
Fri., Sep. 18 | 03:25 PM - Dominion High School won a five-set thriller versus reigning state champion Loudoun County in volleyball Thursday night. Dominion also prevailed in a golf match against Stone Bridge. Look inside for scores and submitted stats from volleyball and golf matches played Tuesday through Thursday.
Wed., Sep. 16 | 07:32 AM - The Loudoun Valley Vikings have not made many miscues on the golf course this season. From winning the 26-team Curly Licklider Invitational and the 12-team Bryan Gunter Invitational, to sweeping six dual matches while setting a program record for lowest team score for an 18-hole round, the 2015 season has rolled along smoothly for the Vikings.
Fri., Sep. 11 | 12:05 PM - Briar Woods, Stone Bridge and Tuscarora each won 9-hole dual matches Thursday on the golf course, while Briar Woods, Potomac Falls and Stone Bridge netted volleyball victories.
Fri., Sep. 4 | 05:15 PM - The 2015 fall varsity sports season is underway. Briar Woods, John Champe and Loudoun County netted volleyball wins Thursday night, while Loudoun Valley and Stone Bridge swung to victories on the golf course. Look inside for scores and submitted recaps.
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LGSL Freedom sit atop softball diamond Loudoun Special Olympics softball goes national More Softball
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Vikings, Huskies motor to LCPS cross-country team titles LCPS Cross-Country Championship results More Cross Country
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