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All-Conference 21-B girls’ soccer team

Loudoun County High School junior forward Allyson Brown is the Player of the Year on the 2016 Conference 21-B girls' soccer team. Kirk Smith of Loudoun County was selected as Coach of the Year. Dominion, Heritage, Loudoun Valley, Park View and Rock Ridge are also represented.

All-Conference 21-B baseball team

Loudoun County High School swept top honors on the 2016 All-Conference 21-B baseball team. Raider sophomore Will Schroeder is the Player of the Year and Nick Price is the Coach of the Year. Dominion, Heritage, Loudoun Valley and Rock Ridge are also represented.

Freedom’s Meghan Kammerdeiner, left, and Park View’s Tina Adlam compete in the 100-meter dash.—Times-Mirror/Bill Clare

Track and field: 4A West Region meet photos and results

John Champe High School boys and Rock Ridge girls each posted top five team finishes at the 4A West Region track and field championships May 25 at Freedom High School in South Riding. Liberty Christian Academy won the boys' title and E.C. Glass claimed the girls' crown at the regional meet.

The Park View Patriots are Conference 21-B boys’ soccer tournament champions.—Times-Mirror/Andrew Gillis

Park View strikes twice late to claim conference crown

Park View High School soccer chants could be heard across Leesburg. “Ole, Ole, Ole, Ole!” The chants carried from the field to the bus, heard as the team headed back to Sterling.

The Loudoun County Raiders are Conference 21-B baseball tournament champions.—Times-Mirror/Jason S. Rufner

Raiders win Leesburg showdown to wear conference baseball crown

After five and a half innings of an emotional seesaw of a ballgame, a three-run sixth decided matters in the Loudoun County Raiders' 7-5 home victory May 24 against crosstown rival Heritage for the Conference 21-B baseball tournament championship.

The Loudoun County Raiders are Conference 21-B girls’ soccer tournament champions.—Times-Mirror/Michael Marzzacco

Loudoun County shuts out Heritage in conference title game

Familiar foes squared off in the Conference 21-B girls' soccer championship game May 24 as the Loudoun County Raiders hosted the Heritage Pride. The Leesburg schools were facing each other for the eighth time since the start of the 2015 season.

The Briar Woods Falcons are 2016 Conference 14 baseball tournament champions.—Photo Courtesy/Don Ventrice

Loudoun’s Varsity Sports Rewind: May 18-20 postseason games

Broad Run boys and Tuscarora girls won Conference 14 soccer tournament championship games Friday night. The match-ups are set for Conference 21-B and Conference 22 tournament championship games, scheduled for Tuesday evening.

Rock Ridge girls, Valley boys lead pack at Conference 21-B track and field meet

The Loudoun Valley Vikings and the host Rock Ridge Phoenix each won team titles at the Conference 21-B track and field championships May 16-17 in Ashburn. Loudoun County placed second in both the boys' and girls' team standings.

Heritage senior Mohamed Mahgoub celebrates with Nick Scola after Mahgoub scored the Pride’s second goal in a 2-1 victory May 6 in Sterling.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

Taking Pride: Heritage tops Park View to take control of conference

The joy of celebration was more than the usual post-victory jubilance for Heritage following its 2-1 defeat of host Park View in varsity boys' soccer May 6 in Sterling. The Pride realized the victory they had just earned put them in the driver's seat of the six-team Conference 21-B standings.

Ashlyn Nolan, right, of Rock Ridge competes side-by-side with Sherando’s Davina Lane in the 100-meter hurdles. Lane won the event with a finish time of 15.34 seconds and Nolan (15.50) finished second.—Times-Mirror/Doug Stroud

Rock Ridge, Valley lead Loudoun’s charge at Wolverine Track Classic

Loudoun Valley boys and Rock Ridge girls each placed third in their respective team standings at the 2016 Wolverine Track Classic. The 25-school event was contested April 15 at Woodgrove High School in Purcellville.

Tuscarora senior Kyle Copeland elevates toward the rim during the DMVStream.com NOVA Challenge slam dunk contest.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

Basketball’s big finish: Loudoun falls short versus Fairfax

The last gasp of high school basketball came April 10 at Marshall High School in Falls Church for the DMVStream.com NOVA Challenge all-star hoops extravaganza. The event began with a game between standouts from Prince William and Fairfax South, followed by a 3-point and slam dunk competition and rounded off with Fairfax North battling the boys from Loudoun.

Dominion sophomore Catherine Rinek works the ball in the attack zone with Broad Run senior Natalie Purcell defending during the host Titans’ 20-4 victory April 11 in Sterling. Dominion improved to 6-0 this season, with five of those victories by double-digit margins.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

Loudoun’s Varsity Sports Rewind: April 9-12 games

Seniors Luke Giroux and Cade Groton combined for seven goals to help lead Stone Bridge to a 14-10 victory against Briar Woods April 12 in a boys' lacrosse match-up of previously undefeated teams. Look inside for scores and submitted recaps from baseball, lacrosse, soccer, softball and tennis.

Tuscarora senior Jamel Howard will play for Loudoun in the DMVStream.com NOVA Challenge.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

Loudoun standouts to test hoop skills versus Fairfax

Loudoun versus Fairfax, round three. For a third consecutive year, top senior basketball players from Loudoun and Fairfax public high schools will square off April 10 as part of the DMVStream.com NOVA Challenge.

Tuscarora senior Cole Gabriele earned his third pitching win of the season Tuesday versus Dominion.—File Photo

Loudoun’s Varsity Sports Rewind: March 28-31 games

The varsity spring sports season is back in full stride following spring break. Look inside for scores and submitted recaps from baseball, lacrosse, soccer, softball and tennis.

Heritage High School senior Connor Bradley follows the family tradition set forth by his grandfather Gordon Bradley.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

Local standout carries on famous grandfather’s soccer legacy

Gordon Bradley died in 2008. In his 74 years on Earth, he played professional soccer in three countries, head coached the sport's biggest stars, managed the United States men's national team and earned enshrinement in three different halls of fame.

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