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Mike Elliott prepares to put up a left-handed shot for the Loudoun all-stars. Elliott was one of eight Loudoun players to score in double figures with 10 points.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

Loudoun all-stars shine in NOVA Challenge

A team of all-star basketball players from Loudoun County outlasted their counterparts from Arlington/Alexandria, 130-128, in the fourth annual DMVStream.com NOVA Challenge on March 19 at Riverside High School in Leesburg. The high school basketball event showcased top public school seniors from Northern Virginia. Prince William defeated Fairfax 126-108 in the first all-star game.

Michael Brennan helped the Tuscarora Huskies earn 35 Wells Fargo Cup points in varsity golf.—File Photo

VHSL Wells Fargo Cup Standings

Loudoun Valley (Group 4A), Tuscarora (5A) and Briar Woods (5A) high schools each rank among the top five in the Virginia High School League Wells Fargo Cup Standings following the conclusion of the varsity winter sports season. The Wells Fargo Cup is awarded to the school in each group classification that has achieved the best overall record in VHSL state-level competition in 27 sports.

Loudoun County High School seniors Dominic Hafner and Daniella Hafner, with parents Steve Hafner and Hasina Hafner.—Courtesy Photo

Hafner twins set to play college sports

Twin siblings Dominic Hafner and Daniella Hafner, both seniors at Loudoun County High School, will each continue their athletic careers at the collegiate level. Dominic will play lacrosse at Guilford College in Greensboro, N.C., and Daniella will play tennis for Randolph-Macon College in Ashland.

Loudoun County High School soccer players and coaches during a college signing ceremony.—Courtesy Photo

LCHS soccer trio to play at next level

Loudoun County High School seniors Allyson Brown (Virginia Tech), Emily Mothersbaugh (Longwood University) and Allison Maliska (Duquesne University) signed national letters of intent Feb. 24 to continue their soccer careers in college.

Senior David Walls and the Potomac Falls Panthers open state tournament play Friday versus L.C. Bird.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

Four Loudoun teams to shoot for state supremacy

The Virginia High School League State Basketball Championships tip off Thursday with girls' quarterfinal round games in all six classifications. Loudoun County (girls), Loudoun Valley (boys), Potomac Falls (boys) and Tuscarora (girls) will compete in Group 4A or Group 5A state tournaments.

4A West Region basketball team selections

Loudoun Valley High School junior Jordan Miller is the Player of the Year on the 4A West All-Region boys' basketball team. Loudoun County's Natalie Villaflor and Emily Miller, Champe's Dom Fragala, Heritage's Zach Garrett and Freedom's Jaelyn Bates were each selected on the boys' or girls' first team.

VHSL State Basketball Tournament Schedule

Four varsity teams from Loudoun County public high schools have earned entry into the Virginia High School League State Basketball Championships. Loudoun County girls and Loudoun Valley boys will compete in the Group 4A tournament, while Potomac Falls boys and Tuscarora girls will play in the Group 5A tournament.

Loudoun County sophomore Morgann Harden rises for a layup during the 4A West Region girls’ basketball tournament championship game.—Times-Mirror/Carl Lukat

Loudoun County falls to Millbrook in 4A West girls final

With a state tournament berth already secured, the Loudoun County Raiders traveled to Winchester on Friday night seeking to add another postseason tournament title to their resume. Instead, the Raiders ran into a buzzsaw as host Millbrook led by 26 points after three quarters en route to a 64-51 victory in the 4A West Region girls' basketball championship game.

Tuscarora outlasted Thomas Jefferson 46-42 in the 5A North Region playoffs to earn a third consecutive trip to the state tournament.—Photo Courtesy/Bill Vocke

Loudoun’s Varsity Basketball Scoreboard: Feb. 21-22 games

Loudoun County girls and Loudoun Valley boys have punched their tickets for the championship games of the 4A West Region basketball tournament. Loudoun Valley will host Handley and Loudoun County will travel to Millbrook on Friday night. Potomac Falls boys and Tuscarora girls will each play 5A North Region semifinal games at home Thursday evening.

Loudoun County High School junior Collin Hughes dives into the pool at the start of a freestyle race at the Virginia 4A state swim meet.—Times-Mirror/Patrick Kane

Riverside wins state title; 10 swimmers, four relay teams reign supreme

The Riverside Rams won the girls' team championship Feb. 18 at the Virginia High School League Group 3A state swim meet in Richmond. Briar Woods earned runner-up honors in Group 5A boys and girls, and Rock Ridge girls placed second at the Group 4A meet.

The Loudoun County Raiders secured a spot in the 4A West Region semifinals with a 54-48 victory over Liberty.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

Loudoun’s Varsity Basketball Scoreboard: Feb. 20 games

Loudoun County (girls) and Loudoun Valley (boys) advanced to the 4A West Region basketball tournament semifinals following quarterfinal round victories Monday night. Briar Woods (girls) and Stone Bridge (boys) won 5A North Region first-round games Monday. Amani Rascoe became Briar Woods' career scoring leader in a 63-51 victory versus Stafford.

Ben Mackey will continue his soccer career at Lynchburg College.—Courtesy Photo

Mackey to play soccer at Lynchburg

Loudoun County High School senior Ben Mackey has committed to play NCAA Division III soccer at Lynchburg College. Mackey will join his older brother Jon Mackey, a junior forward, on Lynchburg's roster.

Conference 21-East basketball team selections

Loudoun Valley junior Jordan Miller is the boys' Player of the Year, and Loudoun County junior Natalie Villaflor and Park View senior Christina Adlam shared girls' Player of the Year honors on the All-Conference 21-East basketball team. Sam Carpenter (boys) and Reggie Barnes (girls) of Heritage High School earned Coach of the Year honors.

Loudoun’s Varsity Scoreboard: VHSL State Championships

Riverside High School won the girls' team championship at the Virginia High School League Group 3A State Swimming Championships on Saturday in Richmond. Several Loudoun student-athletes won individual swimming, wrestling and gymnastics championships at the state level.

Loudoun County teammates Emily Miller and Cammie Warter display the Conference 21-East tournament and regular season championship trophies.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

Loudoun County cruises past Heritage in Conference 21-East girls final

The Loudoun County Raiders continued their stellar season with a stout performance in a 56-18 win over Leesburg counterpart Heritage in the Conference 21-East girls' basketball tournament championship game Thursday night.

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