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US Lacrosse awards area players, coaches

Dominion High School class of 2015 graduate Luke Esposito was recently recognized as a US Lacrosse Bob Scott Award recipient for service to his team, school and community.

From state champions to the college ranks

Six members of the 2015 state-champion Loudoun Valley High School boys' lacrosse team have made commitments to play lacrosse in college.

VHSL Group 4A All-State lacrosse teams

Woodgrove senior goalie Ashley Morris and Loudoun Valley senior midfielder John Skinner are Players of the Year on the Virignia High School League Group 4A boys' and girls' lacrosse teams. Both players helped lead their schools to state championships this spring.

VHSL Group 3A All-State baseball team

Loudoun Valley High School senior pitcher Jack DeGroat has been selected as the Player of the Year on the Virginia High School League Group 3A baseball team.

VHSL Group 3A All-State soccer teams

John Champe High School sophomore midfielder Blair Thompson is the Player of the Year on the Virginia High School League Group 3A girls' soccer team.

The Loudoun Valley Vikings celebrate their first state lacrosse championship June 13 in Lynchburg. Loudoun Valley beat Western Albemarle 15-10 in the 4A boys’ lacrosse final to send its large senior class out on top.—Times-Mirror/Jeff Vennitti

4A boys’ lacrosse: Vikings finish the task

Senior leadership, depth and conditioning. Loudoun Valley High School boys' lacrosse coach Logan Cutshall pointed to those aspects as keys to the Vikings' run to the VHSL 4A state championship. Depth and conditioning proved vital in the state final against Western Albemarle.

Loudoun Valley junior Kurtis Meyer looks toward first base after recording an out at second base.—Times-Mirror/Jeff Vennitti

3A baseball: Impressive Viking rally foiled by Rams’ homer in seventh

A spirited comeback and three scoreless innings of relief by senior Andrew Lohr placed Loudoun Valley on the verge of repeating as VHSL 3A state baseball champions June 13 at Liberty University in Lynchburg. Trailing Lafayette 4-0 after three innings, the Vikings broke the shutout with a solo run in the fourth, then added three more runs in the fifth to pull even.

Varsity Rewind: Postseason scores and schedule

Five Loudoun lacrosse teams have advanced to VHSL state championship games. Loudoun Valley (boys), Potomac Falls (girls), Stone Bridge (boys, girls) and Woodgrove (girls) will play for state titles Saturday. State semifinal games for baseball, soccer and softball are scheduled for Friday.

Junior defender Jordan Elam and senior goalie Nick Steen helped Loudoun Valley limit Midlothian to three goals combined in the final three quarters of a VHSL 4A state boys’ lacrosse semifinal game June 9 in Purcellville.—Photo Courtesy/Gary Christensen

Loudoun Valley boys punch ticket for state lacrosse title game

Loudoun Valley coach Logan Cutshall knew it and his players knew it, too: The Vikings just weren’t playing well. Falling behind has been a rarity for the Vikings this season, even more so when it comes to playing at home, where they have lost only once all season.

Loudoun Valley runner Colin Vitkus, middle, holds off James Monroe’s Brandon Lawrence and Waynesboro’s Carlos Richardson during the anchor leg of the 400-meter relay. The Vikings placed second in the event on their way to winning the VHSL 3A boys’ state championship.—Times-Mirror/Doug Stroud

Vikings run to team crown; Donohue, Hunter, Nolan, Spartan relay team race to event titles

Loudoun Valley High School athletes shined when it mattered most this track and field season. Behind stellar performances from several individuals and all three of their relay teams, the Vikings racked up 56 points to best runner-up Heritage (Lynchburg) by nearly 10 points for the VHSL 3A boys' team championship June 6 at Harrisonburg High School.

Loudoun Valley boys run to 3A state track title

Loudoun Valley High School racked up 56 points in boys' events at the VHSL 3A state track and field meet to best runner-up Heritage (Lynchburg) by nearly 10 points for the team championship June 6 at Harrisonburg High School.

All-Dulles Group lacrosse teams

Jack Loving and Ashley Morris of Woodgrove High School are the Players of the Year on the 2015 All-Dulles Group boys' and girls' lacrosse teams. Loudoun Valley's Logan Cutshall is the Coach of the Year on the boys' team.

Loudoun Valley senior Kailey Liverman, seated in center, will join her sisters, twins Addie Dieterich and Courtney Dieterich in playing softball at Westminster College this fall. Kailey is also pictured with her parents Joe Liverman and Katie Liverman, along with her brother Taylor Liverman.—Courtesy Photo

Purcellville family made by softball

If Joe and Katie Liverman ever create a family crest, the design ought to feature a softball diamond graced by three stars. It was around a softball field that the couple shared a hello which evolved into marriage - and it was on the softball field that Joe's daughter, Kailey, and Katie's twin daughters, Addie and Courtney Dieterich, grew close enough to call themselves sisters.

The Loudoun Valley Vikings broke out offensively and received another stellar performance from junior pitcher Justin Ager to defeat John Champe 9-2 in the Conference 28 baseball tournament final.—Times-Mirror/Carl Lukat

Loudoun Valley finds its groove at the plate in conference title game

Hunter Gore stepped to the plate in the first inning of the Conference 28 tournament championship game with his walk-up music "This Is How We Roll" playing. Gore proceeded to show how he rolls on the baseball diamond.

A three-run fourth inning broke a 2-2 tie and sent the Loudoun Valley Vikings on their way to a 6-2 victory against William Monroe in the Conference 28 softball tournament championship game.—Times-Mirror/Jason S. Rufner

Vikings win conference crown with perfect home mark

The Vikings softball team of Loudoun Valley High School had an usual task May 29. In the tournament championship game of their Conference 28, the Vikings were faced with a team they hadn't seen all year, featuring a tough left-handed pitcher.

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