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    Varsity Rewind: Postseason edition
    The 2015 varsity spring sports postseason is underway and will continue through the Virginia High School League state championship games in June. Look inside for scores, schedules and submitted stats.

    Loudoun County players rejoice after one of their six goals during a Conference 21 semifinal game against Dominion. A 6-0 victory kept the Raiders unbeaten this season and propelled them in the conference championship game.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

    Raiders score early, often to cruise past Titans
    The Loudoun County Raiders girls' soccer team jumped ahead 3-0 after 15 minutes, put in another one before halftime and - for good measure - added a pair early in the second half to complete a decisive 6-0 victory over the Dominion Titans in the semifinal round of the Conference 21 tournament May 22 in Leesburg.
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    Maine Maritime Academy commit Makayla Lewis, seated in center, was joined by her parents Terrie Lewis and Scott Lewis, Loudoun Valley soccer coach Kerry Davidson and Loudoun Valley principal Susan Ross during a recent signing ceremony.—Courtesy Photo

    Valley’s Lewis to play soccer at Maine Maritime Academy
    Loudoun Valley High School senior Makayla Lewis has committed to continue her soccer career at Maine Maritime Academy, a NCAA Division III school that competes in the North Atlantic Conference.

    Briar Woods senior Junior Vasquez, left, vies with Broad Run senior Abu Koroma for control of the ball in a May 15 game between the Ashburn rivals.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

    As seniors abound, Spartans, Falcons seek playoff runs
    There's a lot in common between the boys' soccer teams of Broad Run and Briar Woods high schools. The rival programs ended the regular season with the top two records in Conference 14, and both have accumulated double-digit win totals each of the past three regular seasons.

    Briar Woods High School players celebrate their come-from-behind 5-4 victory against Ashburn rival Broad Run on May 15. The Falcons scored two goals in second-half stoppage time to gain the thrilling win.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

    In wild affair, Briar Woods bests Broad Run for first time ever
    The extra time tacked on to the end of the second half went on, and on, for eight long, action-packed minutes. During that time, the Briar Woods Falcons - chasing their fierce rival, the Broad Run Spartans, on the scoreboard all night long - knocked in the tying and go-ahead goals to pull off a miraculous 5-4 victory May 15 on the Spartans' home field.
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    Raider trio to play college soccer
    Three seniors - Allison Littell, Emily Littell and Gabby Gillis - on Loudoun County High School girls' soccer team will continue to play in college.

    Broad Run senior Sara Deutsch plays a header with Freedom senior Brooke Hillenbrand in close pursuit during a Conference 14 game May 8 in South Riding. Deutsch and her twin sisters, sophomores Anna and Leah are enjoying their time together playing for the Spartans.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

    Turning Broad Run into Deutsch-land on the soccer field
    The sister act that is Broad Run High School's varsity girls' soccer team is undeniable.
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    Broad Run High School players celebrate a late goal May 8 against Freedom in South Riding. The Spartans defeated the host Eagles 4-2.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

    Two late goals push Spartans past Eagles
    The varsity girls' soccer teams of Broad Run and Freedom high schools have met twice this spring. Both times, Broad Run won by a two-goal margin.
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    Varsity Rewind: April 6-30 games
    The varsity spring sports season is in full swing. Look inside for scores and submitted recaps from baseball, lacrosse, soccer, softball and tennis.
    Girls’ soccer: Broad Run shuts out Briar Woods to stay undefeated
    The first 40 minutes between the varsity girls' soccer teams of Briar Woods and Broad Run high schools were fairly even, as the opening half closed with a 0-0 deadlock.


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