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The Broad Run Spartans started their varsity softball season on the right note, winning four games in two days March 17-18 at the Sports Plus Tournament.—Courtesy Photo

Loudoun’s Varsity Spring Sports Rewind: March 17-21 games

Loudoun County High School collected a pair of wins versus Tuscarora in baseball and softball Tuesday, while Woodgrove prevailed in softball, boys lacrosse and girls lacrosse. Tuscarora swung past Loudoun County in girls tennis. Look inside for submitted scores and stats from varsity baseball, softball, soccer, lacrosse and tennis.

Front row, from left: Amanda Nee, Alyssa Lavine and Michelle Sullivan. Back row: Briar Woods head softball coach Chris Starke.—Courtesy Photo

Three Falcons to play college softball

A trio of Briar Woods High School student-athletes will continue their softball careers in college. Amanda Nee will take her softball skills to the University of Maine, Alyssa Lavine will play softball at Howard University in Washington, D.C. and Michelle Sullivan will take the diamond for James Madison University in Harrisonburg.

VHSL Group 5A All-State softball team

Broad Run catcher Grace Mattimore and Stone Bridge outfielder Olivia Sappington each garnered first-team honors on the 2016 Virginia High School League Group 5A All-State softball team. Broad Run and Stone Bridge are also represented on the second team.
Adriana Erickson

VHSL Group 4A All-State softball team

Woodgrove High School swept top honors on the Virginia High School League Group 4A All-State softball team. Senior Adriana Erickson is the Player of the Year and Joe Spicer was voted Coach of the Year. Loudoun Valley and more Woodgrove players are featured on the first and second teams.

The scoreboard says it all as the Woodgrove Wolverines were dominant June 11 in the Virginia 4A state softball title game.—Times-Mirror/Jeff Vennitti

Virginia 4A softball final: Woodgrove proves too powerful for Fauquier

For the third time in the last five springs, the Woodgrove Wolverines are Virginia 4A state softball champions. The Wolverines followed up their 2012 and 2014 titles with the 2016 edition, brushing past Fauquier 19-0 in the title match-up June 11 at Liberty University.

Senior attacker Kyle Duffie, right, rejoices after scoring in overtime to lift Briar Woods to its first Virginia 5A state boys’ lacrosse championship.—Times-Mirror/Carl Lukat

Super Saturday: Seven Loudoun teams hoist state championship trophies

Saturday proved to be a day to remember for many local varsity athletes. A total of seven Loudoun teams claimed Virginia High School League state championships. Area teams combined to win four lacrosse titles, two soccer crowns and a softball championship.

Junior midfielder Tori Birks and the Potomac Falls Panthers will play Saturday for the Virginia 5A state girls’ lacrosse championship.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

Eight Loudoun varsity teams to play for state championships Saturday

Another outstanding spring season for Loudoun County Public Schools varsity teams will culminate Saturday with eight squads vying for state supremacy. Briar Woods (5A boys lacrosse), Dominion (4A boys lacrosse), Loudoun County (4A girls soccer), Park View (4A boys soccer), Potomac Falls (5A girls lacrosse), Tuscarora (5A girls soccer) and Woodgrove (4A girls lacrosse and softball) will each play in state championship games.

A look ahead: VHSL state playoffs schedule

Loudoun County (Group 4A girls soccer), Park View (4A boys soccer), Tuscarora (5A girls soccer) and Woodgrove (4A softball) will play Friday in the Virginia High School League state semifinals. Briar Woods (5A boys lacrosse), Dominion (4A boys lacrosse), Potomac Falls (5A girls lacrosse) and Woodgrove (4A girls lacrosse) have already advanced to the state finals, set for Saturday.

Camryn Dolby, left, and Adriana Erickson enjoy a moment in the pitching circle during Woodgrove’s 8-0 win versus Fauquier.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

Woodgrove wins sixth consecutive regional softball championship

Six for six. The Woodgrove Wolverines are in the midst of their sixth season as a varsity softball program. And for a sixth consecutive year, Woodgrove has claimed a regional tournament championship on its way to advancing to the VHSL state playoffs.

Park View sophomore defender David Rivera plays the ball in the air during the Patriots’ 3-1 victory against Fauquier.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

Loudoun’s Varsity Sports Rewind: May 30-June 3 postseason games

Loudoun County (4A West girls' soccer), Park View (4A West boys' soccer), Tuscarora (5A North girls' soccer) and Woodgrove (4A West softball) each won regional tournament championships Friday night.


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