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    Stone Bridge Bulldogs

    Tuscarora High School defeated Stone Bridge 5-4 in varsity softball April 10. The Huskies, coached by Megan Smith, won for the fourth time in six games to open the season.—Times-Mirror Photo/Rick Wasser

    Varsity Spring Sports Rewind: April 1-14 games
    Tue., Apr. 15 | 10:54 AM - Senior Corley Simons scored late in regulation to lift Loudoun Valley to an 11-10 girls' lacrosse victory against Battlefield on April 14 in a rematch of a 2013 VHSL state quarterfinal game.

    Sophomore Cole Gabriele pitched a no-hitter March 24 in Tuscarora’s 12-0 win versus Park View. The 6-foot-4 lefty struck out 12 batters in his varsity debut.—Courtesy Photo

    Varsity Spring Sports Rewind: March 19-31 games
    Tue., Apr. 1 | 09:48 AM - Loudoun Valley won close games against Loudoun County in baseball and softball March 31. Stone Bridge girls' tennis outlasted Thomas Jefferson 5-4 to remain undefeated.

    Stone Bridge ace JB Bukauskas gets ready to release a pitch in the Bulldogs’ season opener March 21 against James Madison. Bukauskas pitched five-plus scoreless innings in front of MLB scouts and a big home crowd.—Times-Mirror Photo/Rick Wasser

    Bukauskas is Bulldogs’ Ace of Spades
    Tue., Mar. 25 | 01:15 PM - In a rivalry that’s seen a plethora of game-changing players battle on the diamond since 2006, the margin of victory between traditional baseball powerhouses Stone Bridge and James Madison high schools is normally minuscule.
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    Potomac Falls alum Kiefer named CAA Pitcher of the Week
    Tue., Mar. 18 | 12:32 PM - For the fifth time in her softball career at James Madison University, Potomac Falls High School alum Heather Kiefer has been selected as the Colonial Athletic Association Pitcher of the Week.
    2014 Varsity Spring Sports Schedule
    Sun., Mar. 16 | 09:40 AM - The 2014 varsity spring sports athletic schedule kicks off in Loudoun this week, weather permitting. The spring slate includes track and field, baseball, softball, soccer, lacrosse and tennis.

    The Briar Woods Falcons earned their second consecutive Northern Virginia Scholastic Hockey League championship Feb. 28 Kettler Capitals Iceplex in Arlington.—Times-Mirror Photo/Aaron Wyche

    Briar Woods tops rival Stone Bridge to repeat as hockey champs
    Tue., Mar. 4 | 03:40 PM - For the second consecutive year, the Capitals Cup will shine on display at Briar Woods High School.
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    Senior Tim Burris, shown here performing the backstroke at the Conference 21 meet, teamed with Phillip Crouch, Michael Burris and Jake Schroth to win the 200-yard medley relay title in a time of 1:40.24 at the Virginia 4A state swim championships.—Times-Mirror File Photo/Joel Wolcott

    Relay Pride: Heritage swims to state relay title
    Thu., Feb. 27 | 10:52 AM - Heritage High School's prolific 200-yard medley relay team highlighted a strong showing by area competitors at the Virginia 4A state swim championships. The Pride's Tim Burris, Phillip Crouch, Michael Burris and Jake Schroth touched the wall first to claim state gold Feb. 22 at the Christiansburg Aquatic Center.

    Emotion overcomes Potomac Falls senior Omer Nezam as his hand is raised following a 3-2 decision victory against Freedom senior Bradley Nelson in the Virginia 5A 160-pound championship match Feb. 22 at Robinson Secondary School in Fairfax.—Times-Mirror Photo/Moe Murphy

    Mat Kings: Four Loudoun wrestlers bring home state gold
    Tue., Feb. 25 | 02:53 PM - Persistence paid off in a big way for Potomac Falls High School senior Omer Nezam at the Virginia 5A state wrestling championships Feb. 22 at Robinson Secondary School in Fairfax.
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    Sara Connors of Briar Woods High School performed a stellar floor exercise routine Feb. 22 at the state individual gymnastics meet. Connors score of 9.375 tied her for sixth place in the state.—Times-Mirror File Photo/Rick Wasser

    Freedom places third as team; Gibbs, Connors make the podium at state meet
    Tue., Feb. 25 | 11:46 AM - The Freedom Eagles placed third and the Stone Bridge Bulldogs were right behind in fourth place at the Virginia 5A state gymnastics team competition Feb. 21 at Salem High School in Virginia Beach.
    All-Conference basketball teams
    Mon., Feb. 24 | 07:25 PM - Broad Run's Khiorie Stewart and Mariah Leonard were selected as Conference 14 Players of the Year. Loudoun Valley's Paul Rowley earned the same honor in Conference 28, as did Dominion's Tony Richardson and Heritage's Kayla Tibbs in Conference 21.
    Conference basketball tournament scoreboard
    Sun., Feb. 23 | 07:30 AM - Broad Run (Conference 14 boys), Freedom (Conference 14 girls), Loudoun County (Conference 21 boys and girls) and Loudoun Valley (Conference 28 boys) each won conference tournament championships.

    A 20-year racing veteran at the age of 24, Ashburn’s Ryan Ellis is looking forward to his first full season in NASCAR’s Nationwide Series. Ellis has excelled in various racing series throughout his career.—Photo Courtesy/Paul Eckelman

    Ellis lives life in the fast lane
    Wed., Feb. 19 | 04:10 PM - Imagine playing chess where the competition plays out at speeds of nearly 200 miles per hour. That's how Ashburn resident Ryan Ellis describes racing at famed Daytona International Speedway.
    Varsity Basketball Standings
    Wed., Feb. 19 | 06:05 AM - Broad Run (boys) and Freedom (girls) have wrapped up first place in Conference 14. Loudoun County finished atop the Dulles District girls' standings and tied Loudoun Valley for first place in Dulles boys. Standings updated through completion of regular season.
    5A North, 4A North region wrestling results
    Tue., Feb. 18 | 02:07 PM - Four Loudoun wrestlers took home individual titles at the 5A North Region wrestling tournament, while two local wrestlers proved to be tops in their weight class at the 4A North Region tournament.

    Freedom senior Arianna Robinson displays her determination as she approaches the vault Feb. 9 at the 5A North Region Gymnastics Championships. Robinson was flawless on her routine and was the all-around champion.—Times-Mirror Photo/Rick Wasser

    Arianna Robinson’s perfect vault highlights Freedom’s big day
    Tue., Feb. 18 | 12:55 PM - Freedom High School senior Arianna Robinson scored a rare perfect 10 on her vault routine on the way to winning the all-around title at the 5A North Region Gymnastics Championships. Her younger sibling Mikayla Robinson was right behind in second place overall.
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    Freedom senior Bradley Nelson, top, scored a last-second takedown to defeat Potomac Falls senior Omer Nezam, 3-1, in the 160-pound final Feb. 7 at the Conference 14 Wrestling Championships.—Times-Mirror Photo/Rick Wasser

    Freedom pins down Conference 14 wrestling title
    Tue., Feb. 11 | 04:56 PM - Freedom High School took the team title at the first-ever Conference 14 Wrestling Championships, Feb. 7 at Tuscarora High School in Leesburg. The Eagles led all teams with four individual champions, while Briar Woods brought home three and Potomac Falls, Broad Run and Stone Bridge took two apiece.
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    Loudoun County High School senior Maggie Phillips reached the 1,000 career points milestone Feb. 7. The multi-sport standout will play volleyball at the U.S. Naval Academy.—Times-Mirror Photo/Rick Wasser

    Varsity Basketball Rewind: Feb. 7-10 games
    Tue., Feb. 11 | 12:42 PM - Teal Reynolds set the single-game scoring mark for Potomac Falls High School girls' basketball with 33 points in a Feb. 10 victory against Briar Woods. Look inside for scores and submitted stats.

    Tuscarora junior Pim Silpacharn struck gold in the 50-yard freestyle and placed second in the 100 freestyle Feb. 7 at the 5A North Region Swim Championships.—Photo Courtesy/Marianne Thiede

    Briar Woods’ Maxwell, Tuscarora’s Silpacharn swim to region titles
    Mon., Feb. 10 | 02:33 PM - Potomac Falls earned the top local boys' team finish in third place, while Stone Bridge placed fourth in the girls' standings. Thomas Jefferson swam away with the boys' championship and Albemarle was dominant in winning the girls' crown.
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    Stone Bridge seniors, from left, Sean Tracy, Nate Davis, Nick Sobhani and Richard Xu will play college football. Bulldog coach Mickey Thompson headed up a ceremony Feb. 6 to celebrate their accomplishments.—Times-Mirror Staff Photo/Carl Lukat

    Stone Bridge celebrates four football players headed to next level
    Sat., Feb. 8 | 08:15 AM - Family, friends and members of the Stone Bridge High School football program gathered in the school cafeteria Feb. 6 to celebrate the college signings of four senior foootball players.
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    VHSL All-State volleyball teams
    Fri., Feb. 7 | 06:03 PM - Nine players from Loudoun schools earned selection on 2013 Virginia High School League All-State volleyball teams in either the 5A, 4A or 3A classifications.Reigning 4A state champion Loudoun County High School led the way with four players selected.

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