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    Loudoun Valley players celebrate during a three-run sixth inning against host Woodgrove on May 1 in Purcellville. Viking starter Jack DeGroat made the lead stand in a 3-1 victory.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

    DeGroat outduels Biggs as Valley scores three in sixth to defeat Woodgrove
    It's always a little different when Woodgrove and Loudoun Valley high schools get together on the baseball diamond, as they did May 1 for the only time this season.
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    Woodgrove junior left fielder Alexa Dolby focuses on catching a fly ball during a May 1 game against Loudoun Valley. The Wolverines improved to 14-2 this season with a 5-1 victory.—Times-Mirror/Carl Lukat

    Wolverines pull away late from Vikings for 5-1 win
    Woodgrove High School scored two runs in the fifth inning to snap a 1-1 tie and added a pair of insurance runs in the sixth to earn a 5-1 victory against neighborhood rival Loudoun Valley on May 1 in Purcellville.
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    Alex Carter hauls in an interception during his playing days at Briar Woods High School. Carter will now take his skill set to the Detroit Lions of the National Football League.—File Photo

    From Loudoun to the NFL: Alex Carter drafted in third round by Detroit
    Briar Woods High School alum Alex Carter was a hot commodity as the third round progressed May 1 in the 2015 National Football League draft.

    Potomac Falls catcher Trent Koerner tags Stone Bridge baserunner Mason Newcombe out at home plate. Koerner and the Panthers prevailed 2-1 in nine innings April 28 in Sterling.—Photo Courtesy/Nick Lutkins

    Potomac Falls pulls diamond surprise against Stone Bridge
    Justin Robles doubled and eventually came around to score in the ninth inning to give host Potomac Falls a thrilling 2-1 extra-inning victory against Stone Bridge on April 28 in Sterling.
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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.

    The Loudoun County Raiders are making noise on the tennis courts once again this spring. Front row, from left, are Grant Buchen,Thomas Flynn, Kyle Peyton, Nick Moon and Brandon Sinden. Back row consists of coach Randy Hanger, Jack McLister, Nick Ponticelli, Jared Koening, Connor McLean, Michael Schafer and Sean Singh.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

    Raider rackets making noise once again
    As Randy Hanger paces the perimeter of the courts for the 26th consecutive spring coaching Loudoun County High School tennis, he carries with him a little something new.
    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.

    The Stone Bridge Bulldogs rejoice following their 7-6 boys’ lacrosse victory against the Langley Saxons at home April 24 in Ashburn. Stone Bridge improved to 8-1 this season.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

    Updated: Stone Bridge fends off rally to defeat rival Langley
    A sense of accomplishment and a sigh of relief. After seeing a five-goal lead nearly evaporate against rival Langley, Stone Bridge players rushed senior goalie Logan Broadbent to celebrate a 7-6 victory April 24 in Ashburn.
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    Andrew Hunter set a personal best time (4:07.15) in winning the one-mile run April 24 at the Penn Relays. It was Hunter’s second title at the prestigious track and field event.—File Photo/Beverly Denny

    Valley’s Hunter shows the way at Penn Relays
    Loudoun Valley High School junior Andrew Hunter paced the field by more than two seconds to take home the high school boys' mile run title at the prestigious Penn Relays on April 24 at the University of Pennsylvania.

    Loudoun County senior Brad Hinchberger leaps to return a volley during a doubles match against John Champe on April 24 in Aldie. Hinchenberg won his No. 1 singles match and teamed with Justin Fox to win at No. 1 doubles for the undefeated Raiders.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

    Raiders extend streak by ending Knights’ undefeated run
    In a matchup of undefeated teams in boys' tennis, it was the Raiders of Loudoun County High School who couldn't seem to lose. The Raiders (12-0) swept six singles and three doubles matches April 23 on the courts of the Knights (12-1) of John Champe High School in Aldie.
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