Thu., Oct. 27 | 08:12 AM - A decade ago, Moriah McDonald received her first tennis lesson in a church cafeteria. Now, the 14-year-old from Ashburn is part of a national champion tennis team. McDonald and her DMV Elite teammates won the Advanced title at the 2016 Junior Team Tennis National Championships. The DMV Elite defeated The Racquet Club of Columbus (Ohio) 58-31 in the championship match Oct. 16 at the Cayce Tennis Center in South Carolina.
Mon., Jun. 20 | 06:54 AM - Alexa Kling of Loudoun County High School signed her letter of intent May 26 to continue her academic and tennis career at Taylor University in Indiana. Kling was joined by her parents Reagan and Cynthia Kling, LCHS girls' tennis coach Tammy Bullock and Taylor University tennis coach Jini Morgan.
Tue., Jun. 7 | 09:15 AM - With every win, Broad Run High School's boys’ tennis team breaks a new record. For the Spartans, there’s two more records to break. Broad Run will travel to Deep Run High School for the Group 5A state semifinals Tuesday to face the 5A South Region champion Wildcats for the right to compete in the state championship match.
Mon., Jun. 6 | 08:41 AM - An outstanding season for the Stone Bridge Bulldogs' boys' tennis team continued in the 5A North Region tournament. Stone Bridge No. 1 player Erick Rivas won three matches in a two-day span June 1-2 to earn the regional singles title. As a team, Stone Bridge went undefeated at 16-0 during the regular season and won the Conference 14 tournament team championship.
Sat., Jun. 4 | 08:23 AM - 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.
Mon., May. 30 | 08:47 AM - The varsity postseason continues this week with regional tournament action. Teams will vie for regional supremacy and to earn state tournament bids as the 4A West Region and the 5A North Region will crown champions in baseball, softball, boys' soccer, girls' soccer, boys' lacrosse' girls' lacrosse, boys' tennis and girls' tennis.
Sat., May. 21 | 10:55 AM - Broad Run boys and Tuscarora girls won Conference 14 soccer tournament championship games Friday night. The match-ups are set for Conference 21-B and Conference 22 tournament championship games, scheduled for Tuesday evening.
Fri., May. 20 | 08:43 AM - It seemed no one knew the match was concluded. After a few seconds of hesitation, Broad Run High School players, coaches and parents realized the Spartans had secured enough wins to end the match.
Wed., May. 4 | 02:28 PM - Tuscarora defeated Broad Run 6-4 on the baseball diamond Tuesday night to improve to 12-4 overall and 3-2 in Conference 14 play. Senior Bryce Pearson earned the pitching win for the Huskies. Look inside for scores and submitted recaps from baseball, lacrosse, soccer, softball and tennis.
Wed., Nov. 25 | 05:42 AM - Leesburg resident Dennis Afanasev recently signed his letter of intent to play men's tennis at George Washington University. Afanasev currently trains at IMG-Bollettieri Academy in Florida.
With 33rd straight conference win, Tuscarora claims tournament title Potomac Falls’ turnaround continues into postseason More Basketball
Briar Woods football coach Pierce to take leave of absence Park View accepting applications for head football coach More Football
Photos: Conference 21-East wrestling tournament Photos: Conference 14 wrestling tournament More Wrestling
Freedom’s Wrighte excels at state qualifier gymnastics meet Tuscarora repeats as Conference 14 gymnastics champions More Gymnastics
Moorcones signs with Catholic University soccer Local pair earn All-American soccer honors for CNU More Soccer
Broad Run’s Buck signs with Holy Cross baseball Tuscarora appoints Shain to guide baseball program More Baseball
Rock Ridge’s Yoon to tee it up for Cavaliers Three area golfers place in top 20 at Girls Open Championship More Golf
Valley’s Marc Hunter selected as state’s top cross-country coach Morris, Vikings lead pack at VHSL State Cross-Country Championships More Cross Country
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