State Champion: Hulcher stands tallest at 126 pounds
Briar Woods junior Michael Hulcher’s hand is raised after he defeated Christiansburg’s Gabe Lumpp, 11-4, in the 126-pound championship match at the Virginia AA State Wrestling Championships Feb. 16 in Salem.—Times-Mirror Photo/Michael “Moe” Murphy
A year-long mission culminated before a standing room-only crowd on center stage as Briar Woods High School junior Michael Hulcher became the first wrestler in school history to win a state championship.
Tue., Feb. 19 | 02:08 PM
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Three Loudoun wrestlers win Region II championships
The Loudoun County Raiders wrestling team holds up the runner-up trophy after placing in a tie for second at the Region II tournament. The Raiders qualified five wrestler for the state meet, Feb. 15-16 in Salem.—Times-Mirror Photo/Michael “Moe” Murphy
The Loudoun County Raiders made a valiant surge but came up just short of winning the team title at the Region II Wrestling Championships Feb. 9 at John Champe High School in Aldie.
Tue., Feb. 12 | 12:32 PM
A pair of Freedom, Broad Run wrestlers advance to states
Freedom and Broad Run high schools qualified two wrestlers for the Virginia AAA state wrestling tournament following top four finishes at the Northwest Region tournament.
Tue., Feb. 12 | 11:58 AM
Cassada-Maple suffers season-ending injury at region wrestling tourney
Josh Cassada-Maple's storied varsity wrestling career concluded one week early as the 170-pound senior from Loudoun Valley High School dislocated his shoulder in a first-round match against Liberty’s Rico Bumbrey at the Region II tournament Feb. 8 at John Champe High School in Aldie.
Sat., Feb. 9 | 10:09 AM
Varsity Rewind: Winter sports
Heritage High School defeated first-year John Champe, 86-41, in boys basketball Feb. 7. Look inside for scores and submitted stats.
Fri., Feb. 8 | 09:06 AM
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Woodgrove shows off depth to claim Dulles District title
Third-year Woodgrove High School won its first-ever Dulles District wrestling tournament championship Feb. 2 in Purcellville.—Times-Mirror Photo/Michael “Moe” Murphy
The Woodgrove Wolverines used every wrestler on their team to pitch in for a narrow victory over runner-up Loudoun County at the Dulles District Wrestling Championship Feb. 2 at Loudoun Valley High School.
Wed., Feb. 6 | 06:34 PM
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Freedom places second at Cedar Run wrestling tourney
The Freedom Eagles wrestled to runner-up honors as the host school in the six-team AAA Cedar Run District wrestling tournament Feb. 2 in South Riding. Battlefield placed seven wrestlers in the finals on their way to the team championship.
Tue., Feb. 5 | 12:05 PM
Hulcher’s drive is second to none
Briar Woods junior Michael Hulcher, shown here on top against Clarke County’s Anthony Marasco in a match earlier this season, is the top ranked wrestler in the state among Group AA schools at 126 pounds. Hulcher is 39-2 this season and 127-22 as a varsity wrestler.—Times-Mirror Photo/Michael “Moe” Murphy
Briar Woods High School 126-pound wrestler Michael Hulcher is already a marked man.
Wed., Jan. 30 | 08:29 AM
Strong competition rules Loudoun Valley Duals
Freedom senior Brendan Kammerdeiner locks up with Westfield’s Austin Knies in a 195-pound bout during the Loudoun Valley Duals Wrestling Tournament Jan. 19.—Times-Mirror Photo/Michael “Moe” Murphy
Five Loudoun schools competed in the Loudoun Valley Duals Wrestling Tournament Jan. 18-19 in Purcellville. Broad Run, Freedom, Heritage, Loudoun Valley and Potomac Falls participated in a 13-team field that included squads from West Virginia, Pennsylvania and Virginia.
Thu., Jan. 24 | 09:42 AM
Host Spartans place third in 10-team wrestling duals
Anthony Oswald of Potomac Falls tries to escape the grasp of Broad Run’s Zach Fossett in a 152-pound bout during the Growing Earth Duals Jan. 5 at Broad Run High School in Ashburn.—Times-Mirror Photo/Michael “Moe” Murphy
Skyline High School earned top team honors and host Broad Run placed best among six Loudoun schools at the 2013 Growing Earth Duals Jan. 5 in Ashburn.
Tue., Jan. 8 | 03:18 PM