Tue., Nov. 24 | 01:54 PM - Lower Loudoun Little League inducted seven new members - Randy Boyer, Hal Burbey, Greg Goodlin, Ron Griffith, Johnny Murphy, Tom Schray and Mike Spring - into its Hall of Fame Nov. 19.
Tue., Nov. 24 | 10:59 AM - Madeira School senior Kylie Jordan recently signed her national letter of intent to attend and continue her swim career at Duke University in North Carolina. The standout from Leesburg is one of the top prep swimmers in Virginia.
Thu., Nov. 12 | 03:34 PM - Three teams representing Loudoun Soccer Club won Virginia Youth Soccer Association State Cup titles Nov. 1 in Fredericksburg. On the boys’ side, both ’99 Red and ’98 Red were crowned champions. On the girls’ side, ’98 Red took home a state title.
Thu., Nov. 5 | 04:15 PM - The Washington Redskins hosted 100 middle school children - including students from Seneca Ridge in Sterling - for The Get the Ball Rolling Flag Football Experience Nov. 3 at Redskins Park in Ashburn. The event focused on promoting proper football technique, as well as proper nutrition.
Sun., Oct. 11 | 08:45 AM - The newly-formed Loudoun student rowing club Miles Make Champions competed for the first time as a collective team Sept. 26 at the Head of the Anacostia Regatta on the Anacostia River in Washington, D.C. Two of the MMC's five boats medaled - highlighted by women's junior 8x crew placing first in their division.
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Wed., Aug. 26 | 04:00 PM - Central Loudoun Youth Football League held its annual Fun Fest on Aug. 22 at Freedom Park in Leesburg. Times-Mirror photographer Rick Wasser was on hand to catch the action on and off the field.
Tue., Aug. 25 | 04:03 PM - D1 Sports & Athletics 15U Spartan Elite Boys won the Gold Elite Championship among a pool of 158 teams at the Bigfoot Hoops Las Vegas Classic on July 26 in Nevada. The Loudoun-based Spartan Elite shot past Drive Bounce Elite (Canada) 80-66 in the championship game to claim the title in the five-day tournament.
Mon., Aug. 24 | 01:23 PM - Leesburg Girls Softball League’s 14U Freedom team placed first at the USSSA Hickory Sting Fest, contested Aug. 2 in Bel Air, Md. The Freedom defeated Delaware's Midway All-Stars 8-6 in the championship game.
Sun., Aug. 23 | 10:08 AM - For the first time in the 51-year history of Central Loudoun Little League, an All-Star team from the Majors division advanced to the state championship game. Already district champions, Central Loudoun National won its first five games by a combined score of 113-33 to reach the state final before falling to the Mechanicsville All-Stars in the championship game.
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