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Tryouts and Announcements: Oct. 5 listings

Top of the Podium Wrestling Center is hosting free Introduction to Wrestling classes in October for youth ages 7-14. Look inside for more details, along with softball, water polo and basketball listings.

Kurt McHenry, front, has made great strides in the sport of wrestling. The 16-year-old from Leesburg recently won a world championship and has set his sights on wrestling in the Olympics.—Photo Courtesy/Sam Janicki

Leesburg wrestler McHenry wins world championship

It's a common thing for Kurt McHenry to return home a conquering champion. The 16-year-old Leesburg resident attends St. Paul's School near Baltimore, and he comes back nearly every weekend to regale with tales of his latest triumphs on the wrestling mat. He's not usually returning home with a victory from eight time zones away, though.
1757 All-Stars

1757 All-Stars place second at regional golf tournament

A team of junior golfers ages 13 and under from 1757 Golf Club in Dulles competed in the PGA Junior League Golf Mid Atlantic Regional, Sept. 17-18 at LedgeRock Golf Club in Mohnton, Pa. The 1757 All-Stars placed second in the four-team event with a 2-1 record.

Perfect Hawks win Dulles National Soccer Tournament crown

The ODFC Hawks won the Under-19 girls' division at the 25th annual Dulles National Soccer Tournament, contested Aug. 27-28 in Fairfax. The Loudoun-based Hawks, coached by Kirk Smith, went undefeated in the tournament.

Ashburn youth Sihan Sandhu has quickly developed a taste for winning golf tournaments and has the talent to keep it going. Sandhu says his long-term goal “is to be a professional golfer.”—Courtesy Photo

10-year-old Sihan Sandhu is a force on the course

Sihan Sandhu is exceptionally good at golf, better than the overwhelming majority of people who ever swing a club. He's won events across the United States and over in Europe. He's won a full trophy case worth of regional invitationals. He doesn't play local tournaments much anymore, because if he did, he'd almost certainly win those, too.

Tryouts and Announcements: Aug. 31 listings

The Loudoun Freedom girls basketball organization seeks players to fill roster spots. Look inside for more details, along with softball, water polo and field hockey listings.

Registration open for Capitals Learn to Play program

Registration for the Capitals Learn to Play program is underway. Open to first-time participants, the LTP initiative provides free head-to-toe equipment to children ages four to eight in an effort to reduce cost barriers associated with an introductory program.

Endorphin Fitness Fairfax-Loudoun Youth Triathlon Team members, from left, Chloe Ramirez, Bridgette Kim, Mackenzie McConagha, Hannah Ye, Zoe Van Winckel and Emme Cate Heilbrun pose for a photo after their race.—Courtesy Photo

Area triathletes excel at youth national championships

Nine members of the Endorphin Fitness Fairfax-Loudoun Youth Triathlon Team competed in the USA Triathlon Youth & Junior National Championships, July 30-31 in West Chester, Ohio.

Players participate in the final session of Farmwell Station Basketball League’s instructional program Aug. 13.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

Farmwell Station Basketball League holds summer instructional program

The Farmwell Station Basketball League conducted the final installment of its six-week summer youth basketball instructional program Aug. 13 at Trailside Middle School in Ashburn. The free program for kids in third through eighth grades was conducted on Saturday mornings.

Loudoun South rules the diamond

Loudoun South Little League's ages 9-10 American All-Star team capped a stellar run through their tournament schedule by winning the Southeast Regional Tournament of State Champions July 27 in Greenville, N.C.


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