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.
Tue., Aug. 25 | 11:07 AM - Check out these opportunities among sports teams and camps.
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.
Wed., Aug. 19 | 08:00 AM - It wasn’t a particularly great day for Casey Schmitz. Earlier in the day, the recent Stone Bridge High School graduate was involved in an auto accident that left her unharmed, but the door of the car damaged. Little did Schmitz know that 30 minutes later, she would receive a phone call that would make the day significantly better.
Mon., Aug. 17 | 11:40 AM - The Baseliners finished fifth out of 45 teams in the 16U age division at the PONY Nationals East Zone softball tournament. The team features players from Potomac Falls, Dominion, Tuscarora, Broad Run, Stone Bridge, Patriot, Westfield and Holton-Arms high schools.
Sat., Aug. 15 | 06:50 PM - The Loudoun Legacy Track and Field club hit the ground running in its first season this year. Established in March, Loudoun Legacy qualified 14 athletes through the Virginia State meet for the 2015 AAU Junior Olympics. Legacy head coach Chris Wanza notes “our goal for this season and this special group of athletes was to commit to individual successes and cultivate an environment of highly competitive athletes in sprints, distance, field events and life."
Tue., Aug. 11 | 01:42 PM - Loudoun South Little League National 9/10 All-Star team recently completed an impressive postseason run with a runner-up finish in the Tournament of State Champions in Greenville, N.C.
Tue., Aug. 11 | 10:12 AM - Check out these opportunities among sports teams and camps.
D1SA Spartan Elite swish championship at national event Next level: Bailey to become first Husky to play NCAA Division I hoops More Basketball
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APEX gymnasts participate in Relay for Life APEX qualifies 18 gymnasts for regionals More Gymnastics
Soccer: Golan signs with Brighton & Hove Albion F.C. Tiernan named to MAC Hermann Award watch list More Soccer
A historic run for CLLL National All-Stars Four Vikings sail for Liberty: Valley baseball lays Route 29 pipeline More Baseball
LGSL Freedom sit atop softball diamond Loudoun Special Olympics softball goes national More Softball
Garcia advances to steeplechase final at IAAF World Championships Brown to run for NOVA cross-country team More Cross Country
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