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    Carl Lukat

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    Varsity Fall Sports Rewind

    The 2015 fall varsity sports season is underway. Park View and Tuscarora high schools netted volleyball wins Wednesday night, while Stone Bridge continued its strong start to the golf season. Look inside for scores and submitted recaps. - 08/27/15

    2015 varsity football preview: Turn on those Friday night lights

    It's that time of year again. Time to mark Friday evenings as filled on your calendar for the next three months. The 2015 Virginia High School League football season begins Aug. 28 with 14 Loudoun varsity teams in action. The regular season continues for 11 weeks through Nov. 6, with five more weeks of postseason action to follow. - 08/26/15

    Photos: Central Loudoun Youth Football League Fun Fest

    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. - 08/26/15

    Park View turf field ceremony set for Friday prior to season opener

    The Park View Patriots will open the 2015 varsity football season Aug. 28 at home versus Manassas Park on their new turf field. Prior to the game, Washington Redskins president Bruce Allen and members of the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors will be on hand for a field dedication ceremony. - 08/26/15

    Varsity football preview: Phoenix rise up to varsity level

    As Ashburn's newest high school, the Rock Ridge Phoenix enters a crowded field where neighbors Briar Woods, Broad Run and Stone Bridge have combined for six state titles in the past decade. - 08/26/15

    Varsity football preview: Focused Pride aim to make third time a charm

    Ask Heritage Pride coach Reed Prosser what the main focus of his team is, and it might not be what you think. As he puts it, the focus isn't strictly on wins and losses. - 08/26/15

    Varsity football preview: Before playing a game, Raiders in competition

    For the most part, Loudoun County coach Steve Williams isn't certain who he's going to start come week 1 of the Raiders' football season. And that's a good thing. - 08/26/15

    Varsity football preview: New faces, same expectations for Huskies

    Fourteen consecutive wins, a 5A North Region championship and an initial appearance in the VHSL 5A state title game. The 2014 season was special for the Tuscarora Huskies, who reached the state final in just their fifth season as a program. - 08/26/15

    Varsity football preview: Tight-knit Patriots return to the basics

    Following a few lean years, it's back to the basics for the Park View Patriots. Mick Mullins is stressing two things to his players as he enters his second season as Park View's head coach. - 08/26/15

    Varsity football preview: Facing tough foes, Spartans get to work

    When Broad Run's Matt Griffis looks ahead at the schedule his football team is preparing to slog through, he sees a barrage of tough tilts. Every one of the 10 challengers stacked up on the Spartans' slate is a playoff team from a year ago - and two of them, Centreville and Tuscarora - came within a touchdown of a state championship. - 08/26/15

    Varsity football preview: Rams hit the ground running

    Consider the ram. It has a reputation as a tenacious animal, obstinate, bull-headed, unafraid of challenges despite the odds. Maybe that's why the Rams of brand-new, just-opened Riverside High School opted to launch their football program with a full varsity schedule. Rams are always ready for a fight. - 08/26/15

    Varsity football preview: Team unity, toughness spark Bulldogs

    A 10-win season that included a victory against neighborhood rival Broad Run and a pair of postseason triumphs would be considered a success for most programs. That was not the case for the Stone Bridge Bulldogs. - 08/26/15

    Varsity football preview: New coach seeks new heights for Eagles

    The Freedom Eagles have nowhere to go but up, and first-time head coach Sean Curry has designs on taking them there. After a full decade of varsity football, Freedom High School remains in search of its first playoff berth. Last year marked the Eagles' second consecutive 1-9 record, during which they endured five shutouts while surrendering more than 50 points seven times. - 08/26/15

    Varsity football preview: Confident Knights focus on the little things

    John Champe made big strides in 2014, the program's third season overall. After combining for two wins in their first two campaigns, the Knights won eight games, strung together a five-game winning streak, qualified for their first postseason and earned their initial playoff victory. - 08/26/15

    Varsity football preview: Panthers aim to stay on the rise

    Sometimes, you can tell how the next football season will go by looking at how the last one ended. A year ago, the Potomac Falls Panthers seesawed though a truly up-and-down campaign: win two, lose two, win two, lose two, win two. - 08/26/15

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