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Sitting, from left, are McKayla Beal, Lauren Kelly and Rayven Conner, with Briar Woods coach Ann Vierkorn in back.—Courtesy Photo

Briar Woods trio sign to play college soccer

Three members of Briar Woods High School's varsity girls' soccer program have signed letters of intent to play at the collegiate level. All three Falcon seniors are headed to NCAA Division I programs.

Colin Shutler with Loudoun Soccer club coaches Mark Ryan and John O’Hara.—Courtesy Photo

Briar Woods’ Shutler to continue soccer career at Virginia

Briar Woods High School senior Colin Shutler has signed his letter of intent to attend and play NCAA Division I soccer at the University of Virginia, beginning in the fall of 2016.

All LCPS activities canceled Friday night

Due to the forecast of impending bad weather Friday evening, all Loudoun County Public Schools activities after 6:30 p.m. are canceled. Activities using LCPS facilities Friday afternoon are to end by 6:30 p.m.

Conference 21-A basketball tournament schedule

Woodgrove High School earned the top boys' seed and the No. 2 seed on the girls' side for the Group 4A Conference 21-A basketball tournament. Both Wolverine teams earned first-round byes and will host semifinal games Feb. 16.

Boys’ basketball: Loudoun Valley caps first undefeated regular season in school history

Loudoun Valley High School outscored visiting Stone Bridge 50-23 in the second and third quarters combined to pull away for an 85-60 boys' basketball victory Feb. 11 in Purcellville. The Vikings (21-0) finish the regular season undefeated for the first time in the program's 55-year history.

Freedom’s Anna Broussard performs her floor exercise routine Feb. 10 at the regional gymnastics meet.—Times-Mirror/Mike Walgren

Regional gymnastics: Freedom Eagles soar back into states

If the gymnasium scoreboard at Park View High School displayed real-time point totals, those in attendance at the 5A North regional gymnastics championships Feb. 10 would have known they were watching a nail-biting buzzer-beater. With strong performances on their floor routines in the final rotation of the meet, the Freedom Eagles triumphed over runner-up Stafford by less than one-half of one point.

Kylie Jordan and Madeira swim coach Rod Montrie.—Photo Courtesy/The Madeira School

Leesburg swimmer earns ‘Outstanding Performance of the Meet’ honor

Kylie Jordan is in the midst of a postseason to remember. The Madeira School senior from Leesburg has touched the wall first in multiple events in both of her school's postseason swim meets.

Drew Hunter completed the mile in 3 minutes, 58.25 seconds at the Armory Track Invitational.—-File Photo/Photorun.net

Run to glory: Purcellville teen breaks four-minute barrier in mile

Another week, another national prep record for Purcellville's Drew Hunter. The 18-year-old Loudoun Valley High School student garnered national headlines after running a sub-four-minute mile Feb. 6 at the Armory Track Invitational in New York.

Loudoun’s Varsity Basketball Rewind: Feb. 8-10 games

Chloe Roach scored 20 points, grabbed eight rebounds and delivered five assists, while Kennedy Middleton posted a double-double of 17 points and 11 rebounds to lead Tuscarora High School to a 68-31 girls' basketball win Wednesday night against Potomac Falls.

Conference 21-B basketball tournament schedule

Seeding and pairings are set for the Group 4A Conference 21-B basketball tournament. Loudoun Valley is the top seed in the boys' bracket and Loudoun County is seeded first in the girls' bracket. Tournament play begins Friday evening.

John Champe senior Kuony Deng hauls in a pass during the 2015 season. Deng will next take the football field for Virginia Military Institute.—File Photo

Champe’s Deng to play two at Virginia Military Institute

Kuony Deng is a football and basketball standout at John Champe High School. Ask Deng which he prefers and the answer will correlate with the sport currently in season. Deng will continue to play both sports at the collegiate level.

Brandon Steel of Broad Run High School works toward a pin of Tuscarora’s Collin Smith in the 182-pound final.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

Broad Run claims Conference 14 wrestling crown

A balanced effort lifted Broad Run High School to the team championship at the Group 5A Conference 14 wrestling tournament Feb. 6 at Rock Ridge High School in Ashburn. Tuscarora placed second in the team standings, followed by Stone Bridge, Potomac Falls and Briar Woods.

The Heritage Pride won the team championship at the Conference 21-B wrestling tournament.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

Heritage tops podium at Conference 21-B wrestling tournament

Heritage High School racked up 181.5 points to take home the team title Feb. 6 at the Group 4A Conference 21-B wrestling tournament. Loudoun Valley placed second with 165 points and host Rock Ridge finished third with 120 points.

Loudoun’s Varsity Basketball Rewind: Feb. 4-6 games

The varsity boys' and girls' basketball teams of Tuscarora High School remain undefeated in Conference 14 play following wins Saturday versus Stone Bridge. Freedom boys and Loudoun Valley girls also earned victories.

Gymnastics: Conference meet results

Freedom, Riverside and Tuscarora placed first in the team standings at their respective conference gymnastics meets. Freedom's Sydney Wrighte (38.9), Potomac Falls' Erika Hurrell (37.5) and Riverside's Maddy Howell (37.05) each won all-around titles.

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Briar Woods
Falcons

Broad Run
Spartans

Dominion
Titans

Freedom
Eagles

Heritage
Pride

John Champe
Knights

Loudoun Co.
Raiders

Loudoun Valley
Vikings

Park View
Patriots

Potomac Falls
Panthers

Riverside
Rams

Rock Ridge
Phoenix

Stone Bridge
Bulldogs

Tuscarora
Huskies

Woodgrove
Wolverines



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