Virginia 4A Conference 21 golf tournament results
Tue., Sep. 30 | 03:52 PM - Loudoun County High School won the team title and Kurt Funkhouser of Dominion claimed low medalist honors at the 4A Conference 21 golf tournament Sept. 29 at Algonkian Golf Course in Sterling.
Broad Run wins in thrilling fashion against Liberty
Broad Run senior quarterback Brady Reitzel scans the field before delivering a game-winning touchdown pass to Tyriek King with eight seconds left in regulation.—Fauquier Times/Melissa Mullins
Tue., Sep. 30 | 10:55 AM - Back and forth they went all night. In a thrilling game of “Can you top this?” Broad Run High School had the resolve, and just enough time, to edge previously undefeated Liberty, 38-35, on Sept. 26 in Bealeton.
Varsity Fall Sports Rewind
The Loudoun Valley Vikings qualified for the 3A East Region golf tournament following a runner-up team finish Sept. 29 at the Conference 28 tournament.—Courtesy Photo
Tue., Sep. 30 | 09:16 AM - The 2014 varsity cross-country, golf and volleyball seasons are underway. Look inside for scores and submitted stats.
Falcons overcome slow start, pull away from Wolverines
Briar Woods High School running back Dillon Blevins made the most of an opportunity to see extended playing time Sept. 26 against Woodgrove. Blevins racked up 211 yards and a touchdown on 31 carries.—Times-Mirror/Chuck Moore
Tue., Sep. 30 | 08:28 AM - The Woodgrove Wolverines jumped out to an aggressive defensive start against host Briar Woods, but were eventually worn down by the Falcons' impressive offensive performance in their Sept. 26 match-up.
Varsity Football Standings
Sun., Sep. 28 | 02:40 PM - Here is a look at the standings for all 13 Loudoun varsity teams through the first five weeks of the 2014 season. Tuscarora High School tops the list with a 5-0 record.
Varsity Football Scoreboard: Week 5
Sat., Sep. 27 | 12:49 PM - Broad Run High School outlasted previously undefeated Liberty, 38-35, on the road Friday night to pick up its fourth victory of the season. Briar Woods, John Champe, Loudoun Valley, Potomac Falls, Stone Bridge and Tuscarora were also victorious.
A numerical look at Week 5 football games
The Tuscarora Huskies have outscored their opponents 163-42 in winning their first four games this season. The Huskies host Heritage Sept. 26 in a matchup of Leesburg schools.—File Photo/Randy Litzinger
Thu., Sep. 25 | 04:23 PM - The fifth week of the varsity football season includes seven games involving Loudoun teams. Briar Woods, Freedom, John Champe, Potomac Falls and Tuscarora will host games.
New role for Windows at Stone Bridge
Thu., Sep. 25 | 01:04 PM - Stone Bridge High School recently announced the hiring of Joany Windows as its new assistant athletic director. Windows served as the Bulldogs' head varsity girls soccer coach for six seasons.
Hard work has paid off for Briar Woods lineman
Senior guard Jon Hirsch is in his third year on Briar Woods High School’s varsity football team. Falcon coach Charlie Pierce says of Hirsch, “He’s one of the best offensive linemen in the area and it’s all because he did the work. I have a lot of respect for him.”—Times-Mirror/Chuck Moore
Wed., Sep. 24 | 08:35 AM - When boys dream about playing football in high school and college they envision themselves throwing the big pass, making the impossible catch or eluding and running over would-be tacklers en route to the winning touchdown.
Loudoun runners sweep elite races at Oatlands XC Invitational
Weini Kelati of Heritage High School broke the tape first Sept. 20 in the Varsity ‘A’ girls race at the Oatlands Cross-Country Invitational. Kelati, who moved to the United States from her native Eritrea this summer, finished the race in 18 minutes, 12 seconds.—Times-Mirror/Beverly Denny
Tue., Sep. 23 | 03:55 PM - Heritage High School newcomer Weini Kelati and Loudoun Valley junior Andrew Hunter outpaced fields of approximately 400 runners to claim individual titles in the Oatlands Cross-Country Invitational elite varsity 'A' races Sept. 20 at Oatlands Plantation in Leesburg.