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    Sterling’s Boys of Summer to reunite this weekend
    Wed., Apr. 23 | 02:45 PM - The Sterling boys who thrilled residents of Loudoun County and the Washington metropolitan area with their winning exploits during the summer of 1974 are coming home to roost in their laurels.

    Dominion High School linebacker/running back Chad Smith, shown here rushing for a touchdown during a 2013 game against Potomac Falls, has one season left with the Titans before moving on to the Atlantic Coast Conference.—Times-Mirror Photo/Doug Stroud

    Dominion’s Smith taking football skills to Clemson
    Wed., Apr. 23 | 06:20 AM - Chad Smith is going to be a Tiger, but he will always be a Titan. The 6-foot-4 All-American outside linebacker, a rising senior whom Dominion High School coach Karl Buckwalter calls "the most instinctive football player I've ever been privileged to coach," announced April 10 he will accept a scholarship offer to play football at Clemson University.
    Local trio helps Shenandoah claim ODAC baseball title
    Tue., Apr. 22 | 01:40 PM - Shenandoah University's baseball team clinched the Old Dominion Athletic Conference regular-season title April 17 with a 9-0 victory against Bridgewater College. The Hornets' roster includes three Loudoun players.
    Varsity Rewind: April 21 games
    Tue., Apr. 22 | 10:15 AM - Freedom High School edged Heritage 5-4 in a boys' tennis match April 21. The Eagles prevailed by winning two of three doubles matches after the teams split six singles matches.

    Marley Blycher has been impressive in her freshman season protecting the net for Foxcroft School’s lacrosse team.—Courtesy Photo

    Seven up, seven down for Foxcroft lacrosse
    Tue., Apr. 22 | 08:31 AM - "Speed, skill and aggressiveness." Coach Patrick Finn's affinity for the players that make up Foxcroft School's 2014 varsity lacrosse roster is clear.
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    Broad Run High School seniors, seated from left, Eric Corella, Will Ervin, Josh Moore and Jimmy Hennessey will continue their lacrosse careers in college. The players are joined by Spartan coaches Marc Mesmer and Greg Stuart.—Courtesy Photo

    Broad Run lacrosse sending four seniors to collegiate level
    Mon., Apr. 21 | 09:05 AM - Broad Run High School's boys' lacrosse program recently held a ceremony to recognize four student-athletes who will play collegiately.
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    Morven Park to host USA Ultimate frisbee competition
    Sat., Apr. 19 | 08:56 AM - USA Ultimate, the national governing body for the sport of ultimate - better known as ultimate frisbee - has announced the selection of Morven Park in Leesburg as one of the six venues for this year’s competition season.

    Freedom High School freshman Trevor LeMaster refuses to allow a prosthetic leg slow him down. LeMaster is the starting goalie for the Eagles’ junior varsity lacrosse team this spring after a enjoying a stellar initial high school wrestling season in the winter.—Times-Mirror Photo/Rick Wasser

    LeMaster of field and mat: No slowdown for Eagles’ one-legged wonder
    Fri., Apr. 18 | 09:05 AM - He walks with a gait indistinguishable from the standard, though his run incorporates a slight skip – left-left-right, left-left-right. In the lacrosse net, his lateral movement is adept, his hands quick as he tracks the opponents' play, directing his teammates in traffic. When the ball is shot beyond his net, he turns and musters a sprint to save possession for his team.

    Broad Run junior Juliet Esnardo looks to get a touch on the ball with three Potomac Falls players closing in. Esnardo assisted on the Spartans’ lone goal in a 1-1 draw.—Times-Mirror Photo/Chuck Moore

    Spartans settle for draw after late Panther goal
    Wed., Apr. 16 | 06:45 AM - Holding a 1-0 lead against Potomac Falls in the waning minutes of an April 11 girls' soccer match, it appeared host Broad Run, who had controlled play for most of the game, would keep its perfect record intact.
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