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Loudoun Valley to induct six members into Hall of Fame

The ninth class of the Loudoun Valley Viking Athletic Association’s Hall of Fame will be inducted Oct. 6 during halftime of Loudoun Valley's home football game versus Loudoun County.

The 2017 Hall of Fame class consists of six former student-athletes.

Gregory Edmondson (1972)

Edmondson was a member of Loudoun Valley’s first state championship team, the 1972 Viking baseball team. He was a letter winner in football, basketball and baseball. A senior captain of the baseball team where he excelled as the second baseman, Edmondson was the Viking Award Winner his senior year. Edmondson attended Shepherd University and competed in the Loudoun County Baseball League for four years.

Allen Mallory (1980)

Mallory was an outstanding basketball and baseball athlete. As a senior, Mallory received first team all-district and all-region honors for his success on the baseball diamond and he also was the captain for the basketball team. Mallory continued his education and baseball career at Randolph Macon Academy.

Luke Cullinane (1994)

Cullinane was an outstanding football and track and field athlete, serving as a team captain in both sports. He earned first-team all-state honors and was the Northwestern District Defensive Player of the Year in his senior football season. Cullinane set Loudoun Valley's shot put record in his senior year and placed second in the shot put and third in the discus throw at the state meet. He earned the LVHS Senior Male Athlete award and the Loudoun Times-Mirror Athlete of the Year award. Cullinane was a four-year starter at defensive end for the College of William and Mary, setting the Tribe's single-season sack record.

Heather Todd Pitts (1999)

Pitts was a team captain and standout player on Loudoun Valley's softball and basketball teams. She played on two regional championship softball teams and earned multiple post-season accolades. Pitts was Loudoun Valley's Most Valuable Player in basketball as a senior. She attended Virginia Tech on a softball scholarship and was a four-year letter winner.

Lora Potts Lentz (2003)

An outstanding volleyball and softball athlete, Lentz was a member of Loudoun Valley's 2002 state-champion volleyball team and 2003 state-champion softball team. She was selected as the school's Female Athlete of the Year in 2003. Lentz posted an 8-1 record in the pitching circle as a senior. She was a four-time all-conference softball player at Frostburg State University, where she earned MVP honors in 2007.

Blair Brown (2006)

A 2006 LVHS Female Athlete of the Year recipient, Brown as a standout volleyball player and track and field athlete. In volleyball, Brown earned Virginia Gatorade Player of the Year and Washington Post All-Met Player of the Year honors twice each. She was a team captain on Loudoun Valley's undefeated state championship team in 2004. In track and field, Brown won a state title in the high jump in 2005 and was a state finalist in 2006. Brown moved on to play on four national championship volleyball teams at Penn State University, earning All-American honors three times. In 2010, Brown as the Big Ten Player of the Year and Penn State Female Athlete of the Year. She is currently the head coach of the University of Buffalo volleyball team.


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