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Bradley to run at Indiana Tech

Briar Woods High School senior Justin Bradley recently signed his letter of intent to run track at Indiana Tech in Fort Wayne, Ind. Briar Woods held a signing ceremony for Bradley in conjunction with its annual track and field banquet.

Bradley placed fifth in the 200-meter run at the 2013 Dulles District meet. He was also a member of Briar Woods’ 400 and 1,600 relay teams that set school records.

Indiana Tech won both men’s and women’s titles at the 2013 NAIA Outdoor Track & Field National Championships.


Tuscarora hosts signing ceremony

Tuscarora High School hosted a signing ceremony May 29 for seven Husky athletes who will continue their athletic careers in college. The athletes represented the football, softball and soccer programs.

Front Row consists of Ally Kuhn (Softball- Stockton College ), Annie Hartman (Soccer – Virginia Wesleyan) and Brittany McCullock (Softball – Green Mountain College). Back Row are Myron Hernandez (Soccer – Shepard University), Darrius Anderson (Football – Bluefield College), Drew Davidson (Football – Christopher Newport University) and Adrien Stinger (Football – St. Francis College).


Heritage holds college signing day

Heritage High School held a ceremony May 22 to celebrate several of its student-athletes who will continue their athletic careers in college.—Courtesy Photo

-Front row
Kayla Corey – Lake Erie College, Lacrosse
Rachel Klainer – Eastern Mennonite University, Soccer
Sam Denuccio - Ferrum College, Softball

-Second Row
Breana Smart – Lynchburg College, Basketball
Jacob Thiel – Seton Hill University, Soccer
Tim Bryden – Ferrum College, Football
Ryan Douglass – East Carolina University, Golf
Austin Brundage – Emmanuel College, Lacrosse
Matt Gloger – Randolph Macon College, Baseball
Lauren Wood – West Virginia Wesleyan, Soccer


Falcon football sending six more players to next level

Briar Woods High School held a ceremony May 15 for six seniors - Mike Barta (William and Mary), Devin Ramos (Shippensburg), Darryll Gadsden (Shenandoah), Cory Colder (East Coast Prep), Jonathan Rose (Frostburg) and Josh Jacob (Evengel) set to play football at the next level. Two more Falcon seniors - Matt Rolin (Florida) and Cam Serigne (Wake Forest) previously signed letters of intent.—Photo Courtesy, Chuck Moore, http://www.randomsnapsphotography.com

Mike Barta, joined by his parents Mike and Michelle and his sister Sammy, will attend the College of William and Mary as a preferrred walk-on. Barta is a two-year all-Dulles District second team selection at defensive back. Throughout his career, he recorded 116 tackles, including eight for losses, 12 pass break-ups, three interceptions and three defensive touchdowns.—Times-Mirror Staff Photo/Alanna Dvorak

Running back Cory Colder will go to Massachusetts and take a post-graduate year with East Coast Prep. Colder is a two-time first team all-Dulles District selection and in 2012 earned first team all-region and honorable mention all-state accolades. He holds career rushing yards and rushing touchdowns at Briar Woods after running for 2,851 yards and 42 touchdowns during his career. He was joined at his ceremony by his parents Karl and Sherry. —Times-Mirror Staff Photo/Alanna Dvorak

Daryll Gadsden, who played for the Falcons as both a defensive back and a receiver, will be continuing his career at Shenandoah University as a wide receiver. During his high school career, he recorded 65 tackles, 10 pass break-ups, four interceptions, three defensive touchdowns, 170 reception yards and one offensive touchdown. Gadsden’s mother, Ana, grandmother, Ana, and brother Elijah joined him at his signing ceremony. —Times-Mirror Staff Photo/Alanna Dvorak

Josh Jacob, a linemen for the Falcons, will continue his career at Evangel University in Missouri as a defensive lineman. Jacob went from playing junior varsity as a junior to becoming a two-way started as a senior at guard and defensive end. In 2012, Jacobs was named honorable mention all-Dulles District at defensive line. His parents Cheryl and Jeff were at his ceremony. —Times-Mirror Staff Photo/Alanna Dvorak

Wide receiver Devin Ramos has committed to play at Shippensburg University in Pennsylvania after starting at Briar Woods for two years. In 2012, Ramos was named first team all-Dulles District, second team all-Region II and an honorable mention all-State pick. He cumulated 60 receptions for 970 yards and ten touchdowns during his high school career. Ramos was joined by his mother Laura and his sisters Mady and Mily at his signing ceremony. —Times-Mirror Staff Photo/Alanna Dvorak

Defensive back Jonathan Rosa will attend Frostburg State University in Maryland. Rosa played on both offense and defense for the Falcons and was a two-year starter on special teams, where he was named team Player of the Year in 2012. Rosa’s parents, Jennifer and Roman, and his brother and sister, Raymond and Jasmine, attended the ceremony with Rosa. —Times-Mirror Staff Photo/Alanna Dvorak


Grimard to play Division II hoops

Loudoun Valley High School senior Josh Grimard will continue his basketball career at Alderson-Broaddus College in West Virginia. The Division II program will join the Great Midwest Athletic Conference in July.

Grimard, a 6-foot, 6-inch shooting guard/small forward, was a three-year varsity starter at Loudoun Valley. He helped the Vikings make consecutive appearances in the state playoffs the last two seasons.

Grimard, who also played AAU ball for Loudoun Triple Threat, was selected as the Division 3 Player of the Year on the 2012-2013 All-Dulles District team. He surpassed 1,000 career points during his senior season.


Two Vikings set to play college volleyball

Morgan Hammer signs with Coastal Carolina

Loudoun Valley senior outside hitter Morgan Hammer will continue her volleyball careeer at Coastal Carolina University in Conway, S.C. The Chanticleers compete in the NCAA Division I Big South Conference.

Hammer was the Vikings’ Most Valuable Player and earned All-Region honors in her senior season. She also plays in the Northern Virginia Volleyball Association, helping her team advance to nationals twice.

Stewart signs with North Carolina Wesleyan

Loudoun Valley High School senior Tori Stewart has committed to play volleyball for North Carolina Wesleyan College in Rocky Mount, N.C. The Battling Bishops compete in the NCAA Division III USA South Atlantic Conference.

Stewart was a key member of the Viking varsity team the last two seasons as a middle blocker and outside hitter. She earned second-team All-Dulles District honors as a senior.


Titan swimmer to compete at Division I level

Dominion High School senior Aidan O’Hara has signed a national letter of intent to swim at Division I Loyola University in Maryland. O’Hara was a four-time Most Valuable Swimmer for the Titans.

O’Hara won consecutive Dulles District titles in the 100 backstroke during his junior and senior seasons. He holds Dominion High School records in the 500 free, 200 individual medley, 100 backstroke and 100 breast.

As a senior, O’Hara placed second in the 500 free and fourth in the 100 back at the Virginia AA Swimming Championships. He also competed earlier this year in the NCSA Junior Nationals with Nation’s Capital Swim Club.


Vikings’ White to play college baseball

Loudoun Valley High School senior Danny White recently signed his letter of intent to play baseball for Trevecca Nazarene University in Nashville, Tenn. White is a four-year varsity starter for the Vikings under coach Wayne Todd. He earned All-District honors as a pitcher and a outfielder in his junior season. Trevecca competes at the NCAA Division II level in the Great Midwest Athletic Conference.—Courtesy Photo


Woodgrove golfers to play collegiately

Woodgrove High School senior Nick Kovach will continue his golf career at Virginia Wesleyan College. Kovach holds the Wolverines’ program record for low score (74) on an 18-hole round.  He was a medalist at the Dulles District tournament and qualified for the Region II tournament in 2012. Virginia Wesleyan competes in the Division III Old Dominion Athletic Conference.—Courtesy Photo

Woodgrove High School senior Maclendon Aiken will continue his golf career at Taylor University in Indiana. Aiken is a three-year letterman at Woodgrove, consistently placing among the top six for the Wolverines. He qualified for the district tournament in each of his varsity seasons, scoring a personal best round of 79 at the 2012 district tournament. Taylor University, a NAIA school, competes in the Crossroads League.—Courtesy Photo


Spartan trio to continue soccer careers

Broad Run High School recently held a college signing for three seniors set to play soccer at the next level. Cassie Smith will play for Division I Eastern Kentucky University, while Haley Casanova and Samantha Rabinek are both headed to Division III Christopher Newport University. The senior captains have helped Broad Run win two Virginia AA state championships in the last three seasons. Smith (Herndon Firecats), Casanova (FCV Hotspurs and Braddock Road Elite) and Rabinek (Ashburn Premier and CYA Phoenix) have also enjoyed a lot of success playing club soccer.—Photo Courtesy/Dan Sousa, VivaLoudoun.com


Pride pair to play football at Alderson-Broaddus

Heritage High School seniors Ahmad Richardson and Darrell Kendrick will continue their football careers at Alderson-Broaddus College in Philippi, W. Va. The Battlers played a club season in 2012, its first football season since 1930. Alderson-Broaddus will compete at the Division II level in 2013. Richardson and Kendrick are pictured with family Cecilia Ragland, Juanita Smith and Adrian Kendrick, along with Heritage athletic director Ron Petrella.—Courtesy Photo


Valenzuela signs with Saint Francis

Dominion High School senior Matt Valenzuela recently signed his letter of intent to continue his football career at Saint Francis University in Pennsylvania. Valenzuela is expected to line up at tight end for the Red Flash. Saint Francis competes in the Division I Football Championship Subdivision. Valenzuela was a four-year starter at Dominion, earning team MVP honors twice and garnering first team All-Dulles District selection in 2012.—Courtesy Photo


Six Bulldogs to play Division I soccer

Stone Bridge High School held a college signing ceremony Feb. 28 for six student-athletes who will continue their soccer careers at the NCAA Division I level. Seated, from left, are Murielle Tiernan (Virginia Tech), Ashley Herndon (James Madison University) and Corinne Giroux (The College of William and Mary). Standing are Carson Cyphers (Virginia Commonwealth University), Ariana Alston (Florida Atlantic University) and Emily Lung (Loyola University). The six seniors helped the Bulldogs win a state championship as freshmen.—Photo Courtesy/Dan Sousa, http://www.VivaLoudoun.com


The Power of Five

Five Loudoun Valley High School seniors recently finalized their plans to continue their athletic careers in college. Seated, from left, are girls soccer players Leah Widdifield, Jordyn Bauman and Andrea Garcia. Standing are Mark Shayka and Anthony Flores.—Times-Mirror Staff Photos/Carl Lukat

Mark Shayka will play volleyball at Lees-McRae College in North Carolina. Mark was joined by his parents Fran and David.

Anthony Flores will play soccer at York College of Pennsylvania. Anthony was joined by his parents Maritz and Mario.

Andrea Garcia is headed to Pfeiffer University in North Carolina. Andrea was joined by her sister Brendy and her parents Isabel and Efrain.

Leah Widdifield will continue her soccer career at Christopher Newport University in Newport News. Leah was joined by her mom Jill and her sister Morgan.

Jordyn Bauman will play soccer at Ferrum College in Southwest Virginia. Jordyn was joined by her mom Stacey.

Leah Widdifield, Jordyn Bauman and Andrea Garcia gather with their mothers and Loudoun Valley girls soccer coach Kerry Davidson.


Three Pride seniors to play baseball in college

Three members of the Heritage High School baseball team have committed to play baseball next year at the college level. Matt Chapman will play at Washington College, a Division III school located in Chestertown, Md. The Shoremen compete in the Centennial Conference.Lorenzo Calderon, a 2012 first team all-Dulles District outfielder, joins the Marymount University Saints. The Saints compete at the Division III level in the Capital Athletic Conference. Also committing is Brandall Peters,  who will play at Pfeiffer University. Pfeiffer, located in Misenheimer, NC, is a Division II school and a member of the Conference Carolinas.—Courtesy Photo


Serigne signs with Demon Deacons

Briar Woods High School senior Cam Serigne signed his letter of intent with Wake Forest University on Feb. 6. He was joined by his parents David and Michelle Serigne and Falcon football coach Charlie Pierce during a ceremony at Briar Woods. Serigne helped lead the Falcons to three consecutive Virginia Division 4 state championships. He is the Falcons’ career record holder for receptions, receiving yards and touchdown receptions. Serigne projects to play tight end/H-back at Wake Forest, a Division I member of the Atlantic Coast Conference.—Photo Courtesy/Dan Soua, VivaLoudoun.com


Four Wolverines to play college football

Woodgrove High School held a ceremony Feb. 6 to honor four student-athletes who have committed to play football at the college level. From left, placekicker R.J. Warfel (Virginia Tech), defensive back Atem Ntantang (Boston College), Tucker Coil, offensive lineman Dan Charmo (Indiana University of Pennsylvania) and offensive lineman Dylan O’Connor (University of Maryland) were joined by Woodgrove football coach Mike Skinner. Coil, the team’s starting quarterback in 2012, also signed Feb. 6 to play lacrosse at High Point University. The third-year Wolverines advanced to the postseason for the first time in 2012.—Times-Mirror Staff Photos/Carl Lukat


Legg makes soccer commitment to Southern New Hampshire

Briar Woods High School senior goalkeeper Kent Legg will take his soccer skills to Southern New Hampsire University. Legg posted six shutouts and held a 0.62 goals against average as a junior before breaking his tibia in the next to last regular season game. Legg garnered All-Dulles District second team honors last spring after helping the Falcons soar to the Dulles District regular-season title. Southern New Hampshire posted a 19-4 record at the NCAA Division II level in 2012.—Photo Courtesy/Dan Soua, VivaLoudoun.com


Woodgrove lacrosse trio set to play at next level

Three members of Woodgrove High School’s boys lacrosse team have finalized their college plans. Kellem McCarthy, Tucker Coil and Ian Cernetich were joined by Wolverines’ coach Jeff Lewandowski during a celebration Feb. 6 in the school cafeteria. McCarthy will play at Division III Marymount University in Arlington; Coil will play at Division I High Point University in North Carolina; and Cernetich is headed to Division III University of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg. The Wolverines won the Group AA Northern Sectional championship in just their third season last spring.—Times-Mirror Staff Photos/Carl Lukat


Bulldog football sends four to college ranks

Four players on Stone Bridge High School’s Virginia Division 5 state finalist football team will play at the college level. From left, Drew Dettra (Coastal Carolina), Christian Strahin (Shepherd University), Jonathan Allen (University of Alabama) and Ryan Burns (Stanford University).—Times-Mirror Staff Photos/Alanna Dvorak

-Jonathan Allen, University of Alabama
Stone Bridge defensive standout Jon Allen officially signed Feb. 6 to continue his football career at the University of Alabama this fall. Allen had a record-breaking high school career, breaking five Stone Bridge records with 12 forced fumbles, 38.5 sacks and 216 first-hit tackles. In addition, he holds single season records for most forced fumbles (eight) and most single season sacks (20). This season, he boasted 77 first hits, 30 assists, 6.5 sacks and five blocked kicks. For his efforts, Allen was selected Defensive Player of the Year on the VHSCA All-State team, Gatorade Virginia Player of the Year, D.C. Touchdown Club Player of the Year and a Parade All American. In January, he participated in the U.S. Army All-American game. Allen was joined by his parents, Richard and Tracie, and younger siblings Micah and Ariana.

-Ryan Burns, Stanford University
Record-breaking Stone Bridge quarterback Ryan Burns officially signed Feb. 6 to play football at Stanford University in the fall. This season, Burns passed for 2,530 yards and 28 touchdowns, breaking the Bulldogs’ record for most passing yards in a season. Additionally, he rushed for 222 yards and four touchdowns. Burns was a first team All-Liberty District and All-Northern Region selection, in addition to being selected as a member of the U.S. Army All-American team. He was joined at his signing by his parents, Bryan and Kathy.

-Drew Dettra, Coastal Carolina
Defensive lineman Drew Dettra will join the Coastal Carolina Chanticleers in South Carolina. Dettra was the 2011 and 2012 Stone Bridge defensive lineman of the year. He was also named to the 2012 Liberty District team at defensive line. This season, he recorded 22 first hits, 19 assisted tackles, two sacks and two forced fumbles.

-Christian Strahin, Shepherd University
Stone Bridge running back and defensive back Christian Strahin will attend Shepherd University. In 2012, Strahin was named to the Liberty District first team, Northern Region first team and VHSL all-state first team as a defensive back. He recorded 27 first hits, 15 assisted tackles and four interceptions, three of which were returned for touchdowns.


Nizialek to kick for Columbia

Cameron Nizialek has signed his letter of admission to attend and play football at Columbia University in New York beginning in the fall of 2013. Nizialek will be competing as a punter and a placekicker for the Lions. Columbia is a member of the Ivy League in the Division I Football Championship Subdivision.

Nizialek, the first player in school history to compete at the FCS level of college football, was a two-year starter for Freedom as a punter and a kicker. An All-Region performer as a senior, Nizialed holds program records for field goals, extra points and punts. Nizialek maintains a 4.0 grade point average and also plays basketball and soccer.—Photo Courtesy/Freedom H.S.

Aguemon to play football at Dartmouth

Heritage High School senior Chris Aguemon has committed to play football at Dartmouth College in New Hampshire. Heritage held a ceremony Feb. 5 to celebrate Aguemon’s commitment. Aguemon, also an academic standout, was a running back and outside linebacker for the Pride. He is expected to move to the strong safety position in college. Dartmouth is a member of the Ivy League conference and competes in the Division I Football Championship Subdivision.—Times-Mirror Staff Photos/Carl Lukat


Raider pair to continue football careers

Loudoun County High School seniors Brad Szoka and Trey Taylor signed their letters of intent to play college football Feb. 6. Szoka, a wide receiver, is headed to James Madison University and Taylor, an offensive lineman, will play at Alderson-Broaddus College in West Virginia. Click here to read more about both student-athletes.—Photos Courtesy/Loudoun County H.S.


Woodgrove celebrates eight seniors committed to play college soccer

Woodgrove High School’s reigning Virginia AA state champion girls soccer program celebrated eight seniors who will play at the college level Jan. 29. Brittany Basinger (Penn State), Ashley Bonner (American), Maggie Buxton (James Madison), Bergen Elkjer (Indiana State), Sarah Hardison (George Mason) and Ashley Tilley (Coastal Carolina) will sign letters of intent with Division I schools. Victoria Perry (Christopher Newport) and Samantha Winkler (Eastern Mennonite) have committed to Division III programs.—Times-Mirror Staff Photo/Carl Lukat

-Click here for more photos from the ceremony.


Montanez to volley at Edinboro


Heritage High School held a signing ceremony for senior Dariel Montanez on Dec. 14. Montanez will continue her volleyball career at Division I Edinboro University in Edinboro, Pa. A four-year varsity player, Montanez had one of her best seasons this fall, recording 130 kills and 206 digs. She earned the Coach’s Award, the Most Improved Award and the fall Sportsmanship Award. Montanez also plays for a Northern Virginia Volleyball Association club team. Montanez was joined by her parents, Juan and Lisa Montanez at the ceremony.—Times-Mirror Staff Photo/Alanna Dvorak



Smith makes lacrosse commitment to Louisville


Broad Run High School held a signing ceremony Dec. 11 to honor senior Heidi Smith’s commitment to play Division I lacrosse at the University of Louisville in Kentucky. Smith, a varsity starter since her freshmen year, scored 72 goals and dished 20 assists as a junior to help lead the Spartans to the region playoffs for the first time since 2009. Smith, also an academic standout, was the 2012 Cedar Run District Player of the Year and earned first-team All-Region honors as a midfielder. She plays club lacrosse for Capital Lacrosse.—Courtesy Photo/Dan Sousa, VivaLoudoun.com

Caplinger commits to Mars Hill


Middleburg Academy senior midfielder Adam Caplinger has committed to continue his lacrosse career at Mars Hill College, a Division II program in North Carolina. Caplinger earned All-Maryland Independent Lacrosse League second-team honors as a junior. Caplinger, who resides in Paeonian Springs, is joined by his parents, Laura and Eric Caplinger, and Middleburg Academy boys lacrosse coach Rob Horne.

“Adam is fast, physical, and remains one of the strongest players in this program,” Horne said. “I think Mars Hill is receiving a young man who knows how to prepare for a season, and can work towards completing his academic and athletic goals.”

Woodgrove laxers to play Division I


Woodgrove High School held a signing ceremony Dec. 5 to honor two members of the girls lacrosse team who will be continuing their careers in college. Oliver Becker and Morgan Miller became the first members in Woodgrove girls lacrosse history to sign to Division I schools.

Miller will join the University of Delaware lacrosse team beginning fall of 2013. Miller is a two-year starting midfielder with the Wolverines and currently holds the school record for single game and career ground balls. She has totaled 69 goals and 16 assists and last year was named to second team all-Dulles District. Miller began playing lacrosse in the fourth grade and played six years of club ball with NoVa West and Upper Corner lacrosse. Outside of lacrosse, she is active in Student Council, yearbook, German club and varsity club.

Becker will attend Liberty University in Lynchburg. Becker is a two-year starter on attack for the Wolverines and was also voted second team all-Dulles District. At Woodgrove, she has produced 38 goals and 17 assists. Becker has played for the Frederick Stars, Upper Corner and NoVa West at the club level and this past summer, played for the FCA national team at the Lake Placid Classic tournament. She will join her sister Morgan, a 2010 Loudoun Valley graduate, at Liberty.



Paul VI pitcher to play for St. Joseph’s


Potomac Falls resident Braedon Lawson, a senior pitcher at Paul VI High School in Fairfax, recently signed his letter of intent to play baseball at Saint Joesph’s University, a Division I program in Pennsylvania. Lawson helped the Panthers win the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference title as well as the Virginia Independent School’s Athletic Association Division I championship in 2012. He was selected as Paul VI’s Pitcher of the Year and earned second team All-State honors. Lawson, who plays summer/fall baseball for the NVTBL Stars, is pictured with his parents Jan and Randy Lawson, brother Cortland and Paul VI baseball coach Jeff Nolan.—Courtesy Photo

Miller to play Big East softball


Broad Run High School senior Mckall Miller signed her letter of intent Nov. 19 to play softball at Providence College in Rhode Island. Providence competes in the NCAA Division I Big East Conference. Miller, a middle infielder/outfielder, earned first team All-State honors as a junior after helping the Spartans advance to the Virginia AAA state semifinals. She plays club softball for the Vienna Stars 18U Gold.—Photo Courtesy/Dan Sousa, VivaLoudoun.com

Rosenburg swims to Charlottesville


Heritage High School senior Kaleigh Rosenburg signed a letter of intent Nov. 19 to swim at the University of Virginia. Rosenburg competes with both the Pride and SNOW and captured the Virginia A/AA state title in the girls 100 meter breastroke this past February. Rosenburg was joined at the signing by her parents, Gemma and Rick, and her brother Damon, a swimmer at Denison University.—Times-Mirror Staff Photo/Trevor Baratko



Moler joins the Gamecocks


Mackenzie Moler, a senior outfielder from Woodgrove High School, signed her letter of intent to play softball at the University of South Carolina. Moler, who posted a .408 batting average last season, helped the Wolverines capture the district, region and state titles last year.—Courtesy Photo

Cole aims high with Lehigh


Woodgrove High School senior centerfielder Ashley Cole signed a letter of intent Nov. 14 to play softball at Lehigh University. Cole is a two-time first team all-state, all-region and all-district selection and carries a 4.28 GPA.—Courtesy Photo

“Wright” choice in softball


Tory Wright, a Dominion High School softball standout, has committed to continue her athletic career at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Wright has lettered in softball for the Titans since her freshman year and was named first team all-region and all-district last year.—Courtesy Photo

Huewe to slam for Towson


Senior Taylor Huewe of Loudoun County High School signed her letter of intent to play volleyball at Towson University in Maryland. Huewe was the 2012 Dulles District co-Player of the Year and also earned first team all-region honors. This year, Huewe helped lead the Raiders to their fifth state volleyball title in six years.—Courtesy Photo

Jacobus signs to Alderson-Broaddus


Senior softball pitcher Kiley Jacobus of Loudoun County High School signed her letter of intent to continue her softball career at Alderson-Broaddus College in West Virginia. Jacobus is a three-year all-district player (second team in 2010 and 2011, first team in 2012) and is a two-time captain.—Courtesy Photo

Knudsen to lax at ODU


Haley Knudsen, a lacrosse player from Loudoun County High School, has committed to play at Old Dominion University next year. Knudsen earned first team all-district honors in both defense and midfield last year and helped the Raiders earn a state playoff berth.—Courtesy Photo


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