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    BASEBALL

    Loudoun Valley players celebrate during a three-run sixth inning against host Woodgrove on May 1 in Purcellville. Viking starter Jack DeGroat made the lead stand in a 3-1 victory.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

    DeGroat outduels Biggs as Valley scores three in sixth to defeat Woodgrove
    It's always a little different when Woodgrove and Loudoun Valley high schools get together on the baseball diamond, as they did May 1 for the only time this season.
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    Potomac Falls catcher Trent Koerner tags Stone Bridge baserunner Mason Newcombe out at home plate. Koerner and the Panthers prevailed 2-1 in nine innings April 28 in Sterling.—Photo Courtesy/Nick Lutkins

    Potomac Falls pulls diamond surprise against Stone Bridge
    Justin Robles doubled and eventually came around to score in the ninth inning to give host Potomac Falls a thrilling 2-1 extra-inning victory against Stone Bridge on April 28 in Sterling.
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    Varsity Rewind: April 6-30 games
    The varsity spring sports season is in full swing. Look inside for scores and submitted recaps from baseball, lacrosse, soccer, softball and tennis.

    A ball for all seasons. Loudoun Valley junior Trey McDyre is a standout on the Vikings’ football, basketball and baseball teams. While McDyre says his favorite sport is always the one he’s currently playing, he will most likely play baseball in college.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

    Valley’s McDyre has a game plan for every season
    It was once the standard course of electives for young men in high school with an athletic bent: Football in the fall, basketball in the winter, baseball in the spring, repeat.
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    Tuscarora duo combines for no-hitter to cap spring break tournament
    Playing in the final of four games during a spring break baseball tournament in Myrtle Beach, S.C., Tuscarora High School junior Bryce Pearson and freshman Wes Glass combined for a no-hitter in an 11-1 win against Greece Odyssey (N.Y.).
    Oakton hands Stone Bridge its first loss in Bulldog Titan Baseball Classic final
    The Oakton Cougars exploded at the plate for 15 runs in a 15-5 victory against the host Stone Bridge Bulldogs in the championship game of the Bulldog Titan Baseball Classic, played on a windy March 31 afternoon in Ashburn.

    Tanner Hudson scores one of his four goals in Freedom High School’s 16-6 varsity boys’ lacrosse victory against John Champe on March 23. Hudson also dished five assists.—Photo Courtesy/Shannon Ribel

    Varsity Rewind: March 16-31 games
    The 2015 varsity spring sports season is underway. Look inside for scores, stats and game summaries from varsity baseball, softball, soccer, lacrosse and tennis.
    Updated: Bulldog Titan Baseball Classic schedule
    Stone Bridge and Dominion high schools are teaming up to host the second annual Bulldog Titan Baseball Classic during spring break. The six-team field also includes Chantilly, Lake Braddock, Oakton and W.T. Woodson.
    Updated: Cheers Sports/DST Wood Bat Tournament schedule
    Broad Run High School will host the 2015 Cheers Sports/Diamond Sports Training Wood Bat Tournament, beginning March 28. The host Spartans will be joined by Kettle Run, Musselman and Robert E. Lee high schools.

    Loudoun Valley righty Justin Ager has committed to Yale University prior to his junior season. He will pitch under the guidance of former Major League Baseball pitcher John Stuper at Yale.—Courtesy Photo

    Valley’s Ager has the right stuff
    Loudoun Valley High School junior Justin Ager knew what we wanted from his future college destination when he started the recruiting process.
    Spartan catcher Goodwin to play at Wilmington
    Broad Run High School senior Lance Goodwin has committed to continue his baseball career at Wilmington University, a NCAA Division II school in the Central Athletic Collegiate Conference.
    Broad Run’s Truba to take diamond at Mary Washington
    Broad Run High School senior pitcher/outfielder Jonathan Truba will continue his baseball career at the University of Mary Washington, beginning in the fall of 2015.
    Loudoun South teams excel on diamond
    Four All-Star teams from Loudoun South Little League made the most of their time on the baseball diamond this season.
    American Legion State Tournament Scoreboard
    Post 74 Albemarle won all four of its games en route to claiming the championship Aug. 1 in the 2014 Virginia American Legion Senior Tournament.
    Leesburg Rangers win American Legion state tourney opener
    It took Matt Gloger about 100 pitches to hold the opposition to just one run over nine innings -- but it took a timely clout by Ethan Carlyon in the eighth inning to make Gloger a winner.
    Aldie Senators clinch playoff berth
    The Aldie Senators secured a spot in the eight-team Valley Baseball League playoffs with an 18-12 victory against the Winchester Royals July 28 on the final day of the regular season.
    Leesburg surges past Ashburn in Legion baseball action
    Down one run with two out in the eighth inning, the Leesburg Rangers suddenly blasted themselves to a six-run rally, propelling them to an 8-5 win in the rain July 15 against their American Legion rival, the Ashburn Knights.

    Katie Strycharz was one of three players from Dominion High School’s girls’ soccer state championship team to be selected to the VHSL All-State team. Strycharz will continue her soccer career at Carnegie Mellon University.—Courtesy Photo

    Virginia High School League All-State selections
    The Virginia High School League has begun releasing All-State teams for 2014 varsity spring sports. Look inside to see which Loudoun student-athletes were selected.

    Greater Loudoun’s bid for a spot in the Virginia Babe Ruth state tournament came up one win short. Coach Don Tiaga was proud of his team’s effort, “They had fun and were competitive. They gave 110 percent, and they did it with class.”—Times-Mirror Photo/Jason S. Rufner

    Greater Loudoun rallies back in title game, falls in extras
    Down to his team's final strike, Collin Hoffman looked out at Rappahannock's tall hard-throwing righty. The count had gone full, the potential tying run two bases away. In the right-handed batter's box, Hoffman dug in.
    American Legion baseball comes out to play
    American Legion Baseball boasts a proud history reaching back to the Roaring '20s, imparting to millions of young men the skills of sportsmanship, leadership and citizenship.
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