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Todd Hill enjoyed many memorable moments with his players during his time as Loudoun County High School football coach.—File Photo

Health concerns force Hill to step down as Raider football coach

Todd Hill is stepping down as head football coach at Loudoun County High School after nine seasons due to continuing health concerns. Hill has been away from the program since early spring after undergoing surgery to repair spinal disc issues. With his recovery not going as well as hoped, Hill was advised by his doctors that he would not be able to continue coaching.

Stone Bridge lineman Wisner to play football at Shepherd

Stone Bridge High School senior Luke Wisner, pictured with his family during a recent signing ceremony, will continue his football career at Shepherd University in West Virginia.

Noah Reimers and Anna Wasko of Tuscarora High School earned The Allstate Foundation/VHSL Achievement Award as Group 5A Male and Female Athletes of the Year.—File Photos

Tuscarora pair recognized as top student-athletes

Tuscarora High School senior student-athletes Anna Wasko and Noah Reimers have been honored for their stellar efforts in the classroom, community and athletic fields with The Allstate Foundation/VHSL Achievement Award.

Former Briar Woods High School standout Alex Carter will take his skill set to Detroit after being drafted by the Lions with the 80th pick of the 2015 NFL Draft.—File Photo/Richard Schumaker

From Loudoun to the NFL: Detroit trades up in third round to draft Alex Carter

Briar Woods High School alum Alex Carter was a hot commodity as the third round progressed May 1 in the 2015 National Football League draft.

Whitehead siblings to play football at Elon

Twins Eric and Ryan Whitehead will continue their football careers together at Elon University, a NCAA Division I Football Championship Subdivision school in North Carolina.

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.

Stone Bridge junior quarterback Joe Thompson’s next stop is the University of North Carolina at Charlotte after the 49ers program made quite an impression on him.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

Stone Bridge QB Thompson commits to UNC Charlotte

Stone Bridge High School junior quarterback Joe Thompson has committed to play football at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte starting in the 2016-2017 academic school year.

Valley’s Cordani taking football skills to Wagner

Loudoun Valley High School senior Andrew Cordani has signed his letter of intent to play football at Wagner College in Staten Island, N.Y.

Broad Run High School senior Sammy Sergi, shown here playing in the 2014 VHSL 5A state championship game, has been a force with his feet for the Spartans’ soccer and football teams.—Times-Mirror/Doug Stroud

Soccer or football, Sergi gets his kicks

Sammy Sergi's given name is Samson, a call back to a conquering hero of ancient times. Like the original Samson, Sergi has always had longish hair, now down past shoulder-length. Unlike the Samson of Biblical yore, the Spartans' version doesn't rely on his hair for his power. He uses his feet.

Four Spartans to play college football

Broad Run High School recently held a ceremony to honor four student-athletes who will continue to play football at the collegiate level.

Freedom selects Curry to coach football program

Freedom High School has tabbed Sean Curry as its next head varsity football coach. Curry spent the last nine seasons as an assistant coach at Chantilly High School.

Briar Woods trio to play at next level

Three senior members of the Briar Woods High School football program have committed to continue their football careers in college. Briar Woods held a signing ceremony Feb. 4 to honor the players.

Six Huskies set to play collegiate athletics

Tuscarora High School recently held a signing ceremony for five football players and a volleyball player who will continue their athletic careers in college.

Good friends off the field, Jordan Hinson, left, and Scotty Forbes joined forces on Team USA in the International Bowl.—Courtesy Photo

Loudoun players spark Team USA in International Bowl

A trio of Loudoun athletes represented the USA Football Select Team in the International Bowl, contested Jan. 31 at AT&T Stadium in Dallas.

Tuscarora to honor Reimers at Feb. 3 basketball game

Tuscarora High School will honor senior tailback Noah Reimers for his outstanding career achievements Feb. 3 at halftime of the varsity boys' basketball game against Potomac Falls.



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