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Paced by Emma Wolcott, Ava Hassebrock, Sarah Gould, Katie West and Emma Hunt, the Tuscarora Huskies raced to a VHSL Class 5 state girls’ cross-country championship.—Times-Mirror/Jason S. Rufner

Tuscarora runs to third title in four years at Class 5 cross-country meet

For most programs, a runner-up finish at the state cross-country meet would be something to celebrate. For the Tuscarora Huskies girls’ team, their second-place status from 2016 - after winning states in both 2014 and 2015 - was something to motivate. The Huskies earned a return to the top, winning the team championship Nov. 10 at the Virginia High School League’s Class 5 state cross-country meet..

Tuscarora senior Emma Wolcott, shown here at the 2017 Oatlands Invitational, crossed the finish line first at regionals in a time of 18 minutes, 18.33 seconds.—Times-Mirror/Art Pittman

Loudoun Valley, Tuscarora race to regional cross-country titles

The Loudoun Valley Vikings swept top team and individual honors in the Class 4, Region C cross-country meet Wednesday at the John Handley 5K course in Winchester. The Tuscarora Huskies claimed boys' and girls' team crowns in the Class 5, Region C meet, also contested Wednesday at Oatlands Plantation in Leesburg.

Potomac District volleyball team

Tuscarora High School senior Anne Louise Seekford earned Player of the Year honors on the 2017 All-Potomac District volleyball team. Jill Raschiatore is the Coach of the Year after guiding Stone Bridge to first place during the regular season.

The Briar Woods Falcons perform their winning routine at the 5C North Region competition cheer meet Oct. 28 at Stone Bridge High School in Ashburn.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

Loudoun Varsity Sports Rewind: Oct. 23-28 games

The Loudoun County Raiders outlasted the Heritage Pride in five sets Saturday afternoon to secure the No. 1 regional seed from the Dulles District. Briar Woods, Tuscarora and Broad Run secured the top three spots at the 5C North Region competition cheer meet Saturday evening at Stone Bridge.

Potomac District volleyball tournament bracket

The 2017 Class 5 Potomac District volleyball tournament tips off Monday night with the top four seeds hosting quarterfinal round matches. Stone Bridge earned the tournament's No. 1 seed after going undefeated in regular-season district play.

The Tuscarora Huskies raced to boys’ and girls’ team titles at the Potomac District cross-country meet.—Times-Mirror/Jason Rufner

Tuscarora paces field at Potomac District meet

The weather over the 3.1-mile cross-country course at Leesburg’s Oatlands Plantation may have been cool and comfortable Oct. 25, but it still wound up being a dog day. The Tuscarora Huskies won everything there was to be won at the Group 5A Potomac District championships, taking home the individual and team titles for both boys and girls.

Stone Bridge vaults to top of VHSL football power ratings

A one-point road win versus Tuscarora proved enough to vault Stone Bridge atop the Class 5, Region C standings in the latest Virginia High School League football power ratings. Broad Run is close behind in second place, followed by John Champe. Dominion rates third in Class 4, Region C.

VHSL football power ratings

Four Loudoun schools - Broad Run, Stone Bridge, John Champe and Tuscarora - occupy the top four spots among Class 5, Region C teams in the latest Virginia High School League football power ratings. Woodgrove sits third in Class 4, Region C with three weeks remaining in the regular season.

Tuscarora running back Jaylon Lundy found the end zone twice in the Huskies’ 48-26 win versus Freedom.—Photo Courtesy/Bill Vocke

IN PHOTOS: Tuscarora tops Freedom for fifth straight win

The Tuscarora Huskies overcame a slow start by exploding for 42 points in the second and third quarters combined to defeat the Freedom Eagles 48-26 in Potomac District action Oct. 13 at Fortune Field in Leesburg. Junior quarterback Justin Allen tossed three touchdown passes and rushed for another score to help lead the Huskies to their fifth consecutive win.

The Broad Run Spartans lead the pack in the VHSL power ratings for Class 5, Region C.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

VHSL football power ratings

The latest Virginia High School League football power ratings include six Loudoun teams - Broad Run, Stone Bridge, Tuscarora, Dominion, John Champe and Woodgrove - among the top five overall in Class 5, Region C or Class 4, Region C.

Senior Cam Corbett hauled in a pair of touchdown passes from quarterback Nick Barts in Loudoun County’s 31-6 victory against Freedom.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

MORE PHOTOS: Loudoun County bounces back in big way against Freedom

A week after coming up on the short end of a 47-44 overtime thirller against Rock Ridge, the Loudoun County Raiders rebounded in a big way Sept. 15 against the host Freedom Eagles. Junior quarterback Nick Barts delivered a touchdown pass in all four quarters to help lead the Raiders to a 31-6 victory. Loudoun County (2-2) snapped a two-game losing skid and moved back to .500, while Freedom (0-3) still seeks its first win of 2017.

Clemont Mpanya’s five rushing touchdowns helped Potomac Falls defeat Riverside 40-21 on Sept. 8.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

Loudoun’s Varsity Sports Rewind: Sept. 5-9 games

Stone Bridge High School's volleyball team won five matches in one day Sept. 9 to claim the Albemarle Invitational Tournament title. After sweeping three pool play matches, the Bulldogs defeated Franklin County in the semifinals and Fauquier in the final. Look inside for scores and submitted stats from varsity golf, field hockey, volleyball and football.

Heritage displays toughness in shutout win versus Freedom

The Heritage Pride stood tall with a 22-0 shutout victory in their home opener Aug. 25 versus the Freedom Eagles in Leesburg. Heritage used its depth on both sides of the ball to overmatch Freedom.

2017 Freedom Eagles football preview

A population boom in South Riding catapults the Freedom Eagles from Class 4A to 5A for the 2017 season. Freedom continued to make strides in 2016, finishing with a 4-6 record. While the move to 5A will initiate a new set of challenges, Freedom's first-year head coach Jason Belser feels the change is ultimately irrelevant.

Riverside players and coaches rejoice after winning the 2017 Virginia 4A boys’ lacrosse championship.—Times-Mirror/Jeff Vennitti

Loudoun varsity teams have combined to win 121 state titles

Loudoun County public high schools have combined to win 121 Virginia High School League state championships in varsity team sports. That number grew by 13 during the 2016-2017 school year. Broad Run, which opened in 1969, and Loudoun Valley (1962) are tied for the most state championships with 17.

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