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Heritage coach Matt Swartz and Pride golfers Garrett Ganley and Nick Rentsch watch the action unfold at the Conference 21-B golf tournament.—Times-Mirror/Bill Clare

Heritage goes low at Conference 21-B golf tournament

The Heritage Pride continued their stellar season Sept. 22 at the Conference 21-B golf tournament. Nick Rentsch, Eli Newman, Garrett Ganley and Hayden Miller each shot rounds in the 70s on the Loudoun Golf and Country Club par 72 course in Purcellville to win the team championship. Loudoun Valley junior Ryan Hammer earned low medalist honors at the conference tourney for a second straight year.

Briar Woods places first at Conference 14 golf tournament

The Briar Woods Falcons shot a four-player total of 321 at 1757 Golf Club in Dulles to edge Tuscarora and Stone Bridge by one stroke for the team crown Sept. 21 at the Conference 14 golf tournament. Tuscarora freshman Michael Brennan shot a 1-under par round of 71 to claim low medalist honors.

Briar Woods sophomore Jewel Clark slammed four kills and produced two blocks Sept. 20 in a four-set victory against Stone Bridge.—File Photo/Rick Wasser

Loudoun’s Varsity Sports Rewind: Sept. 15-20 events

Briar Woods kept its unbeaten record intact with a 19-25, 25-22, 25-12, 25-22 win versus Stone Bridge in varsity volleyball Tuesday night in Ashburn. The Conference 14 showdown featured the last two Virginia 5A state champions - Stone Bridge in 2015 and Briar Woods in 2014. Look inside for submitted scores, stats and recaps from football, golf and volleyball.

Skyline Golf Invitational results

Loudoun Valley, Woodgrove and Loudoun County occupied spots two through four in the standings at the 15-team Skyline Golf Invitational. Jefferson Forest finished 13 strokes clear of the field to win the team title Sept. 13 at Shenandoah Valley Golf Club in Front Royal.

Stone Bridge Bulldogs volleyball team.—Courtesy Photo

Loudoun’s Varsity Sports Rewind: Sept. 7-10 games

Stone Bridge defeated host Rock Ridge 25-21, 27-25 in the final of the first annual Phoenix Volleyball Tournament on Saturday. The Bulldogs won four matches and tied one overall in the tournament. Look inside for submitted recaps from varsity volleyball, football and golf.

Loudoun’s Varsity Sports Rewind: Aug. 29 through Sept. 1 games

Heritage High School continued its impressive start to its inaugural field hockey season with a 7-0 victory against Loudoun Valley on Thursday night. The Pride are now 4-0 overall, outscoring their opponents by a combined margin of 22-0.

Ashburn youth Sihan Sandhu has quickly developed a taste for winning golf tournaments and has the talent to keep it going. Sandhu says his long-term goal “is to be a professional golfer.”—Courtesy Photo

10-year-old Sihan Sandhu is a force on the course

Sihan Sandhu is exceptionally good at golf, better than the overwhelming majority of people who ever swing a club. He's won events across the United States and over in Europe. He's won a full trophy case worth of regional invitationals. He doesn't play local tournaments much anymore, because if he did, he'd almost certainly win those, too.

Loudoun’s Fall Varsity Sports Rewind: Aug. 22-25 games

Briar Woods, Riverside and Tuscarora each won varsity volleyball matches Thursday night. Loudoun County, Stone Bridge and Woodgrove prevailed in field hockey, while Dominion and Stone Bridge won dual golf matches.

Loudoun’s Varsity Golf Rewind: Aug. 17-18 events

Dominion High School's Kelvin Shen (145) and Thomas Cook (150), and Loudoun County's Ryan Monastero (148) each produced top five individual finishers in a field of more than 100 golfers Aug. 17-18 at the Atomic Invitational. Broad Run, Riverside and Stone Bridge each won dual matches Thursday.

After helping South Mountain Community College win consecutive NJCAA Division 2 National Championships, Ryan Douglass is taking his golf skills to Arizona State University.—Courtesy Photo

Leesburg native prevails through adversity, earns spot on Arizona State golf team

Sometimes, as the saying goes, life knocks you down. Ryan Douglass just keeps getting back up. The 21-year-old Leesburg native has traveled across the United States in search of a golf career, and will take the next step this fall at Arizona State.


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