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Skylar Sload, shown here during a 2016 tournament, put together rounds of 76 and 75 at the 2017 VHSL Girls’ Open Championship.—Times-Mirror File Photo/Bill Clare

Golf: Sload places fifth at VHSL Girls’ Open

Briar Woods senior Skylar Sload shot a 36-hole total of 151 on Oct. 23-24 at Independence Golf Club in Midlothian to finish fifth at the Virginia High School League Girls' Open Championship. Carley Rudolf of First Colonial and Diana Domenech of Mills Godwin each shot 1-under par 143 to share co-champion honors.

The Heritage Pride swept the Woodgrove Wolverines on Tuesday night to extend their winning streak to 11 matches.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

Loudoun Varsity Sports Rewind: Oct. 12-17 games

Heritage and Stone Bridge high schools each won varsity field hockey games and volleyball matches Tuesday, while Woodgrove's Kelly Klimek shot 77 to place first in the Northern Virginia B Girls Golf Zone 4 Qualifier. Look inside for scores and submitted recaps.

Woodgrove’s golf team won district and regional tournament titles to earn a spot in the state tournament.—Courtesy Photo

Woodgrove places second, Briar Woods is third at state golf championships

The Woodgrove Wolverines capped a stellar season by placing second as a team in the Virginia High School League Class 4 State Golf Tournament. The Briar Woods Falcons finished third in the Class 5 team standings.

The Woodgrove Wolverines are 2017 Dulles District golf tournament champions.—Courtesy Photo

Woodgrove swings to Dulles District golf title

The Woodgrove Wolverines shot a four-player total of 294 to claim the team championship at the Class 4A Dulles District golf tournament, contested Sept. 19 at Algonkian Golf Course in Sterling. Woodgrove's Alex Price and Michael Thomas, and Loudoun Valley's Ryan Hammer tied for low score through 18 holes with matching rounds of 71. Price prevailed after two playoff holes to claim individual medalist honors.

The Broad Run Spartans are 2017 Potomac District golf tournament champions.—Courtesy Photo

Broad Run hoists district golf crown for first time

A clutch effort from a group of sophomores and freshmen led Broad Run to its first district golf tournament championship in the school's 49-year history Sept. 19 at South Riding Golf Club. The Spartans shot a four-player total of 303 to claim the eight-team Potomac District crown, while Tuscarora sophomore Michael Brennan shot 4-under par 68 to earn individual medalist honors.

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.

Michael Brennan produced impressive results on the golf course throughout the month of June.—Photo Courtesy/Virginia State Golf Association

Brennan’s drive has him on course

For a young golfer who's been honing his craft for years, June was quite a month. Lifelong Leesburg resident Michael Brennan, a rising sophomore at Tuscarora High School, toted his big bag of golf clubs from course to course throughout June. Running through a tough gauntlet, Brennan's name is now a bit better known in the golf world.

Joey McLister will tee it up in the 2017 Virginia State Golf Association Amateur Championship next week at The Club at Creighton Farms in Aldie.—Courtesy Photo

Pro turned amateur, McLister back into the swing

Translated literally from the French, the word "amateur" means "lover of [something]." That definition perfectly applies to Loudoun native Joey McLister, an amateur in - that is, a lover of - the game of golf. Though McLister is no ordinary amateur. From the time he graduated from the University of Delaware in 2007, until the time he switched to an office job in 2014, McLister's livelihood was earned by his skill on the links.

Bernhard Langer watches a shot in flight during one of his rounds at the Senior PGA Championships.—Times-Mirror/Art Pittman

Photos: Senior PGA Championship at Trump National

A field of 156 professional golfers tested their skills May 25-28 at Trump National Golf Club in Potomac Falls in the 2017 KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship. Bernhard Langer of Germany shot 18-under par for four rounds to collect his PGA Tour Champions record ninth major championship.

Bernhard Langer of Germany completed the PGA Tour Champions grand slam with his victory at the Senior PGA Championship on Sunday at Trump National.—Times-Mirror/Art Pittman

Langer makes history at Senior PGA Championship

Bernhard Langer holed a clutch 18-foot birdie putt on the 16th hole to edge 54-hole leader Vijay Singh by one shot to win the 78th KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship on Sunday at Trump National Golf Club in Potomac Falls. Langer (-18) collected his PGA Tour Champions record ninth major championship and completed the grand slam of having won each of the PGA Tour Champions’ five major championships.


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