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Caitlyn de la Haba

Broad Run alum to coach Lafayette softball

Nearly a decade ago, Caitlyn de la Haba was busy dominating the varsity softball landscape as an ace pitcher for the Broad Run Spartans. She twice earned Gatorade Virginia Player of the Year honors and helped Broad Run finish the 2008 season as the nation's No. 1 ranked prep team, according to USA Today. A stellar four-year playing career at Villanova University was followed by assistant coaching stints at Villanova, Lehigh and George Mason.

The Kong’s Taekwondo Demonstration Team from Majest Martial Arts.—Courtesy Photo

Kong’s team places first at National Taekwondo Championships

The Kong's Taekwondo Demonstration Team from Majest Martial Arts in Stone Ridge placed first at the 2017 National Taekwondo Championships. The event - contested June 29 through July 6 at the Cobo Center in Michigan - featured more than 3,500 athletes.

Andrue Hughart delivered a quality start in Purcellville’s 2-1 home victory against Front Royal.—Times-Mirror/Mike Walgren

Purcellville Cannons halt losing skid, clinch playoff berth

A strong start by Andrue Hughart helped the Purcellville Cannons snap a four-game losing streak and secure a spot in the Valley Baseball League playoffs Friday evening at Fireman's Field. Hughart limited Front Royal to one run in six-plus innings and Tom Sutera closed the door for the save in the Cannons' 2-1 home victory.

Ashburn Elite Track Club athletes and coaches.—Courtesy Photo

Ashburn Elite athletes qualify for Junior Olympics

Ashburn Elite Track Club produced a strong showing at the Virginia State Championship and AAU Junior Olympic Qualifier, June 23-25 in Gloucester.

The Beamers and the Royal Challengers squared off July 16 in a Loudoun County Cricket League game at Bolen Park in Leesburg.—Times-Mirror/Buzz Covington

Cricket bowls over Loudoun’s sports fields

Team captain and Ashburn resident Tapan Gupta took a good whack at the hard tennis ball as it ricocheted crazily off the ground, sending it flying back where it came from. It eluded scrambling fielders long enough for Gupta to race up and down the pitch, scoring two runs and winning the league's Division I championship.
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Bruce McBarnette

Loudoun high jumper wins USA Masters title

Sterling resident Bruce McBarnette added to his long list of national championships at the 2017 USA Masters Track and Field Championships. McBarnette cleared 5-feet, 7-inches to win the high jump title for men ages 55-plus July 13 at Louisiana State University.

Trace McSorley

McSorley draws recognition as college football season nears

Penn State junior quarterback Trace McSorley has been named to a pair of watch lists ahead of the 2017 season. The Briar Woods High School alum is a candidate for the Maxwell Award (National Player of the Year) and the Wuerffel Trophy, considered college football's premier award for community service.

Grace Theurich and pony Deep Blue Sea.—Courtesy Photo

Theurich rides Deep Blue Sea to Children’s Pony Medal final crown

Broadlands youth Grace Theurich won the 2017 VHSA/EMO Children's Pony Medal final at the 98th annual Warrenton Pony Show, contested June 30 in Warrenton. Theurich rode Cavallo Farm pony Deep Blue Sea to win the finals among a field of 17 riders.

The Loudoun South National All-Star team.—Courtesy Photo

Loudoun South National tops diamond charts

The Loudoun South National League All-Star team recently won the District 16 championship in the ages 8-10 division. Following an early loss, Loudoun South National worked through the loser's bracket to reach the championship game.

Andersen Vaughan has secured her college plans prior to her senior season at Loudoun County High School.—Courtesy Photo

Raiders’ Vaughan set to play volleyball for Albany

Loudoun County High School rising senior Andersen Vaughan has committed to attend and play NCAA Division I volleyball at the University at Albany in New York, beginning in the fall of 2018. Vaughan was the lone junior to earn first-team All-State honors in 2016 after helping Loudoun County win its ninth state championship in the last 10 years.

A 2015 Virginia Gatorade Player of the Year at Potomac Falls High School, Holly Carlton will take the court for the United States in the 2017 FIVB Volleyball Women’s U20 World Championship.—File Photo

Potomac Falls alum Carlton to volley in Women’s U20 World Championship

Holly Carlton has earned a spot on the U.S. Women’s Junior National Team for the 2017 FIVB Volleyball Women’s U20 World Championship. The Potomac Falls High School alum is part of USA Volleyball's 12-player roster for the 16-team tournament being contested July 14-23 in Mexico.

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.

The Greater Loudoun Babe Ruth 15U team.—Photo Courtesy/Robert Nelson

Greater Loudoun wins District 9 crown

The Greater Loudoun Babe Ruth 15U team swept Summit Point (W. Va.) in a best two-of-three championship series to win the Virginia District 9 title and earn a spot in the state tournament.

A group of Loudoun International Fencing Club competitors and coaches.—Courtesy Photo

Loudoun fencers compete in national championships

Loudoun International Fencing Club qualified 21 fencers in at least one event for the 2017 National Fencing Championships & July Challenge, held July 1-10 in Salt Lake City, Utah.

J.B. Bukauskas is officially a member of the Houston Astros organization.—Photo Courtesy/UNC athletics

Ashburn ace J.B. Bukauskas signs with Houston Astros

Stone Bridge High School alum J.B. Bukauskas has agreed to a contract with the Houston Astros, the Major League Baseball organization that drafted him with the 15th overall pick in the 2017 draft. The 20-year-old right-handed pitcher reportedly received a $3.6 million signing bonus.
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