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The Loudoun Inferno 14U Black softball team.—Courtesy Photo

Loudoun Inferno sizzle on softball diamond

The Loudoun Inferno 14U Black team won the USSSA Virginia Stingrays Spring Classic Open Division title May 6-7. The Inferno, whose roster includes players from across Loudoun County, combined power at the plate with stellar team defense to produce a 5-0 record, outscoring their opponents 41-21.

Broad Run’s men’s novice eight team of Kevin McDonald, Matthew Dumm, Tyler Van Burk, Chris Korrie, Adam Love, Tim Haynal, Bret Bailey, Christian Malone and coxswain Helen Riordan placed fourth May 6 at the Virginia Scholastic Rowing Championships.—Courtesy Photo

Crew teams make mark at state level

Boats from Briar Woods, Broad Run, Rock Ridge and Stone Bridge high schools placed in multiple events at the 2017 Virginia Scholastic Rowing Championships, contested on the Occoquan Reservoir at Sandy Run Regional Park. The event was held on consecutive Saturdays, with lower division boats hitting the water May 6 and upper division boats competing May 13.

Youth travel football programs merge to form Evergreen Hammers

Evergreen Lions Football has merged with the Dulles Patriots football program to form the Evergreen Hammers Youth Football Association. The merger unifies the two fall-based youth travel football programs in Loudoun County.

Majest Martial Arts at the 2017 Virginia State Taekwondo Championships.—Courtesy Photo

Local martial artists strike gold at state championships

Athletes from Majest Martial Arts in Sterling combined to win 17 gold medals in 12 events at the 2017 Virginia State Taekwondo Championships, contested April 29 at Carl Sandberg Middle School in Alexandria.

Andrew Dale is aiming to earn a spot in the 2017 US Open Junior Tennis Championships.—Photo Courtesy/Pat Mitsch, USTA

Leesburg youth qualifies for junior national tennis team

Leesburg resident Andrew Dale is one of eight youth players to qualify for the 2017 Team USA National Junior Team, a program designed to give top players, born in 2001 or 2002, opportunities to train together in the summer and travel to play against junior competition from around the world.

Tryouts and Announcements: May 3 listings

Leesburg Football Club is moving to Morven Park and will hold tryouts in May. Look inside for more details, along with baseball, volleyball, tennis, football and ice hockey listings.

The Western Loudoun Volleyball Club U14 Wildcats.—Courtesy Photo

Wildcats strike gold on volleyball court

The Western Loudoun Volleyball Club U14 Wildcats went undefeated in pool play and won a pair of three-set matches in the semifinals and final to claim the championship at the Maryland Juniors 14s Tournament, April 22 in Jessup, Md. This was the third gold medal for the Wildcats during the current club season.

USSSA Angels 4 Autism Tournament set for Loudoun this weekend

The United States Specialty Sports Association is hosting Autism Awareness softball tournaments throughout the nation during the month of April. Potomack Lakes Sportsplex in Sterling and Philip A. Bolen Memorial Park in Leesburg will host tournaments April 21-22.

Evergreen Lions to hold player evaluations Sunday

Evergreen Lions Travel Football will conduct player evaluations (Under-9 through rising eighth graders) for the 2017 tackle football season April 23, 4-6 p.m. on field No. 3 at CroppMetcalfe Park at Evergreen Sportsplex.

The Northern Virginia Volleyball Association 13-1 Select team.—Courtesy Photo

NVVA 13-1 Select nets gold volleyball title

The Northern Virginia Volleyball Association 13-1 Select team won the gold bracket in the 13s Mixed (Open and Club) division at the Irish Rumble, contested March 11-12 in Pennsylvania. Head coach Meghan Dudley praised her team's performance: "Irish Rumble was such a great tournament. 13-1 Select went undefeated all weekend and finished first in the gold bracket, beating Metro in 3."

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