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Hannah Jonely hoists the trophy at the Peggy Kirk Bell Girls’ Golf Tour’s 2017 Tournament of Champions.—Courtesy Photo

Jonely swings to prep division title at Tournament of Champions

Ashburn youth Hannah Jonely won the Prep Division title at the Peggy Kirk Bell Girls' Golf Tour's 2017 Tournament of Champions, contested Dec. 2-3 at Pinehurst Course No. 8 in North Carolina. A sophomore at Broad Run High School, Jonely produced rounds of 77 and 80 for a total of 13-over par 157.

Sporting Virginia 08 team members from left: Riley Nicholson, Sadie Peterson, Lily Stevens and Olivia Mason.—Courtesy Photo

Sporting Virginia wins national soccer event

A team of four girls from the Sporting Virginia Futsal Club won the 2008 U10 age division at the 3v3 Live Soccer National Championships, contested Nov. 25-26 in Nashville, Tenn. Sporting Virginia went 6-0 in the tournament, outscoring opponents from Ohio, Alabama, Tennessee and Illinois by a combined 53-8.

VXS 12U team from left: Coach Bruce Bilek, Chase Bilek, Julian Randolph, Jaden Boring, Coach Gant Randolph, Matthew Han, Julian Roberson, Mani Walker, Max Randolph, Riley Kotch, Russell Markell and Coach Jerome Roberson. Jonathan Kirchner is not pictured.—Courtesy Photo

Two Xtreme teams qualify for NFL Flag Championships

A pair of youth football teams from the Virginia Xtreme Sports organization have earned a chance to be crowned NFL FLAG National Champions. The national competition will be contested in January during Pro Bowl week at the ESPN Wide World of Sports complex in Orlando, Fla.

The Loudoun 4-H Canterlopes recently earned the High Point Drill Team Award in the Virginia State 4-H Horse Show Drill Team Competition at the Virginia State Fair.—Courtesy Photo

Canterlopes shine in state competitions

The Loudoun 4-H Canterlopes produced quality results at a pair of recent statewide competitions. Several members earned Reserve Champion in their respective divisions Sept. 14-17 at the Virginia State 4-H Championships Horse Show.

Garrett Batt won a gold medal in taekwondo at the 2017 Pan American Games. Batt outlasted 16-plus athletes in his division, defeating opponents from Puerto Rico, Argentina and Mexico.—Courtesy Photo

Batt takes his attack to the mat

At the age of 9, Garrett Batt tried out a new sport called taekwondo. He and his father, James, hoped it would help the young man find something to calm his emotions and achieve greater discipline. Along the way, he also found a Pan American gold medal, a spot on the U.S. Junior National Team - and that discipline and calmness he was looking for.

Tryouts and announcements: Sept. 26 listings

Dominion High School's volleyball team will host its fourth annual Military and First Responders Appreciation Night on Oct. 5; an information meeting for the Centurions homeschool wrestling team is Sept, 30; and team registration is open for the Central Maryland Soccer Association’s Inaugural Delmarva Soccer Cup.

HP Elite & Beyond 12U boys soccer team.—Courtesy Photo

A summer trip to remember for youth soccer teams

HP Elite & Beyond in Chantilly, through partnership with Loudoun Sports Center, Ecco Advisors and NGS Infonet Inc., sent two select teams on a competitive and cultural tour of Italy in July. A 12U boys team and a 15U girls team from HP Elite & Beyond competed in the San Marino Cup, the largest youth soccer tournament in Italy.
Chase Geter

Geter blazes track for gold

Local youth Chase Geter struck gold in the 100-meter dash in the boys 9-year-old division at the 2017 AAU Junior Olympic Games, contested July 31 through Aug. 5 at Eastern Michigan University. A member of The Mustangs Track Club, Geter posted a winning time of 13.1 seconds in the final.

CJR Martial Arts in Ashburn was well represented by its students at the 35th annual U.S. Capitol Classics/China Open.-Photo Courtesy/Guy Aceto

Team CJR racks up Martial Arts awards

Team CJR, representing CJR Martial Arts in Ashburn, joined thousands of competitors for the 35th annual U.S. Capitol Classics/China Open. The NASKA 6A Martial Arts tournament was contested Aug. 4-5 at the Gaylord National Convention Center in National Harbor, Md.

Ashburn Elite athletes and coaches at the AAU National Track & Field Championships.—Courtesy Photo

Local track athletes medal at nationals

Ashburn Elite athletes produced a strong showing at the AAU National Track & Field Championships, combining for seven medals. More than 5,000 youth athletes competed in the championships, contested July 7-15 at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Florida.


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