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    Youth Sports
    Good news Bears swish fifth-grade championship
    The Bears are fifth-grade champions of the Western Loudoun Basketball League. The youth boys' basketball team is coached by Scott Carpenter and Lance Rice.
    APEX qualifies 18 gymnasts for regionals
    Led by Level 9 state vault champion Ashley Spangler, APEX Gymnastics qualified 18 gymnasts for regional competition following stellar performances March 28-29 at the Level 8 and 9 State Championships.
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    Potomac Rapids ride wave of success to field hockey crown
    The U12 Potomac Rapids indoor field hockey team went undefeated through five games to win the National Indoor Tournament, contested Feb. 27 through March 1 in Manheim, Pa.
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    Check out these opportunities among sports teams and camps.
    Local teen skis to slalom state championship
    Upperville resident Bianca Klepper won the Maine State Giant Slalom Championship for the under 14 age division March 1.

    LoCo for Field Hockey began its crusade to get field hockey added as an official varsity and junior varsity high school sport in Loudoun in December with its application presentation to the School Board.—Courtesy photo

    Field hockey in Loudoun high schools could initiate new self-funding policy for sports
    High school field hockey could be an official sport in Loudoun high schools by fall 2016 after staff recommended the move in a March 3 Legislation and Policy Committee meeting.

    Stone Bridge players rejoice following an 11-1 victory against Broad Run. The Bulldogs will carry an undefeated record into Friday’s championship game versus Bishop O’Connell.—Photo Courtesy/Elliott Root

    Stone Bridge cruises past Broad Run in hockey semifinals
    The Stone Bridge Bulldogs are headed back to the Northern Virginia Scholastic Hockey League championship game following an 11-1 victory against Ashburn rival Broad Run in the semifinals Feb. 25 at the Ashburn Ice House.
    NVVA Loudoun Black nets four gold medals
    The NVVA Loudoun Black 15U team struck gold at four consecutive volleyball tournaments - AAU Commonwealth, Monument Classic, NVVA 15s Volley Like a Rock Star and NVVA 15s Open Invite - from Jan. 11 through Feb. 1.

    Kylie Jordan capped an outstanding junior season for The Madeira School by winning two individual and one relay title at the Virginia Independent Schools Athletic Association state meet.—Photo Courtesy/The Madeira School

    Jordan has the stroke for success
    For Kylie Jordan, swimming is about much more than where you finish in a particular race. It's about camaraderie with teammates, fellow swimmers and coaches, striving to do your best and those special occasions when you look up at the clock after a race to see a fulfilling time.
    WLVBC Blitz claim silver in volleyball event
    The Western Loudoun Volleyball Club 16 Blitz placed second in the 'Volley Like a Rock Star' single-day tournament Jan. 18 at Belmont Ridge Middle School in Ashburn.


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