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Tryouts and Announcements: June 29 listings

FCV United Premier - a rising U14 girls' soccer team - will hold tryouts during summer training sessions. Look inside for more details, along with softball, football, field hockey, volleyball, track and field and umpire listings.

Tryouts and Announcements: May 24 listings

Lower Loudoun Boys Football is registering players and accepting coaching applications for the fall football and cheer season. Look inside for football, soccer, softball and baseball listings.

Jamaican gymnasts pose with their coaches after a recent practice session at G-Force Gymnastics in Ashburn.—Times-Mirror/Andrew Gillis

Jamaican gymnasts train locally with Olympic focus

Sometimes the world is a small place. And for five Jamaican gymnasts, that’s given them a chance at something that might have been previously unattainable. For Jamin Levy, 20, Daniel Williams, 19, Kaela Kay Yen, 12, Dantella Richards, 11, and Giselle Thomas, 11, the opportunity of a lifetime has knocked at the doors of G-Force Gymnastics in Ashburn.

Skyler earns invite to prestigious lacrosse camp

Loudoun County High School junior Connor Skyler has been selected to attend the Nike Blue Chip Lacrosse Camp for rising seniors this summer. Skyler will also represent Virginia North in the 2016 Brine National Pride of Virginia Games for a second consecutive year.

The 3d Mid-Atlantic 2021 Lacrosse team is headed to Colorado this summer for the World Series of Youth Lacrosse.—Courtesy Photo

3d team punches ticket for World Series of Youth Lacrosse

The 3d Mid-Atlantic 2021 Lacrosse team earned a spot through a South Regional qualifier to compete in the 2016 World Series of Youth Lacrosse, set for July 2-4 in Colorado. The team consists of players from Northern Virginia, including several from Loudoun.
Cam Serigne

Loudoun Football Notebook

Briar Woods High School alums Cam Serigne (Wake Forest) and Trace McSorley (Penn State) are college standouts; four local youth leagues partner to form Loudoun Youth Football Association; Virginia High School League endorses Heads Up program; and Dulles Patriots youth organization holding early bird registration.

Potomac Nationals mascot Uncle Slam shakes hands with players during Central Loudoun Little League’s opening ceremony.—Photo Courtesy/Carol Taylor

CLLL celebrates the start of Little League season

Central Loudoun Little League held its Opening Ceremony to celebrate the beginning of the spring season April 9 at Riverside High School in Leesburg. Leesburg Mayor Dave Butler kicked off the festivities and former Major League Baseball pitcher Shawn Camp delivered the keynote address.
Kuony Deng

Loudoun Sports Notebook

John Champe senior Kuony Deng is the VHSL 4A Player of the Year in boys' basketball; Loudoun Soccer's John O'Hara joins U.S. Soccer coaching staff; Broad Run alum Desiree Razon is one of top women's golfers at Saint Francis; Leesburg youth wins golf title; Foxcroft senior Charlotte Scharfenberg runs second at Cherry Blossom event; VHSL hires Dr. John “Billy” Haun as its next executive director; and a “How to Run a Charity Golf Tournament” seminar is April 28 at Lansdowne Resort.

Tryouts and Announcements: April 6 listings

Lower Loudoun Boys Football is registering players and accepting coaching applications for the fall football and cheer season. Look inside for football, baseball, basketball and softball listings.

The Loudoun Patriots won the East Coast Homeschool Basketball Championship for the first time in 2016.—Courtesy Photo

Loudoun Patriots swish homeschool basketball title

The Loudoun Patriots, a homeschool varsity basketball team based in Purcellville, won the boys' title at the East Coast Homeschool Basketball Championships March 18 at Liberty University in Lynchburg.

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