The Brambleton Bettas hosted the Broadlands Piranhas in an Old Dominion Swim League meet on Saturday morning. Brambleton and Broadlands are two of 31 ODSL teams located across Loudoun County.
Dominion, Heritage, Loudoun County, Loudoun Valley, Park View, Riverside and Woodgrove high schools are represented on the 2019 Virginia High School League Class 4 all-state baseball, lacrosse, soccer and softball teams.
A combined team from Rock Ridge, Heritage and Freedom high schools won the varsity division and Riverside High School claimed the junior varsity division title at the spring Loudoun County High School Hockey League Championships, contested at Ashburn Ice House.
Following playoff appearances in each of their first three Valley Baseball League seasons in Loudoun, the Purcellville Cannons will need to overcome a slow start to return to the postseason this summer.
The Stone Bridge Bulldogs won the state championship game the same way they’d taken many of their 25 victories this season - with an explosion of offense that swung a close contest into a decisive blowout.
The Riverside Rams displayed the grit that allowed them to turn an 0-5 start to the 2019 season into a spot in the state championship game throughout Friday's Virginia Class 4 state baseball final against Lafayette at Kiwanis Field in Salem.
The Woodgrove Wolverines displayed the ability to win close games throughout the postseason on their way to earning a familiar spot in the Virginia Class 4 state softball championship game.
Loudoun County High School's 2019 Hall of Fame class includes longtime administrator Bill Oblas and former student-athletes Katie Baldwin, Jack Barrett, Dennis Duff, Brian Fixx, Joe Hembrook, Nancy McBride, Morgan Petkovich and James Wynn.
The Riverside Rams (baseball), the Woodgrove Wolverines (softball) and the Stone Bridge Bulldogs (softball) each won Virginia High School League state semifinal games Thursday to punch their tickets to Friday's state finals.
Riverside High School's boys' lacrosse program has only existed for four seasons but they’ve won state championships in half of them. The Rams claimed their second in a 12-4 rout Saturday over E.C. Glass at Salem High School.
The Freedom Eagles defended their state title of a year ago by winning it all again, edging Atlee 11-10 in the VHSL Class 5 girls lacrosse championship Saturday at Douglas Freeman High School in Henrico.
Despite entering the Virginia Class 5 boys' lacrosse championship game undefeated with an average margin of victory of more than 10 goals per game, Briar Woods head coach Marty Young knew his team would face a stern challenge from Region 5B champion Atlee.