Broad Run, Loudoun Valley and Tuscarora each advanced in the Region 4C playoffs, while Briar Woods and Potomac Falls both won first-round Region 5C playoff games.
Several Loudoun varsity teams and student-athletes will compete in cross-country, field hockey, football and volleyball at the state or regional level this weekend.
Jared Gerbino rushed for 97 yards and two touchdowns as Dartmouth beat Princeton 27-10 on Saturday in a matchup of Ivy League unbeatens at Yankee Stadium.
It’s already been a remarkable season for Dartmouth College football. The Big Green is 8-0, leading the Ivy League, and ranked No. 9 for Week 11 of the Football Championship Subdivision season.
The Independence Tigers are headed to the varsity football playoffs in their inaugural season. Independence will take Warren County's spot as the No. 8 seed in the Region 3B playoffs.
The Tuscarora Huskies will enter the postseason with plenty of momentum following a 42-6 victory over the Dominion Titans in a Dulles District football game Thursday night at Fortune Field in Leesburg.
After field hockey and volleyball playoffs took center stage Thursday, football dominated the varsity landscape Friday night with 13 Loudoun teams playing their regular season finales.
Loudoun County High School senior Olivia Mallow is the Player of the Year on the 2019 All-Dulles District volleyball team. John Senchak of the Raiders is the Coach of the Year.
The Freedom Eagles and the Loudoun Valley Vikings swept team titles at their respective regional cross-country meets, while the John Champe Knights raced to the girls' team crown at the Region 6B meet.
The final week of the regular season kicks off Thursday night with Tuscarora hosting Dominion in a Dulles District game. Seven games featuring Loudoun teams are scheduled for Friday.
The Virginia High School League released their latest football power ratings Monday. With only one week remaining in the regular season, a strong contingent of Loudoun teams are in solid position to qualify for the postseason.
The host Tuscarora Huskies built a 14-0 halftime lead and pulled away in the second half for a 35-0 win over the Loudoun Valley Vikings in a Dulles District football game Nov. 1 at Fortune Field in Leesburg.