Tuscarora High School senior Michael Brennan is the Virginia State Golf Association 2019 Men’s Golfer of the Year and Junior Boys’ Golfer of the Year. Brennan is the first player in VSGA history to earn both awards in the same year.
Two years ago, the first time Abby Cole competed in the Children’s Hunter Championship equestrian competition at the Washington International Horse Show, she and her horse didn’t even make it around the course once.
Bethany Graham raced to a 20th place finish in the girls' 5K race at the 41st annual Foot Locker Cross Country Championships National Finals on Dec. 14 at Balboa Park in San Diego.
Team Virginia entered the 32-team Football University National Championship as a longshot to advance through their regional tournament that included Team Maryland, one of the top ranked teams in the nation.
Ashburn teen Moriah McDonald played a key role in leading The Potomac School's girls' tennis team to a Virginia Independent Schools Athletic Association Division I State Championship in November.
Jake Waltman, a sophomore at John Champe High School, overcame damage to his No. 6 Glory Days Grill/Chad Kasperowski, DMD, FAGD/Zaxby's Legend car to earn a top 10 finish at the 2019 INEX/US Legends Asphalt National Championship.
Michael Brennan fits the definition of amateur golf. He loves the sport so much, he devotes as many as eight hours each day to perfecting it enough to one day earn his living by it.
Michaela Joyce of Sterling maintained her No. 1 position for the Cadet division (ages 17 and under) in the race to earn a spot on the USA Fencing World Championship Team following her strong finish at the 2019 October North American Cup.
Everyone is welcome to reach the Top Of the Podium. That’s the message founder and president Tom Houck brings as his five-year-old non-profit opens an amenity-filled five-mat wrestling facility in Sterling.
Team LoCo Motion, a Scholastic Action Shooting Program team, recently participated in the State Games of America, an Olympic-style competition that drew approximately 11,000 athletes from 49 states to Liberty University in Lynchburg.
It was a major league celebration for Loudoun County's Little Leaguers in South Riding on Sept. 14. Hundreds in the community came out for a parade honoring the local Little League teams, including the 11-12 Lower Loudoun squad that cruised all the way to the famed Little League World Series…