Aldie Senators playing .500 baseball through eight games
Sun., Jun. 16 | 10:43 AM - The Aldie Senators are off to a 4-4 start in their first season of playing in Loudoun County. The Senators are one of 12 teams in the NCAA sanctioned Valley Baseball League.
Region II baseball, soccer and softball tournaments
Fri., May. 31 | 11:34 PM - The Briar Woods Falcons (boys soccer, girls soccer) and the Woodgrove Wolverines (softball) claimed Group AA Region II championships May 31.
Northern Region baseball, soccer and softball tournaments
Fri., May. 31 | 11:06 PM - Stone Bridge High School's softball team continued their stellar season with a 4-0 victory over Madison in the AAA Northern Region championship game May 31. The Bulldogs added a region title to their Liberty District tournament championship.
Northwest Region baseball, soccer and softball tournaments
Fri., May. 31 | 10:39 PM - Forest Park defeated Broad Run 5-4 in the Group AAA Northwest Region boys soccer championship game May 31. The Spartans still advance to the state tournament as region finalists.
Bowman shuts out Panthers to lead Wolverines to state playoff berth
The Woodgrove Wolverines celebrate after recording the final out in a 2-0 victory over host Potomac Falls in the Region II baseball semifinals May 30 in Sterling.—Times-Mirror Photo/Owen Gotimer
Fri., May. 31 | 01:15 AM - Following a come from behind victory May 28 at Monticello, the Woodgrove Wolverines returned to Loudoun May 30 to knock off Dulles District champion Potomac Falls, 2-0, in the Region II baseball semifinals. The Wolverines secured their first-ever state tournament bid with the road victory.
Aldie Senators ready to play ball
Wed., May. 29 | 09:09 AM - The Aldie Senators will play its inaugural home opener May 31 at John Champe High School. The Senators - formerly the Haymarket Senators - are one of 12 teams in the Valley Baseball League, an NCAA-sanctioned collegiate summer league.
White’s perfection not enough as Vikings fall in extra innings
Wed., May. 29 | 06:47 AM - Loudoun Valley High School senior Danny White was perfect in the final start of his prep career May 28 against host Sherando in the Virginia AA Region II baseball quarterfinals.
Leesburg Christian repeats as baseball, girls soccer champs
Tue., May. 28 | 02:03 PM - Leesburg Christian School capped a strong spring sports season by winning Old Dominion Association of Church Schools state championships in baseball and girls soccer May 17-18.
Dulles District baseball, soccer and softball tournaments
Sat., May. 25 | 02:52 PM - Potomac Falls (baseball), Tuscarora (boys soccer) and Woodgrove (softball, girls soccer) high schools each won AA Dulles District tournament championships.
Panthers prevail over Pride, win third district title in five years
The Potomac Falls Panthers followed up their Dulles District regular-season championship by winning the district’s tournament title.—Times-Mirror Photo/Owen Gotimer
Sat., May. 25 | 09:28 AM - Potomac Falls High School starting pitcher Zachary Engelmann went four-and-two-thirds innings, allowing just one run, to pick up the win in the Panthers' 4-3 victory over the Heritage Pride in the Dulles District baseball tournament championship game May 24 in Sterling.
All-Dulles District baseball team
Tue., May. 21 | 02:42 PM - Potomac Falls High School senior shortstop Brandon Orbe was voted Player of the Year on the All-Dulles District baseball team. Woodgrove's Brad Bauder garnered Coach of the Year honors. Look inside for full selections.
Liberty District baseball, soccer, softball tournaments
Tue., May. 21 | 12:56 PM - Stone Bridge High School claimed AAA Liberty District tournament championships in softball and girls soccer. The Bulldogs also won a pair of games in the district baseball tournament to claim a spot in the Northern Region tournament.
Cedar Run District baseball, soccer and softball tournaments
Sat., May. 18 | 09:30 AM - Broad Run High School played in three Cedar Run District tournament championship games May 17, prevailing in the boys soccer final at home. The Spartans defeated Freedom in the baseball consolation game to earn a region bid.
Varsity Rewind: May 7-14 games
Senior Ashlyn DiLoreto and the Loudoun Valley Vikings will face the Woodgrove Wolverines in the Dulles District girls lacrosse tournament championship game May 15.—Photo Courtesy/John Ashworth
Wed., May. 15 | 11:16 AM - Briar Woods defeated Dominion, 1-0, in girls soccer May 14 to claim the AA Dulles District regular-season championship. Potomac Falls baseball, Woodgrove softball and Tuscarora boys soccer have already clinched Dulles District season titles.
All-Cedar Run District baseball team
Tue., May. 14 | 11:44 AM - Freedom High School senior outfielder Zach Newell and Broad Run senior catcher/utility player Joe Delahaba have earned first-team selection on the All-Cedar Run District baseball team. Look inside for full team.
Bulldogs’ Bukauskas is dominant in final regular season start
Tue., May. 14 | 10:43 AM - Stone Bridge High School sophomore JB Bukauskas closed out the regular season with another dominant pitching performance in the Bulldogs' 1-0 home win against Marshall May 10.
Hopeck, Pride deal Panthers a rare loss
Heritage High School baseball players break from a team huddle following their 1-0 victory against Dulles District leader Potomac Falls on May 3.—Times-Mirror Staff Photo/Beverly Denny
Tue., May. 7 | 01:27 PM - The Heritage Pride pushed across a solo run in the second inning and junior pitcher Zack Hopeck made the lead stand in a 1-0 baseball win against the Potomac Falls Panthers on a chilly May 3 evening in Leesburg.
Vikings top rival Wolverines for ninth straight victory
Tue., Apr. 30 | 01:33 PM - Success was fickle and fleeting for Loudoun Valley High School's baseball team early this spring. The Vikings won the first three games of the season, only to turn around and drop the next three in order.
Baseball: Powell, Kennedy drive Spartans past Eagles
Wed., Apr. 24 | 02:39 PM - Off the bat, Michael Kennedy's looping fly ball down the left field line looked like either a foul ball or an out waiting to happen.
Spotlight Athlete: Panther senior James Pearson
Senior James Pearson made history April 16 when he pitched the first perfect game in the history of the Potomac Falls High School baseball program.—Times-Mirror Staff Photo/Beverly Denny
Tue., Apr. 23 | 03:23 PM - Potomac Falls High School, under the direction of coach Joe Terango, has become a perennial powerhouse. The Panthers have reached the state tournament three times in the past five years and despite losing seven seniors, including six starters, are continuing to roll.