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    Postseason basketball: Region tournament schedule
    Fri., Feb. 27 | 08:35 AM - Briar Woods, Broad Run, John Champe, Loudoun Valley, Stone Bridge and Woodgrove boys, and Freedom, John Champe, Loudoun County, Loudoun Valley, Potomac Falls and Tuscarora girls have advanced to region basketball tournaments at the 5A, 4A or 3A classifications.
    All-Conference 14 basketball teams
    Thu., Feb. 26 | 08:36 AM - Stone Bridge senior Jason Jolly and Broad Run junior Mariah Leonard have garnered Player of the Year honors on the 5A All-Conference 14 boys' and girls' basketball teams.
    Foxcroft School breaks through for first hoops crown
    Wed., Feb. 25 | 01:40 PM - Foxcroft School doubled up Randolph-Macon Academy 48-24 in the Delaney Athletic Conference Division II championship game Feb. 20 to earn its first basketball title.
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    5A Conference 14 basketball tournament
    Tue., Feb. 24 | 10:02 AM - Top seeds Stone Bridge (boys) and Tuscarora (girls) won 5A Conference 14 basketball tournament championship games Feb. 23 at Freedom High School in South Riding.
    3A Conference 28 basketball tournament
    Sat., Feb. 21 | 08:42 AM - Loudoun Valley and host John Champe squared off in both the boys' and girls' championship games of the 3A Conference 28 basketball tournament Feb. 20. Valley prevailed in the girls' final and Champe claimed the boys' title.
    4A Conference 21 basketball tournament
    Sat., Feb. 21 | 08:09 AM - Loudoun County (girls) and Woodgrove (boys) prevailed in 4A Conference 21 basketball tournament championship games Feb. 20. The Raiders won the girls' title as the No. 2 seed and the Wolverines claimed the boys' crown as the No. 3 seed.
    Friday’s updated postseason schedule
    Fri., Feb. 20 | 02:40 PM - Virginia High School League state swimming, wrestling and gymnastics meets highlight Friday's full slate of varsity athletic events. Conference 21 and Conference 28 basketball tournament championship games are also set for tonight.

    Woodgrove High School senior Kylee Miller has not allowed the effects of a dysautonomic disorder called Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome stop her from playing the sport she is most passionate about.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

    Miller flourishes on court despite disorder
    Wed., Feb. 18 | 10:43 AM - Toughness is a concept that comes up often in sports. To endure hardship, battle through adversity and persevere when quitting would be easy, that's tough.

    Loudoun County senior Quad Borup elevates for a layup against Dominion in the quarterfinals of the Group 4A Conference 21 boys’ basketball tournament. Borup scored a game-high 22 points in the Raiders’ 61-55 victory.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

    Raiders boys, girls advance in conference tourney
    Sat., Feb. 14 | 01:31 AM - The Loudoun County Raiders tipped off their basketball postseason in winning fashion, sweeping quarterfinal round games Feb. 13 as the 4A Conference 21 boys' and girls' tournaments got underway.
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    Woodgrove junior forward Prakash Ellis rises for a shot in the first half of a Conference 21 tournament quarterfinal game against James Wood. Ellis scored 11 points in the host Wolverines’ 58-43 victory Feb. 13 in Purcellville.—Times-Mirror/Carl Lukat

    Woodgrove surges past James Wood in postseason opener
    Sat., Feb. 14 | 12:49 AM - The Woodgrove Wolverines overcame a sluggish start with an impressive showing on both ends of the court during the final three quarters of play to defeat James Wood 58-43 in the 4A Conference 21 boys' basketball tournament quarterfinals Feb. 13 in Purcellville.
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    The Woodgrove Wolverines closed the regular season with a 60-44 victory against Rock Ridge to earn a share of the Dulles District boys’ basketball title.—Courtesy Photo

    Varsity Basketball Rewind: Feb. 9-12 games
    Fri., Feb. 13 | 09:36 AM - Briar Woods, Potomac Falls and Stone Bridge boys, and Broad Run, Freedom and Tuscarora girls each closed out the Conference 14 regular season with wins Thursday night.

    Broad Run High School junior Mariah Leonard fills the stat sheet in many ways, highlighted by her program-record career scoring total.—Times-Mirror/Carl Lukat

    Leonard shoots to top of Broad Run’s scoring chart
    Tue., Feb. 10 | 01:05 PM - Mariah Leonard is good at basketball, really good. The junior forward needed less than three varsity seasons to become Broad Run High School's career scoring leader.
    Varsity rewind: Feb. 5-7 events
    Mon., Feb. 9 | 10:29 AM - Broad Run High School won the 5A Conference 14 wrestling championship on Friday evening. Woodgrove High School followed suit by claiming the 4A Conference 21 wrestling championship on Saturday.

    Corey Stitzel is thoroughly enjoying his first season at Stone Bridge after 13 years as a collegiate coach. “It’s been fun because I’ve never seen a group of kids that want so badly to get better, to make Stone Bridge High School a tradition in boys’ basketball.”—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

    Former college coach has Stone Bridge reaching new heights
    Tue., Feb. 3 | 04:37 PM - Stone Bridge coach Corey Stitzel has done a few things in the game of basketball. He played four years in high school, two more in college, then 13 years as a collegiate coach at three levels before taking over the Bulldogs' program for this season.

    John Champe junior Clara Novalis puts up a shot with Loudoun Valley junior Lindsey Sweet defending. Novalis scored 11 of her 13 points in the first half to help the Knights build a 24-18 halftime lead.—Times-Mirror/Carl Lukat

    Champe stands tall in showdown against Valley
    Tue., Feb. 3 | 12:08 PM - Third-year John Champe High School entered its 3A Conference 28 girls' basketball showdown Jan. 30 against Loudoun Valley with a clear focus.
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    Junior Nick Barnes scored 17 points to help Stone Bridge defeat Potomac Falls 68-61 on Jan. 31 in Sterling.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

    Stone Bridge tops Potomac Falls to push win streak to 14
    Sun., Feb. 1 | 01:02 PM - The last time Stone Bridge High School lost a varsity boys' basketball game, there was almost a month remaining in 2014. Now it's a month into 2015 and the Bulldogs are riding a 14-game winning streak, added to most recently with a 68-61 triumph over host Potomac Falls on Jan. 31 in Sterling.
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    Varsity Rewind: Jan. 28 events
    Thu., Jan. 29 | 09:05 AM - Woodgrove High School wrestling improves to 19-0 in dual meets, Stone Bridge boys' basketball wins its 12th straight game and Tuscarora gymnastics concludes a strong regular season by winning a six-team meet at Rock Ridge to highlight Wednesday's varsity action.
    Varsity Basketball Rewind: Jan. 22 games
    Sat., Jan. 24 | 09:42 AM - Loudoun County and Tuscarora high schools each won boys and girls varsity games Thursday evening. Heritage boys, Stone Bridge boys, Park View girls and Broad Run girls also earned victories.

    Broad Run junior Jaleel Robinson fends off Tuscarora sophomore Tique Yarbrough and junior George Cross Jan. 16 in Leesburg as the Spartans outlasted the Huskies, 74-72.Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

    Broad Run carries gridiron success onto court
    Thu., Jan. 22 | 02:04 PM - The starting lineup for the Broad Run Spartans hasn't changed much from fall to winter – and neither have the results.

    Junior Chloe Roach drives to the basket for a layup during the second half of Tuscarora’s 60-51 victory against Broad Run. Roach paced the Huskies with 16 points.—Times-Mirror/Carl Lukat

    Huskies find their groove in second half, top Spartans 60-51
    Wed., Jan. 21 | 09:12 AM - Tuscarora High School coach Michael Newkirk did not make any halftime adjustments after his normally high-octane squad was limited to 17 points in the first half Jan. 16 against Broad Run.


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