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    BRIAR WOODS FALCONS

    Allison Brennan powers her way past the field in the 1,600-meter run April 17 at the Wolverine Classic Track Invitational. Brennan and her Briar Woods teammates produced the best team finish on the girls’ side.—Times-Mirror/Doug Stroud

    Briar Woods runs to girls’ title at Wolverine Classic Track Invitational
    Briar Woods High School racked up 80 points to win the girls' team championship at the Wolverine Classic Track Invitational, contested April 17 at Woodgrove High School. Fauquier claimed the boys' crown with 88.5 points.
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    Briar Woods soccer trio to play collegiately
    Three members of the Briar Woods High School boys' soccer program have committed to continue their soccer careers in college.
    Briar Woods soccer standout to play for Emory University
    Briar Woods High School held a college signing ceremony in February for senior Nikki Batt, a starter on defense for the Falcon girls' soccer team since her freshman year.

    The Loudoun County Raiders defeated Chancellor 51-31 on Wednesday night in the 4A North Region semifinals to advance to the region championship and secure a spot in the state tournament.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

    Postseason basketball: Region tournament scoreboard
    Loudoun County (4A) and Tuscarora (5A) high schools have advanced to the Virginia High School League State girls' basketball tournament as region finalists.

    Woodgrove freshman Keely Hemminger raced to titles in the 200-yard and 500-yard freestyle events Feb. 20 at the Virginia High School League Group 4A State Swimming Championships in Christiansburg.—Times-Mirror/Richard Schumaker

    Photos added: Swimmers strike gold at state meets
    Keely Hemminger of Woodgrove High School raced to a pair of crowns, and Dominion's JP Popovich, Potomac Falls' William Lin, Stone Bridge's Andi Mack and Heritage's girls' relay team each won an event title Feb. 20-21 at the Virginia High School League State Swimming Championships.
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    All-Conference 14 basketball teams
    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.

    Michael Battista is greeted by his mother, teammates and friends after winning the 160-pound championship at the VHSL Group 5A state wrestling tournament.—Times-Mirror/Doug Stroud

    Battista wins title, Spartans take second at 5A state tourney
    Down five points quickly in the VHSL Group 5A 160-pound state championship bout Feb. 20 at Robinson Secondary School, Broad Run's Michael Battista fought off a pin attempt and began to battle back.
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    5A Conference 14 basketball tournament
    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.

    Tuscarora High School’s Simon Shi swam to 5A North Region championships in a freestyle and a breaststroke event.—Photo Courtesy/Marianne Thiede

    Three swimmers combine for five titles at 5A North Region meet
    Simon Shi of Tuscarora High School and Andi Mack of Stone Bridge each won two individual titles at the 5A North Region Swim Championships Feb. 7 in Manassas.
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    Broad Run High School wrestlers flexed their muscles at the Conference 14 Wrestling Championships. The Spartans won their first conference or district title since 1995.—Times-Mirror/Jason S. Rufner

    Broad Run breaks through at Conference 14 wrestling meet
    The last time Broad Run High School was the team champion of a district wrestling meet, the year was 1995. "Toy Story" was hot in theaters, people were learning about something called email and no one on today's Spartans had yet been born.
    Varsity rewind: Feb. 5-7 events
    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.
    Briar Woods trio to play at next level
    Three senior members of the Briar Woods High School football program have committed to continue their football careers in college. Briar Woods held a signing ceremony Feb. 4 to honor the players.

    Anna Broussard of Freedom High School dismounts from her balance beam routine Feb. 3 at the Conference 14 Championships. Broussard placed second on the beam and first on the floor exercise to help Freedom win the team title.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

    Freedom shines at Conference 14 Gymnastics Championships
    Freedom High School racked up 140.3 points to edge runner-up Potomac Falls for the team crown at the 5A Conference 14 Gymnastics Championships Feb. 3 at Stone Bridge High School in Ashburn.
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    Varsity Rewind: Feb. 2-4 events
    Loudoun Valley High School received stellar efforts from its varsity boys' basketball, girls' basketball and gymnastics teams Wednesday night. Heritage claimed the team title at the Conference 21 gymnastics meet.

    Good friends off the field, Jordan Hinson, left, and Scotty Forbes joined forces on Team USA in the International Bowl.—Courtesy Photo

    Loudoun players spark Team USA in International Bowl
    A trio of Loudoun athletes represented the USA Football Select Team in the International Bowl, contested Jan. 31 at AT&T Stadium in Dallas.

    Senior William Lin and the Potomac Falls Panthers boys’ team added to their prolonged run of success at the Conference 14 swim championships.—Photo Courtesy/Marianne Thiede

    Conference 14 swim: Panther boys four-peat, Bulldog girls win big
    Evidently, winning all of a meet's relay events puts a swimming team in good position to win the entire meet. Certainly, that formula worked great for the Potomac Falls Panther boys and the Stone Bridge Bulldog girls.
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    Varsity Basketball Rewind: Jan. 16-17 games
    Loudoun County sweeps varsity doubleheader against Heritage; Potomac Falls and Rock Ridge boys work OT to win; John Champe boys keep rolling; Christina Adlam sets school record for steals in Park View girls win; freshman Jordan Miller nets game-high 17 points for Loudoun Valley boys to highlight Saturday's action.
    Varsity Winter Sports Rewind: Jan. 13-15 games
    Loudoun Valley High School swept Woodgrove in a varsity boys' and girls' basketball doubleheader Thursday night. John Champe lit up the scoreboard for 103 points in a boys' basketball win against Heritage to improve to 11-2 this season.

    First-year Rock Ridge High School defeated Heritage 63-54 in varsity boys’ basketball on Friday night.—Courtesy Photo

    Varsity Basketball Rewind: Jan. 9-10 games
    Tuscarora High School swept Briar Woods in a varsity boys' and girls' basketball doubleheader Saturday. The Huskies improved to 9-2 in girls' play and 8-2 in boys' action.
    With win over reigning champs, Broad Run stays hot on the ice
    The Spartans of Broad Run High School kept their stellar season going in the Northern Virginia Scholastic Hockey League, surviving a comeback attempt by Briar Woods for a 5-4 win Jan. 4 at the Ashburn Ice House.

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