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All-Conference 21-B football team

Heritage junior quarterback Alex Carlin and Dominion senior lineman Adeeb Atariwa are the Offensive and Defensive Players of the Year in Conference 21-B. Reed Prosser of Heritage was selected as Coach of the Year.

VHSL 4A All-State competition cheer team

Dominion's Grace Aprahamian, Rock Ridge's Abby Gaddi and Heritage's Taylor Bryan garnered second-team accolades on the 2015 Virginia High School League Group 4A All-State competition cheer team.

Weini Kelati of Heritage High School crossed the finish line first in the VHSL 4A girls’ race to help lead the Pride to their first-ever state championship as a team.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

A quartet of Loudoun teams, three individuals run to state titles

There's a cross-country boon going on right now in Loudoun County. Four local high school teams - Loudoun Valley's boys, Heritage's girls, Tuscarora's girls and Stone Bridge's boys - raced to state championships under a breezy blue sky Nov. 13 at Great Meadow in The Plains.

Eight Loudoun teams qualify for VHSL football playoffs

Championship dreams remain alive for Briar Woods, Broad Run, Heritage, John Champe, Potomac Falls, Stone Bridge, Tuscarora and Woodgrove as each school has qualified for the Virginia High School League football postseason.

2015 All-Conference 21-B volleyball team

Loudoun County High School senior outside hitter Taylor Borup is the Conference 21-B Player of the Year in volleyball. Dominion's John Senchak garnered Coach of the Year honors.

Tuscarora senior Fitsum Seyoum raced to the boys’ title in the 5A North Region meet.—File Photo/Rick Wasser

Cross-Country: Regional meets results

Four Loudoun teams - Heritage girls, Loudoun Valley boys, Stone Bridge boys and Tuscarora girls - placed first in their respective regional cross-country meets. Heritage's Weini Kelati, Loudoun Valley's Drew Hunter and Tuscarora's Fitsum Seyoum each won individual titles.

Loudoun’s Varsity Football Schedule-Week 11

The final week of the 2015 Virginia High School League football regular season includes seven games featuring Loudoun schools. Broad Run hosts Tuscarora Friday night in our Game of the Week.

Volleyball: Conference tournaments scoreboard

Freedom, Loudoun County, Riverside, Stone Bridge and Woodgrove won conference tournament championships Thursday night. First-year Riverside won in five sets, Woodgrove won in four sets and Freedom, Loudoun County and Stone Bridge each swept their matches.

VHSL football power ratings: 4A West Region

Dominion, Heritage, John Champe, Loudoun Valley and Woodgrove would qualify for the 4A West Region football playoffs if the postseason started this week. John Champe is tied for first with Jefferson Forest in the latest Virginia High School League power ratings.

The John Champe Knights topped Loudoun County 43-6 on Senior Night in Aldie to improve to 9-0 this season.—Courtesy Photo

Loudoun’s Varsity Football Scoreboard-Week 10

Dominion, Freedom, John Champe, Loudoun Valley, Stone Bridge and Woodgrove earned victories Friday night during the 10th week of the varsity football season. John Champe joins idle Tuscarora at 9-0 this season.

Cross-Country: Conference 21B meet results

Loudoun Valley boys and Heritage girls won team titles at the Virginia 4A Conference 21B cross-country meet Oct. 27 at Oatlands Plantation in Leesburg. Loudoun Valley's Drew Hunter crossed the finish line first in the boys' race and Weini Kelati of Heritage won the girls' race.

Quarterback Zach Burdick hands the ball off to David Cousino during John Champe’s 21-14 win against Heritage. Burdick and Cousino combined for three touchdown runs.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

Knights’ fight pays off again in narrow win versus Pride

Eight up, eight down. In a competitive showdown between teams on the rise, host John Champe held off a late surge by Heritage to prevail 21-14 and extend its winning streak to eight games Oct. 23 in Aldie.

Heritage High School head football coach Reed Prosser was recently recognized by the Washington Redskins for his work with student-athletes on and off the field.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

Pride’s Prosser named Redskins Coach of the Week

Reed Prosser of Heritage High School is the Redskins High School Coach of the Week for the period ending Oct. 19. Prosser, also an English teacher at Heritage, has coached football for 19 years. In his third season at Heritage, Prosser has guided the Pride to a 6-2 record in 2015.

Loudoun’s Varsity Football Scoreboard-Week 9

Tuscarora and John Champe remain undefeated; Broad Run and Briar Woods prevail in overtime; Woodgrove wins its seventh straight; Potomac Falls and Loudoun Valley improve to 6-2; and Freedom picks up its third victory Friday night during the ninth week of the 2015 varsity football season.

The Tuscaora Huskies have won 18 consecutive regular-season games entering an Oct. 23 home game against Stone Bridge.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

Loudoun’s Varsity Football Schedule-Week 9

The ninth week of the 2015 varsity football season features 14 Loudoun schools in action. Broad Run will play for the first time on its new turf field Friday night, while Briar Woods, Freedom, John Champe, Loudoun County, Potomac Falls, Tuscarora and Woodgrove will also host games.



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