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The Heritage Pride won the team championship at the Conference 21-B wrestling tournament.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

Heritage tops podium at Conference 21-B wrestling tournament

Heritage High School racked up 181.5 points to take home the team title Feb. 6 at the Group 4A Conference 21-B wrestling tournament. Loudoun Valley placed second with 165 points and host Rock Ridge finished third with 120 points.

Gymnastics: Conference meet results

Freedom, Riverside and Tuscarora placed first in the team standings at their respective conference gymnastics meets. Freedom's Sydney Wrighte (38.9), Potomac Falls' Erika Hurrell (37.5) and Riverside's Maddy Howell (37.05) each won all-around titles.

Heritage recognizes its college-bound athletes

Heritage High School held a college signing ceremony Feb. 4 for six student-athletes - Brandon Keiper, Chad Koehler, Carrie Lee, Cole Miller, Courtney Shea and Kaly Winslow - set to play college athletics.

The Loudoun County Raiders won the boys’ title at the Conference 21-B swim meet.—Courtesy Photo

Leesburg schools wear Conference 21-B swim crowns

Heritage and Loudoun County high schools represented Leesburg well at the Conference 21-B swim championships, held Jan. 29 inside Claude Moore Recreation Center in Sterling.

Cole Miller helped lead Heritage to a 6-4 record in his senior season.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

Heritage’s Miller to play football at Georgetown

Heritage High School senior receiver Cole Miller will continue his football career at Georgetown University. Miller led Heritage in receptions, receiving yards and receiving touchdowns during the 2015 season.

Drew Hunter set the boys’ prep record for 3,000 meters Jan. 30 at the Camel City Elite race in Winston Salem, N.C.—File Photo/Rick Wasser

Loudoun Valley’s Hunter sets national high school record

Drew Hunter continues to reach new heights as one of the nation's top prep runners. The Loudoun Valley senior produced the fastest time - 7 minutes, 59.33 seconds - in a 3,000-meter race for a high school athlete in American history Jan. 30 at the JDL Fast Track in Winston Salem, N.C.

Heritage senior Fletcher Davis, top, recently reached the 100-win milestone.—Courtesy Photo

Heritage’s Davis pins down 100th career victory

Fletcher Davis of Heritage High School, earned his 100th career varsity wrestling victory Jan. 9 at the Strasburg Duals. Davis pinned Wilson Memorial's Zach Denton to reach the milestone.

Loudoun’s Varsity Basketball Standings

Tuscarora High School sits atop the Conference 14 standings in both boys' and girls' basketball. Freedom girls, John Champe boys, Loudoun County girls, Loudoun Valley boys and Woodgrove girls are also undefeated in their respective conference play.

Broad Run players and coaches rush the field after winning the 2015 Virginia 5A girls’ soccer championship game.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

State Champions: 12 Loudoun schools have combined to win 99 titles

Loudoun County public high schools have combined for 99 Virginia High School League state championships in team sports. Broad Run, which opened in 1969, owns the most state championships with 16.

Freedom advanced a wrestler to the final in seven of 14 weight classes on its way to winning the team crown at the LCPS Wrestling Championships.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

Freedom shows the way at LCPS Wrestling Championships

With five individual champions and two more finalists, the Freedom Eagles edged the Woodgrove Wolverines for the team title at the 2015 Loudoun County Public Schools Wrestling Championships, contested Dec. 18-19 at Rock Ridge High School.

VHSL Group 4A All-State football team

John Champe and Woodgrove high schools combined for five first-team selections on the 2015 Virginia High School League Group 4A All-State football team. Champe, Woodgrove, Heritage and Dominion are each represented on the second team.

Drew Hunter of Purcellville joins an elite club of runners to win the Foot Locker Cross-Country Championships National Finals.—Photo Courtesy/Photorun.net

Loudoun pair run to national acclaim at Foot Locker Championships

For just the second time in the 37-year history of the elite Foot Locker Cross-Country Championships National Finals, the title winners of the boys and girls hail from the same state. Against the fastest high-school cross-country athletes the United States has to offer, Weini Kelati of Heritage and Drew Hunter of Loudoun Valley proved Dec. 12 they were the fastest of them all.

VHSL 4A West All-Region football team

Dominion, Heritage, John Champe, Loudoun Valley and Woodgrove high schools are each represented on the Virginia High School League 4A West Region football team.

Weini Kelati of Leesburg pulls away from a pack of runners on her way to winning the Foot Locker Cross-Country Championships National Finals.—Photo Courtesy/Photorun.net

National champs: Kelati, Hunter race to Foot Locker cross-country titles

Loudoun runners Weini Kelati (Heritage High School) and Drew Hunter (Loudoun Valley) shined on the national stage Dec. 12 in San Diego, Calif. Kelati won the girls' race and Hunter crossed the finish line first in the boys' race at the Foot Locker Cross-Country Championships National Finals.

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.

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