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The Woodgrove Wolverines are 2016 Conference 21-A softball tournament champions.—Times-Mirror/Andrew Gillis

Woodgrove powers past James Wood to win Conference 21-A softball title

The ending was fitting. Like she had done 15 times before, Woodgrove sophomore Camryn Dolby wound up and fired the ball past a James Wood batter - watching the ball scream past the swinging bat and into the catcher’s mitt.

Conor Mullee poses with his parents Joe and Clare at Yankee Stadium after being called up from the minors.—Courtesy Photo

Mullee makes the majors: Broad Run alum earns relief appearance with Yankees

For three days in May, Ashburn native Conor Mullee got a taste of the big-league life. Now he's chomping at the bit to get back. On May 14, Mullee – a product of Loudoun, an alumnus of Dulles Little League and a graduate of Broad Run High School - became a full-fledged big-leaguer with the New York Yankees.

The Loudoun Valley Vikings are Conference 21-B softball tournament champions.—Courtesy Photo

Loudoun’s Varsity Sports Rewind: May 21-22 postseason games

John Champe, Loudoun County and Woodgrove each won conference tournament titles in girls' soccer Tuesday night. Dominion (boys lacrosse), Loudoun County (baseball), Loudoun Valley (softball) and Park View (boys soccer) also claimed conference tournament crowns.

The Park View Patriots are Conference 21-B boys’ soccer tournament champions.—Times-Mirror/Andrew Gillis

Park View strikes twice late to claim conference crown

Park View High School soccer chants could be heard across Leesburg. “Ole, Ole, Ole, Ole!” The chants carried from the field to the bus, heard as the team headed back to Sterling.

The Loudoun County Raiders are Conference 21-B baseball tournament champions.—Times-Mirror/Jason S. Rufner

Raiders win Leesburg showdown to wear conference baseball crown

After five and a half innings of an emotional seesaw of a ballgame, a three-run sixth decided matters in the Loudoun County Raiders' 7-5 home victory May 24 against crosstown rival Heritage for the Conference 21-B baseball tournament championship.

The John Champe Knights are Conference 22 girls’ soccer tournament champions.—Times-Mirror/Kevin Connell

John Champe tops Freedom for Conference 22 soccer title

Julie Cumins scored early in the first half and John Champe beat Freedom, 1-0, May 24 in Aldie to win the 4A Conference 22 girls’ soccer tournament championship. In the 15th minute, Cumins calmly buried a left-footed effort on a ball received just outside the 18-yard box to give Champe the game’s lone goal.

The Loudoun County Raiders are Conference 21-B girls’ soccer tournament champions.—Times-Mirror/Michael Marzzacco

Loudoun County shuts out Heritage in conference title game

Familiar foes squared off in the Conference 21-B girls' soccer championship game May 24 as the Loudoun County Raiders hosted the Heritage Pride. The Leesburg schools were facing each other for the eighth time since the start of the 2015 season.

Katie Orrison is seated in center with her parents Maura and Larry Orrison, and Raider girls’ lacrosse coach Katie Bowers.—Courtesy Photo

Orrison to play lacrosse at Christopher Newport

Loudoun County High School senior Katie Orrison will continue her academic and lacrosse career at Christopher Newport University in Newport News. Orrison has proven herself as both a skilled attacker and leader of the LCHS program for the last four years.

From left, Bradley Lau and Michael Zubovich will continue their baseball careers in college.—Courtesy Photo

Freedom baseball aces set for next level

Freedom High School seniors Bradley Lau and Michael Zubovich have both committed to play baseball in college. Lau will play at Penn State Altoona in Pennsylvania and Zubovich is headed to Randolph-Macon College in Ashland.

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Highland denies Foxcroft’s bid for third straight state title

The lacrosse team of Middleburg-based Foxcroft School was thwarted Saturday afternoon in its bid for a third consecutive Virginia Independent Schools Athletic Association Division II state championship, losing 12-4 to nearby rival Highland School inside Robins Stadium at the University of Richmond. Almost exactly one year after dramatically defeating Highland on a game-winning Alex Grace goal four seconds before the final buzzer, the Hawks got revenge on the Foxes.

Madelyn Lazorchak, Alexa Silverman and Courtenay Kaplan are filled with emotion following Tuscarora’s 2-0 victory against Briar Woods in the Conference 14 girls’ soccer championship game.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

Tuscarora nets first conference crown as Kaplan shuts door on Briar Woods

For four years, goalkeeper Courtenay Kaplan has walked by a board at school that displayed Tuscarora High School's conference champions - a board that did not include girls’ soccer. The board gave her a subtle, daily reminder of unfinished business for the Huskies. Now, Kaplan and her teammates have found their place on that elusive board.

Broad Run players rejoice following a hard-fought 3-2 victory against Stone Bridge in the Conference 14 boys’ soccer championship game.—Times-Mirror/Carl Lukat

Broad Run fends off Stone Bridge’s challenge to win conference title

With overtime looming after Stone Bridge junior Emmanuel Robertson netted the equalizer in the 76th minute, Broad Run pushed to conclude the Conference 14 boys' soccer championship game in regulation.

The Briar Woods Falcons are 2016 Conference 14 baseball tournament champions.—Photo Courtesy/Don Ventrice

Loudoun’s Varsity Sports Rewind: May 18-20 postseason games

Broad Run boys and Tuscarora girls won Conference 14 soccer tournament championship games Friday night. The match-ups are set for Conference 21-B and Conference 22 tournament championship games, scheduled for Tuesday evening.

The Stone Bridge Bulldogs are 2016 Conference 14 boys’ lacrosse tournament champions.—Times-Mirror/Michael Marzzacco

Strong finish lifts Stone Bridge past Briar Woods in Conference 14 lacrosse title game

Entering the fourth quarter trailing by a goal, Stone Bridge reeled off four consecutive goals to take the lead for good in a 9-7 victory against crosstown rival Briar Woods May 19 in the Conference 14 boys' lacrosse championship game. The reigning Group 5A state champion Bulldogs remained undefeated this season with the narrow win.

The Broad Run Spartans are the 2016 Conference 14 girls’ tennis champions.—Times-Mirror/Andrew Gillis

Broad Run aces another test, wins conference crown

It seemed no one knew the match was concluded. After a few seconds of hesitation, Broad Run High School players, coaches and parents realized the Spartans had secured enough wins to end the match.

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