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    LOUDOUN COUNTY RAIDERS

    Loudoun County senior Brad Hinchberger leaps to return a volley during a doubles match against John Champe on April 24 in Aldie. Hinchenberg won his No. 1 singles match and teamed with Justin Fox to win at No. 1 doubles for the undefeated Raiders.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

    Raiders extend streak by ending Knights’ undefeated run
    In a matchup of undefeated teams in boys' tennis, it was the Raiders of Loudoun County High School who couldn't seem to lose. The Raiders (12-0) swept six singles and three doubles matches April 23 on the courts of the Knights (12-1) of John Champe High School in Aldie.
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    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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    John Champe junior Kuony Deng, shown here during a 2015 3A East Region playoff game, is one of three area players to garner first-team selection.—Times-Mirror/Carl Lukat

    All-State basketball honors for 11 area players
    The Virginia High School League All-State basketball teams for boys' and girls' in Groups 3A through 5A include 11 Loudoun student-athletes.

    Taylor Clarke has been a dominant force on the pitching mound for the College of Charleston. The former Broad Run standout is averaging more than eight strikeouts for every walk allowed this season.—Photo Courtesy/College of Charleston Athletics

    College Corner: Clarke is king of the hill
    Broad Run High School alum Taylor Clarke is garnering national attention on the college baseball landscape thanks to a splendid start to his junior season at the College of Charleston.

    Loudoun County High School players rejoice after Malorie Joseph scores in the Raiders’ 7-1 girls’ soccer win versus Loudoun Valley on March 27 in Purcellville. The Raiders have outscored their three opponents by a combined 13-1 this season.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

    Motivated Raiders kick off season strong
    The coach is taking this new season one game at a time. His players, on the other hand, have the season's future very much in mind – thanks to one game from the recent past.
    Raiders cruise past depleted Vikings
    The Loudoun County High School girls' soccer team pounded in five goals during the first half on their way to a 7-1 victory March 27 against host Loudoun Valley in Purcellville.
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    Strong finish lifts Midlothian past Loudoun County in VHSL 4A girls’ basketball semifinal
    In a game filled with scoring runs, Midlothian produced the final surge in the VHSL 4A state girls' basketball semifinals against Loudoun County to record a 55-51 victory March 12 at the Siegel Center in Richmond.

    Freedom’s Anna Broussard demonstrates power and grace as she launches herself to the springboard in the vault event March 8 at the 2015 VHSL Open Gymnastics Championships.—Times-Mirror/Doug Stroud

    One final fling for Loudoun prep gymnasts
    As the last hurrah to close the high school season, the top prep gymnasts in Virginia came together March 8 inside the gymnasium at Nokesville's Patriot High School to see who is the best of the best.
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    Raiders, Huskies set to embark on state basketball playoffs
    A pair of Loudoun high schools are headed to Richmond for the Virginia High School League State girls' basketball playoffs after advancing to the championship game of their respective region tournaments.

    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.

    Former teammates at Loudoun County High School, Tommy Curtin, left, and Patrick Joseph are now excelling as track and field teammates at Virginia Tech.—Photo Courtesy/Ashley Klevenhagen

    Raider alums set the pace for Hokies
    The men's indoor track team of Virginia Tech won the Atlantic Coast Conference championship Feb. 27 in Blacksburg, and the Hokies have a couple of former Loudoun County Raiders to thank for it.
    All-Conference 21 basketball teams
    Derek Fisher of Loudoun County High School and Steve Douglas of Woodgrove were voted Coaches of the Year on the 4A All-Conference 21 basketball teams after guiding their squads to conference titles this winter.

    Loudoun County senior Gabrielle Gillis pries the ball away from the hands of Fluvanna County senior Kiersten Allen during a 4A North Region girls’ basketball quarterfinal game. The Raiders won 57-26 to advance to the region semifinals.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

    Raiders storm into 4A North semifinals, push win streak to 22
    Loudoun County High School needed nearly a full quarter in its 4A North Region girls' basketball quarterfinal game against Fluvanna County to get its offense on track following an eight-day layoff.
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    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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    Dominion junior Adeeb Atariwa, shown here wrestling in the Conference 21 tournament, pinned Sherando’s Ben Avery just 16 seconds into the second round of the 285-pound championship bout.—Times-Mirror File/Rick Wasser

    Dominion’s Atariwa stands atop podium at VHSL 4A wrestling tourney
    Junior Adeeb Atariwa became Dominion High School's first-ever state champion wrestler in dominant fashion Feb. 20 at the Virginia High School League Group 4A Wrestling Championships in Salem.
    4A Conference 21 basketball tournament
    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.
    Heritage girls swim to 4A North Region crown
    Heritage High School edged Woodgrove by two points for the girls' team championship at the 4A North Region Swim Championships, contested Feb. 13 at the Collegiate School Aquatic Center in Richmond.

    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
    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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    Freedom leads the way at 5A North Region gymnastics meet
    Freedom High School punched its ticket for the VHSL State Team Championships with a top of the podium performance Feb. 9 at the 5A North Region gymnastics meet.

    Woodgrove senior Dylan Shockey takes hold of Sherando’s Curtis Guthridge’s leg in the 126-pound championship match Feb. 7 at the 4A Conference 21 Wrestling Championships. Shockey earned the decisive point with an escape in the third period to pull out a 3-2 decision.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

    Woodgrove edges Sherando for Conference 21 wrestling crown
    The first 195 matches of the day were not enough to decide a team champion at the Conference 21 Wrestling Championships Feb. 7 at Woodgrove High School in Purcellville. The point totals of Sherando and the homestanding Wolverines were too close to call.
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