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    LOUDOUN VALLEY VIKINGS

    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.

    A ball for all seasons. Loudoun Valley junior Trey McDyre is a standout on the Vikings’ football, basketball and baseball teams. While McDyre says his favorite sport is always the one he’s currently playing, he will most likely play baseball in college.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

    Valley’s McDyre has a game plan for every season
    It was once the standard course of electives for young men in high school with an athletic bent: Football in the fall, basketball in the winter, baseball in the spring, repeat.
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    Valley’s Cordani taking football skills to Wagner
    Loudoun Valley High School senior Andrew Cordani has signed his letter of intent to play football at Wagner College in Staten Island, N.Y.
    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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    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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    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.

    Junior Lindsey Sweet prepares to shoot during the second half of Loudoun Valley’s 3A East Region semifinal game against Petersburg. Sweet paced the Vikings offensively with 15 points.—Times-Mirror/Carl Lukat

    Petersburg holds off Loudoun Valley in 3A East semifinal
    A spirited rally by host Loudoun Valley fell a little short Wednesday night as the Vikings' stellar season concluded with a a 56-51 loss to Petersburg in the 3A East Region girls' basketball semifinals in Purcellville.
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    All-Conference 28 basketball teams
    John Champe High Schoool juniors Kuony Deng (boys) and Ja’Che Malone (girls) have been voted Players of the Year on the 3A All-Conference 28 basketball teams.
    Loudoun Valley boys, girls win region playoff openers
    Loudoun Valley High School started the 3A East Region basketball tournament on the right note Feb. 27 as the Viking boys' and girls' teams won quarterfinal round games.

    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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    3A Conference 28 basketball tournament
    Loudoun Valley and host John Champe squared off in both the boys' and girls' championship games of the 3A Conference 28 basketball tournament Feb. 20. Valley prevailed in the girls' final and Champe claimed the boys' title.
    Six local wrestlers win Conference 28 titles
    John Champe High School produced four individual champions on its way to a third-place team finish at the 3A Conference 28 Wrestling Championships Feb. 7 at Rock Ridge High School in Ashburn.
    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.
    Valley, Heritage, County’s Miner tops in conference gymnastics
    Loudoun County High School senior Victoria Miner is a mainstay in the gymnastics postseason. A four-year member of the Raiders' squad, Miner has made it to the state meet each winter, qualifying for all four events.
    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.

    John Champe High School swam to boys’ and girls’ team titles at the 3A Conference 28 championships.—Courtesy Photo

    3A Conference 28 swim results
    John Champe High School proved dominant in boys' and girls' events at the 3A Conference 28 championships, contested Jan. 31 at Claude Moore Recreation Center in Sterling.
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    John Champe junior Clara Novalis puts up a shot with Loudoun Valley junior Lindsey Sweet defending. Novalis scored 11 of her 13 points in the first half to help the Knights build a 24-18 halftime lead.—Times-Mirror/Carl Lukat

    Champe stands tall in showdown against Valley
    Third-year John Champe High School entered its 3A Conference 28 girls' basketball showdown Jan. 30 against Loudoun Valley with a clear focus.
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    Varsity Rewind: Jan. 28 events
    Woodgrove High School wrestling improves to 19-0 in dual meets, Stone Bridge boys' basketball wins its 12th straight game and Tuscarora gymnastics concludes a strong regular season by winning a six-team meet at Rock Ridge to highlight Wednesday's varsity action.
    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.

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