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Coach Jill Raschiatore and Stone Bridge players wave to fans and family members from the Siegel Center court following a five-set win versus Potomac Falls in the Virginia 5A state volleyball championship match.—Times-Mirror/Doug Stroud

Bulldogs outlast Panthers in thrilling match to win first state title

RICHMOND - A match for the ages. The first three sets each decided by the same two-point margin. A rare 9-2 surge in the fourth set to force a decisive fifth set. And a senior with minimal varsity experience prior to this year, going off in the fifth set to propel her team to victory.

Loudoun’s Varsity Football Regional Playoffs Scoreboard

Four Loudoun teams advanced to the semifinals in the 5A North or 4A West Region playoffs with quarterfinal round victories Friday night. Stone Bridge and Woodgrove won on the road, while John Champe and Tuscarora prevailed at home.

Senior QB Zach Burdick and the John Champe Knights host George Washington in a 4A West Region quarterfinal game Friday.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

Six Loudoun football teams to play in regional quarterfinal games Friday

The Virginia High School League regional football playoffs enter the quarterfinal round Friday night. Broad Run, John Champe, Potomac Falls, Stone Bridge, Tuscarora and Woodgrove will attempt to advance to the semifinals in the 5A North or 4A West regions.

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.

Senior Abby Wright and the Loudoun County Raiders will attempt to win a fourth consecutive state volleyball championship Nov. 21 versus Jamestown in Richmond.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

Three Loudoun schools advance to VHSL state volleyball finals

Loudoun County, Potomac Falls and Stone Bridge high schools punched their tickets for the Siegel Center - host of the VHSL state volleyball championships - following state semifinal victories Tuesday night. The VHSL state championship matches are set for Nov. 21 in Richmond.

The Potomac Falls Panthers are 5A North Region volleyball champions.—Times-Mirror/Jason S. Rufner

Panthers outlast Bulldogs for region crown

Holly Carlton was trying to remember the last time her Potomac Falls Panthers defeated the Stone Bridge Bulldogs, and wasn't coming up with anything. "I can't remember beating them. Maybe we did in my freshman year, I don't remember," the star senior said. It's easier to recall the number of region volleyball championships the Panthers have won: None, until now.

Regional volleyball playoffs scoreboard

Loudoun County and Potomac Falls won regional tournament championships Saturday. Potomac Falls outlasted Stone Bridge in five sets to claim the 5A North Region title, and Loudoun County swept Woodgrove to win the 4A West Region crown.

Loudoun’s Varsity Football Postseason Scoreboard

Broad Run, Potomac Falls, Stone Bridge, Tuscarora and Woodgrove high schools won first-round regional football playoff games Friday evening. All five teams, along with John Champe - who earned a first-round bye, have advanced to the regional quarterfinals.

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.

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: 5A North Region

Tuscarora, Broad Run, Stone Bridge, Potomac Falls and Briar Woods would qualify for the playoffs if the postseason started this week. Tuscarora sits second in the 5A North Region in the latest Virginia High School League power ratings.

Stone Bridge junior Joshua Breece rushed for 195 yards and a touchdown to help the Bulldogs rally for a 20-17 home victory against Potomac Falls.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

Stone Bridge overcomes 17-point deficit to defeat Potomac Falls

Senior Dewayne Winston’s 18-yard touchdown run midway through the fourth quarter capped 20 unanswered points by Stone Bridge as the host Bulldogs rallied past the Potomac Falls Panthers, 20-17, Oct. 30 on Senior Night in Ashburn. In a tale of two halves, Potomac Falls (6-3) controlled every facet of the game for much of the first half, building a 17-0 lead.

All-Conference 14 volleyball team

Potomac Falls High School swept top honors on the 5A Conference 14 volleyball team. Senior Holly Carlton is the Player of the Year and Linda Lachey-Helms is the Coach of the Year. Briar Woods, Broad Run, Stone Bridge and Tuscarora are also represented.



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