2014 varsity football season is fast approaching
Potomac Falls High School wide receiver Wanya Allen heads upfield after catching a pass during a 2013 game against Sterling rival Dominion. The teams will face each other to open and close the 2014 regular season after splitting two games last fall.—Times-Mirror File Photo/Doug Stroud
Tue., Jul. 15 | 01:45 PM - Forty-six days. With the Virginia High School League recently releasing the 2014 master football schedule, the countdown is on until the season kicks off Aug. 29.
Robinson shines at ODU basketball camp
Sun., Jul. 6 | 09:30 PM - Potomac Falls High School rising senior guard A.J. Robinson was recognized as a Top 10 performer in a recent Elite Camp at Old Dominion University.
Madgwick, Rexrode garner All-American lacrosse honors
Sat., Jun. 21 | 08:00 AM - Michael Rexrode of Loudoun County High School and Noah Madgwick of Stone Bridge have been selected as U.S. Lacrosse All-Americans.
Big group of Panther athletes set to play in college
Mon., Jun. 9 | 09:00 AM - Potomac Falls High School recently recognized nine seniors who will continue their athletic careers in college.
Conference 14 baseball, softball and soccer tournaments
Fri., May. 30 | 10:08 AM - Broad Run (boys' soccer), Briar Woods (softball, girls' soccer) and Stone Bridge (baseball) won championships in the inaugural Group 5A Conference 14 tournament.
All-Conference 14 soccer team
Mon., May. 26 | 03:13 PM - Briar Woods High School student-athletes Collin Verfurth and McKensey Ziegler have been selected as Players of the Year on the All-Conference 14 boys' and girls' soccer teams.
Track and field: Conference championship results
Fri., May. 23 | 11:42 AM - Loudoun Valley boys and girls won 3A Conference 28 titles; Stone Bridge boys and girls won 5A Conference 14 crowns; and Loudoun County boys and Woodgrove girls claimed 4A Conference 21 championships this week in track and field.
Varsity Rewind: May 13-20 games
Wed., May. 21 | 12:32 PM - Briar Woods High School boys and Stone Bridge High School girls won 5A North Conference 14 tennis tournament team championships May 20.
Spartans settle for draw after late Panther goal
Broad Run junior Juliet Esnardo looks to get a touch on the ball with three Potomac Falls players closing in. Esnardo assisted on the Spartans’ lone goal in a 1-1 draw.—Times-Mirror Photo/Chuck Moore
Wed., Apr. 16 | 06:45 AM - Holding a 1-0 lead against Potomac Falls in the waning minutes of an April 11 girls' soccer match, it appeared host Broad Run, who had controlled play for most of the game, would keep its perfect record intact.
Varsity Rewind: May 1-12 games
Tue., May. 13 | 10:54 AM - Loudoun Valley High School received another strong pitching performance in a 3-0 baseball victory May 12 against Warren County. Junior Andrew Lohr tossed a no-hitter to help the Vikings record their sixth consecutive shutout.
Former Panther standout Hardin going strong at Northern Arizona
Sat., May. 10 | 07:50 AM - Northern Arizona University's men's cross-country and track and field team has had an incredible year thus far. Every team needs an athlete that will put it all on the line and do the little things, while not getting a ton of publicity or recognition. For NAU, that person is fifth-year senior Josh Hardin.
Tuscarora boys, Briar Woods girls run past the field at LCPS track meet
Jordan Roach cleared 5 feet, 10 inches to place second in the high jump May 2 at the LCPS Track and Field Championships. In addition, Roach was one of three Tuscarora athletes to win an individual event (110-meter hurdles) to help the host Huskies claim the boys’ team championship.—Times-Mirror Photo/Rick Wasser
Tue., May. 6 | 01:17 PM - Tuscarora High School won the boys' title and Briar Woods claimed the girls' crown at the 2014 Loudoun County Public Schools Track and Field Championships May 2 in Leesburg.
Nine Loudoun players selected on VHSCA All-State basketball team
Tue., Apr. 29 | 04:03 PM - Loudoun County senior Maggie Phillips and Loudoun Valley senior Paul Rowley are first-team selections in their respective classifications on the Virginia High School Coaches Association All-State Basketball team. Seven area players earned second-team honors.
Varsity Rewind: April 21-28 games
Tue., Apr. 29 | 10:30 AM - Senior JB Bukauskas pitched six and two-thirds innings of scoreless baseball on a wet Monday evening to help Stone Bridge shut out Broad Run 8-0 and extend its winning streak to 11 games.
Varsity Spring Sports Rewind: April 1-14 games
Tuscarora High School defeated Stone Bridge 5-4 in varsity softball April 10. The Huskies, coached by Megan Smith, won for the fourth time in six games to open the season.—Times-Mirror Photo/Rick Wasser
Tue., Apr. 15 | 10:54 AM - Senior Corley Simons scored late in regulation to lift Loudoun Valley to an 11-10 girls' lacrosse victory against Battlefield on April 14 in a rematch of a 2013 VHSL state quarterfinal game.
Varsity Spring Sports Rewind: March 19-31 games
Sophomore Cole Gabriele pitched a no-hitter March 24 in Tuscarora’s 12-0 win versus Park View. The 6-foot-4 lefty struck out 12 batters in his varsity debut.—Courtesy Photo
Tue., Apr. 1 | 09:48 AM - Loudoun Valley won close games against Loudoun County in baseball and softball March 31. Stone Bridge girls' tennis outlasted Thomas Jefferson 5-4 to remain undefeated.
Potomac Falls alum Kiefer named CAA Pitcher of the Week
Tue., Mar. 18 | 12:32 PM - For the fifth time in her softball career at James Madison University, Potomac Falls High School alum Heather Kiefer has been selected as the Colonial Athletic Association Pitcher of the Week.
2014 Varsity Spring Sports Schedule
Sun., Mar. 16 | 09:40 AM - The 2014 varsity spring sports athletic schedule kicks off in Loudoun this week, weather permitting. The spring slate includes track and field, baseball, softball, soccer, lacrosse and tennis.
Panthers’ Robinson scores 1,000 points
Thu., Mar. 13 | 05:58 PM - Junior guard A.J. Robinson reached 1,000 points for his varsity basketball career Feb. 25 during Potomac Falls High School's 5A North quarterfinal game against Potomac.
Panther alum Graves, Mount St. Mary’s punch ticket for March Madness
Gregory Graves drives to the basket during his senior season at Potomac Falls High School. Graves has seen action in all 32 games for NCAA Tournament bound Mount St. Mary’s as a sophomore this winter.—Times-Mirror File Photo
Wed., Mar. 12 | 07:03 AM - Mount St. Mary's is headed to the NCAA Division I men's basketball tournament for the first time since 2008 following an 88-71 victory over top-seeded Robert Morris in the Northeast Conference championship game March 11 in Moon Township, Pa. Potomac Falls High School alum Gregory Graves is a sophomore forward for The Mount.