Smith to coach Heritage volleyball
Fri., May. 10 | 11:10 AM - Heritage High School has hired Allison Smith as its next head varsity volleyball coach. Smith has previous coaching experience at both the high school and club levels.
Hermes to coach Briar Woods volleyball
Tue., Apr. 16 | 10:13 AM - Marsha Hermes is the new head volleyball coach at Briar Woods High School. Hermes played volleyball at Bridgewater College and has previously served as head varsity coach at Tuscarora and Brentsville.
Raider freshman Borup commits to play volleyball at UNC
Loudoun County High School freshman Taylor Borup, shown here on the left exiting the team huddle during a 2012 volleyball match, has verbally committed to the University of North Carolina.—Times-Mirror File Photo/Carl Lukat
Wed., Mar. 6 | 11:23 AM - The evolution of Taylor Borup garnering and accepting a scholarship offer to play volleyball at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill started innocently enough.
Phillips nets Virginia AA Player of the Year honor
Loudoun County junior Maggie Phillips is the Virginia AA State Player of the Year in volleyball after helping the Raiders win another state championship in 2012.—Times-Mirror File Photo/Beverly Denny
Tue., Mar. 5 | 01:19 PM - Loudoun County High School junior Maggie Phillips has been selected as the Group AA Player of the Year on the Virginia High School Coaches Association All-State volleyball team. Phillips is one of seven Loudoun players to earn VHSCA volleyball honors.
Veteran volleyball coach Keilty to guide Woodgrove program
Fri., Mar. 1 | 07:08 AM - Woodgrove High School's volleyball program made a big splash this week with the appointment of Carmel Keilty as its next varsity head coach. Keilty will enter her 25th season of coaching volleyball in Loudoun County this fall.
Baseball, softball, volleyball officials needed
Tue., Jan. 22 | 08:58 AM - Northern Virginia Baseball Umpires Association seeks officials for baseball, softball and volleyball in all Loudoun communities for youth recreational leagues, men’s leagues, high schools and colleges.
All-Region volleyball selections
Maggie Phillips, a junior at Loudoun County High School, has been selected as the Region II Player of the Year in volleyball. Phillips has played on the Raiders’ varsity team since her freshman year.—Times-Mirror File Photo/Pat Kane
Tue., Dec. 4 | 03:11 PM - Loudoun County High School junior Maggie Phillips is the Player of the Year on the 2012 All-Region II volleyball team. Phillips helped lead the Raiders to their fifth Virginia AA state championship in the last six seasons this fall.
State champions: Raiders complete strive for five
Loudoun County senior Megan Fox, right, celebrates with teammates after winning a point during the Vriginia AA state championship match. Fox dished 53 assists in the Raiders’ 3-2 victory over Hidden Valley Nov. 17 in Richmond.—Times-Mirror Photo/Patrick Kane
Tue., Nov. 20 | 09:39 AM - With the Loudoun County High School volleyball team just four points away from defeating Hidden Valley and capturing the 2012 Virginia AA state championship Nov. 16 in Richmond, the “Raider Riot,” a loyal contingent of student fans began chanting.
VHSL Volleyball Championships scoreboard
Loudoun County High School junior Maggie Phillips and head coach Jenica Brown share a special moment following the Raiders’ 25-22, 20-25, 21-25, 25-21, 15-11 comeback victory against Hidden Valley in the Virginia AA state championship match Nov. 17 in Richmond.—Times-Mirror Photo/Patrick Kane
Sun., Nov. 18 | 10:24 AM - Loudoun County rallied from a 2-1 deficit to defeat Hidden Valley in five sets for the Virginia AA state championship Nov. 17 at the Siegel Center in Richmond. The Raiders won their fifth state title in the last six years.
Stone Bridge earns return trip to Richmond for state semifinals
The Stone Bridge Bulldogs, shown here celebrating their Northern Region championship victory, are back in the Virginia AAA state volleyball semifinals for a third consecutive year. The Bulldogs will play Atlee in the semifinals Nov. 15 in Richmond.—Times-Mirror File Photo/Rick Wasser
Wed., Nov. 14 | 05:53 PM - The Stone Bridge High School volleyball team is returning to Richmond for the third consecutive year after downing Albemarle, 25-16, 25-16, 25-14, in the Virginia AAA state quarterfinals Nov. 13 in Ashburn.