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Loudoun County High School grad Billy Hurley III earned his first career PGA Tour win Sunday at Congressional Country Club in Bethesda, Md.—Photo Courtesy/J.D. Cuban, Tiger Woods Foundation

Leesburg native Billy Hurley breaks through for first PGA Tour win

"It's been a hard year, it's been a really hard year. So it's nice to have something go well," an emotional Billy Hurley III told CBS golf analyst Peter Kostis on the 18th green at Congressional Country Club in Bethesda, Md. Hurley, 34, had just put the finishing touches on his first PGA Tour win - a three-shot victory June 26 at the 2016 Quicken Loans National.

VHSL Group 5A All-State soccer teams

Briar Woods, Broad Run, Potomac Falls, Stone Bridge and Tuscarora high schools are each represented on the 2016 Virginia High School League Group 5A All-State boys' and girls' soccer teams.

VHSL Group 4A All-State soccer teams

Loudoun County High School junior forward Allyson Brown in the Player of the Year on the 2016 Virginia High School League Group 4A girls' soccer team. Arturo Jimenez of Park View and Kirk Smith of Loudoun County were selected as Coaches of the Year on the boys' and girls' teams.

Anthony Netto, considered to be one of the top wheelchair golfers in the world, takes a swing during the Paralyzed Veterans Golf Open. Netto developed the Paramobile, which allows paralyzed golfers to stand.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

Golf event in Lansdowne raises funds, awareness for Paralyzed Veterans of America

The sun shined a bit brighter for 45 veterans June 20 at the Paralyzed Veterans Golf Open, contested at The Golf Club at Lansdowne. The event, in its ninth year, is designed for networking between veterans and employers with hopes of giving paralyzed veterans jobs.

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Redskins among teams trying to reduce fumbles with beeping footballs

Amid the hooting and hollering at Washington Redskins minicamp in Ashburn, there's a different sound in the air during running back drills.Coaches whack at the football with Matt Jones carrying it, and it beeps. Then it beeps longer. That's a good sign.

VHSCA Group 4A All-State boys’ soccer team

Arturo Jimenez of Park View High School has been selected as Coach of the Year on the 2016 Virginia High School Coaches Association Group 4A All-State boys' soccer team. Jimenez guided the Patriots to the Virginia 4A state championship this spring.

VHSL Group 4A All-State lacrosse teams

Dominion senior Chris Low and Woodgrove senior Nora Bowen are Players of the Year on the Virginia High School League Group 4A boys' and girls' lacrosse teams after helping their teams win state championships in 2016.

Loudoun County’s Kling to swing for Taylor University tennis

Alexa Kling of Loudoun County High School signed her letter of intent May 26 to continue her academic and tennis career at Taylor University in Indiana. Kling was joined by her parents Reagan and Cynthia Kling, LCHS girls' tennis coach Tammy Bullock and Taylor University tennis coach Jini Morgan.

Four Tuscarora student-athletes set to play college baseball

Tuscarora High School's baseball program recently celebrated four seniors who will continue their baseball careers in college. Joey Skov, Noah Lacy, Cole Gabriele and Brent Breeden will each play on the diamond at the next level.

Park View players and coaches are all smiles as the Patriots claimed their first state championship in boys’ soccer since 1992.—Times-Mirror/Jeff Vennitti

Virginia 4A boys soccer final: Park View strikes gold in state championship

For the first time in 24 years, the Park View Patriots have a state-champion boys' soccer team. In the 66th minute of the Group 4A title match against Chancellor, Hector Hernández found open space as Obdulio Funez kicked a hard roller which the Chargers’ keeper dove to deflect. It ricocheted straight toward Hernández for the game’s only goal – and just the second of the season for the first-year junior.

Briar Woods players, from left, Matthew Harris, Kyle Vincent and Kyle Duffie rejoice after Duffie scored in overtime to lift the Falcons to their first state boys’ lacrosse championship.—Times-Mirror/Carl Lukat

Virginia 5A boys lacrosse final: Briar Woods soars to thrilling win

As you would expect, Briar Woods junior goalie Will Juneau was "mad" after Atlee scored twice in the final two-plus minutes of regulation to force overtime in the Virginia 5A state boys' lacrosse championship game June 11 at Lake Braddock High School. Undaunted, the Falcons once again responded with flying colors when it mattered most.

Potomac Falls players jump for joy following a 19-7 victory against George Marshall.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

Virginia 5A girls lacrosse final: Potomac Falls pounces on first state crown

With tears in the eyes of players and fans, the Potomac Falls Panthers gathered for one last team photo. After coming so close last year, falling in the very same state championship game at the very same field, the tears were different this time around.

The scoreboard says it all as the Woodgrove Wolverines were dominant June 11 in the Virginia 4A state softball title game.—Times-Mirror/Jeff Vennitti

Virginia 4A softball final: Woodgrove proves too powerful for Fauquier

For the third time in the last five springs, the Woodgrove Wolverines are Virginia 4A state softball champions. The Wolverines followed up their 2012 and 2014 titles with the 2016 edition, brushing past Fauquier 19-0 in the title match-up June 11 at Liberty University.

We are the champions! The Dominion Titans put the finishing touches on an unbeaten season with a resounding 17-4 win over Western Albemarle.—Times-Mirror/Jeff Vennitti

Virginia 4A boys lacrosse final: Dominion caps perfect season in style

The unbeaten Dominion Titans cruised to their first state boys' lacrosse championship June 11 with a 17-4 win over Western Albemarle in the Virginia 4A championship game. The Titans pulled away from the Warriors in the second half, scoring 14 of the game’s last 15 goals.

The Loudoun County Raiders rejoice after winning a second consecutive state soccer championship.—Times-Mirror/Jeff Vennitti

Virginia 4A girls soccer final: Loudoun County repeats as state champs

The Loudoun County Raiders successfully defended last year’s Virginia 4A state girls' soccer championship June 11, repeating the feat this spring with a 1-0 win over Salem in the title game. In the 28th minute, Loudoun County’s Liz Lazzaro booted a long free kick, sending the ball off the crossbar where Allyson Brown headed it into the back of the net. After the trophy presentation, those two players shared a hug and a laugh.

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