Liverman to take diamond for Westminster College
Loudoun Valley senior Kailey Liverman will play attend and play softball at Westminster College. Liverman, seated in center, was joined during a recent ceremony by family Joe Liverman, Katie Liverman, Taylor Liverman and teammates Addie Dieterich and Courtney Dieterich.—Courtesy Photo
Mon., May. 25 | 01:02 PM - Kailey Liverman of Loudoun Valley High School has committed to continue her softball career at Westminster College in New Wilmington, Penn. Liverman is in the midst of her senior season with the Vikings.
Varsity Rewind: Postseason edition
Mon., May. 25 | 11:54 AM - The 2015 varsity spring sports postseason is underway and will continue through the Virginia High School League state championship games in June. Look inside for scores, schedules and submitted stats.
Raiders score early, often to cruise past Titans
Loudoun County players rejoice after one of their six goals during a Conference 21 semifinal game against Dominion. A 6-0 victory kept the Raiders unbeaten this season and propelled them in the conference championship game.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser
Sat., May. 23 | 12:13 PM - The Loudoun County Raiders girls' soccer team jumped ahead 3-0 after 15 minutes, put in another one before halftime and - for good measure - added a pair early in the second half to complete a decisive 6-0 victory over the Dominion Titans in the semifinal round of the Conference 21 tournament May 22 in Leesburg.
Stone Bridge girls, Tuscarora boys lead pack at Conference 14 track meet
Allyson Shepherd of Tuscaora High School cleared five feet, one inch to win the girls’ high jump title May 21 at the Conference 14 track and field meet.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser
Sat., May. 23 | 09:26 AM - Stone Bridge won the girls' team title and host Tuscarora claimed the boys' team championship at the Group 5A Conference 14 track and field meet, contested May 20-21 in Leesburg.
Spartan baseball alums making waves at the next level
Drafted by the New York Yankees in the 24th round of the 2010 MLB draft, Conor Mullee is currently pitching for the Trenton Thunder in Double-A ball.—Photo Courtesy/New York Yankees
Fri., May. 22 | 01:42 PM - Broad Run High School Class of 2006 graduate Conor Mullee was recently promoted from the Single-A Tampa Yankees to the Double-A Trenton Thunder. Mullee is a right-handed pitcher in the New York Yankees organization.
Park View announces 2015 Hall of Fame class
Fri., May. 22 | 09:34 AM - Park View High School will induct athletes Tom Locascio, Chris Pack, Theresa Robbins and Laura Treanor, and contributor Bruce Bornarth into its Athletic Hall of Fame.
Valley’s Lewis to play soccer at Maine Maritime Academy
Maine Maritime Academy commit Makayla Lewis, seated in center, was joined by her parents Terrie Lewis and Scott Lewis, Loudoun Valley soccer coach Kerry Davidson and Loudoun Valley principal Susan Ross during a recent signing ceremony.—Courtesy Photo
Fri., May. 22 | 08:18 AM - Loudoun Valley High School senior Makayla Lewis has committed to continue her soccer career at Maine Maritime Academy, a NCAA Division III school that competes in the North Atlantic Conference.
Loudoun County runs to boys’ title at Conference 21 track meet
Thu., May. 21 | 10:18 AM - The Loudoun County Raiders won four individual events and two relay titles on their way to claiming the boys' team championship May 20 at the Group 4A Conference 21 track and field meet.
Loudoun Valley boys, Rock Ridge girls win team titles at Conference 28 track meet
Thu., May. 21 | 09:25 AM - First-year Rock Ridge High School won the girls' title and Loudoun Valley claimed the boys' crown at the Group 3A Conference 28 track and field meet, contested May 18 at John Champe High School in Aldie.
As seniors abound, Spartans, Falcons seek playoff runs
Briar Woods senior Junior Vasquez, left, vies with Broad Run senior Abu Koroma for control of the ball in a May 15 game between the Ashburn rivals.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser
Wed., May. 20 | 11:24 AM - There's a lot in common between the boys' soccer teams of Broad Run and Briar Woods high schools. The rival programs ended the regular season with the top two records in Conference 14, and both have accumulated double-digit win totals each of the past three regular seasons.