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Hot shooting drives Stone Bridge past Potomac Falls

Coming out of a timeout late in the third quarter, the Stone Bridge Bulldogs executed their called offensive play to perfection, setting up Branden Curry's 3-pointer from the right elbow for a 44-40 lead going to the fourth quarter of a Conference 14 boys' basketball game.

Freedom places second at Conference 22 wrestling tournament

Freedom High School racked up 201.5 points to finish runner-up behind team champion Fauquier at the Conference 22 wrestling tournament Feb. 5 in Bealeton. John Champe placed third, followed by host Liberty in fourth and Kettle Run finished fifth.

Malorie Joseph, Liz Lazzaro, Hannah McShea and Hailey Shaw are joined by Raider soccer coaches Kirk Smith and Mary Grace Doyle.—Courtesy Photo

Next level soccer: Four Raiders commit to play collegiately

Four members of Loudoun County High School's girls' soccer team - Malorie Joseph, Liz Lazzaro, Hannah McShea and Hailey Shaw - finalized plans Feb. 3 to continue their soccer careers at the next level.

Dominion’s Ruffin to play football at Fairmont State

Dominion High School senior Brandon Ruffin signed his letter of intent Feb. 3 to continue his football career at Fairmont State University in West Virginia. Ruffin's parents, teammates and coaches joined him for the ceremony.

Heritage recognizes its college-bound athletes

Heritage High School held a college signing ceremony Feb. 4 for six student-athletes - Brandon Keiper, Chad Koehler, Carrie Lee, Cole Miller, Courtney Shea and Kaly Winslow - set to play college athletics.

Loudoun County trio set to play college football

Three Loudoun County High School football players secured their college destinations Feb. 3. John Jackson IV and Sostene Kah will play for West Virginia State University, while Ryan Horner is headed to James Madison University.

Daniel Smith signs his letter of intent with his parents Betsy and Jay Smith looking on.—Courtesy Photo

Tuscarora’s Smith to continue football career at Campbell

Tuscarora High School senior quarterback Daniel Smith signed his letter of intent Feb. 3 to attend and play football at Campbell University in North Carolina. Smith helped the Huskies produce a 27-2 record in his final two seasons.

Loudoun’s Varsity Sports Rewind: Feb. 1-3 events

Freedom High School swept Liberty in varsity boys' and girls' basketball games Wednesday night. Dominion girls, John Champe boys, Potomac Falls boys, Rock Ridge girls and Tuscarora girls also prevailed on the hardwood.

Dominion’s Atariwa signs with James Madison football

Dominion High School senior Adeeb Atariwa signed his national letter of intent Wednesday to play football for James Madison University. Atariwa was joined by family, teammates and Dominion head coach Karl Buckwalter for a signing ceremony.

Bethany Gatlin of Briar Woods High School rejoices after winning the girls’ 200-yard individual medley race at the Conference 14 swim meet.—Times-Mirror/Mike Walgren

Briar Woods sweeps Conference 14 swim crowns

The Briar Woods Falcons swept both sides of the Conference 14 swim championships Jan. 30 at Claude Moore Recreation Center in Sterling, as their boys and girls both emerged comfortably atop the five-team standings. In total, the Falcons won nine of the meet's 16 individual titles and took first in three of six relay events.

The Freedom Eagles won the boys’ title at the Conference 22 swim meet.—Courtesy Photo

Balanced effort lifts Freedom boys to Conference 22 swim title

Freedom and John Champe high schools produced strong showings at the Conference 22 swim meet Jan. 30 at Claude Moore Recreation Center in Sterling. Freedom swam to the boys' crown, while Champe placed second in both the boys' and girls' standings.

The Loudoun County Raiders won the boys’ title at the Conference 21-B swim meet.—Courtesy Photo

Leesburg schools wear Conference 21-B swim crowns

Heritage and Loudoun County high schools represented Leesburg well at the Conference 21-B swim championships, held Jan. 29 inside Claude Moore Recreation Center in Sterling.

The Woodgrove Wolverines won the girls’ title at the Conference 21-A swim meet.—Courtesy Photo

Woodgrove girls swim past competition at Conference 21-A meet

The Woodgrove Wolverines won the girls' title and placed runner-up on the boys' side as Loudoun's lone entry in the six-team Conference 21-A swim meet Jan. 29 in Warrenton.

Cole Miller helped lead Heritage to a 6-4 record in his senior season.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

Heritage’s Miller to play football at Georgetown

Heritage High School senior receiver Cole Miller will continue his football career at Georgetown University. Miller led Heritage in receptions, receiving yards and receiving touchdowns during the 2015 season.

Loudoun Valley fends off Dominion’s strong challenge

Nick Ball scored 29 of his game-high 30 points during the final three quarters to help Loudoun Valley overcome a slow start and withstand a formidable challenge from Dominion for a 82-76 boys' basketball victory Jan. 30 in Purcellville.

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