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Grace Theurich and pony Deep Blue Sea.—Courtesy Photo

Theurich rides Deep Blue Sea to Children’s Pony Medal final crown

Broadlands youth Grace Theurich won the 2017 VHSA/EMO Children's Pony Medal final at the 98th annual Warrenton Pony Show, contested June 30 in Warrenton. Theurich rode Cavallo Farm pony Deep Blue Sea to win the finals among a field of 17 riders.

The Loudoun South National All-Star team.—Courtesy Photo

Loudoun South National tops diamond charts

The Loudoun South National League All-Star team recently won the District 16 championship in the ages 8-10 division. Following an early loss, Loudoun South National worked through the loser's bracket to reach the championship game.

The Greater Loudoun Babe Ruth 15U team.—Photo Courtesy/Robert Nelson

Greater Loudoun wins District 9 crown

The Greater Loudoun Babe Ruth 15U team swept Summit Point (W. Va.) in a best two-of-three championship series to win the Virginia District 9 title and earn a spot in the state tournament.

A group of Loudoun International Fencing Club competitors and coaches.—Courtesy Photo

Loudoun fencers compete in national championships

Loudoun International Fencing Club qualified 21 fencers in at least one event for the 2017 National Fencing Championships & July Challenge, held July 1-10 in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Johnny Kidd will play in the National Lacrosse Classic this summer in Richmond.—Courtesy Photo

All-Star lacrosse recognition for Purcellville youth

Johnny Kidd, a rising eighth grader at Blue Ridge Middle School in Purcellville, was recently selected as a 2017 National Lacrosse All-Star. Kidd earned an invitation to attend the National Lacrosse Academy and National Lacrosse Classic, set for July 18-21 at River City Sportsplex in Richmond.

Leesburg Christian School track and field athletes.—Courtesy Photo

Leesburg Christian School athletes make mark on track

Seven athletes from Leesburg Christian School medaled at the Amateur Athletic Union Region 5 Track and Field National Qualifier, contested June 23-25 in Gloucester.

Youth wrestlers develop their skills at the Eagle Wrestling Camp.—Times-Mirror/Art Pittman

Photos: Kids flock to Eagle Wrestling Camp

A group of approximately 60 kids participated in the ninth annual Eagle Wrestling Camp, held June 19-23 at Freedom High School in South Riding. The week-long camp was run by Freedom wrestling coach Greg Northhart, Loudoun County wrestling coach Kent Nagy and a host of Freedom wrestling alumni.

Ashburn native Sophia Kammann made the most of her dual citizenship in March, claiming Luxembourg’s junior ladies’ national figure skating crown at the Coupe du Printemps.—Courtesy Photo

Skating across the pond: Ashburn teen wins junior figure skating crown in Luxembourg

When Ashburn native Sophia Kammann was crowned Luxembourg’s Junior Ladies’ National Champion in March, her family’s pride extended from her home in America across the pond to Europe, to the home of her ancestors, where she was now a champion figure skater.

The Leesburg Revolution 14U fastpitch softball team.—Courtesy Photo

Leesburg Revolution wins fastpitch softball state tournament

The Leesburg Revolution 14U softball team won the Virginia USSSA Fastpitch State Tournament 14U Open championship June 4 at Claude Moore Park in Sterling. The Revolution jumped out to an early lead in the championship game with five hits in the second inning. Lauren Keys struck out three and did not allow an earned run to secure the pitching win.

The Fielder’s Choice 12U baseball team.—Courtesy Photo

Fielder’s Choice wins Kyle’s Kamp baseball tournament title

The Fielder’s Choice 12U baseball team won the Kyle’s Kamp tournament championship May 29. Fielder's Choice scored four runs in the seventh inning to defeat the Virginia Stars 7-4 in the title game.

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