By Kyle Gotimer LoCoSports Managing Editor [twitter-follow screen_name=’KyleGotimer42′] Sterling (October 12, 2015) – In one of the best matchups between two Loudoun County teams you’ll see all year, undefeated Tuscarora High School travelled to Sterling to take on 4-1 Potomac Falls High School on October 9 in the LoCoSports’ Game of the Week. The Huskies continued their undefeated reign advancing to 7-0 with their come-from-behind, 21-20, win over the Panthers. “I think people anticipated another kind of game, but we certainly knew we were in for a tough game,” Tuscarora head coach Mike Burnett said. “It’s a tough matchup for…
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By Kyle Gotimer LoCoSports Managing Editor [twitter-follow screen_name=’KyleGotimer42′] Ashburn (September 28, 2015) — Nearly six months ago, Ashburn fell victim to the loss of Madison Small: a beloved friend, teammate and classmate. On Friday night, September 25, two Ashburn teams met to play a game in her honor. Broad Run – Small’s school – came out on top beating crosstown rival Briar Woods, 31-24. Before the game, the stadium fell quiet for a moment of silence in respect to the Small family. Broad Run – backed by their Maroon Crew – took advantage of their first drive scoring the game’s…
[twitter-follow screen_name=’KyleGotimer42′] By Kyle Gotimer LoCoSports Assistant Editor Leesburg (May 21, 2015) – Tuscarora High School sophomore outfielder Jules Carter hit a three-RBI triple in the bottom of the fourth to secure her team’s 13-1 victory over the Freedom High School Eagles in a Conference 14 quarterfinal on May 20.
[twitter-follow screen_name=’KyleGotimer42′] By Kyle Gotimer LoCoSports Assistant Editor Ashburn (March 1, 2015) — 50. He scored 50. On Saturday night, Thomas A. Edison High School was set to play Stone Bridge High School in a boys basketball match up in a VHSL 5A North region quarterfinal. Stone Bridge senior guard Jason Jolly gave every fan in attendance a show they won’t ever forget in his team’s, 88-83, come-from-behind victory.
[twitter-follow screen_name=’KyleGotimer42′] By Kyle Gotimer LoCoSports Assistant Editor Leesburg (Feb. 7, 2015) – Led by senior Courtney Walker, the Heritage High School varsity gymnastics team earned the Conference 21 gymnastics title in front of a home crowd in Leesburg on Feb. 4. “I wasn’t really expecting this cause last year Heritage wasn’t supposed to win but coming in here tonight we knew we had a chance at winning,” Walker said. “We came in with a good attitude, and we finished in first which has never happened for Heritage.”
Leesburg (Feb. 7, 2015) – Loudoun Valley High School junior Helen Sternberg and freshman McKenna Magoffin were the driving force behind the Lady Vikings’ Conference 28 gymnastics title in Leesburg on Feb. 4.