Author: Lorallye Partlow

Lorallye Partlow is a student at Virginia Commonwealth University and graduate of at Woodgrove High School in Purcellville. When she is not behind the lens, Lorallye is keeping stats, cheering on her favorite teams and participating in church and Girl Scout activities. Lorallye strives to capture those fleeting moments and tell a story with each photo she takes.

Purcellville, Va. — Loudoun Valley High School senior Kylie Leigh has made a commitment to continue her academic and lacrosse career at Lynchburg University starting in the 2020-2021 academic year. “I chose Lynchburg because the minute I stepped on campus I felt at home,” Leigh said. “The coach also stood out to me because from the moment I met him he showed true compassion and determination, and that’s something I look for in a coach as they will be a big part of your student-athlete life.” Before their 2020 season was cut short due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Lynchburg head…

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Ashburn, Va. — The Fall 2019 All-LoCo student-athletes met at Cheers Sports in Ashburn on December 18 for the All-LoCo photo shoot. Lorallye Partlow photographed the event and posted this photo gallery! Here are the full team lists, in case you missed them… https://www.locosports.info/2019/12/13/boys-cross-country-2019-cheers-and-locosports-all-loco-team-selected/ https://www.locosports.info/2019/12/07/girls-cross-country-2019-cheers-and-locosports-all-loco-team-selected/ https://www.locosports.info/2019/12/14/field-hockey-2019-cheers-and-locosports-all-loco-team-selected/ https://www.locosports.info/2019/12/15/football-2019-cheers-and-locosports-all-loco-team-selected/ https://www.locosports.info/2019/11/24/golf-2019-cheers-and-locosports-all-loco-team-selected/ https://www.locosports.info/2019/12/04/volleyball-2019-cheers-and-locosports-all-loco-team-selected/

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Aldie, Va. — John Champe High School senior catcher Jaden Keuhner has decided to further his academic and athletic careers at Division III Washington and Lee University beginning in the 2020-2021 school year. “I’ve never had enough of the sport, and I don’t think I ever will,” Keuhner said. “The thing that keeps me motivated is knowing that I play a game that so many people aren’t as fortunate to be able to play.” Drawn to the outdoor centered facilities and weight room, Keuhner felt a sense of belonging at Washington and Lee. “I chose Washington and Lee because it’s…

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