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South County's Kristina Diana (6A), Broad Run's Caroline Kerns (5A), Loudoun County's Emily Littell (4A), Champe's Blair Thompson (3A) and George Mason's Ava Roth (2A) were named players of the year for the Virginia girls' soccer season.

Sixteen different local teams were crowned as state champions during the Virginia jubilees this past weekend, and there was no shortage of drama involved.

With Emily excelling on offense and Allison anchoring the defense, the No. 2 Raiders have outscored teams 65-3.

Bowles among 41 area boys' and girls' basketball players honored across Virginia's six classifications.

Chantilly's Keegan Kelly scored the game-winning goal in overtime of the USA Hockey under-18 AA national championship on March 30.

Anacostia and some of its DCIAA girls' counterparts are trying to improve by beefing up their schedules with private school powers.

After taking a look at the top rushing and passing performances of the 2014 high school football season, we complete our statistical look back with a list of the top individual receiving performances of the season.

The final week of the regular season is here. See which games have the most direct impact on who gets in and who is left out of the Virginia high school football playoffs.

With two weeks remaining in the regular season, it’s time to break down the Virginia playoff picture to see which teams are currently in, which are likely in, and which have work to do.

A list of the stories that defined the year in D.C. area high school sports in 2013-14, as chosen by the staff.

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