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State champions Madison and Stone Bridge combine to put six players on VHSL all-state teams.

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  • Jul 2, 2015
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Standing at 6 feet 4, 300 pounds, rising senior is latest Stone Bridge lineman to commit to a Division I school.

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.

A recap of the most memorable stories from the 2014-15 Washington area high school sports 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.

Stone Bridge's Mickey Thompson, Briar Woods's Charlie Pierce and Tuscarora's Mike Burnett among coaches heading up camp for budding players.

Here's a look at the big games coming up for area schools in the VHSL softball and lacrosse playoffs.

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.

Bulldogs junior QB commits to the 49ers following a recent unofficial visit.

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