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.
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.
Chantilly won its third straight Conference 5 crown, Washington-Lee won its first conference title in eight years, and Lake Braddock upended W.T. Woodson in Conference 7.
Nine players from Bruins and state-champion Wildcats earn All-State nods.
Defensive backs M.J. Stewart, D'Andre Payne and Jalen Tabor are among the area recruits who elected to enroll early at their respective schools.
PREVIEW | Dozens of the area's top football stars will sign National Letters-of-Intent Wednesday. Here's a look at some of the big names set to make it official.
Yorktown athlete and repeat All-Met M.J. Stewart will enroll early at the University of North Carolina
Four teams hit hard by graduation will look to reload and remain strong contenders within the area.
After opting to not play high school basketball as a junior due to health concerns, former Yorktown guard Mikayla Venson still found plenty of college suitors this year. On Sunday, she chose Virginia.
Yorktown All-Met running back-defensive back M.J. Stewart, one of the most explosive players in the area last fall, has orally committed to North Carolina.