Loudoun County knocked off Grafton in the Virginia Class 4 championship for the second straight year, winning its eighth consecutive state title.

Led by seniors Hannah Prendergast and Chandler Vaughan, the Raiders swept Grafton in three sets en route to the 13th championship in program history.

While the Raiders dominated their class, they fall just behind Flint Hill in these rankings.

Flint Hill accomplished its goal of winning a triple crown for a third straight year.

“For a high school team to be able to do that with a target on their back every night out, It was very rewarding,” Flint Hill Coach Carrol DeNure said. “They stay focused day in and day out and kept their eyes on their goals.”

Magruder, led by senior outside hitters Maya Scott and Kaliyah Moss, capped an undefeated season by capturing the program’s first Maryland 3A title after beating Northern.

1. Flint Hill (31-1) Last ranked: 1

The Huskies claimed a triple crown, winning the Independent School League, the D.C. Metro City Championship and the Virginia Independent Schools Athletic Association championships.

2. Loudoun County (28-2) LR: 2

The Raiders won their eighth straight title after sweeping Grafton for the Virginia Class 4 championship.

3. St. John’s (33-3) LR: 3

4. Magruder (25-0) LR: 10

5. Holy Cross (27-4) LR: 5

The Tartans’ season ended with a loss to St. John’s in the WCAC championship match.

6. W.T. Woodson (27-5) LR: 7

7. Northwest (14-3) LR: 4

The Jaguars fell to Wootton in the Maryland 4A region semifinals.

8. Briar Woods (22-6) LR: Not ranked

The Falcons won the Virginia 5C Region final but fell to North Stafford in the Class 5 semifinals.

9. Westfield (23-4) LR: 6

The Bulldogs fell to McLean in five sets in the region quarterfinals.

10. Stone Bridge (17-9) LR: 10

Stone Bridge fell to North Stafford in the Class 5 quarterfinals.