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Jabril Engram commits to DIII Green Mountain College.


AUG. 13, 2012- LANDERBEARCATS.COM

Lander men's basketball signs Virginian Chidozie Omile

 

GREENWOOD – Lander head men's basketball coach Jeff Burkhamer announced today (Aug. 13) that Chidozie Omile, a 6-4 wing from Woodbridge, Va., has signed a National Letter of Intent and will join the Bearcats this fall.

Last year as a senior at Hylton School, where he played for Coach Barry Smith, Omile averaged 17 points, 10 rebounds and five assists per game, while shooting 54 percent from the field and 72 percent from the free throw line. He had a season-high 33 points against Osbourne High School and a high 18 rebounds against Brooke Point. He was also selected to play in the prestigious Virginia High School All-Star Game.

"We believe Chidoze will provide an immediate impact on our basketball program," said Burkhamer. "Not many freshmen can come into the Peach Belt and immediately play, but I believe Chidozie will be able to contribute right away.

"(He) is a big wing who can do a variety of things on the court. He runs the floor in transition, scores to 21 feet, is a great rebounder on both ends of the floor, and is a terrific passer."

Omile will be battling for playing time left vacant by All-American Dwight Tolbert.

"Chidozie is a strong, athletic perimeter player," added Burkhamer. "He is also a good student and should excel in the classroom."

Omile hasn't decided on a major yet.

"I feel that I am prepared for college work and look forward to deciding on a major," said Omile. "On the court, I feel that I can solidify the perimeter game and get immediate playing time. I had a number of other schools, including some Division I programs, recruit me, but I felt Lander was the right place for me."

 

MAY. 17, 2012- STEP YOUR GAME UP, LLC

Chidozie Omile signs scholarship with DII Lander University.

 

MAY. 15, 2012-VIVA LOUDOUN/BLOGSPOT.COM

Boys Basketball: Briar Woods 4-Year Standout Tate Commits to Play at Mars Hill College in N.C.


Ashburn (May 15, 2012) - Myles Tate, a 4-year standout at Briar Woods High School, has committed to playing next year at NCAA Division II Mars Hill College located in the Blue Ridge Mountains, 20 minutes north of Asheville, N.C.
 
Falcon coach Mike Benson reports that Tate received a full scholarship and has a shot at taking over the point guard position for the Lions. Tate was the starting point guard for Briar Woods for four years and graduates as the school's all-time leading scorer. Benson: "I am extremely proud of Myles and I think he made a great decision."
 
The school of 1,295 students recently named Rick Scruggs as the new head men's basketball coach. Scruggs  was the associate head coach at Appalachian State following 15 years as head coach at Gardner-Webb University. Mars Hill College plays in the South Atlantic Conference along with Anderson, LMU, Wingate, Newberry, Carson-Newman, Lenoir-Rhyne, Tusculum, Catawba and Brevard.

 

MAY. 10, 2012-CNEAGLES.COM

Benson, Eagles add three to 2012-2013 signing class

 

JEFFRSON CITY, Tenn. – Carson-Newman basketball has signed three student-athletes for the 2012-2013 season, head coach Chuck Benson announced on Thursday. Guard Jay Lane (Manassas, Va.), guard Andrew Barnett (Pigeon Forge, Tenn.) and forward Josh Rogers (Bristol, England) have all signed to play for Benson and the Eagles in the upcoming season. The group joins Knoxville-product Carson Brooks (Knoxville, Tenn./West High School) in this year's class. "I am very excited about this class," Benson said Thursday. "All four of these young men are quality student-athletes and will represent our institution in a first-class manner."

 Lane joins the Eagles as the all-time leading scorer in Osbourn High School history. The combo guard led his team to the Virginia 3A State Quarterfinals in his junior and senior seasons. He was named to the VHSCA 3A All-State First Team and was a three-year co-captain at OHS. His mother, Terry Sutton, played basketball at East Carolina University. "Jay (Lane) is going to be a very versatile player for us," Benson said. "He is a great on-ball defender and is very physical on both ends. He is a good lefty shooter with a smooth stroke from beyond the arc."

Barnett comes to C-N from nearby Pigeon Forge High School where he scored over 1,000 career points and was twice named his team's MVP. He was a two-time all-district selection, and was named all-Region as a senior.

In the classroom, Barnett was a four-year member of the school's honor roll and was involved in Beta Club and Student Government. "Andrew (Barnett) is a long, lean athlete and a tremendous shooter," Benson said." He was a prolific scorer in high school and will build on that here. His athletic ability will surprise a lot of people." Rogers, a 6-7 small forward, comes to C-N from Bristol, England, where he was a standout at Cotham School, averaging 19.5 points, 13 rebounds, and 3.5 blocked shots per game. "Josh is a big perimeter player," Benson said of the Eagles' overseas signee. "He's not a traditional international player though, he's got an Americanized game. He is very skilled on the perimeter, but he attacks the rim off the drive, and is a factor around the rim on defense and offense."

The group joins an Eagle team that returns all of its key pieces from a young squad that went 15-14 this past season, led by All-South Atlantic Conference selections Ishmael Sanders and Antoine Davis, both of whom will be juniors next season. Carson-Newman will also have the services of Division I transfers Odell Parker (Knoxville, Tenn.) and Cody Henegar (South Pittsburg, Tenn.). Parker sat out last season after transferring from Wofford, but has been on campus for a full year and practiced for the Eagles all of last season. Heneger transferred at the semester after playing his first two seasons at the University of North Carolina Greensboro, where he had 12 points against Florida State as a freshman. Both give the Eagles an improved physical presence inside. Parker is a versatile 6-foot-4, 210-pound forward, while Heneger is a 6-9 post with good shooting ability.

Benson enters his third season as head coach of the Eagles this fall. He led the Eagles to their first winning record in four years last season with a team comprised predominantly of underclassmen. 

 

APR. 11, 2011- INSIDENOVA.COM

Forest Park's Dominique Major to sign with St. Francis for men's basketball

By David Fawcett 

A close friend [Jay Jackson] of Dominique Major runs a recruiting service[Step Your Game Up, LLC] and offered to send out tapes (highlight video and player profile) to colleges to attract attention for the Forest Park senior boys basketball player.

About a month ago, one of the tapes caught the eye of St. Francis head men’sbasketball coach Don Friday. A few days later, Friday came down and watchedMajor play in a game and decided he had seen enough. He offered Major right on the spot.

Major wanted to first visit the Pennsylvania school and get a feel for the campus before committing. But after taking his official trip two weeks ago,Major himself decided he had seen enough.

With current St. Francis players texting Major or contacting him throughFacebook, encouraging him to come to the school, Major committed to the Red Flash and will make his choice official Wednesday when he signs his national letter of intent.

“I had a number of different schools from Division III, II and I looking at me,” Major said. “Basically, I was in no rush to make a decision, even when it got down to crunch time. I wanted the best fit for me and my family.”

Major, an all-Cardinal District selection this past season who finished as the area’s leading public schools scorer with a 21.3 points per game average, is expected to play point guard at St. Francis. The program currently has a sophomore starting at that position, but Major is going to be looked at to come in and split time with him.

“My dad [Jay] and I put in a lot of hard work and dedication. That’s one of the big reasons I was able to get this scholarship,” Major said. “Plus, there was the hardwork in the classroom.”

St. Francis plays in the Northeast Conference and last season finished 7-11 in the league and 9-21 overall.

 


Falcon coach Mike Benson reports that Tate received a full scholarship and has a shot at taking over the point guard position for the Lions. Tate was the starting point guard for Briar Woods for four years and graduates as the school's all-time leading scorer.

Benson: "I am extremely proud of Myles and I think he made a great decision."

The school of 1,295 students recently named Rick Scruggs as the new head men's basketball coach. Scruggs  was the associate head coach at Appalachian State following 15 years as head coach at Gardner-Webb University. Mars Hill College plays in the South Atlantic Conference along with Anderson, LMU, Wingate, Newberry, Carson-Newman, Lenoir-Rhyne, Tusculum, Catawba and Brevard.


Baseball: Stone Bridge Freshman J.B. Bukauskas Named Liberty District Pitcher of the Year

Copyright © Steven Holland 2012
 (May 15, 2012) - Stone Bridge High School freshman J.B. Bukauskas has been named the Liberty District Pitcher of the Year in a vote of the coaches after helping the Bulldogs to the top seed in the tough district and a 14-6 overall regular-season record.

Also named first team for Stone Bridge were shortstop Josh Kuzbel, outfielder Brady Orrison and pitcher Tyler Mocabee.

Marshall's Joe McDonald, who has recently been approved as Champe High School's first coach starting in 2012-13, was named the Coach of the Year. Complete selections:

Boys Soccer: Dominion SR Forward Greg Mitchell to Play at Merchant Marine Academy

Sterling (May 15, 2012) - Dominion High School senior forward Greg Mitchell has committed to play soccer at NCAA Division III U.S. Merchant Marine Academy.

The Merchant Marine Academy, based in Kings Point, N.Y., play in the Landmark Conference and went 11-7-1 in the fall, qualifying for their third straight trip to the NCAA tournament. Mitchell will join Briar Woods High School grad Alex Maney, a sophomore forward, on the Mariners roster.

Monday, May 14, 2012

Spring Scoreboard: May 14


Viva Loudoun Spring Scoreboard
(If only we had more turf field in Loudoun!)

Monday, May 14
Baseball
Loudoun Valley vs. Park View (Resume in 4th inning) PPD (moved to 5.16)

Softball
Dominion at Park View PPD (moved to 5.16)

Boys Soccer

Liberty District quarterfinals
No. 8 Marshall at No. 1 Jefferson at Fairfax PPD (moved to 5.15)
No. 5 Stone Bridge at No. 4 McLean at Fairfax PPD (moved to 5.15)
No. 6 Madison at No. 3 South Lakes at Marshall PPD (moved to 5.15)
No. 7 Fairfax at No. 2 Langley at Marshall PPD (moved to 5.15)

Girls Soccer
Liberty District quarterfinals
Stone Bridge 5, Marshall 1
Jefferson 2, Madison 1
McLean 5, Fairfax 4
Langley 4, South Lakes 0


Boys Lacrosse
Dulles Semifinals at Tuscarora
Briar Woods 11, Loudoun Valley 10 (OT)
Dominion 9, Woodgrove 8
Cedar Run Finals at Patriot

Battlefield 14, Broad 2

Girls Lacrosse

Dulles Semifinals at Woodgrove
Woodgrove 19, Tuscarora 7
Loudoun County 12, Loudoun Valley 9
Cedar Run Finals at Patriot

Battlefield 18, Broad Run 6

Boys Tennis

Northwest Region Quarterfinals
Broad Run 5, Riverbend 4
Colonial Forge at Freedom PPD (moved to 5.15)
Stonewall Jackson at Patrick Henry-Roanoke PPD (moved to 5.15)
Albemarle at Woodbridge PPD (moved to 5.15)

Girls Tennis
Northwest Region Quarterfinals
Colonial Forge at Osbourn Park PPD (moved to 5.15)
Riverbend 5, Osbourn 1
Albemarle at Franklin County PPD (moved to 5.15)
Forest Park at Broad Run PPD (moved to 5.15)

Boys Tennis: Broad Run Edges Riverbend in Northwest Region Quarterfinals

(May 14, 2012) - The Broad Run High School boys tennis team advanced to the AAA Northwest Region semifinals with a 5-4 win over Riverbend on Monday. On Wednesday, the Spartans will play the winner of Colonial Forge at Freedom which was postponed until Tuesday.

Broad Run girls match with Forest Park in Ashburn was also pushed to Tuesday due to the wet weather.

Tennis: Dulles District Singles, Doubles Changes

(May 14, 2012) - The Dulles District boys and girls singles and doubles tournaments have been pushed to later in the week with singles at Loudoun Valley High School on Wednesday and doubles at Loudoun Valley on Thursday. On both days action will start with semifinals at 2 p.m. followed by finals.


Wednesday May 16
Boys Tennis
Dulles District Singles at Loudoun Valley, 2 and 5
No. 4 Bill Bouweiri (SO) Loudoun County at No. 1 Alex Chou (SR) Dominion
No. 3 Patrick Nolan (SO) Tuscarora at No. 2 Kyle Mateyov (SO) Briar Woods
Girls Tennis
Dulles District Singles at Loudoun Valley, 2 and 5
No. 4 Linh Pham Nguyen (JR) Park View at No. 1 Sunnie Lampl (SR) Woodgrove
No. 3 Sabrina Kim (FR) Tuscarora at No. 2 Dominique Huynh (FR) Dominion

Thursday May 17

Boys Tennis
Dulles District Doubles at Loudoun Valley, 2 and 5
No. 4 Kyle Mateyov (SO)/Michael Hwang (FR) Briar Woods at No. 1 Alex Chou (SR)/Jake Stapleton (FR) Dominion
No. 3 Patrick Nolan (So)/Nathan Huet (JR) Tuscarora at No. 2 Bill Bouweiri (SO)/Andrew Flynn (JR) Loudoun County

Girls Tennis
Dulles District Doubles at Loudoun Valley, 2 and 5
No. 4 Cheyenne Williams (SR)/Linh Pham Nguyen (JR) Park View at No. 1 Sunnie Lampl (SR)/Lucia Jacangel0 (SR) Woodgrove
No. 3 Tuscarora Sabrina Kim (FR)/Kerryn Beamish (FR) at No. 2 Dominique Huynh (FR)/Kate Gorbach (SR) Dominion

News: All Greenway Tolls Go To Charity on May 17

(May 14, 2012) - The 7th Annual Drive For Charity is just three days from today. On this very important day, tolls collected on the Dulles Greenway on Thursday, May 17th will be donated to local charities and a local scholarship program in an effort to help Loudoun County families and charities.

Lacrosse: Northern Region Boys, Girls Brackets Set

(May 14, 2012) - The 2012 Northern Region boys and girls lacrosse tournament brackets are set with action kicking off Tuesday night:

Boys Soccer: Stone Bridge's Michael Morningstar, Adam Hamdan Make First Team All-Liberty District

(May 14, 2012) - Stone Bridge High School seniors Michael Morning star and Adam Hamdan were name first team all-Liberty District in a vote of the coaches. Thomas Jefferson's Alex Park and McLean's Michael Russo were name Co-Player of the Year and Jefferson's Sean Burke was tabbed as Coach of the Year.

Also for Stone Bridge, Kevin Niero, Ben Lambourne and Abe Yoslov were named second team.

Lacrosse: Dulles District Boys, Girls Semifinals Now Doubleheaders on Turf Fields at Tuscarora, Woodgrove

(May 14, 2012) - The Dulles District boys and girls lacrosse semifinals have been moved to doubleheaders on turf field at Tuscarora and Woodgrove due to wet playing conditions around the county.

At Tuscarora, top seed Briar Woods boys will take on Loudoun Valley at 6 p.m. followed by Dominion vs. Woodgrove at 8 p.m.

At Woodgrove, the top seeded Wolverines will host Tuscarora at 6 p.m. followed by Loudoun Valley vs. Loudoun County at 7:30 p.m.

News: VHSL Revises Proposed Model for 2013-15 with Freedom Moving Down, New High School Champe Moving Up in Classifications

(May 14, 2012) - The Virginia High School League released its latest revised draft model for 2013-25 with two Loudoun schools affected with expected student population shifts when John Champe High School opens in Aldie in the fall.

Champe, classified as 2A in the new proposed six levels of classification, is now up to 3A with a higher student enrollment expected in year one and Freedom High School in South Riding, which will see students shift to the new school, has been moved in the model from 6A, the largest enrollment classification, down to 5A.

Girls Lacrosse: Foxcroft School to Host First Ever State Tournament Game

Middleburg (May 14, 2012) - The Foxcroft School will host its first ever state tournament girls lacrosse game Tuesday as 4th-ranked in the state Foxcroft hosts Fredericksburg Academy in the first round of the Virginia Independent School Athletic Asociation Division II playoffs.

Soccer: Weather Forces Liberty District to Make Changes to Boys, Girls Quarterfinals Schedule


(May 14, 2012) - While homefield advantage may have been hard fought for Liberty District boys and girls soccer teams, the weather wins out as tonight's girls quarterfinals have been moved to doubleheaders on the turf fields at Fairfax and Marshall high schools. The boys schedule from tonight has been shifted to doubleheaders at the same locations Tuesday:


Monday, May 14
Girls Soccer
Liberty District quarterfinals
No. 8 Marshall at No. 1 Stone Bridge at Fairfax, 5 p.m.
No. 5 Madison at No. 4 Jefferson at Fairfax, 7 p.m.
No. 6 Fairfax at No. 3 McLean at Marshall, 5 p.m.
No. 7 South Lakes at No. 2 Langley at Marshall, 5 p.m.

Tuesday, May 15
Boys Soccer
Liberty District quarterfinals
No. 8 Marshall at No. 1 Jefferson at Fairfax, 5 p.m.
No. 5 Stone Bridge at No. 4 McLean at Fairfax, 7 p.m.
No. 6 Madison at No. 3 South Lakes at Marshall , 7 p.m.
No. 7 Fairfax at No. 2 Langley at Marshall, 7 p.m.

Swim: Freedom Senior Nicholas Campbell Signs with College of Charleston

(May 14, 2012) - Freedom High School senior Nicholas Campbell signed his National Letter of Intent last week to swim next year at NCAA Division I College of Charleston.

Campbell is the 8th Loudoun senior swimmer to commit for next year and he is one of 24 Freedom seniors that will move onto the college athletic level, most of any school in Loudoun County.


Swim: Loudoun County Senior Sophie Newton to Swim at Rutgers University

Leesburg (May 14, 2012) - The Loudoun County High School athletic department announced last week that senior Sophie Newton signed her National Letter of Intent to continue her swimming career for Rutgers University.

Raider athletic director Ken Wright: "Sophie is the most decorated swimmer in the history of the swim program at LCHS, holding six individual school records and also being a participant on all three school record holding relay teams. Sophie epitomizes what a high school swimmer should strive to be and we are all very proud to have had her be a part of the Raider Swim program. Congrats to Sophie and her parents."

Sunday, May 13, 2012

Happy Mother's Day!

Happy Mother's Day to all the great mothers in Loudoun and beyond ... this video below goes out to Viva Loudoun Editor Dan Sousa's mom Beth in California! Enjoy your day!


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Girls Soccer: Stone Bridge Juniors Tiernan and Herndon Named Liberty District Co-Players of the Year

(May 13, 2012) - Stone Bridge High School juniors Murielle Tiernan and Ashley Herndon, who combined for 34 goals and 25 assists, while leading the Bulldogs to a perfect 7-0 Liberty District season have been named Co-Players of the Year in a vote of the district's coaches.

Liberty District Girls Soccer 2012: SB Selections
Co-Players of the Year:
Forwards: Murielle Tiernan (Jr) and Ashley Herndon (Jr)

1st Team All-District:
Forwards: Murielle Tiernan (Jr) and Ashley Herndon (Jr)
Midfielder: Gracie DeGooyer (So)
Defender: Corinne Giroux (Jr)

2nd Team All-District:
Midfielders: Erin Leonard (Sr), Emily Lung (Jr), and Imani Ervins (Sr)
Defenders: Emily Person (Jr) and Melanie Smith (Sr)

Honorable-Mention Team All-District
Midfielder: Carson Cyphers (Jr)
Defenders: Ariana Alston (Jr) and Megan Della Penna (So)
Goalkeeper: Natalie Grundler (So)

Saturday, May 12, 2012

Viva Loudoun Spring Scoreboard: May 11


Viva Loudoun High School Sports Scoreboard
(for 6th straight year we have been named regular-season score collecting champions!)

Friday, May 11
Baseball
Heritage 10, Briar Woods 9
Broad Run 7, Battlefield 0
Loudoun County 5, Dominion 4
Freedom 8, Stonewall Jackson 3
Potomac Falls 10, Tuscarora 0
Woodgrove 7, Park View 1
Fairfax 4, Stone Bridge 3
Langley 3, McLean 2
Madison 11, Jefferson 1 (5)
Middleburg 25, Massanutten 0 (5)
Marshall def. South Lakes (need score)
Osbourn 4, Patriot 3


Softball
Briar Woods 10, Heritage 0
Battlefield 14, Broad Run 3 (6)
Loudoun County 6, Dominion 0
Stonewall Jackson 9, Freedom 0
Tuscarora 6, Potomac Falls 5
Woodgrove 10, Park View 0
Stone Bridge 13, Fairfax 0
McLean 9, Langley 5
Marshall 7, South Lakes 4
Madison 11, Jefferson 2
Osbourn vs. Patriot (need score)
Boys Soccer
Stonewall Jackson 1, Freedom 0
Tuscarora 4, Potomac Falls 1
Briar Woods 1, Heritage 1 (OT)
Broad Run 2, Battlefield 1
Loudoun County 2, Dominion 1
Woodgrove 5, Park View 0
Osbourn vs. Patriot (need score)
Girls Soccer
Freedom 7, Stonewall Jackson 0
Tuscarora 2, Potomac Falls 0
Heritage 2, Briar Woods 2 (OT)
Broad Run 0, Battlefield 0 (OT)
Loudoun County 3, Dominion 1
Woodgrove 5, Park View 0
Osbourn vs. Patriot (need score)

Boys Lacrosse
Liberty District Finals
Langley 13, Madison 12

Concorde District Finals
Oakton 9, Westfield 8

Patriot District Finals
Woodson 17, South County 5

Girls Lacrosse 
Liberty Finals
Madison 18, Langley 17

Patriot District Finals
Woodson 14, Lake Braddock 11
Boys Tennis
Dulles District Team Tournament Finals
Loudoun County 5, Briar Woods 1
Northwest Region Tennis
First Round
Broad Run 5, Osbourn Park 0
Albemarle 5, Halifax 0
Colonial Forge 6, Franklin County 0
Girls Tennis
Dulles District Team Tournament Finals
Woodgrove 6, Dominion 3
Northwest Region
First Round
Colonial Forge 5, Patrick Henry-Roanoke 1
Track and Field
Last Chance Invitational at Millbrook
Girls (15 schools)
1, King George 79.50
2, Tuscarora 54
3, Broad Run 48
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5, Dominion 42
8, Woodgrove 36.50
15, Loudoun County 5
Boys (15 schools)
1, Broad Run 81
2, Sherando 57
3, King George 43
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5, Tuscarora 39
6, Dominion 36
13, Woodgrove 14
14, Loudoun County 6
Loudoun Top 3 Finishes

Girls Soccer: Cedar Run Tournament Set


(May 12, 2012) - The Freedom High School girls soccer team with a win Friday emerged from a three team scramble to claim the Cedar Run District regular-season title and an automatic bid to the Northwest Region tournament.

Cedar Run District Girls Soccer Tournament
Quarterfinals - Tuesday May 15
No. 1 Freedom (7-2-1) bye
No. 5 Osbourn (2-9-0) at No. 4 Patriot (5-3-2), 6 p.m.
No. 6 Stonewall (0-10-0) at No. 3 Battlefield (6-2-2), 6 p.m.
No. 2 Broad Run (6-1-3) bye

Semifinals - Wednesday May 16, 6 p.m.
Finals at Patriot - Friday May 18, 4 and 7 p.m.

Boys Soccer: Cedar Run District Tournament Set

(May 12, 2012) - The Freedom High School boys soccer team claimed the Cedar Run District regular-season title and an automatic bid to the Northwest Region tournament.

Cedar Run District Boys Soccer Tournament
Quarterfinals - Tuesday May 15
No. 1 Freedom (7-3-0) bye
No. 5 Battlefield (2-6-2) at No. 4 Broad Run (5-3-2), 6 p.m.
No. 6 Patriot (1-8-1) at No. 3 Osbourn (6-4-0), 6 p.m.
No. 2 Stonewall Jackson (6-3-1) bye

Semifinals - Wednesday May 16
Finals at Patriot - Friday May 18

Softball: Cedar Run District Tournament Brackets


(May 12, 2012) - The Broad Run High School softball team claimed the Cedar Run District regular-season title and an automatic bid to the Northwest Region tournament.

Cedar Run District Softball Tournament
Quarterfinals - Tuesday May 15
No. 1 Broad Run (8-2) bye
No. 5 Patriot (3-7) at No. 4 Stonewall Jackson (5-5), 6 p.m.
No. 6 Freedom (0-10) at No. 3 Battlefield (7-3), 6 p.m.
No. 2 Osbourn (7-3) bye

Semifinals - Wednesday May 16, 6 p.m.
Finals at Patriot - Friday May 18, 4 and 7 p.m.