Fourteen Loudoun County High Schools Named to VHSL 2022-23 Winter Sportsmanship Honor Roll

The Virginia High School League (VHSL) recognized 14 Loudoun County high schools as part of its 2022-23 Winter Sportsmanship Honor Roll. This winter, more than 3,900 athletes and 550 coaches participated in approximately 2,884 competitions on 179 teams. According to VHSL, member schools cannot have a player or coach ejected from any competition to qualify for this honor. Additionally, no athletic program can be placed on a warning status. 

The 14 Loudoun County schools are:

  1. Briar Woods High School

  2. Broad Run High School

  3. Dominion High School

  4. Freedom High School

  5. John Champe High School

  6. Lightridge High School

  7. Loudoun County High School

  8. Loudoun Valley High School

  9. Park View High School

  10. Potomac Falls High School

  11. Riverside High School

  12. Stone Bridge High School

  13. Tuscarora High School

  14. Woodgrove High School

“I’m proud of our high schools for their achievements and making the VHSL Sportsmanship Honor Roll. Positive sportsmanship plays an important role in education and is an essential skill to prepare our students for success in the future. Our athletes display composure, fairness and respect. It’s no surprise to me that many of our high schools received one of VHSL’s highest honors,” stated Dr. Daniel Smith, LCPS Acting Superintendent.

For more information about VHSL or the Sportsmanship Honor Roll, visit the VHSL website.

Published May 15, 2023