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The Louisa Lions volleyball team opened their Jefferson District play with a pair of wins, defeating the Charlottesville Black Knights and the Orange County Hornets before hosting non-district rival Chancellor.

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Fans who came out to The Jungle to see a highly competitive football game Friday night were not disappointed. The Louisa Lions squared off against probably one of the toughest teams on their schedule, the Massaponax Panthers, battling the Class 6 powerhouse to a 28-27 victory.

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Tommy Nelson and Dicky Purcell talk with Louisa County head football coach Will Patrick about the highlights from the Lions' 28-27 victory over Massaponax, and look ahead through the Lions' bye week to the beginning of Jefferson District action on Sept. 27. Music - Welcome to the Show by Ke…

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Less than a week after battling the Caroline Cavaliers through five sets at home, the Louisa Lions’ volleyball team got a second chance, traveling to Caroline High School on Sept. 4. This time, the Lions emerged victorious, defeating the Cavaliers 3-1 to score their first win of the season.

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The Louisa Lions cross country team kicked off its season with the Ragged Mountain Cup race at Panorama Farms in Earlysville on Aug. 27.

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With their first game of the year behind them, the Louisa Lions football team looks to the next big milestone of the season: The first home game.

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Tommy Nelson, Dicky Purcell, Byron Mehlhaff and Joseph Haney sit down with Louisa Lions head football coach Will Patrick to break down the Lions' 39-6 victory over the Courtland Cougars, and look ahead to this week's home opener against the Chancellor Chargers. Music - Welcome to the Show b…

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A new fitness instructor is making a name for herself at the Betty J. Queen Center.

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Football season is once again upon us, as the Louisa Lions gear up to take on the Courtland Cougars in the annual Big Cat Classic.

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Tommy Nelson and Joseph Haney sit down with Louisa County head coach Will Patrick to talk about the 2019 Lions football team and their upcoming season opener against the Courtland Cougars in the annual Big Cat Classic Music - Welcome to the Show by Kevin McLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed u…

Horses, ponies and riders gathered at the home of Millie Goodwin on Monrovia Road on Aug. 17 for the 79th annual Belmont Horse Show. 

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The Louisa Lions football team lost a large senior class after the 2018 season, but the Lions are again a senior-heavy team this year, with 23 of the 46 players on the roster entering their final season of Louisa football.

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The Louisa Lions are returning to the court in preparation for the 2019 volleyball season. The Lions return four players from last year’s squad and boast a large crop of first-time varsity players.

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The Louisa Lions’ golf team is in a pretty good position as they tee off for their 2019 season. The team boasts seven players, including four returning starters from last season.

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The Louisa Lions’ football team is getting down to business. The team took the field for their first practice of the season on Aug. 1.

The Louisa Gators closed its 2019 season at the Jefferson Swim League championship meet held at University of Virginia’s Aquatic and Fitness Center July 26 and 27. The Gators scored 880 points during the two-day event, placing 13th out of 17 teams. 

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Louisa’s Major All-Star baseball team represented District 14 in the Virginia Little League state tournament in Abingdon last weekend. The tournament opened with a round-robin-style pool play round beginning on July 19.

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The Louisa Gators closed out their regular season on July 17 with a home meet against the Fluvanna Area Swim Team. A late afternoon thunderstorm delayed the start of the meet, but didn’t slow the Gators down as they went on to win, outscoring FAST, 502-381.

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The Louisa Gators returned to their home pool at the Betty J. Queen Intergenerational Center for a home meet against Culpeper Country Club Barracudas on July 11. Both teams gave their all at the competition, with the visiting team eking out a one-point victory over the Gators, 516-515.

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One member of the Louisa Lions’ baseball team recently received an opportunity to show his skills in a national tournament this summer.

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Louisa’s Major baseball team wrapped up its run at the District 14 title in style, defeating Culpeper 12-1 on Luck Field in Mineral on July 2. The win earns the team a spot in the Virginia Little League state tournament next week.

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The Louisa Gators swim team competed in its first away meet of the season last week against the Greene Hills Gators at Greene Hills Golf and Swim Club in Stanardsville.

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Two of Louisa’s all-star baseball teams have captured District 14 championship titles and have earned a spot in the state tournament, and a third is one win away from doing the same.

Little League tournaments are in full swing, with the majority of Louisa’s all-star teams beginning their District 14 championship tournaments, and one wrapping theirs up.

Louisa Little League’s 7-9 year-old all-star baseball team played the first games of their double-elimination tournament this weekend in Gordonsville.

The Louisa Gators swim team hosted its 2019 season opener at the Betty Queen Intergenerational Center on June 12. The Gators competed against the Fluvanna Aquatic Sports Team and the Charlottesville Elks. Though the teams didn’t garner points for a team score, but the Gators scored a number …

Louisa Little League’s 7-9 year-old all-star baseball team played the first games of their double-elimination tournament this weekend in Gordonsville.

Two of Louisa’s track and field athletes traveled to Greensboro, North Carolina to compete in the New Balance National Outdoor Track Championship on June 13-16.

The LA Elite youth basketball team traveled to Lynchburg to compete in the TeamLoaded Shooters Ball tournament on June 8. The eighth-grade team battled injuries among their starting lineup throughout the tournament, ending the day with a 1-2 record.

John O’Toole, one of two skiers from Lake of the Woods Adaptive Foundation’s waterskiing program who attended, takes a run of the slalom course during the Buskey Cider Cup on June 8.Photo submitted by Corey Vaughn.

Louisa’s tennis players wrapped up their season at the Virginia High School League Region 4B individual singles and double regional tournaments on May 23 and 28.

Austin Mills grapples with an opponent during a home meet in his senior season. He hopes to continue the success he had at Louisa in college and will be wrestling for the Southern Virginia University Knights beginning in the 2019-20 season.File Photo.

Sarah Seay (l) races toward a season best time of 11:50.61 in the 3,200-meter run at the Virginia High School League Class 4 state championship meet on June 1.Photo by Chris Campbell.