Leesburg (Jan. 2, 2014) – The Loudoun County High School girls volleyball program has been chosen as one of the Top 10 programs in the nation by MaxPreps.com and the Army National Guard. The Raiders went 31-0 in the fall to capture a sixth VHSL state title in the past seven years.
The Raiders volleyball team will be honored at a school-wide assembly on Tuesday, Jan. 7 at 3:15 p.m. where they will receive a trophy and banner commemorating their Top 10 status among 17,000+ high schools in the nation. MaxPreps in choosing County wrote:
“On behalf of MaxPreps.com and the National Guard, we wish to inform you that your girls volleyball team has met the criteria and been selected as an honoree for the 4th Annual MaxPreps Girls Volleyball Tour of Champions presented by the Army National Guard. We wish to officially recognize Loudoun County High School as one of the best volleyball teams in the country by honoring you with the National Guard National Ranking Trophy presentation at a convenient time for your school, preferably in January, if possible. Of more than 17,000 high schools that field varsity volleyball teams, only 10 are being recognized across the United States of America on the 2012-13 MaxPreps Tour of Champions.
On the day of your presentation, MaxPreps and Army National Guard representatives will be on hand to generate excitement, awareness and present you with the official Army National Guard national ranking trophy as part of a tribute to your remarkable season. Overall from our experience, the Tour and presentation is great exposure for the volleyball program, Loudoun County High School, the coaching staff and student-athletes, the fans and community as a whole. However, most importantly, the recognition will be a memorable experience for the student-athletes.”