Purcellville, VA (September 23, 2016) – The eighth class of the Loudoun Valley Viking Athletic Association’s Hall of Fame will be inducted on Friday, October 7, during halftime of the Loudoun Valley vs. John Handley Football game. The class of nine inductees includes a retired coach and eight student athletes.
Claudia Hoeltzel Bolen-Sullivan (1964)
Claudia was a member and captain of Valley’s first basketball team and she also was a softball letter winner.
Jeff Jackson (1970)
Jeff was the 1970 Male Athlete of the Year at Loudoun Valley, a 1st team All-District and All-Met basketball recipient and also a track athlete. In later years he served as Valley’s head Varsity Basketball coach.
Dawn Robinette (1986)
Dawn was a 2 sport athlete having participated in Basketball and Softball. She received the Female Athlete of the Year Award and was also the MVP Female Basketball Athlete during her senior year.
Kenny Mallory, Sr. (1989)
Kenny was an outstanding Football and Baseball athlete. During his senior year he received the MVP Awards for both Football and Baseball and was chosen as the 1st Team All-State quarterback.
TJ Dorsey (1999)
TJ was a 1st team All-Region basketball player and a 1st Team Loudoun Times Mirror Shortstop his senior year. In addition, he was a member of Valley’s 1st Regional Basketball championship Team.
Kristen Bailey Heggenstaller (1999)
Kristen was an outstanding soccer athlete. She was chosen as the 1st Team All-State Goalkeeper her senior year and was the Region II Soccer Player of the Year her senior year.
Stephen James Sheehan (2005)
Stephen was the 2005 Male Athlete of the Year at Loudoun Valley where he competed in Football and Track and Field. He was 1st Team All-District, 1st Team All-Region defensive back, and an All-Met recipient. He was Valley’s MVP Track athlete his senior year. He later attended Harvard University where he was a stand-out football athlete.
Jessica Everhart Lloyd (2005)
While a Viking, Jessica was a three time 1st Team All-State Softball Player and a four time All-Met Softball recipient. She was a member of 2 State Championship Softball Teams and she was selected to the Virginia State All-Star Team. She received a full scholarship at Virginia Tech where she was a four year starter on the softball team.
Doug Livesay (Coach)
Doug was the head girl’s track coach at Loudoun Valley from 1983-1993 where his teams won 3 Northwestern District Championships and 4 Loudoun Track and Field Championships. He also served as the head girls’ soccer coach from 1994-2004, where his teams won 2 Northwestern District titles and 1 Region II Championship. He was the head boy’s track coach in 2009-2010 when his team won the Cedar Run District Championship and the VMI Invitational Championship. He also coached freshman and junior varsity football for 8 years while at Loudoun Valley.