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REGION TRACK AND FIELD CHAMPS: Madison High School’s Kevin Murphy won the boys 1,600-meter race in 4:26.29 at the 6D North Region indoor track and field championships. Murphy was the only local winner in the boys meet.
Not only did Loranzo Rajaonarivelo win a state championship on Feb. 16, the senior became the first Wakefield High School wrestler in 40 years to achieve that significant milestone.
Marshall High School’s Luke Munna won the 145-pound weight division at the 6D North Region Wrestling Tournment, compiling a 4-0 record that included three pins and a 4-3 decision in the championship match. Munna’s pins came in 2:10, 1:53 and 53 seconds.
With three champions and seven second-place finishers, the Washington-Lee Generals won the Liberty District high-school wrestling championships with 191 points on Feb. 2.
Matt Michel had battled elbow soreness for a number of years. But as he prepared to make his Battlefield High School varsity pitching debut Thursday against visiting Forest Park, the senior right-hander felt good.
After serving the past three seasons as the football team's defensive coordinator, Neil Sullivan is North Stafford High School's new head football coach. The Stafford County School Board approved the hire Tuesday night.
When Anthony Mills came to Colonial Forge this season after coaching King George, he said he knew there would be some ups and downs as he sought to change the culture of the program after three rather lean years for the Eagles.
When Apryl Stahl began contacting colleges, she looked primarily at schools in Pennsylvania and Virginia so she could stay closer to home.
The Virginia High School League’s executive committee voted down a proposal Wednesday 3-29-1 to eliminate out-of-season practices for high school sports.
GENERALS WIN ICE HOCKEY RIVALRY MATCH: In the all-Arlington post-playoff ice hockey county rivalry match March 15, the Washington-Lee Generals concluded what was already a championship season with a 4-2 victory over the Yorktown Patriots in front of a large and vocal crowd, including two lar…
75 years of football
Before Prince William County public schools fully integrated in 1966, African Americans competed in football in Prince William County as far back as 1915 for the Manassas Industrial School.
Trey Shepard’s mind wandered as he walked to the mound for his first start of the season. Pa… Read more
Josh Square grappled with the enormity of the moment as he stood with Hampton University men… Read more