The season ended for the Yorktown Patriots (14-8) with a 16-12 semifinal loss to the host Madison Warhawks in a girls semifinal match of the Virginia High School League’s Class 6 state tournament.
The Sun Gazette’s coverage areas were hotbeds for girls high-school softball this spring, as multiple teams had outstanding seasons in addition to impressive overall records.
Having enough talent wasn't a question back in March when the Yorktown Patriots began what would become their second state championship season in three years. There was scads of ability. Those unknown concerns regarded would the team mesh and find the proper manner in which to play together …
W-L CREW EIGHTH AT NATIONALS, SECOND IN CANADA: With strong sprints throughout the competition, the Washington-Lee High School girls varsity eight shell finished second in the petite final, which was good for eighthplace in the country, at the Scholastic Rowing Association of America’s natio…
It’s on to the state-tournament semifinals for the Yorktown Patriots where they will face another unbeaten nationally-ranked girls soccer team in a June 7 final-four contest.
Led by some individual winners, including a rare tie for first, the Washington-Lee Generals and Yorktown Patriots each finished third in the girls and boys 6D North Region track and field high-school championship.
Arlington leaders appear disinclined to re-invent the wheel when it comes to placement of a proposed boathouse along the Potomac River in Rosslyn.
The Yorktown Patriots won a recent seven-on-seven high-school passing league football championship, led by coach Becky Bonzano. The Patriots defeated their regular-season Liberty District rival South Lakes, in the title game.
There weren’t a substantial number of runs scored, but there was plenty involved in the host Yorktown Patriots’ first-round victory over Osbourn Park in the 6D North Region Tournament.
The best lacrosse season in program history continued for the Washington-Lee Generals when the girls high-school team won its first two games of the 6D North Region Tournament to advance to the semifinals.
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