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As far as pressing all the important buttons, the Bishop O’Connell Knights performed just the way a top seed should execute in winning the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference girls softball tournament.

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There certainly have been plenty of memories – with some not the kind expected – as Emmie Ridgeway had hoped regarding her senior season.

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After winning their first two games of the competition, the top-seed Bishop O’Connell Knights (20-9) lost two straight during the semifinal round and were eliminated from the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference baseball tournament.

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The way it usually works in high-school baseball and softball, is the pitcher gets the sign for which type of pitch to throw from the catcher, who often initially gets that signal relayed from a coach.

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WorldStrides Sports, a provider of educational sports travel and experiences, is partnering with the Arlington Soccer Association to deliver international soccer tours throughout their organization.

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The Wakefield Warriors (7-4) and Washington-Liberty Generals (6-5) split two Liberty District games in girls high-school softball last week, then lost on May 9 in other action.

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The Yorktown Patriots (12-1, 4-0) kept winning big with an 8-0 victory over the McLean Highlanders in Liberty District girls high-school soccer action May 6. The win was Yorktown’s 12th straight.

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It was the 1980-81 season when Pat Deegan began what became a long and highly- successful career as a girls varsity high-school head basketball coach in Northern Virginia.

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With just one game remaining in the regular season, the Yorktown Patriots are playing their best baseball of the high-school season as they make a strong stretch run to finish high in the Liberty District standings.

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Below are standings ending through May 4 games for the Northern Virginia Senior Softball League for the 2022 spring season.

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Picking which team might eventually win the Liberty District and 6D North Region tournament championships in girls high-school softball this spring has grown increasingly more difficult in recent days.

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Behind a strong performance by three pitchers, the Yorktown Patriots nipped the host McLean Highlanders, 2-1, in extra innings April 29 in a key Liberty District high-school baseball game.

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With another strong defensive performance, the Washington-Liberty Generals blanked the host Langley Saxons, 2-0, to remain unbeaten with an 11-0-1 overall record in boys high-school soccer this spring.

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As is typical at the last weekend of the regular season, finish margins between boats were close and race times were fast. VASRA holds two regattas on the last regular season weekend: Al Urquia on the Occoquan and Charlie Butt on the Potomac.

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After more than two weeks without games because of spring break and weather issues, the Bishop O’Connell Knights finally resumed their girls softball campaign by winning two of three games in recent days.

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Below are standings ending April 27 for the Northern Virginia Senior Softball League for the 2022 spring season.

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It took a while, with some anxious moments along the way, but Paul Lewis’s college basketball plans are now firmly established.

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Through some 20 games this season, the Bishop O’Connell Knights have played consistent baseball, highlighted by a spring-break trip to Myrtle Beach where the high-school team won the Division I championship of the Mingo Bay Classic.

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After two summers of abnormal and shortened seasons because of pandemic issues, the 2022 American Legion District 17 baseball campaign is set to return to normal and on schedule with a full slate of games, beginning with opening contests June 2, followed by a full postseason.

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When Vienna Little League held its opening-day ceremony on April 16 for the first time since 2019 (the pandemic canceling the past two), there was something new included during this year’s event.

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The defending state champion Yorktown High School boys lacrosse team improved to 7-2 with blowout victories over Herndon, 15-2, and Dominion, 17-5, for seven straight victories.

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The Ryz Obuchowicz Regatta on April 23 provided spectators with exciting racing in fast tailwind conditions. Woodson, Oakton, Robinson and South County all captured wins in the varsity sweep events (1 oar per rower). With 242 boats entered from 36 schools, this was the largest local regatta …

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