The Washington-Liberty Generals played a recent girls high-school volleyball match against the host Langley Saxons in Liberty District action. Langley won, 3-1. The teams meet again Oct. 10.
The defending Liberty District Tournament girls volleyball champion Washington-Liberty Generals are off to a 9-1 start this season, and began the week with a 2-1 record in league play.
An already highly-accomplished basketball career now begins a new chapter for Faith Randolph, who recently was named the head girls varsity coach at Washington-Liberty High School.
From the opening kickoff, good things occurred for the Bishop O'Connell Knights and continued throughout the Sept. 21 game, resulting in a dominating 49-10 rout over John Paul the Great in a non-conference high-school football contest.
In thrilling fashion, and for the third year in a row, the Wakefield Warriors defeated the Washington-Liberty Generals in an all-Arlington high-school football clash.
Jamar Hicks is so excited about being hired as Wakefield High School’s new head girls basketball coach he has hit the ground running as far as preparation for the start of practice in November, then the season on Dec. 6.
Led by a fourth-place individual finish by Benjamin Newfield, the Yorktown Patriots placed second in the 36-hole Liberty District golf tournament at Hidden Creek Country Club in Reston.
Arlington County officially re-opened the diamond field at Gunston Park on Saturday, Sept. 14, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony that featured officials from the county and the Arlington sports community.
Now that there are actual banners and information to display about the inductees, the next big hurdle is finding a permanent home for the Arlington Sports Hall of Fame.
Through the first two games of the 2019 high-school football season the Yorktown Patriots are perfect at 2-0 with as many shutouts and scoring 40 or more points in each contest.
Arlington cyclists Alex Kasch of D.C Velo Development Cycling and Toby Klein of Kelly Benefit Strategies/Lateral Stress Velo participated at the Green Mountain Stage Race 2019 in Vermont over Labor Day weekend.
The Arlington Sports Hall of Fame held a ceremony on Sept. 5 to show off its first physical display of its 50 inductees with retractable banners at Arlington's Central Library.
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