Having been blown out by the Yorktown Patriots a few days earlier, the Washington-Liberty Generals turned the tables on their Arlington rival, winning 66-61 Feb. 25 in a quarterfinal game of the 6D North Region boys high-school basketball tournament.
Led by the Yorktown Patriots' Victoria Huske and her girls team's second-place finish, there were multiple standout performances involving Arlington participants during the Virginia High School League's Class 6 state swimming championship finals.
Behind a hot-shooting night that added up to 14 three-pointers and a single-game season high for points, the visiting Yorktown Patriots routed the No. 2 seeded Washington-Liberty Generals, 98-73, in a Feb. 18 semifinal game of the Liberty District boys basketball tournament.
A number of high-school swimmers from Arlington teams competed in the championship finals of the 6D North Region swimming championships the night of Feb. 15 at Oak Marr pool in Oakton.
A pair of standout swimmers were the stars from Arlington the night of Feb. 15 during the final races of the 6D North Region swimming and diving high-school championships.
With a season-best performance from start to finish, as expected but not guaranteed, the Washington-Liberty Generals repeated as the 6D North Region girls gymnastics champions.
The points kept accumulating in various events for the Washington-Liberty Generals and Yorktown Patriots, who wound up finishing second and third, respectively, in the girls and boys 6D North Region track and field championships.
By scoring their 51 points in three events, the Washington-Liberty Generals were the leaders after the first day of the girls 6D North Region track and field championships.
Some 200 were in attendance for a Feb. 5 ceremony in the Yorktown High School cafeteria when 20 senior student/athletes from the school announced and were recognized for where they will play sports in college.
The Yorktown Patriots club ice hockey team (6-2-1) is in second place in the Norris Division and tied for fourth overall in the Northern Virginia Scholastic Hockey League standings.
All-around champion Sophie Gamboa of the Wakefield Warriors and runner-up Grace Chen of the Washington-Liberty Generals helped their girls gymnastic teams win district titles in recent days.
With seven first-place finishes and four seconds, the Yorktown Patriots dominated and won this year's Liberty District girls swimming and diving high-school championship.
The Washington-Liberty Generals and Yorktown Patriots participated in the Liberty District duals at South Lakes High School on Jan. 25 in what served as a warmup meet for the upcoming district championship.
Yorktown High School senior defensive end John Pius on defense and junior wide receiver Max Patterson on offense were chosen second-team all-state in the Virginia High School League’s Class 6 category.
In a large multi-team meet that was reduced to just three Arlington schools because of weather issues on Jan. 17, the host Washington-Liberty Generals blue team won the annual Barbara Reinwald Gymnastics Invitational with a 105.55 point total to finish ahead of W-L White (99.95), the Yorktow…
TRACK & FIELD: Washington-Liberty High School athletes had strong showings, with a number of victories, at the recent Liberty Premier Invitational at Liberty University.
In the Wakefield Warriors’ 81-59 win over the Lee Lancers, Xavier Evans had 22 points, DeAndre Parker 17 and Treyvon Todd 12 in boys high-school basketball action.
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