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For such an early-season cross country race, Robbie Jenkins and Lila Waters ran faster than expected in finishing second at the annual Monroe Parker Invitational.

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In non-league high-school football games Sept. 10 and 11, four local teams won and three were defeated.

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For years, the Flint Hill Huskies and Potomac School Panthers have been one another’s biggest local high-school football rivals in many ways.

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The third week of the high-school football season for local teams this weekend is unique because none of the squads in the Sun Gazette’s coverage areas are playing district or conference opponents.

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Madison High School baseball coach Mark Gjormand recently was named the Division I Region II Coach of the Year by the American Baseball Coaches Association.

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It was a frustrating loss for the Potomac School Panthers in their Sept. 4 season-opener, because the football team played well enough to win in some areas, not so much in others.

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* After a seesaw early portion of play when the host McLean Highlanders had a couple of seven-point leads, the Marshall Statesmen eventually began dominating with their potent running attack to pull away and win the Liberty District high-school football game, 46-14, Sept. 2.

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Even with losing multiple key players to injuries, the Langley Saxons continued to play and try hard, and held a slight lead for a while against the host Fairfax Lions.

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That maroon-covered and a bit scraped and bruised baseball scorebook that was used by the Sun Gazette staff in recent weeks unfortunately has been stored away for the coming fall and winter.

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After playing just a mere three games combined during the past year because of the COVID situation, the Flint Hill Huskies and Potomac School Panthers high-school football teams are poised to play a full schedule this fall, slated to kick off with Sept. 3 and 4 contests.

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DANNY HOSLEY: Langley High School graduate Danny Hosley was chosen as the baseball Player of the Year in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference for his performance for the Division I Norfolk State University teams this past spring.

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The host and young (only two returning starters) McLean Highlanders were blanked by West Potomac, 30-0, in their Aug. 27 season opener in non-district high-school football action. McLean trailed 10-0 at halftime.

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McLean resident Georgia Thompson, 8, placed fourth in the javelin and 11th in the long jump in the 8-under girls age division at the recent AAU Junior Olympics in Houston.

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With tough running from Nakia Wilson leading the offense and playing stingy and shutdown defense, the host Marshall Statesmen began their 2021 fall football season in the win column.

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For Jack Hoeymans and Zach Perkins, their strong performances during this summer’s local Northern Virginia College League validated what the baseball players previously achieved during the spring’s collegiate campaign.

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The memories of the previous football campaign are still very fresh in the minds of the Madison Warhawks and those involved with the high-school team.

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When the Marshall Statesmen and Washington-Liberty Generals meet Friday, Aug. 27 in the opening game of the 2021 high-school football season, the contest will have added meaning.

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A number of local girls and boys divers recently earned All-America status from the National Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association for their one-meter performances during the different 2020-21 seasons on the high-school and summer levels.

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An Oakton High School relay team recently placed fourth in the 4xMile boys event at the Outdoor National Championships in Eugene, Ore.

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Led by triple race-winner Audrey McKeen and double winners Harrison Busteed and Caden Wilkinson, Vienna’s Westwood Country Club Whirlwinds had 11 first-place finishers overall at the recent Dominion Country Club League’s individual all-star swimming meet.

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The end result was the same, but achieving another league swimming championship was a little harder this summer for Washington Golf & Country Club Lightning.

Who to Contact


Prince William/Stafford

David Fawcett, Sports editor
  • dfawcett@insidenova.com

Arlington/Fairfax

David Facinoli, Sports editor
  • dfacinoli@SUNGAZETTE.NET


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