Flint Hill School girls junior lacrosse players Olivia Hover and Sofia D’Angelo recently made the commitments to play the sport in college at the Division I level.
Since the early spring, all facets of his game have been working well for Kelly Chinn – sound ball striking, consistent accuracy with his clubs and steady putting.
Marshall High School graduate Madeline Ice recently received her plaque from the Northern Virginia Swimming League for being one of the organization's five scholarship award winners for the 2020 summer season. She was selected as the Sportsmanship Scholarship recipient.
FLINT HILL BASKETBALL PLAYERS COMMIT: Flint Hill School basketball players and 2020 graduates Ronald Ayers and Dowar Jioklow will play the sport at the next level at Olympus Prep in New Jersey. Ayers is a guard and Jioklow a forward.
With a team-high .422 batting average, a 2.1 pitching record and a stingy 1.28 earned run average, Braden Huebsch was chosen as Vienna Post 180 Most Valuable Player for the 2020 summer American Legion baseball season.
Twin sisters Christina and Mary Trivisonno, who have helped the Marshall Statesmen win two region high-school championships in the last three years, recently made their commitments to play women’s college basketball at Washington University in St. Louis.
Over a week’s time, and squeezed among multiple weather obstacles, six McLean Little League girls all-star teams at three different age levels played games among one another at the Westmoreland Street complex.
Under strict social-distancing guidelines and other various restrictions, a number of public high-school varsity sports teams in Fairfax County have begun holding limited and occasional outdoor practices in preparation for any potential upcoming seasons during the 2020-21 school year.
There has been a new gymnasium floor at Langley High School the past couple of years. However, not all of the original wooden basketball court has been completely eliminated from that Saxons’ venue.
Langley High School golfers and 2020 graduates Brian Feinstein and Carleton Draughn were two of 38 players from Virginia to receive recent scholarships from the Virginia State Golf Association.
Vienna Little League will hold its first hit-a-thon on Sunday, Sept. 20 from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. on the Nance and Crabtree fields at Yeonas Park. Players league-age 12 for the 2020 spring season and younger are eligible.
Local golfers Siena Ferrick, a Madison High School graduate, and current Oakton High player Alexandra Delgado played in the recent Virginia State Golf Association’s Women’s Amateur Championship at Roanoke Country Club.
Langley High School golfer Kelly Chinn had another strong showing in a summer tournament with a runner-up finish at the Junior Players Championship on the TPC Sawgrass Course in Ponte Vedra, Fla.
If all had gone as planned this summer, and nothing did, the Chesterbrook Tiger Sharks had hoped they would be celebrating another 5-0 season and fifth straight Division 1 championship in the Northern Virginia Swimming League.