The Madison Warhawks won the 6D North Region Tournament championship in boys high-school lacrosse last week by defeating visiting Patriot, 14-13, in the seesaw title game.
The Madison Warhawks came out on the short end of a 1-0 score against the visiting South Lakes Seahawks in the championship game of the boys 6D North Region Tournament.
The Madison Warhawks possessed the ball last. So it made sense the boys high-school lacrosse team would win the seesaw championship game of the 6D North Region Tournament - a contest that produced 10 lead changes and nine ties.
Based on early season struggles and last spring’s losing overall record, the Langley Saxons would have to be considered some type of Cinderella story in winning this spring's girls 6D North Region Tournament softball championship.
Their defense-first formula is working for the Marshall Statesmen and has the girls high-school softball team in the region championship game for the initial time in program history.
The girls soccer season ended for the defending champion Madison Warhawks (12-4-1) with a 6-1 quarterfinal loss to the host Yorktown Patriots in the 6D North Region Tournament.
With a 2-1 quarterfinal victory over the visiting Yorktown Patriots last week, the Madison Warhawks (13-1-2) advanced to this week’s semifinals of the boys 6D North Region Tournament.
The seasons ended for the dual-district baseball champion McLean Highlanders (17-6) and Marshall Statesmen (16-7) the night of May 24 with quarterfinal losses in the 6D North Region Tournament
Sparked by an individual championship from Lily James in the 800-meters (2:15.74), the girls track and field team at the Oakcrest School finished second in the Division II private-school state meet.
Between the girls neighborhood and conference softball rivals, the Flint Hill Huskies and Potomac School Panthers accomplished quite much during the 2019 high-school season.
Their bats keep busting games open and now the McLean Highlanders have a Liberty District Tournament baseball championship as a result of that consistent season-long offensive production, in addition to a 12-game winning streak.
Behind five goals from Molly Finlay, the top seed Flint Hill Huskies won the Independent School League A Division Tournament championship with a 13-8 win over Sidwell Friends on May 11 in the title match.
The No. 2 seed Flint Hill Huskies (16-10) finished second in the Mid-Atlantic Athletic Conference baseball tournament, losing to top-seed and host St. James, 8-5, in the May 11 high-school title game.
The 10-to-20-minute pregame events usually are held toward the end of regular seasons for the majority of high-school sports teams, honoring the seniors for their contributions.
A nice comeback. After a 1-4 start to the 2019 high-school baseball campaign, the McLean Highlanders figured things out and caught fire to finish the regular season with a 15-5 record, a 10-game winning streak and first place in the Liberty District.
College decisions, decisions, decisions. It’s that time of year when many high-school student/athletes make their final choices about where they will study and play sports at the next level, if they choose to attend.
The defending state champion Madison Warhawks (14-3) had a busy week, playing three games, including a 2-1 home victory over previously undefeated Stone Bridge in girls high-school softball action.