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They didn’t get to play their much-anticipated final season of high-school baseball on the same team with the McLean Highlanders because the spring sports campaigns were canceled because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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After nearly three months without any competition, Langley High School golfer Kelly Chinn will be very busy playing tournaments for the next few months.

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The Website is complete for the inaugural eight-team Northern Virginia Collegiate Baseball League that is expected to begin with games Thursday, July 2.

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Information on high-school athletics in the last few weeks for Potomac School and Langley High.

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The morning of Saturday, June 20 was expected to have been a noisy time filled with neighborhood activity and excitement as the outdoor summertime swimming season would be beginning across the local areas.

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Oakton High School graduate Brent Willess, now age 31, successfully swam the English Channel in recent months. His time was the fastest by an American in 2019.

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The plan was ready to go: Brent Willess would hold a light workout and have a small and easily digestible meal on a Tuesday evening before embarking on an epic crossing of the English Channel the following morning.

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Marshall High School recently held a “virtual” college signing and commitment ceremony, in which 20 senior athletes planning to participate in college sports in the 2020-21 school year were recognized.

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Sports fans can be very different. Some watch and follow for the action and personalities of the games and events, maybe hoping to get the occasional autograph or catch a foul ball.

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The Hot Wings team of the new Northern Virginia Collegiate summer baseball league includes multiple players and the head coach from the Sun Gazette coverage areas.

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Many of the head and assistant coaches leading teams in the July inaugural eight-team Northern Virginia College Baseball League have local connections within the Sun Gazette coverage areas of McLean, Vienna and Oakton.

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Multiple girls and boys senior basketball players from high schools in the Sun Gazette coverage areas were recognized in some manner for their performances during the 2019-20 season by the popular Website Novahoops.com.

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The Husel Hockey Club of Northern Virginia, which includes local players, recently had girls teams win three field hockey national indoor championships at different age levels.

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Two of the three local Little Leagues in the Sun Gazette’s coverage areas canceled their 2020 spring seasons in recent days, with McLean Little League still hoping to play some type of regular season for baseball and girls softball teams in June and July.

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There were 10 McLean High School athletes who received the annual Angus Award this spring for lettering in eight or more sports during their time at the school.

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If any actual local sporting events are ever held this summer – whether baseball or softball games or swimming and diving meets – don’t expect the competitions to look normal.

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Halle Duenkel isn’t complaining, and the senior demonstrates a mature perspective on what became a tough-luck spring sports season for the James Madison University women’s lacrosse player.

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The names of the teams, the coaches, players, rosters and the July 2 starting date have all been finalized for the inaugural short-season five-week Northern Virginia College Baseball League.

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Live events have been held online all over, so yes, there has been some bit of a local spring high-school sports season.

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Langley High School recently held a “virtual” college commitment ceremony on YouTube, during which 23 senior athletes planning to participate in college sports in the 2020-21 school year were recognized.

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Going forward, the 2020 spring high-school sports season always will be remembered and referred to as the campaign canceled because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Five of the seven senior basketball players chosen first team on  the Sun Gazette’s 2019-20 girls and boys high-school selections have committed to play in college this coming winter.

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He wasn’t expecting any package, so when one arrived on the doorstep of his home, Clay Buckley was confused.

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For 30 years, Glen Cordell was a mainstay of Vienna Babe Ruth, serving as the league’s quartermaster as well as doing many other services to keep the league running.

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POTOMAC SCHOOL’S TYSON TO STEVENSON: Potomac School senior quarterback J.T. Tyson announced that he will play college football at Division III Stevenson University in Maryland for the upcoming fall season.

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It’s a holding pattern right now for local Little League districts, as they wait a bit longer to decide what to do with the 2020 seasons.

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First, she was a dominating championship pitcher in the McLean Little League girls softball program, then later in high school the same for the Bishop O’Connell Knights.

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Following is a college roundup of high-school graduates from the Great Falls, McLean, Oakton and Vienna area.

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David Fawcett, Sports editor
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David Facinoli, Sports editor
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