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The Madison Warhawks finished second with a 2-1 record at the Seahawk Holiday Classic boys basketball tournament at Hilton Head High School in South Carolina.

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The Langley Saxons hosted and finished third in the multi-team Pat Dulany Invitational wrestling competition Dec. 17. Langley had 143 points. Champion Stone Bridge had 242.5 and runner-up Paul VI Catholic 193.

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The Marshall Statesmen upped their winning streak to five straight with recent victories over the McLean Highlanders and Oakton Cougars to improve to 6-1 in boys high-school basketball action.

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Regularly reading and following local high-school athletic Twitter sites is must-see stuff for those interested in keeping up with the sports of the schools throughout a school year, and even the summer vacation months.

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A week after winning region team championships, the Langley Saxons on the girls side and Oakton Cougars on the boys each finished second at the Virginia High School League’s Class 6 state meets in Leesburg.

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While the Madison Warhawks continued their three-season run of consecutive region-tournament playoff victories, the Langley Saxons and Potomac School Panthers were defeated in other first-round postseason football games on Nov. 11 and 12.

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Their unsuccessful quest to win a seventh region volleyball title likely will be remembered best by the Langley Saxons because of the team’s furious rally that fell a few points short in the five-set championship match.

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The team champions of this fall’s 6D North Region cross country meets were a familiar and frequent perennial power on the boys side and a girls squad that last finished first in such a race more than three decades ago.

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With lopsided victories the night of Oct. 28, the Langley Saxons moved into a tie for first place while the Madison Warhawks clinched at least a share of the championship in the high-school football team’s respective districts.

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With a fast start in the first set, then taking a bit longer in the next two to eventually pull away, the top seed and host Langley Saxons defeated the second-seeded Marshall Statesmen, 3-0, in the championship match of the Liberty District girls volleyball tournament.

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Four teams and two individual runners from the Sun Gazette coverage areas finished first in the Concorde and Liberty district cross country championship meets, all held Oct. 27 on the Burke Lake Park course.

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With scores from 72 to 82, the four Langley Saxons golfers who played in the Girls State Open golf tournament finished in the top 25 individually.

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The Potomac School Panthers and Madison Warhawks won key football games this past weekend to remain in first place in their respective leagues.

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With a 7-5-1 overall record when the week began, the Potomac School Panthers were tied as the No. 8-ranked girls field hockey team in the Division I state private high-school poll.

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By playing well in a practice round the day before on the same course, Alina Ho realized she might be able to do something special the next afternoon when every stroke counted.

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The host Langley Saxons (3-3, 1-1) lost to the Washington-Liberty Generals, 35-21, in Liberty District high-school football action Oct. 7. Langley trailed 28-0 at halftime, before staging a modest rally in the second half.

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With so many adjectives previously used to detail the Langley Saxons’ continuous winning and record-setting success in postseason tournament play, probably the best way to now describe the talented high-school golf team’s most recent achievement is just to list the facts.

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David Fawcett, Sports editor
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