By rushing for 2,097 yards on 271 carrier this season, Langley Saxons running back Tre Vasiliadis finished his high-school varsity football career with 4,156 yards (631 carries) and scored 35 touchdowns, including 15 this fall.
The Langley Saxons won the Virginia High School League's Class 6 girls state field hockey championship on Nov. 16 with a dominating 4-1 victory over the Kallam Knights in the title match at South County High School.
All season long, the Langley Saxons knew what they wanted at the end, but the girls field hockey team remained focused on accomplishing the immediate tasks at hand and avoided looking ahead to that ultimate goal.
With bookend victories to their regular season, including a memorable 17-7 final-game home win over their neighborhood rival Langley Saxons on Nov. 8, the McLean Highlanders had a big bounce-back campaign in 2019.
The Madison Warhawks (6-3, 2-1) remained in second place in the Concorde District with a 41-0 home shutout over their neighborhood rival Oakton Cougars on Nov. 1 in high-school football action.
The final 2019 regular-season football game for the host Flint Hill Huskies and Potomac School Panthers on Saturday, Nov. 2 will be a showdown for first place in the Mid-Atlantic Athletic Conference.
With 18-hole scores of 82 and lower, 10 golfers earned berths to play in the Virginia High School League’s Girls State Open Golf Tournament at the Oct. 23 northern zone qualifying event at Laurel Hill Golf Course in Lorton.
In another dominating performance and victory that has become typically consistent, the result was a fourth straight state championship for the talent-rich Langley Saxons.
Is there any area high-school football team that has been involved in more seesaw game so far this season than the Langley Saxons, resulting in some wins and some losses?
CROSS COUNTRY: Marshall High School’s Sophie Tedesco finished third in 19:27 in the girls senior varsity A race at the Pacers Running DCXC Invitational cross country meet at Kenilworth Park in D.C. Marshall’s Paul Bathelon was 15th (21:01) in the same race, helping the Marshall team place eighth.
As has often been the case in recent years, it wasn’t a matter if the talented, deep and dominant Langley Saxons would win the region golf tournament, but by how much.
As expected, the two-time defending champion Langley Saxons carded a low score and had a comfortable lead after the first round of the 6D North Region Tournament, played Oct. 2 at Herndon Centennial Golf Course.
With a 3-1 victory over the Washington-Liberty Generals last week followed by a 3-0 win over the Herndon Hornets, the Langley Saxons (11-4) began the week alone in first place in the Liberty District girls volleyball standings with a 3-0 record.