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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.

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The host Langley Saxons were defeated by the first-place Yorktown Patriots, 31-7, on Oct. 18 in Liberty District high-school football action.

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Week seven of the football season brought mixed results for local public school teams the night of Oct. 18.

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In high-school golf a team score of 300 is considered very good. Totals anywhere from 300 to 320 are competitive if not winning sums.

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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.

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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?

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The Langley Saxons dominated in winning the recent 36-hole, two-day 6D North Region Tournament play on the Herndon Centennial Golf Course.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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The McLean Highlanders and Oakton Cougars, each winless at 0-10 a year ago, this fall have five victories between the high-school football teams.

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The Margiotta brothers combined for productive games Sept. 20 in the Marshall Statesmen’s 36-33 road win over the West Potomac Wolverines in high-school football action.

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It’s a challenge to determine which of many accomplishments is more impressive regarding the Langley Saxons’ continuing dominance in local high-school golf.

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Emphasizing strong team play over individual accomplishments the Madison Warhawks responded.

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In an offensive shootout with the teams combining for nearly 1,000 total yards, it was a shut-down defensive play in the final seconds that secured a 41-40 home victory for the Langley Saxons on Sept. 13.

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With victories about three hours apart, the Potomac School Panthers and Marshall Statesmen evened their records at 1-1 Sept. 6 in high-school football action.

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With a team score of 291, the Langley Saxons won an 18-hole golf tournament Sept. 3 at Fawn Lake Country Club near Fredericksburg.

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As expected, the Langley Saxons ran the ball well in their season opener to the tune of 196 yards on the ground.

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With their full lineup of players for basically the first time this season, the Langley Saxons recorded maybe their lowest 18- and 36-hole team scores in the program’s much accomplished history to win their third tournament already of the 2019 high-school campaign.

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The Langley Saxons continued to display their golfing talents by winning a tournament and finishing second in another on consecutive days Aug. 14 and 15.

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Already a star and state-champion high-school golfer for the Langley Saxons, Kelly Chinn also continues to establish himself as a top summertime junior player.

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It wasn’t the type of start the Langley Saxons were accustom to during their recent championship run of strong and stingy play.

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The Langley Saxons on the girls side and the Madison Warhawks on the boys left no doubt they were the best Class 6 lacrosse team in the state this spring by running the table with perfect playoff records of 8-0.

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The same formula keeps working and winning for the Langley Saxons, and has the girls high-school softball team in the semifinals of the state tournament.

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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.

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