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

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With one score in the 60s and three in the 70s, the defending champion Madison Warhawks had the first-round lead by carding a 302 team score Sept. 16 in the two-day, 36-hole Concorde District golf tournament at Twin Lakes Golf Course in Clifton.

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The Flint Hill Huskies improved to 2-0 and won their 24th straight game by defeating host St. James, 48-7, on Sept. 14 in Mid-Atlantic Athletic Conference action.

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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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The Oakton Cougars opened their high-school football season with a 30-28 comeback win over the visiting Fairfax Rebels on Aug. 30.

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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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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.

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The Oakton Cougars defeated the host Yorktown Patriots, 15-6, in a recent non-district boys high-school lacrosse match.

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The McLean Highlanders continued a trend of scoring four goals in each of their victories this season with a 4-0 win over their neighborhood rival Langley Saxons on March 29.

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The Langley Saxons and Marshall Statesmen improved their overall records to 4-1 with victories in high-school baseball action March 29.

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With a lot going on, there was much more to report than the final score and stats from the 15th annual Suburban Classic girls high-school basketball competition.

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Through three matches, the Madison Warhawks are off to a high-scoring dominating start in girls lacrosse – scoring 54 goals and allowing only 15.

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The Langley Saxons (2-0) no-hit the Mount Vernon Majors, 11-1, in a five-inning high-school baseball game last week.

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A number of local baseball teams opened their 2019 high-school seasons with lopsided road victories last week.

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With the weather expected to warm and dry a bit this week, three high-school baseball teams that won conference-tournament titles last spring – the Madison Warhawks, Marshall Statesmen and Potomac School Panthers – are scheduled to open their 2019 campaigns.

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For years, including the 2018-19 campaign, girls basketball teams in the Sun Gazette’s coverage areas of Fairfax County have been perennial region contenders and often champions.

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By compiling maybe the best statistical season in program history, Marshall High School center Daniel Deaver was rewarded for his efforts during the 2018-19 boys basketball season.

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The McLean Highlanders defeated the host Oakton Cougars, 77-66, in a recent first-round 6D North Region Tournament boys high-school basketball game.

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Langley High School junior pole vaulter Hannah Richardson continued her domination of the girls event by winning the Virginia High School League's Class 6 state championship in Hampton. Her winning jump was 11 feet.

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The Marshall Statesmen (21-6) began the week with an eight-game winning streak, including a 2-0 record in the boys 6D North Region Tournament to reach the semifinals of that high-school basketball competition.

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With a couple of convincing quarterfinal victories Feb. 22, the defending champion Marshall Statesmen (21-5) and Madison Warhawks (20-5) advanced to the semifinals of the girls 6D North Region Tournament.

Who to Contact


Prince William/Stafford

David Fawcett, Sports editor
  • dfawcett@insidenova.com

Arlington/Fairfax

David Facinoli, Sports editor
  • dfacinoli@SUNGAZETTE.NET


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