The defending champion Yorktown Patriots (15-3) are 2-0 in the 6D North Region girls field hockey tournament and will play for the 2022 title tonight at 7 p.m. in a home match against the undefeated and Concorde District tournament champion South Lakes Seahawks (20-0).
The Bishop O’Connell Knights ended regular-season play with a 4-0 road victory over St. Mary’s Ryken in a Washington Catholic Athletic Conference match.
The Langley Saxons, Madison Warhawks and Oakton Cougars made strong showings in district field hockey tournaments, but each girls high-school team fell short of winning the championship.
In another convincing performance, the Yorktown Patriots repeated as the Liberty District tournament champion in girls high-school field hockey, as the top seed outscored its two opponents 8-1.
Collectively, the four girls high-school field hockey teams in Arlington are enjoying the best season as far as overall victories, in the history of the programs.
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.
Enjoying a strong start to a season has been nothing new for the Wakefield Warriors in recent years. The girls high-school field hockey team has a current 8-0 record, including winning a recent tournament championship with a 4-0 mark.
The Brentsville High School varsity field hockey team spent most of its inaugural home opener in a familiar spot. The first-year program full of first-year field hockey players faced relentless pressure.
Three different girls high-school teams from the Sun Gazette’s coverage areas won Class 6 state field hockey championships the past trio of seasons.
The best season in the short history of the Colgan High School ‘s field hockey team ended Tuesday night as it fell in the Class 6 State Tournament state quarterfinals to visiting Grassfield High School, 4-1.
The Madison Warhawks’ run of winning three straight postseason girls field hockey tournaments ended Nov. 3 when the high-school team lost in the championship match of the 6D North Region competition.
What already was an outstanding season for the Yorktown Patriots became the best in program history when the girls field hockey team won a region championship for the first time.
Rylie Flick's game-winning goal lifted host Colgan to a 1-0 win over Freedom-South Riding Thursday in the Class 6 Region B field hockey final.
Remember not long ago when girls high-school field hockey matches used to take about an hour, or a bit longer to play? Throw in any overtime, maybe 90 minutes, tops.
This fall, the Madison Warhawks accomplished something they couldn’t during last season’s historic undefeated and unscored-on state-championship campaign. The girls high-school team won the Concorde District tournament.
After a first-round bye, the top-seeded Madison Warhawks (13-2) nipped the No. 4-seeded Westfield Bulldogs, 1-0, in a semifinal match of the Concorde District girls field hockey tournament last week.
After a first-round bye, the top seeded Yorktown Patriots routed the fifth-seeded Marshall Statesmen, 5-0, in a semifinal match of the Liberty District girls field hockey tournament last week.
With one regular-season match remaining, the Yorktown Patriots continue to enjoy a strong campaign with just one loss and dominating performances against some opponents.
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