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Unity Reed High School (formerly Stonewall Jackson) will go by the Lions. The name was selected based on a survey handed out to Unity Reed students and staff. The Prince William County School Board has approved the change.

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Area coaches and athletic administrators are commenting on a recent decision by the Virginia High School League to possibly postpone the fall public-school sports season, which includes football, because of the COVID-19 pandemic, moving it to the early spring.

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The upcoming NFL season, if it is played, will be M.J. Stewart’s third, and the Yorktown High School graduate is more than eager for this month’s training camp then the 2020-21 season to start.

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If, and it’s a big if right now, the 2020 varsity football season begins on time this fall for Arlington’s three public high-school teams, the opening dates will be the nights of Thursday, Sept. 3 and Friday, Sept. 4. with a trio of home games.

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They had a lot to say, and many listened to a recent online YouTube group interview with the three head football coaches of Arlington’s public high-school teams.

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Keith Lyle told a number of entertaining stories while also offering sound advice about various sports topics May 13 for the audience of the National Sports Coaches Alliance online webinar. 

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For years, as a youth coach and administrator of multiple sports, Bill Cervenak was a pillar in the Vienna community, touching hundreds of lives.

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There was a “light show of solidarity” the night of May 4 and 5on the athletic fields of Arlington County’s three public high schools.

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His most successful position in football last fall, as well as winning a state-championship event during the winter’s indoor track and field season made the Wakefield Warriors’ senior Isaiah Mefford may be the high-school’s most accomplished overall athlete throughout the 2019-20 calendar year.

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As has been the case for years, hundreds attended the annual Northern Virginia Football Hall of Fame awards banquet, this year held March 6 in the grand ballroom of the Hilton McLean Tysons, where three new inductees highlighted the 30th event.

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