The Yorktown Patriots ended up in a familiar spot in the annual Liberty District golf tournament, with a runner-up finish for the fourth straight season.
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Behind a balanced running and passing attack on offense, a touchdown scored on special teams and a defense that yielded little, the Potomac School Panthers continued their strong start to the high-school football season on Sept. 24.
With plentiful scoring a lot in the first half against the host Wakefield Warriors, the outcome was pretty much determined in the favor of the Washington-Liberty Generals, and any suspense eliminated from an all-Arlington high-school football showdown the night of Sept. 24.
The defense pitched a shutout and allowed only 59 total yards, the offense moved the ball and scored plenty of points, and the special teams had a kickoff return for a touchdown to boast about.
Sparked by scoring three touchdowns on defense, the Flint Hill Huskies (1-2) earned their first victory of the high-school football season the afternoon of Sept. 23 in Richmond with a 37-28 non-conference road victory over the Collegiate Cougars.
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- Forest Park keeps tradition going with another season of special post-game celebrations
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- Langley golfers set records in winning district title
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- R.J. Adams joins former Kentucky teammates in filing suit against police officer
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- Keeping tabs on spectators a constant for race officials
- Quantico High School's first-year eight-man football team savors first victory
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