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From a strategical standpoint, with the way they controlled the game’s slower tempo, the Oakton Cougars were the winners. On the scoreboard, however, the host and undefeated Madison Warhawks won the tightly-contested girls high-school basketball contest, 44-36.

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The Langley Saxons defeated the Washington-Liberty Generals in a high-school wrestling match Jan. 25 at South Lakes High School.

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Washington-Liberty High School recognized six new members of its Athletic Hall of Fame on Jan. 17 during a halftime ceremony at a boys varsity basketball game. The 1966 state championship boys basketball team received special recognition.

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The Flint Hill Huskies won the Mid-Atlantic Athletic Conference boys swimming and diving high-school championships with 584.5 points, well ahead of second-place Georgetown Day (440) and third place Potomac School (411).

Prince William

Arlington

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Washington-Liberty High School recognized six new members of its Athletic Hall of Fame on Jan. 17 during a halftime ceremony at a boys varsity basketball game. The 1966 state championship boys basketball team received special recognition.

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The McLean Highlanders and Yorktown Patriots met in Liberty District high-school wrestling action Jan. 25 at South Lakes High School. Yorktown won, 36-33.

Fairfax

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From a strategical standpoint, with the way they controlled the game’s slower tempo, the Oakton Cougars were the winners. On the scoreboard, however, the host and undefeated Madison Warhawks won the tightly-contested girls high-school basketball contest, 44-36.

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The Flint Hill Huskies won the Mid-Atlantic Athletic Conference boys swimming and diving high-school championships with 584.5 points, well ahead of second-place Georgetown Day (440) and third place Potomac School (411).

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The McLean Highlanders and Yorktown Patriots met in Liberty District high-school wrestling action Jan. 25 at South Lakes High School. Yorktown won, 36-33.

Stafford

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