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High-school sports teams from the Sun Gazette coverage areas continue to participate in some optional and limited practice sessions on the public-school ranks, which are basically conditioning workouts with no balls or contact permitted at this point.
After scoring a goal in Seton School’s first boys soccer game of the season, senior midfielder Peter Reyes turned to a teammate and did what he always did in those situations: He raised his hand awaiting a celebratory high-five.
It’s no surprise, really, considering the Flint Hill School football team won consecutive high-school state championships in 2017 and 2018, that many players from those Huskies squads are now members of college teams.
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- Prince William high schools’ athletic seasons still on track to start in December
- Many Langley lacrosse players commit
- Longtime Yorktown coach steps down
- Gainesville is first Virginia public high school to call itself the Cardinals
- Great Falls runner honored
- College roundup
- Langley golfer wins another tourney
- College roundup
- PHOTOS: A Little Little hit-a-thon
- PHOTOS: Los Angeles Rams-Washington Football Team
- Wakefield lacrosse team looks ahead
- Flint Hill grad pitches in Majors
- Yorktown catcher to play at Davidson
- Enjoying some pro success
- Flint Hill lacrosse players college bound
- Hylton graduate Matt Burrell signs with Indoor Football League
- After 35 years with Dumfries-Triangle-Quantico Little League, Mel Barlow leaves behind impressive legacy
- Yorktown coach in charge of three programs
- Popular event not being held this fall
- McLean has another baseball commit
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