On a hot, humid July morning, the Virginia Run Riptide traveled to Fairfax Station for their third NVSL Division 4 meet of the season.
The Sully Station II Piranhas battled Country Club Hills in the third meet of the season on July 9. Swimmers cheered on teammates throughout the morning and gave a valiant effort in the blazing sunshine before ultimately falling, 241-179.
Area’s newest swim team embraces its community’s diversity.
The newest swim team in the area, the Faircrest Cyclones, located between Fairfax, Chantilly, Clifton and Centreville, is gathering a large following of parents and members in their first season.
The Washington Golf and Country Club (WGCC)’s Lightning Swim Team hosted the five teams of CCSDA's Division A for the Divisional Relay competition on July 7.
In its third meet of the NVSL Division II season, the Donaldson Run Thunderbolts fell on the road against the Little Rocky Run Stingrays. The final score was 260-160.
Girls on the Run of NOVA is partnering with Cigna Corporation.
Brownson leads D.C. Divas back to Conference Championship.
Playing the game of football professionally is something not many people get the opportunity to do. However, one player in particular that’s making a push for women’s football, is Mount Vernon local Callie Brownson.
The Pirates of Poplar Tree went fishing for Cottontail Cobia in their NVSL Division 4 season opener on June 25 and, after a several hours-long battle, successfully landed their catch and emerged victorious.
Chloe Hicks, who is part of the Virginia Run Riptide swim team since she was 5, competed in the 200 Back Stroke at the Olympic Trials in Omaha, Neb. on Friday, July 1.
Washington Golf and Country Club (WGCC) continued its winning streak with a win over cross-town rival Army-Navy Country Club on Thursday, June 30 at Army-Navy.
In its second meet of the NVSL Division II season, the Donaldson Run Thunderbolts hosted the Hunter Mill Sharks.
It’s been called the fastest growing water sport in the world – although it took more than 2,000 years to recently take aim at that title.
Centreville High School senior and recent graduate Madison Duncan and junior Elizabeth Murphy have been named to the Virginia High School League all state team. Madison and Elizabeth were named to the first team at the lacrosse state meeting last week. Centreville Girls Lacrosse advanced to the state semi-finals for the second consecutive year.
In its opening meet of the NVSL Division II season, the Donaldson Run Thunderbolts fell to McLean’s Hamlet Green Feet with a final score of 271.5 - 148.5.
From the kayakers to the trail runners at her Lake Anne residence, tennis marathon challenger Bonnie Vona sees workout opportunities abounding.