All-region post player enjoys country music, scary movies.
Q&A with IUP commit Maura D'Anna.
Goalkeeper enjoys eating calamari, watching ‘Braveheart.’
Q&A with Woodson graduate Brian Breslin.
Former Highlander hates losing, loves pizza, chocolate.
Q&A with McLean High School graduate Elise Koehl.
Virginia First Lady and NFL Player highlight Summer Food Service Program for Children.
Visiting with children at Hollin Meadows Elementary School, Dorothy McAuliffe playfully reminded them that as First Lady of Virginia, she’s not, in fact, Michelle Obama. Gov. Terry McAuliffe’s (D) wife was joined at the Mount Vernon-area school by San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Torrey Smith to meet with the children and hand out free lunches as part of the Summer Food Service Program.
It’s not easy being the second youngest member of a family of 11.
For Marta Sniezek, ranked one of the top basketball players in the country, her parents and her siblings are her motivators in a family where success is a blueprint.
Kayakers participate in the Potomac River Festival’s Great Falls race on Saturday, July 11.
Churchill graduate Louis Dubick helped the South team win the Under Armour All-America Game on July 3.
Majure to play lacrosse at Duke, looking forward to watching Duke basketball.
Q&A with St. Stephen's & St. Agnes graduate Ellie Majure.
Majors won 10 games, reached conference final in 2015.
Q&A with Mount Vernon graduate Mouctar Balde.
Centreville graduate enjoys steak, Will Ferrell movies.
Q&A with Centreville grad Caroline Wakefield.
Robinson grad to play lacrosse at University of North Carolina.
Q&A with Robinson grad and Under Armour All-American Jack Rowlett.
Four-year Hawks catcher enjoys Miley Cyrus, Disney movies.
Q&A with former Hayfield catcher Bonnie Schipper.
Right-hander earned Conference 13 Pitcher of the Year.
Q&A with former Marshall pitcher Will Brooke.
Vienna resident roots for Nationals, enjoys ‘classic baseball movies.’
Q&A with former Bishop O'Connell pitcher Erin Sweeney.
Police detective and youth wrestling coach earns two medals in World Police and Fire Games.
Most athletes never get a second chance to live their dreams. Twenty-five years after his last wrestling match Jay LaWalt was able to make that happen in front of his friends, family and a crowd of adoring young fans he’s been coaching for years.