The Clifton Horse Society, a 300+ member group, sponsored a full day event at Laurel Hill Equestrian Center in Lorton, on July 24.
Aces’ Hammond is lone female Ripken League coach
Jennifer Hammond may be the new kid on the block when it comes to the coaching staff of the Alexandria Aces, but she is no stranger to a baseball field.
The Fairfax Little League 9-11-year-old "National League" team just won the state championship.
Crew Team also wins three Bronze medals at championships
The Langley High School Crew knocked it out of the water when the athletes ended their rowing season on June 19 at the 2021 Virginia Scholastic Rowing Championships regatta hosted by the Virginia Scholastic Rowing Association.
After a great meet, Overlee bested Donaldson Run 236-184, taking 7 of the 12 relays.
Noah Lyles headed to Tokyo Olympics
Only a few short years ago, Noah Lyles could be seen warming up to the strains of James Brown’s “I Feel Good” as he trained on the track of Parker-Gray Memorial Field at what was then T.C. Williams High School.
Torri Huske missed graduation – the Olympics were calling.
One of Yorktown High School’s graduating class of 2021 couldn’t make it.
The Shouse Village Sharks had a big NVSL Division 13 win in Fairfax on Saturday, June 26.
Sportsman’s Club awards $40,000 to high school seniors.
The Alexandria Sportsman’s Club has named its 2021 High School Athletes of the year, awarding $40,000 to 16 area high school student-athletes.
The Alexandria Aces took on the Gaithersburg Giants June 8 in the opening game at Frank Mann Field, losing to their Cal Ripken Collegiate Baseball League rivals 10-7.
Local teen coaches young players with disabilities.
For more than a year, Aeshan Kapil, 16, of Herndon volunteered as a TOPSoccer coach for the Great Falls Reston Soccer Club, U.S. Youth Soccer.
Aces return as Fannon takes ownership
Summer baseball is back as the Alexandria Aces return for their 13th season as part of the Cal Ripken Collegiate Baseball League.
Kicking off Mental Health Awareness Month, a new golf tournament hosted by Alliance Executive Search and CBRE on May 3 raised more than $26,000 to benefit PRS, a leading behavioral health nonprofit serving Northern Virginia.
Play Ball: Week in Numbers in Montgomery County
The defending Virginia Class 6 State Champions and winners of 23 straight coming into the game, the South County Stallions, faced the undefeated Madison Warhawks: the Stallions won, 29-22, and will face Oscar Smith, who were 21-14 winners over Massoponax, on Saturday, May 1, in a rematch of last year's state championship game.