Both boys and girls win indoor track and field Liberty Conference championship.
Multiple event victories by sophomore Devyn Jones and domination of the relays, led the South Lakes High School indoor track teams to Liberty Conference championships in both the boys and girls divisions Thursday, Jan. 30 at the Prince George’s County Sports and Learning Complex Landover, Md.
Potomac sports briefs, week of Feb. 4, 2015.
Fairfax’s Barborek qualifies for regionals in all-around, wins beam title.
The 6A North region championship meet is scheduled for Feb. 11 at Lake Braddock.
Experienced Cavaliers look for third consecutive region title.
Woodson limits Lake Braddock to 14 first-half points.
RCC staff members Karen Brutsché and Debbie Heron recently attained the status of Certified Park and Recreation Professionals (CPRP) as governed by the National Certification Board (NCB) and the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA).
McLean wins team championship, W-L places second.
Washington-Lee will compete for its fourth consecutive region championship on Feb. 11.
Green places second in all-around, Brown-Kaiser third.
McLean holds off Washington-Lee, Yorktown to win Conference 6 gymnastics championship.
Majority say they would have called a run play from 1-yard line.
Lake Braddock football coach Jim Poythress sticks up for Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll and offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell.
Defending conference champs field 2nd complete team in 3 decades.
T.C. Williams gymnastics won a six-team meet at West Potomac on Jan. 22.
Conference 6 championship meet scheduled for Monday, Feb. 2.
Fairfax senior Rachel Barborek is the defending Conference 6 all-around gymnastics champion.
W-L, Yorktown to compete with McLean for regional berths.
The Washington-Lee gymnastics team won its invitational meet on Saturday.
Hard-nosed defense, Coach Baker’s preparation key during 13-1 start.
The Langley girls' basketball team defeated Langley 44-25 on Jan. 23 to improve to 13-1.
Noonan explains the City schools’ needs.
At the recent, joint meeting of the Fairfax City Council and Planning Commission, Schools Superintendent Peter Noonan detailed the City Schools’ five-year CIP. “We have outstanding students and teachers and world-class facilities,” he said. Yet several needs still exist, including the following:
The Lady Saxons — Langley High School’s Varsity Basketball Team — is doing its part both on and off the court. Last Saturday, the Lady Saxons traveled to Catoctin Elementary School in Leesburg to help run an afternoon Skills Tournament for Special Olympics basketball athletes. The athletes worked on shooting, dribbling, passing and having fun.
According to Wendy LeBolt, Ph.D., in her new book “Fit 2 Finish – Keeping Your Soccer Players in the Game” the cycle of success boils down to “Develop – Balance – Observe – and repeat” to keep our young athletes fit and on the field, and taking their sport as far as their interest and skill can take them. Herndon resident LeBolt has some real skin in the game of soccer – literally.