The transformation was officially recognized on Sunday, April 24. A former unused roller hockey rink at the Potomac Community Center has become the Potomac Adaptive Sports Court.
Murphy scores 7 goals in win over Chantilly on Monday.
Centreville defeated Chantilly 15-5 on Monday.
Bulldogs remain undefeated, focused on winning state title.
The Churchill boys' lacrosse team is off to a 10-0 start.
Scott Allen, the Varsity Girls’ Basketball Coach at Paul VI Catholic High School in Fairfax, has been selected as the 2015-16 American Family Insurance ALL-USA Girls Basketball Coach of the Year.
Bruins record seventh shutout of the season.
The Lake Braddock softball team defeated T.C. Williams 10-0 on Tuesday.
Titans outscore Majors 4-0 during final 5:29.
The T.C. Williams boys' lacrosse team defeated Mount Vernon 8-5 on Tuesday.
Fort Hunt Little League President Barry Meuse welcomed everyone to the Opening Day Ceremony. The Carl Sandburg gymnasium was filled with 630 players and their families, ready to begin the new season.
Nationally-ranked Cardinals suffer first losses of season.
The Bishop Ireton girls' lacrosse team lost to Good Counsel and McDonogh.
Senior produces double-double in all-star game.
Lewis Djonkam had 19 points and 13 rebounds during the Nova Challenge.
Nhial scores 16 points for Fairfax South All-Stars
Deng Nhial, Eric Martin and Jonathan Adams were members of the Fairfax South All-Stars on Sunday.
T.C. Williams guards compete for Fairfax South All-Stars.
T.C. Williams teammates Jordan Jones and Tavaris James thrive with Fairfax South All-Stars.
Westfield guard named MVP, Centreville senior wins dunk contest.
Westfield's Blake Francis and Centreville's William Unterkofler perform well at the Nova Challenge.
Seahawks beat defending state runner-up Madison.
The South Lakes boys' soccer team beat Madison 1-0.
Madison’s Ungerleider, Walker compete for Fairfax North.
Langley's Nate Shafter finished with 10 points, 10 rebounds and seven blocks during the Nova Challenge.
More than 1,300 people on 108 teams attended.
More than 1,300 people on 108 teams attended the 61st annual McLean Little League Parade and Opening Day Ceremonies on Saturday, April 9 in McLean.