The Vienna Saints, fifth grade girls team, competed in the 2014 United States Basketball Association National Tournament and placed second in their age group.
Clare Spitnale and Darien Pickett were named the winners of the 2014 Jackson Casey Memorial Scholarships, according to The Fort Hunt Youth Athletic Association. The two were selected from a pool of applicants, all of whom were asked to describe in 750-1,200 words the life lessons they learned through their participation in Fort Hunt youth athletics.
Versatile football star to play slot receiver, return kicks at University of Nebraska.
During his four years as a member of the West Potomac varsity football team, DeMornay Pierson-El helped the Wolverines capture a share of the 2011 Patriot District championship as a sophomore receiver, led the team to a playoff berth as a junior running back in 2012, and kept West Potomac competitive as a senior quarterback in 2013. He also played defensive back and returned kicks along the way. As a senior, he earned second-team all-state honors as a defensive utility player.
Burke Centre Penguins Swim Team compete after storm.
Storms almost canceled the Burke Centre Penguins’ developmental meet that was scheduled for 6 p.m. on Wednesday, July 9. Jim Eckloff, president of the Burke Centre Swim Club, hoped that the Penguins would be able to swim tonight since there may not be another time to make up the scheduled event.
KyReem Walton spent three seasons on the T.C. Williams varsity football team.
Standout point guard to play at College of William & Mary.
Jenna Green faced the tough decision of whether to pursue basketball or soccer in college. Before she left Centreville High School, however, she found success in both. On the basketball court, Green, a standout point guard, led the Wildcats to the 2013 Concorde District championship, the program’s first since 1993. “She’s definitely the best player in the region, point guard especially,” Centreville girls’ basketball coach Tom Watson said. “Everyone knows that. Jenna has earned it. Nothing was given to her. She’s in the gym before anybody, she’s in the gym after everybody, she goes to a trainer three, four, five times a week. If you’re putting that work in, then it should come back to you.”
The Sully Station II Piranhas had an eventful week of fast swims and family fun. The thrills began on Wednesday, July 9, with the Divisional Relay Carnival, where the team’s cheerfulness and camaraderie was once again on display. The atmosphere was electric, resulting in the first team record of the season.
Q and A: Standout point guard to play at College of William & Mary.
Centreville graduate Jenna Green will play basketball at William & Mary.
Q and A: Versatile football star to play slot receiver, return kicks at University of Nebraska.
West Potomac graduate DeMornay Pierson-El will play football at Nebraska.
Q and A: Three-year varsity athlete helped Titans overcome 22-year playoff drought.
T.C. Williams graduate KyReem Walton will play football at Fork Union Military Academy.
Q and A: Soccer standout missed senior season, will play at U of Tennessee.
Yorktown graduate Meghan Flynn will play soccer at Tennessee.
Q and A: South Lakes basketball standout helped Seahawks win Conference 6 championship.
South Lakes graduate to play basketball for Mary Washington.
Q&A: Standout quarterback enjoys fishing, IN-N-OUT Burger.
Langley graduate Nick Casso will play quarterback at Catholic University of America.
Q&A: Lacrosse standout fan of musician Mat Kearney, mom’s lobster bisque soup.
Madison graduate Katie Kerrigan will play lacrosse at Ohio State.
Q and A: 5-foot-8 defensive tackle defies odds by continuing career.
Robinson graduate Jake Pinkston will play defensive tackle at Randolph-Macon College.