Players parade down Westmoreland, kick off 2013 season.
Hundreds of boys and girls kicked off their 2013 season Saturday, April 13, as McLean Little League celebrated opening day at the McLean Little League Fields. The players, coaches and parents started their morning at McLean High School before marching almost a mile down Westmoreland Street to the fields.
Parade marks Opening Day.
Although there was no official headcount, judging by the size of the crowds it’s just possible that all 692 registered players, and their moms, dads, sisters, brothers, aunts, uncles, cousins and grandparents all turned out for the 20th Annual Reston Little League (RLL) Opening Day Parade through Reston Town Center.
After four months of intense competition, Herndon High School’s Navy Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps' (NJROTC) Rifle Team has won the coveted Spicer Cup.
Forestville Elementary students gathered together on Friday, April 12, for a pep rally to wind up a week of spirit activities designed to send the message, “Be a Buddy, Not a Bully.”
The Great Falls Senior Center (GFSC) hosts the AARP “Home Fit” Workshop at its May event. Senior residents will learn how to decide those types of home adjustments needed to stay in their homes as they age.
Freshman Kershner’s late goal keeps Bulldogs undefeated.
The Westfield girls' soccer team improved to 7-0.
Mount Vernon boys’ soccer loses to South Lakes.
The Mount Vernon boys' soccer team is off to a 0-3-1 start.
Bruins blast West Springfield as team bounces back from injuries.
The Lake Braddock baseball team is 8-2.
Senior and sophomore have bonded as pitcher-catcher combo.
The Hayfield softball team is 12-0.
Warhawks overcome three-run deficit to beat Oakton.
The Madison baseball team scored 11 unanswered runs to beat Oakton.
Seahawks beat Mount Vernon 1-0 Monday night.
The South Lakes boys' soccer team has won five in a row since dropping its opener.
O’Connell All-American Ferraro strikes out for first time since 2011.
The Bishop O'Connell softball team outscored its first nine opponents 112-1.
Wolverines’ comeback attempt falls short.
The West Potomac and Centreville baseball teams are 4-2.
Senior Goldberg scores five goals for Bulldogs.
The Bullis boys' lacrosse team beats opponent from California.
Madison goalie Hayden, Yorktown keeper Pollack play well.
The Madison boys' lacrosse team comes from behind to beat Yorktown.