Hayfield gymnast Molly Overstreet medaled in two events at the state meet.
Senior takes advantage of second chance, wins as alternate.
Fairfax gymnast Rachel Barborek won the state all-around title.
Letter to the Editor
To the Editor: With reference to the recent article about the Langley girlsn basketball team (“Langley Girls’ Basketball Team Has Bright Future,” Connection, March 4-10, 2015) I would like to point out that Lizzy Shamloo from Langley high school also received First team all region honors from the Northern Virginia Women’s basketball league.
Cougars limit Madison standout, Virginia Tech signee Koshuta to 10 points.
The Oakton girls' basketball team beat Madison 50-42 Saturday in the 6A North region final.
Senior forward scored 33 points, grabs 18 rebounds against Chantilly.
The Madison girls' basketball team will face Oakton in the region championship game on Saturday.
Cavaliers will face Westfield in 6A North region championship game Saturday.
Woodson defeated Battlefield 80-66 Wednesday.
Saxons win 21 games, reach region quarterfinals.
Langley ended its season with a loss to West Springfield in the region quarterfinals.
Cavaliers beat Robinson in opening round of 6A North region tournament.
The Woodson boys' basketball team beat Robinson 70-55 Friday night.
Bulldogs beat Herndon to win first conference/district title since 2008.
Westfield beat Herndon in the Conference 5 boys' basketball championship game.
Swimmers from 36 high schools from around Virginia competed in the Virginia High School League 6A state championship held in Richmond on Feb. 20.
Highlanders first Fairfax County champ since Langley in 2004.
One year after finishing state runner-up, the McLean gymnastics team won the 2015 state title.
Spartans beat South County to win fifth conference/district title in six years.
The West Springfield girls' basketball team beat South County 55-37 Tuesday.
McLean High School rowers won a total of seven gold medals, two silver medals and four bronze medals at the 2015 MidAtlantic Erg Sprints, hosted by TC Williams High School on Jan. 31. Many of McLean High medalists are now headed to Boston to compete in the C.R.A.S.H -B Sprints on March 1st. (http://www.crash-b.org)
No. 7 (lowest) seed Stallions upset No. 1 Woodson in 3-OT classic.
The South County boys' basketball team won its first conference championship Tuesday night.
Wildcats place second in team standings, Westfield produces two champs.
Centreville's Tyler Love ended his high school career with three state championship between wrestling and football.