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Reston: Right at Home

South Lakes golf team surprises field with third place team finish at Liberty Conference golf tournament.

South Lakes boys’ and girls’ golf teams make Reston National Golf course their home.

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Reston: South Lakes Football Improves to 4-1 With Win Over Washington-Lee

Seahawks sophomore QB Miles throws two touchdown passes, runs for one.

The South Lakes football team beat Washington-Lee 28-2 on Friday.

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Reston: Wicket Club Aims to Make Cricket the New Baseball

Popularity of cricket soaring in Northern Virginia.

Wicket Club in Sterling is a magnet for young cricket players from Northern Virginia. It’s one of the few indoor cricket facilities on the east coast and immediately found an audience with the Southeast Asian cricket community when it opened in 2012.

Reston: South Lakes Volleyball Finishes Fourth at NVVA Invitational

The South Lakes volleyball team has two star hitters, a new head coach and some lofty goals. On Saturday, that combination earned fourth place at the NVVA Invitational.

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Reston: South Lakes’ Davis Produces Hat Trick in Opener

Seahawks beat Lee at Under the Lights tournament.

South Lakes sophomore Ani Davis scored a career-best three goals against Lee on Monday.

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Reston Triathlete Goes National

Emily Landeryou, 15, a rising junior at South Lakes High, competes at national level.

Imagine competing in a 750 meter open water swim, then a 12-mile bike and lastly a three-mile run. Exhausted yet? Emily Landeryou, a 15-year-old rising junior at South Lakes High School and elite triathlete can compete in such a race with ease.

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Reston: Seahawks Hoping Improved Strength Leads to Wins

Taylor enters second season as South Lakes football coach.

The South Lakes football team is coming off a 2-8 season in 2014.

World Police and Fire Games In Reston

Weekend events near Reston Town Center

Rain which lasted throughout Saturday, June 27 cancelled several outdoor events in the Fairfax 2015 World Police & Fire Games. Yet a sunnier Sunday permitted competitions continue in Fairfax County.

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Lorton: Yates' Walk-Off Single Sends South County Softball to Region Quarterfinals

Stallions pitcher Bates allows one unearned run in seven innings.

The South County softball team defeated South Lakes 2-1 on Friday.

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Reston: South Lakes Baseball Ends Lengthy Regional Tournament Drought

Wojciechowski throws four-hitter, strikes out 11 against W-L

The South Lakes baseball team defeated Washington-Lee 3-1 on Friday in the Conference 6 tournament quarterfinals.

Herndon Gymnast Bradley Wins Conference 5 All-Around Title

Sophomore leads Hornets to second-place finish, regional berth.

The Herndon gymnastics team earned a berth in the 6A North region championship meet.

South Lakes Wins Conference Championship

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.

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Local Prep Football Coaches React to End of Super Bowl XLIX

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.

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Herndon Girls Win Conference Championship

Herndon swim and dive had senior night against Centreville on Jan. 23, with the Hornets’ boys’ and girls’ teams winning. All Herndon seniors will advance to the Conference meet Jan. 30-31.

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Herndon Author Writes New Book on Sports Training for Young Athletes

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.