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Sophomores Lead South Lakes Volleyball Past Herndon

Caloyannides finishes with 18 kills for Seahawks.

South Lakes won its second best-of-five match of the season.

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South Lakes Field Hockey Edges Marshall

Seahawks score in opening minute of second half.

The South Lakes field hockey team improved to 8-3-1.

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South Lakes Football Overcomes Fourth-Quarter Deficit

Denny scores two touchdowns in win against W-L.

Seahawks score game-winner in final two minutes.

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South Lakes Boys’ Soccer Wins Fifth Straight

Seahawks beat Mount Vernon 1-0 Monday night.

The South Lakes boys' soccer team has won five in a row since dropping its opener.

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South Lakes Girls’ Basketball Ends Season at State Playoffs

Seahawks fall to Stonewall Jackson, 55-53, in quarterfinals.

The South Lakes girls' basketball team will lose two seniors from a team that finished 23-6.

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South Lakes Girls’ Basketball Advances to States

Seahawks lose to Edison in Northern Region final.

South Lakes will face Stonewall Jackson on Friday in the state quarterfinals.

Seahawks End Majors' Season with Buzzer-Beater

Mount Vernon girls' basketball loses in regional quarterfinals.

South Lakes advances to face Oakton in the Northern Region semifinals.

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South Lakes Girls’ Basketball Atop Liberty District

Seahawks’ Rendle, Aghayere making plays in paint.

The South Lakes girls' basketball team is 18-3 with one regular-season game remaining.

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South Lakes' Kamga Shows Potential in Defeat

Sophomore point guard scores 20 points in two-point loss to Oakton.

The South Lakes boys' basketball team opened its season with a 51-49 loss to Oakton on Nov. 29.

Oakton Boys’, Girls’ Cross Country Advance to States

Madison’s Calem, Herndon’s Heuer earn all-region.

The Oakton cross country program qualified its boys' and girls' teams for the state meet, which is scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 10 at Great Meadow.

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Oakton’s Klimkiewicz Repeats as Concorde XC Champ

Madison girls’ win Liberty District title.

For the second straight season, Oakton’s Allie Klimkiewicz held off Robinson’s Macey Schweikert to win the Concorde District girls’ cross country championship.

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TJ Goalie Seetharaman Shuts Out South Lakes

Herndon resident leads Colonials to first district win.

The Thomas Jefferson field hockey team defeated South Lakes, 2-0, on Oct. 5.

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South Lakes Volleyball Coach Eyes Top-Four District Finish

Seahawks reach Hayfield tournament semifinals.

South Lakes volleyball coach Cheri Hostetler has her sights set on finishing in the top half of the eight-team Liberty District.

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Seahawks Off to Strong Start

South Lakes Field Hockey wins 3 of 4 at “Under the Lights” tournament.

Jessica Dowd is in her second season coaching the South Lakes field hockey team.

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Pedaling with Pals

Potomac Pedalers provides group rides for area cyclists.

Cyclists of all ages and ability levels can participate in group rides with the Potomac Pedalers.

Northern Region Well Represented at Capital Classic

West Springfield’s Battle, T.C. Williams’ Huggins win MVP honors.

Coming off the bench didn't stop West Springfield senior Logan Battle from earning MVP honors during the 39th Annual Capital Classic.

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St. Patrick’s Day Basketball Celebration at Wakefield High

Northern Region’s top seniors boys’ high school players, including Westfield’s Quentin Basil, compete in All-Star game, festivities.

Bryant Fultz wasn’t among the top performers in the dunk contest during the Northern Region Coaches Association All-Star Boys’ Basketball festivities on March 17, but the West Potomac senior made his mark during the main event.

Exciting All-Star Afternoon

Concorde/Patriot All-Stars beat the Liberty/National team 109-108 in overtime.

West Potomac's Bryant Fultz threw down a fourth-quarter alley-oop dunk from fellow Wolverine Randall Brobbey, scored a team-high 15 points and earned game MVP honors as the Concorde/Patriot All-Stars defeated the Liberty/National team 109-108 in overtime at Wakefield High School.