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Arlington Brief: Capitals Beard-A-Thon Raises More Than $33,700

Capitals fans raised more than $33,700 for the American Special Hockey Association (ASHA) by participating in the team’s Beard-A-Thon initiative during the 2015 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs.

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State Ultimate Frisbee Champions

Arlington boys’ and girls’ teams win

In a flurry of flying plastic disks, Virginia’s high school state Ultimate Frisbee tournament was held on two weekends in May, and when the discs settled, teams from Arlington had won both the boys’ and girls’ championships.

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Arlington: MedStar, Marymount Collaborate

New center offers outpatient care.

MedStar National Rehabilitation Network (MedStar NRH) has opened its newest outpatient center in the Ballston area of Arlington, in the same location as Marymount University’s academic center for their physical therapy program.

Sports Briefs for the week of May 27

The Bishop O’Connell softball team won the VISAA state championship with a 5-2 victory over Paul VI on May 15 at Dinwiddie Sports Complex in Sutherland.

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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.

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Arlington: W-L Boys' Soccer Pushes Forward Without Injured Star Nunez

Belfiroud’s hat trick propels Generals past Mount Vernon, 6-1.

The Washington-Lee boys' soccer team defeated Mount Vernon 6-1 on Monday.

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Arlington: O’Connell Softball Scores 9 in 7th Inning to Beat Lake Braddock

Giaquinto hits 3-run homer, pitcher Ohanian beats former team.

Tommy Orndorff, in his 30th season coaching the Bishop O’Connell softball program, wasn’t pleased with the Knights’ performance in recent weeks.

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Arlington: Pitching Staff Gives O’Connell Softball Chance to be ‘Special’

Freshman Sandercock throws no­-hitter, strikes out 12 against Holy Cross.

The Bishop O'Connell softball team improved to 10-0.

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Hat Tricks from Burns, Newsome Not Enough for Washington-Lee

Generals fall to Madison, drop to 1-3.

Back-to-back goals by Kieran Burns gave the Washington-Lee boys’ lacrosse team a first-quarter lead. Jackson Newsome’s second goal tied the score early in the second quarter.

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Arlington: Nunez-­Led Washington-Lee Generals Not Surprising Anyone

W-­L boys’ soccer expects to face defensive-­minded opponents.

The Washington-Lee boys' soccer team is off to a 3-0-1 start.

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Arlington: Nunez-Led Washington-Lee Generals Not Surprising Anyone

W-L boys’ soccer expects to face defensive-minded opponents.

Washington-Lee forward Maycol Nunez dominated opponents during a stellar sophomore season, scoring 37 goals while leading the Generals to the 2014 VHSL 6A state final.

Arlington Sports Briefs: 03/25/18

The Yorktown girls' lacrosse team defeated Edison 17-5 on Monday, improving its record to 2-1.

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Arlington: Yorktown Boys’ Lax Striving To Be Annual Regional Contender

Patriots return from deepest postseason run in program history.

The 2014 Yorktown boys’ lacrosse team experienced the best season in program history, reaching the 6A North region tournament semifinals.

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Arlington: Wakefield Boys’ Soccer Faces Tough Early-Season Schedule

Warriors blanked by Langley in season opener.

The first two weeks of the season figure to test the mental and physical toughness of the Wakefield boys’ soccer team. For various reasons, multiple talented athletes that Wakefield coaches figured to have on the field are unable to play.

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W-L Gymnast Hatcher Places Fifth at States in All-Around, Arlington

Yorktown sophomore Mitrovich earns all-state on bars, beam, jump. Hatcher Places Fifth

In 2012, Washington-Lee gymnast Sophie Hatcher was a freshman in awe of teammate Mary Lynn Clark, who won state championships that year on bars and vault.

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