Warriors remain undefeated with wins over T.C. Williams, Eastern.
The Wakefield boys' basketball team is off to a 4-0 start despite several new faces.
Nhial, Treakle return for Warriors.
The Wakefield boys' basketball program will have to adapt to life without Dominique Tham.
Warriors win first conference championship in program history.
Wakefield will host Potomac Falls in the 5A North playoffs on Friday.
Highlanders looking for first conference/district title since 2001.
The McLean volleyball team swept Washington-Lee on Monday.
Warriors win sixth straight, take sole possession of first place in Conference 13.
The Wakefield football team defeated Marshall 33-19 on Friday.
Seahawks sophomore QB Miles throws two touchdown passes, runs for one.
The South Lakes football team beat Washington-Lee 28-2 on Friday.
Warriors rush for 360 yards during 45-0 victory over Majors.
The Wakefield football team beat Mount Vernon 45-0 Thursday.
Warriors produce two mercy-rule wins at Lee tournament.
Wakefield finishes 3-1 at the Under the Lights tournament at Lee High School.
Generals have questions at quarterback, running back.
Washington-Lee opens the season at home against Westfield on Sept. 3.
Patriots determined to continue winning tradition.
Yorktown lost in the opening round of the playoffs last season.
Warriors hosted first playoff game last season.
The Wakefield football program won eight games last season, including a playoff victory.
Bishop O'Connell rising junior softball player and Burke resident Patty Maye Ohanian de-committed from the University of Illinois this summer.
6-foot-6 slugger totaled 8 home runs, 32 RBIs at WVU in 2015.
Yorktown graduate Shaun Wood hit eight home runs and totaled 32 RBIs for the West Virginia University baseball team in 2015.
On July 14, the Washington Golf and Country Club (WGCC) Lightning swim team hosted their cross-town rivals, the swim team from Army- Navy in Country Club Swimming and Diving Association (CCSDA) Division-A action.
Vienna resident roots for Nationals, enjoys ‘classic baseball movies.’
Q&A with former Bishop O'Connell pitcher Erin Sweeney.