Murphy, Lyles shine on national stage

TRACK & FIELD | Lake Braddock’s Kate Murphy and Noah Lyles of T.C. Williams each won races at this past weekend’s USA Junior National Outdoor Track and Field Championships in Oregon.

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    FOOTBALL | After eight years leading the Raiders from also-ran to perennial playoff contender, health issues have forced Hill to resign from his head coaching position.

    Northern Virginia stars sweep awards

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    Former Wootton football players involved in deadly car crash

    Former Wootton football players involved in deadly car crash

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    Ocean Lakes committed violations

    Ocean Lakes committed violations

    FOOTBALL | In the wake of the suspension levied against Ocean Lakes Coach Chris Scott, Centreville’s Chris Haddock says VHSL needs to shore up recruiting regulations and enforcement.

    Trio of local stars is bound for NBA

    Trio of local stars is bound for NBA

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    Loudoun Valley’s Gore picks Liberty

    Loudoun Valley’s Gore picks Liberty

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    Two Cadets make their commitments

    Two Cadets make their commitments

    BASEBALL | St. John’s 3B Cam Remalia and INF/RHP Niko Jenkins commit to Coastal Carolina and La Salle, respectively.

    DeMatha OL Johnson picks Rutgers

    DeMatha OL Johnson picks Rutgers

    FOOTBALL | Towering Stags lineman Elijah Johnson chooses the Scarlet Knights -- the first school to offer him -- over Maryland and others.

    Sborz, Towns lead Virginia to title

    Sborz, Towns lead Virginia to title

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    The most memorable stories of the 2014-15 high school sports season

    The most memorable stories of the 2014-15 high school sports season

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    Eagles WR Young likes Iowa’s pitch

    Eagles WR Young likes Iowa’s pitch

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    Wise DB Hayes chooses Rutgers

    Wise DB Hayes chooses Rutgers

    FOOTBALL | Wise’s Damon Hayes earned a scholarship offer to Rutgers this weekend after an impressive camp performance and committed on the spot.

    Lyles brothers sweep spring titles

    Lyles brothers sweep spring titles

    TRACK AND FIELD | Josephus and Noah Lyles claimed wins in the 400 meters and 200 meters, respectively, Sunday.

    Lyles, Hunter shine on national stage

    Lyles, Hunter shine on national stage

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    Kumah commits to Hokies

    Kumah commits to Hokies

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    Soccer: Battlefield claims Virginia 6A state championship after win against Cox

    A late match goal by Kayla Hamric seals 2-1 victory in championship

    Lacrosse: Robinson holds off Oakton to claim Virginia 6A state title

    Robinson wins state championship with 16-12 victory over Oakton

    Lacrosse: Robinson beats Chantilly to capture Virginia 6A state championship

    Robinson stuns Chantilly, 10-9 in double overtime to defend title

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    Stephen LaRow scores four goals to give Madison a 4-3 victory heading into state soccer championship

    Softball: Briar Woods falls to Hickory in Virginia 5A state semifinal

    Hickory advances to state championship with a 3-2 extra inning victory over Briar Woods

    Stone Bridge baseball advances to Virginia 5A final

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    Broad Run girls’ soccer beats Mills Godwin in 5A state semis

    Spartans win in overtime, 2-1, after senior Caroline Kerns kicks the game-winning goal.

    Langley beats Oakton 1-0 for spot in Virginia 6A North title game

    Jacob Lavovitz scores the game’s only goal to lead the Saxons past Oakton.

    Gonzaga downs St. Albans, 2-1, for DCSAA baseball championship

    A sixth-inning interference call proves to be the difference.

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    Murphy, Lyles shine on national stage

    TRACK & FIELD | Lake Braddock’s Kate Murphy and Noah Lyles of T.C. Williams each won races at this past weekend’s USA Junior National Outdoor Track and Field Championships in Oregon.

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