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Boys' Fall Soccer rankings December 1, 2015
PostRank School Record
1 DeMatha 14-2-1
2 Meade 17-2-0
3 St. Albans 15-3-1
4 Blair 16-2-0
5 Huntingtown 18-1-0
6 Gonzaga 13-6-3
7 Eleanor Roosevelt 15-2-2
8 Paul VI 10-5-4
9 Washington International 19-2-1
10 La Plata 14-6-0
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Girls’ soccer Top 10: Led by star Anna Heilferty, Stuart seeks first conference title since 1977

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Battlefield seniors go out in style with senior-night win over Osbourn

The win locks the Bobcats into the number two seed for the conference tournament
May 10, 2017

Battlefield boys’ soccer pushes past Osbourn for a 3-1 overtime victory

Bobcats earn the No. 2 seed in next week’s playoffs, in addition to a home senior night ceremony.
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Boys’ soccer Top 10: Down to its third-string goalie, Yorktown charges forward

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Pallotti boys win first outdoor track title in school history

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