Langley varsity baseball team to face off against alumni June 2 in second annual game.
On Sunday, June 2 past and present members of the Langley High School baseball team will face off in the second annual Langley Varsity versus Alumni Baseball game. Last year the alumni won the inaugural game by a single run.
Shine leads Highlanders past Madison.
The McLean girls' soccer team defeated Madison 1-0 on May 2.
More than 100 McLean- and Washington, D.C.-based KPMG employees and their families bowled at Bowl America Falls Church on Wednesday, April 24 and Saturday, April 27, as part of Junior Achievement (JA) of Greater Washington’s annual JA Bowl.
Nine Warhawks score at least one goal.
Freshmen and sophomores on 2011 state championship team now leaders for Madison girls' lacrosse.
Players parade down Westmoreland, kick off 2013 season.
Hundreds of boys and girls kicked off their 2013 season Saturday, April 13, as McLean Little League celebrated opening day at the McLean Little League Fields. The players, coaches and parents started their morning at McLean High School before marching almost a mile down Westmoreland Street to the fields.
Saxons overcome missing players, loss to Robinson.
The Langley boys' lacrosse team defeated Chantilly on March 28 in a rematch of last season's state championship game.
Highlanders beat Westfield for first win of the season.
The McLean baseball team capitalized on five Westfield errors.
Lekotla Masope competes in All Africa Squash Championships.
During most of the year, Lekgotla Masope is teaching squash at the Regency Sport and Health in McLean. But for five days in February, he was representing his home country of Botswana in the All-Africa Senior Squash Championships in Windhoek, Namibia, where they took third place.
Defense figures to be Saxons’ strength in 2013.
The Langley boys' lacrosse team opens its season on Friday against Dominion.
McLean Youth Soccer partners with City Year to conduct Kids Helping Kids drive at their upcoming tournament.
Six students sign to play college sports in the fall.
Six McLean High School senior athletes made their college decisions final Wednesday, Feb. 6, signing letters of intent for their schools of choice for next year. Soccer players Evelyn Robinson and David Galdo, along with football player Robert Longwell have been awarded scholarships to play next year, while Lexi Slotkoff and Kris Hobbs will play for Ivy League schools.
Statesmen have more wins this season than previous two combined.
The Marshall boys' basketball team is in second place in the Liberty District.
Collier’s 23 points lead Langley past South Lakes.
The Langley boys' basketball team defeated South Lakes on Dec. 14.
Saxons hold Rebels to seven points in final 11 minutes.
The Langley boys' basketball team extended its winning streak to six games.
Murphy named MVP, Lee makes all-tournament team.
The McLean girls' basketball team has won six in a row.