Senior midfielder Duley leads Saxons with three goals.
The Langley boys' lacrosse team beat McLean in the first round of the Conference 6 tournament.
The U.S. Ski and Snowboard Hall of Fame officially inducted the Class of 2015 in Aspen, Colorado on Saturday, April 9.
Madison’s Ungerleider, Walker compete for Fairfax North.
Langley's Nate Shafter finished with 10 points, 10 rebounds and seven blocks during the Nova Challenge.
More than 1,300 people on 108 teams attended.
More than 1,300 people on 108 teams attended the 61st annual McLean Little League Parade and Opening Day Ceremonies on Saturday, April 9 in McLean.
Grammes drives in winning run with walk-off single.
The McLean baseball team beat Langley on Friday.
Washington International Horse Show seeks applications for the 2016 WIHS Youth Ambassador and Junior Committee programs. The deadline for applications is Friday, April 1.
Saxons beat Herndon in region third-place game.
The Langley girls' basketball team placed third in the 6A North region.
Vienna, McLean skaters participate in 2016 U.S. Synchronized Skating Championships.
Piper Williams of Vienna, Nina Sebastien of McLean, Elaine Zhang of Vienna, and Taylor Olson of Falls Church represented our area at the 2016 U.S. Synchronized Skating Championships in Kalamazoo, Mich. last week.
Langley makes nine 3-pointers against South Lakes.
The Langley boys' basketball team won the Conference 6 championship.
Saxons upset previously unbeaten Fairfax.
The Langley girls' basketball team defeated Fairfax 42-38 on Saturday to win the Conference 6 title.
Defending state champs place third at regionals.
Three McLean gymnasts qualified for states.
Sports happenings in Vienna, Great Falls and McLean.
The Langley Saxon Hockey Team celebrated Seniors Night on Friday, Feb. 5 with a 7-4 win over Lake Braddock.
Saxon girls finish region runner-up.
The Langley boys' swim and dive team won the 6A North region championship.
The Langley High School Crew excelled at the Mid-Atlantic Erg Sprints, the largest indoor rowing event for juniors (18 years or younger) in the United States.