Chargers senior Unterkofler scores game-high four goals.
The Chantilly boys' lacrosse team will host Yorktown in the Northern Region quarterfinals.
Bulldogs beat defending champion Oakton in overtime.
The Westfield girls' lacrosse team will host Stone Bridge tonight in the Northern Region quarterfinals.
Cougars beat Westfield on senior night.
The Oakton boys' soccer team finished the regular season with an 11-0-2 record.
Chargers leave bases loaded in bottom of seventh inning.
The Oakton baseball team improved to 13-3 with Tuesday's victory over Chantilly.
Centreville averaging more than 8 runs en route to 9-2 record.
The Centreville baseball team scored a season-high 18 runs against Langley on April 13.
Freshman Kershner’s late goal keeps Bulldogs undefeated.
The Westfield girls' soccer team improved to 7-0.
Wolverines’ comeback attempt falls short.
The West Potomac and Centreville baseball teams are 4-2.
Titans senior Terell Williamson scores game’s lone goal.
The T.C. Williams boys' soccer team is the defending Patriot District champion.
Centreville won first district title since 1993.
The Chantilly High School Charger Dance Team competed on Saturday, Feb. 9 at the Gar-Field Sweetheart Invitational.
More than 650 martial arts competitors, including teams from Bermuda, Russia, and Kazakhstan, vied for titles at the World Cup Finals at the Sheraton Reston hotel last month.
Senior captures third Northern Region title.
The Westfield wrestling team finished runner-up at the Northern Region wrestling tournament.
Cougars beat Westfield in regular-season finale.
The Oakton boys' basketball team earned a first-round bye in the Concorde District tournament by beating Westfield on Feb. 8.
SYA raising money for family of Westfield coach/administrator.
On the surface, it was a basketball tournament like any other. Boys in colorful uniforms competed against each other in a school gym, while moms sold concessions outside in the hallway. But the whole event, Saturday, Feb. 9, at Westfield High had a much more special and serious purpose.
Six Centreville High female athletes will play NCAA sports.
Move over, boys. Six Centreville High student-athletes last week signed National Letters of Intent to play sports in NCAA Division I colleges — and all of them are girls.