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The Chantilly Chargers and Centreville Wildcats met up for each team’s Conference 5 opener on Jan. 9 in Chantilly.
The Westfield Lady Bulldogs faced Potomac Falls in their last non-conference game in Chantilly on Jan. 3.
Defense stalls Oscar Smith in double overtime
Before perennial powerhouses Westfield and Oscar Smith met for the Virginia 6A State Championship, many expected another close game.
The Chantilly Chargers faced South County High School in a non-conference game on Dec. 7 in Chantilly.
The Westfield Bulldogs opened the season with losses to Lake Braddock and Yorktown.
The Chantilly Chargers girls basketball team defeated the West Potomac Wolverines 57-22 on Dec. 9.
Westfield and Chantilly collided for a Conference 5 game on Friday night, Oct. 28.
When Chantilly and Centreville met on Friday night, Oct. 28, playoff implications were at stake.
982 participants signed up for 2016 Northern Virginia Senior Olympics.
The Northern Virginia Senior Olympics (NVSO) opened Sept. 10 and ran through Sept. 21 with another record registration of 918 participants.
Members of the Chantilly Homecoming Court gather at the Chantilly-Herndon football game on Friday, Sept. 23: (From left) Lindsay Barnes, Siobhan Reardon, Jill Cymerman, Alexis Weeren, Caroline Barnes, TJ Walter, Zach Cummins, Karim Shoorbajee, and Ken Roberts.
The Sully Station II Piranhas had an extraordinarily fun and busy week.
Just days before the end of the 2015-16 school year, Westfield High School juniors Sean Eckert, Rehman Johnson and seniors Cole Huling, Hank Johnson and Tyler Scanlon gathered for a photo with basketball head coach Doug Ewell and football head coach Kyle Simmons.
On a hot, humid July morning, the Virginia Run Riptide traveled to Fairfax Station for their third NVSL Division 4 meet of the season.
The Sully Station II Piranhas battled Country Club Hills in the third meet of the season on July 9. Swimmers cheered on teammates throughout the morning and gave a valiant effort in the blazing sunshine before ultimately falling, 241-179.