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.
Nine Warhawks score at least one goal.
Freshmen and sophomores on 2011 state championship team now leaders for Madison girls' lacrosse.
The Vienna Muckdogs, a 10-and-under travel baseball team from Vienna, played in the ninth annual Longhorn Stampede Baseball Tourney, held Friday, April 5, through Sunday, April 7, at Philip Bolen Park in Leesburg. The Muckdogs managed to beat out all their competition.
Warhawks overcome three-run deficit to beat Oakton.
The Madison baseball team scored 11 unanswered runs to beat Oakton.
Madison goalie Hayden, Yorktown keeper Pollack play well.
The Madison boys' lacrosse team comes from behind to beat Yorktown.
Fifth and sixth graders garner accolades at regional tournament.
Several teams from Wolftrap Elementary School competed at the NoVa North Odyssey of the Mind Region 9 Tournament, which took place at Oakton High School on Saturday, March 9.
The Vienna Youth Soccer (VYS) U15 Girls Strikers Red soccer team won their bracket at the Arlington Soccer Invitational Tournament, defeating the Saint Marys United U15 Wildcats 5-1 in the final.
Standout Manner forced to watch with fractured thumb.
The Oakton girls' basketball team finished district runner-up, reached region final four.
Oakton High School’s Varsity Boys and Girls Swim and Dive teams participated in the Virginia AAA State Championship Friday, Feb. 15, and Saturday, Feb. 16, at George Mason University. The girls placed first with 275 points over Yorktown (128) and McLean (119). The boys placed third with 192 points behind Robinson (218.5) and James Madison (192.5). This is the second consecutive AAA State Title for the girls’ team.
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.
Statesmen have more wins this season than previous two combined.
The Marshall boys' basketball team is in second place in the Liberty District.
Flint Hill student from Oakton is an aspiring professional athlete.
Carlyn Baldwin, a 16-year-old student-athlete from Oakton, hopes that she is well on her way to her dream of playing for the United States National Women’s soccer team. Baldwin’s soccer career began at the age of four-and-a-half when her mom signed her up for a local team. Since then, Baldwin has committed her life to soccer and received a plethora of individual awards and recognitions. At the National Championships in the summer of 2012, she was named to the Best 11 for the u16 (under age sixteen) all-tournament team. She was nominated for and attended multiple United States Soccer Training Centers, which are used for youth national team identification.
Oakton High School’s Varsity Swim and Dive teams won both the boys’ and girls’ Concorde District Swim & Dive Championship Saturday night, Jan. 26, at Cub Run RECenter. The girls won with 532 points over Robinson in second place with 323 points. The boys won with 464 points over Robinson (460) in second place. Oakton’s divers set the stage for an incredible night. Bennett Fagan placed third for the boys. Julia Powell and Hana Burkly placed fifth and sixth overall respectively.