Stallions beat defending state champion Lake Braddock.
South County will host Robinson in the first round of the Northern Region baseball tournament. Lake Braddock will host Chantilly.
Titans beat Lee in Patriot District tournament quarterfinals
The T.C. Williams baseball team will travel to face top-seed Lake Braddock in the Patriot District semifinals on Friday.
Chargers leave bases loaded in bottom of seventh inning.
The Oakton baseball team improved to 13-3 with Tuesday's victory over Chantilly.
Titans shut out by struggling Annandale.
Titans bounce back with a win over West Springfield.
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.
Bruins blast West Springfield as team bounces back from injuries.
The Lake Braddock baseball team is 8-2.
Warhawks overcome three-run deficit to beat Oakton.
The Madison baseball team scored 11 unanswered runs to beat Oakton.
Wolverines’ comeback attempt falls short.
The West Potomac and Centreville baseball teams are 4-2.
Highlanders beat Westfield for first win of the season.
The McLean baseball team capitalized on five Westfield errors.
Several key Bruins suffered offseason injuries.
The Lake Braddock baseball team enters the 2013 season as the defending state champion.
West Springfield Little League 9-10 American All-Stars Head to States.
West Springfield Little League American All-Stars win district title.
The Alexandria Aces had seven players named to the Cal Ripken Collegiate Baseball League all-star game, which was held July 11 at Shirley Povich Field in Bethesda. The Aces played for the American League All-Stars, who were led by Aces manager Corey Haines.
Mississippi native leads league in home runs, RBIs, fourth in batting average.
Bethesda Big Train slugger Hunter Renfroe leads the Cal Ripken Collegiate Baseball League in home runs and RBIs, and is fourth in batting average.
Alexandria Aces outfielder Alex Buccilli was named Cal Ripken Collegiate Baseball League Player of the Week for the extended first week of the season.
Bethesda falls to last place in 10-team CRCBL with loss to Rockville.
The Bethesda Big Train fell into last place in the Cal Ripken Collegiate Baseball League after a loss to the first-place Rockville Express on June 18.