Johnson, Winesett score goals for Bulldogs.
Westfield field hockey improves to 6-2.
Wakefield senior Moore leads Northern Region scorers with 12 points.
The District All-Stars defeated the Suburban All-Stars; the United States All-Stars beat the Capital All-Stars.
Saxons hold Rebels to seven points in final 11 minutes.
The Langley boys' basketball team extended its winning streak to six games.
Sophomore Duke scores lone goal for Rebels.
The Fairfax field hockey team defeated Lake Braddock, 1-0, in the opening round of the Northern Region Tournament on Oct. 23.
Rebels beat Statesmen for undefeated district record.
Fairfax concluded the regular season with a 2-0 victory against Marshall on Oct. 11.
Rebels finish runner-up at Hayfield Invitational on Sept. 29.
The Fairfax volleyball team is 15-4 and finished runner-up at the Hayfield Invitational.
Rebels outscored opponents 37-1 during 10-0 start.
The Fairfax field hockey team posted four shutouts en route to winning the two-day Herndon Invitational on Sept. 14-15.
West Springfield’s Battle, T.C. Williams’ Huggins win MVP honors.
Coming off the bench didn't stop West Springfield senior Logan Battle from earning MVP honors during the 39th Annual Capital Classic.
The team, under coach Hoffert, is ready for the tough district schedule ahead.
After winning four of their first six games to open the current season, only losing to Liberty District opponents Madison and Mclean High, the Fairfax Rebels girls' softball team seems to be adapting well to their new coach, Matt Hoffert. And Hoffert has a clear view of what he would like to accomplish with his team this spring, explaining that he sees this season as one where his players will continue learning how to practice better and improving as a team.
Edison and Fairfax boys made super postseason runs; West Springfield girls qualified for states.
The high school basketball season is now complete for all Northern Region girls’ and boys’ teams. On the girls’ side, Oakton High captured the Virginia State AAA title for the first time ever under longtime head coach Fred Priester. The Cougars defeated Princess Anne (Virginia Beach), 58-39, in the state title game last Friday night at the Siegel Center in Richmond. Oakton, which has won three region crowns over the past four years, finished the winter season with a perfect 31-0 record.
Rebels’ season ends with overtime loss to Edison in region semifinals.
Fairfax High’s basketball postseason of 2012 will long be remembered because of the team’s success as well as the grit and determination the Rebels showcased as three of their playoff contests were decided in overtime.
Senior McNaughton leading Rebels basketball as Liberty schedule heats up.
The Fairfax High girls’ basketball team did not stay down for long following a 58-46 Liberty District loss to first place Madison High on Monday, Jan. 17. The setback, which snapped a three-game win streak for the Rebels, hardly had a lingering affect for Fairfax, which came back to win its next two district games on the road.