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.
Cavaliers defeat Lee in Patriot District tournament.
Woodson's Walker, Finnerty score in double figures against Lee in opening round of Patriot District girls' basketball tournament.
Spartans beat rival Lee to improve to 3-0.
West Springfield defeated Lee, 33-14, on Sept. 14.
After defeating Wakefield, 6-0, in its season opener, Lee hosted the 2012 “Under the Lights” tournament Aug. 24-25.
Meghan Cox scored a pair of goals for the Lee field hockey team during the "Under the Lights" tournament Aug. 24-25.
Patriot District contest with Woodson honors former Robinson coach.
On Monday, May 7, a special girls' softball game was played at Lee High School between the home team Lancers and guest W.T. Woodson. The regular season Patriot District matchup between the two teams had a greater purpose, however.
Boys and girls title games set for Friday evening at Lee.
The semifinals rounds of both the girls’ and boys’ Patriot District lacrosse tournaments were scheduled to take place earlier this week at Lee High School in Springfield.
Lancer team members take part in Lupus benefit walk.
The Lee High girls' soccer team participated at the recent Lupus Walk fundraiser event in Washington, D.C. Lancer team members sent out emails to fundraise and bring awareness for the benefit event. The walk itself was 1.5 miles.
Junior right-hander tosses three-hit shutout against T.C. Williams
Lee High baseball pitcher Will Smith threw a complete game shutout for the Lancers in their 3-0 Patriot District home win over T.C. Williams last Friday night, April 27.
Lee to host Patriot rival Wolverines in season finale May 9.
With just a couple more weeks remaining in the regular season, the Lee High girls' soccer team is right around the .500 mark (4-5-1) and playing particularly well of late. The Lancers are 2-1-1 over their past four games. While its play has been uneven at times over the course of the spring season, the Lee team is certainly playing good soccer as the upcoming Patriot District tournament draws near.
Lee, behind good senior leadership, competing hard in Patriot.
The Lee Lancers girls' lacrosse team is having a good season thus far. The team started out the spring with four straight wins during its non-district schedule. Over the past few weeks, the wins are not coming for Lee, which competes in the ultra tough Patriot District, but the team continues to play hard and, for the most part, good lacrosse.
Lancers, under coach Willemssen, set to host Annandale this Friday night.
One week following spring break has seen the Lee High girls' softball team already match last year's win total of five. With the second half of the regular season ahead, the Lancers are now set to delve into the bulk of their Patriot District schedule, where they will hope to earn several more victories.
Lee, under new coach John Dowling, looking to improve on two-win 2011 season.
The Lee High baseball team, under new head coach John Dowling this spring, opened the season up by splitting a pair of games at the Langley High Ice Breaker Invitational last week. The Lancers, in their season-opener last Thursday night, March 15, could not hold onto a large lead in an 8-6 loss to Washington-Lee High of Arlington. But they came back the following night at the four-team Invitational with a 5-2 victory over Edison on Friday, March 16. Both games took place at Langley High School in Great Falls.
Leah Michetti and Katie Stewart are heading back to the Northern Region gymnastics meet.