Post player missed sophomore season due to torn ACL.
The Madison girls' basketball team opens its season tonight at Oakton.
Generals come from behind to win five-set thriller.
Washington-Lee extended its winning streak to nine matches.
Eckrod's second-half goal lifts Highlanders to victory.
The McLean field hockey team improved to 6-2 with a victory over Madison
Bruins beat Madison, will face Marshall.
The Lake Braddock baseball team is one win away from heading back to the state tournament.
Nine Warhawks score at least one goal.
Freshmen and sophomores on 2011 state championship team now leaders for Madison girls' lacrosse.
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.
Generals beat McLean, Marshall, Lee, Wakefield at Monday meet.
The Washington-Lee gymnastics team defeated host McLean and three other schools in a meet on Dec. 10.
Langley’s Mun rushes for 221 yards, 2 TDs in defeat.
The Madison football team defeated Langley, 24-21, on Sept. 28.
The Madison football team defeated Woodson, 39-13, on Sept. 7 for its first win of the season
Rams end Warhawks' successful season.
The Madison High girls' softball team saw its season end in disappointing fashion with a pair of postseason losses. Nevertheless, it was an overall successful and winning campaign for head coach John Schneeberger's Warhawks.
Warhawks set to meet W.T. Woodson in round of four soccer matchup.
Last Thursday, May 24 , under ominous skies at Lee High School in Springfield, the Madison Warhawks and Lee Lancers girls’ soccer teams squared off in a hard-fought Northern Regional quarterfinals playoff match that saw four overtime periods before eventually being decided on penalty kicks. Both teams played valiantly for over 100 minutes as Madison ultimately prevailed by a score of 3-3, 3-1 on penalty kicks.
Liberty semifinals win advances Warhawks to finals.
The Madison Warhawks' girls softball team fell behind early to the McLean Highlanders in a semifinals game of the Liberty District Tournament last Friday evening before rallying late to claim a 7-3 victory.
Warhawks edge Saxons 1-0 behind stellar defense and one-hit pitching gem by Kelsey Ross.
Since its eight-game win streak ended with a loss at Liberty District opponent Stone Bridge High in Ashburn on Friday, April 27, the Madison High Warhawks girls' softball team has gotten back into the win column with a pair of district shutout wins. Both victories came last week.
Madison gives 3-time defending champion Colonials a good match.
The Madison High boys’ tennis team, in a Liberty District home match on Friday, April 20, defeated Marshall High, 6-3. The visiting Statesmen gave the Warhawks a good match and the score was tied at 3-3 following singles play. However, Madison swept the three doubles matches to earn the team win.