Marshall High School Sports


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Top Vienna Sports Moments of 2013

Here is a look at the top Vienna sports moments of 2013.

Alcorta Wins Foot Locker South Regionals

Lake Braddock’s Christen, Kunc advance to nationals.

The Football Locker national cross country meet is this weekend in San Diego.

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South Lakes Field Hockey Edges Marshall

Seahawks score in opening minute of second half.

The South Lakes field hockey team improved to 8-3-1.

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Lake Braddock Baseball Beats Marshall in Region Semifinals

Bruins secure state berth, will face Oakton in region final.

The Lake Braddock baseball team scored 13 runs in the fourth inning to pull away from Marshall.

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Underdog Marshall Baseball Advances to Region Semifinals

Statesmen one win shy of states after 0-7 start.

The Marshall baseball team will face Lake Braddock in the regional semifinals.

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Marshall Boys’ Basketball: Doormat to District Contender

Statesmen have more wins this season than previous two combined.

The Marshall boys' basketball team is in second place in the Liberty District.

Oakton Boys’, Girls’ Cross Country Advance to States

Madison’s Calem, Herndon’s Heuer earn all-region.

The Oakton cross country program qualified its boys' and girls' teams for the state meet, which is scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 10 at Great Meadow.

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Fairfax Field Hockey Clinches Regional Berth

Rebels beat Statesmen for undefeated district record.

Fairfax concluded the regular season with a 2-0 victory against Marshall on Oct. 11.

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Marshall Goes Undefeated, Places Third at Field Hockey Invite

Scoring format leaves Statesmen out of championship game.

Marshall finished 4-0 at the two-day Herndon Invitational on Sept. 14-15.

Top 100: Pete Schourek, Marshall, Baseball, 1987

Schourek catapulted Marshall to baseball success in mid-80's before 11-year MLB career.

Pete Schourek gained national notoriety in 1995 when he finished second to Major League Baseball pitching sensation Greg Maddux in the race for the National League Cy Young Award — awarded to baseball's top pitchers each year. Schourek nailed down 18 wins that season and picked up the Game 1 victory for the Cincinnati Reds in their eventual five-game series victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers in the National League Division Series.

Top 100: Nick Sorenson, Marshall, Football, 1995

Nick Sorenson could never understand why anyone wouldn't want to play sports year-round while in high school. "For me, sports was it in high school," said Sorenson, who is now a free safety and team captain with the National Football League's Jacksonville Jaguars.

Top 100: Keith Lyle, Marshall Football, 1990

Keith Lyle spent nine years in the National Football League, most of them for the St. Louis Rams during the late 90's, as a free safety. But Lyle, remembered in the Northern Region by those that coached against him as incredibly fast, was an impressive high school quarterback before heading to the University of Virginia.

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Lady Saxons Surge Past Marshall in Liberty lacrosse

Swomley scores four times for first place Langley squad.

The Langley Lady Saxons notched another impressive win, defeating the George Marshall Lady Statesmen, 15-5, in a Liberty District lacrosse match-up played last Thursday, April 19.

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St. Patrick’s Day Basketball Celebration at Wakefield High

Northern Region’s top seniors boys’ high school players, including Westfield’s Quentin Basil, compete in All-Star game, festivities.

Bryant Fultz wasn’t among the top performers in the dunk contest during the Northern Region Coaches Association All-Star Boys’ Basketball festivities on March 17, but the West Potomac senior made his mark during the main event.

Exciting All-Star Afternoon

Concorde/Patriot All-Stars beat the Liberty/National team 109-108 in overtime.

West Potomac's Bryant Fultz threw down a fourth-quarter alley-oop dunk from fellow Wolverine Randall Brobbey, scored a team-high 15 points and earned game MVP honors as the Concorde/Patriot All-Stars defeated the Liberty/National team 109-108 in overtime at Wakefield High School.