Yorktown’s Shumway scores three goals, Puletti a pair.
The Yorktown girls' soccer team improved to 6-1 with a 6-0 victory over Washington-Lee on Monday.
Generals thrive despite just one top-three individual finish.
W-L, McLean finish 1-2, respectively, for the second straight year.
Generals look to repeat as Northern Region champions.
The Washington-Lee gymnastics team is undefeated in regular-season meets during the last four seasons.
Senior guard Urcia scores team-high eight points in loss.
The Washington-Lee girls' basketball team is 5-4 in the National District after losing to Mount Vernon and beating Wakefield.
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.
Girls’ team places sixth, boys’ 14th at regionals.
The Washington-Lee cross country program will send two runners to the state meet, which is scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 10 at Great Meadow.
Each of Generals’ seven harriers place in top 11.
The Washington-Lee girls' cross country team produced seven all-district runners.
Chantilly’s McGorty, West Springfield’s Alcorta break records.
The Washington-Lee girls' cross country team finished second at the 20th Annual Glory Days Invitational.
Generals midfielder Lunn scores game’s lone goal.
The Washington-Lee field hockey team defeated Yorktown on Sept. 20.
Washington-Lee wins fifth-place game in overtime.
Yorktown finishes fourth, W-L fifth, Wakefield eighth at two-day Herndon Invitational on Sept. 14-15.
Patriots defeat Generals in district tournament semifinals.
Lillian Prins smashed a full-count pitch off the center-field fence for an RBI double, lifting the Yorktown softball team to a 2-1 victory on May 17 and a berth in the National District tournament championship game.
Patriots have won four of five since 0-7 start.
The Yorktown boys' lacrosse team has rebounded after an 0-7 start.
Generals off to slow start following 2011 National District title.
After a 16-win season that included a National District title and a trip to the Northern Region semifinals last year, the Washington-Lee boys’ soccer team is still trying to settle into a groove in 2012. Facing rival Yorktown on April 16, the Generals didn’t do themselves any favors while trying to elevate their level of play.
The Washington-Lee boys’ lacrosse team failed to score in the first half and managed just one goal in the first three quarters as the Generals lost to Oakton 14-2 on March 30 at Herndon High School.
Generals edge McLean by less than four-tenths of a point.
Washington-Lee won the 2012 Northern Region championship, holding off McLean by less than four-tenths of a point.