Posts Tagged ‘Natalie Martin’
Former area swimmers competing at the NCAA level are making moves towards securing their spot in the March championship meets.
Texas leads Virginia, Penn State, and West Virginia after Friday’s session of the two-day quad meet in Charlottesville.
Janet Hu breaks two state and pool records to lead Oakton girls to their first Va. AAA girls’ swimming and diving championship. Cox upsets Northern Region’s best to win boys’ title.
The Va. AAA State Swimming & Diving Championship Meet kicks off on Friday, Feb. 17. Finals on Saturday. Who will take home the team title? What records could fall? Here are 5 storylines to follow at this year’s championship meet.
Consistently placing in the top heats, Osbourn Park boys’ and girls’ swim teams ran away with the AAA Northwest Region Swimming Championship for the second straight year.
Defending regional champions Osbourn Park ready to take on powerhouse Albemarle High School, along with Prince William County’s best swimmers, at the AAA Northwest Region Championship meet on Friday.
Battlefield high school remained on top, repeating at AAA Cedar Run District champions. Patriot boys was second, in just its first year, and showed itself to be a contender for years to come. Freedom girls were second.
Weekly High School Wrap-up: Gonzaga wins Nat’l Catholics; dual meet season comes to a close in MCPS; Va. district champs beginThursday, February 2nd, 2012
Gonzaga wins National Catholics, as the dual meet season comes to a close for Montgomery County High Schools; Virginia district championships kicked off. Results posted for MCPS, Va. AAA Cardinal, Concorde, Liberty, National, & Patriot Districts, as well as National Catholics and Va. AA Dulles District. Also a quick look ahead to the second weekend of championship meets.
Battlefield’s seniors impress in girls’ win over Patriot; boys stumble despite dominant performances by starsSaturday, January 21st, 2012
In the Prince William County showdown, the Bobcat girls’ team (5-0) flexed their muscles against the young Patriot girls (4-1), winning 180-106, while the Battlefield boys (4-1) came up short, despite winning the majority of the night’s events, losing a close one to the Pioneers (5-0), 146-140.
Patriot High School meets Battlefield for the first time ever. Both teams enter the meet with 4-0 records, and the meet is expected to come down to relays.