Posts Tagged ‘South Lakes’
The Top 10 remained in tack as we head toward the start of the championship season, beginning Friday.
Churchill remains top “Bulldog” but after a stumble against Jefferson Langley has fallen from the No. 2 spot in this week’s rankings.
The top five schools remain intact, but four new teams make their debuts in the rankings after a tumultuous two-week stretch.
High school times are hard to find, but here is a breakdown of how the area’s high school girls swimmers rank based on their club swimming times.
After an upset-filled Week 1 of public school competition, Churchill remains on top but with plenty of shuffling behind the Bulldogs in this week’s The Post’s Top 20 swimming and diving preseason rankings.
Here are a few second-year girls in Virginia we think could make the leap from standout freshman to breakout sophomore.
Here are a few second-year swimmers in Virginia we think could make the leap from standout freshman to breakout sophomore.
Churchill tops The Post’s Top 20 swimming and diving preseason rankings as it starts its defense of its 2014 Metros title.
It was an exuberant atmosphere Friday night at Claude Moore RECenter for the 2012 Liberty District Championship meet. Swimmers from all teams were in high spirits and ready to race. In the end, Langley girls and Madison boys’ again claimed the district title, Madison for the third year in a row. Abi Speers and Cyrus Hashemi shined for their teams.
RFTW’s look at this weekend’s Va. AAA Liberty District Championship Swim & Dive Meet, taking place January 26-28 at Audrey Moore RECenter in Annandale. Will Madison’s boys and Langley’s girls be able to repeat as district champions? Or will another team step up this year and steal the crown? It’s a toss up between the top teams, but we know freshmen swimmers will be the key this year in the Liberty District.
The first day of NCSA Junior Nationals is in the books. Check out how the swimmers from local clubs Curl-Burke, Rockville-Montgomery and Arlington Aquatic fared on Day One and early in Day Two, and get links to see the full results of the first day’s events.
For the second consecutive year it was Oakton who took home the Virginia AAA Northern Region title, finishing ahead of Fairfax (215), Langley (198) and Robinson (193) with 244 points. FULL RESULTS INSIDE!
Madison’s boys’ and girls’ teams took home titles in the Liberty District, W.T. Woodson’s boys’ and girls’ earned championships in the Patriot and the Oakton boys and Robinson girls won titles in the Concorde in meets around the area. FULL RESULTS INSIDE!!