The Battlefield golf team did not meet its goal of winning states or even qualifying for the state tournament as a team this season, but the Bobcats still sent two of their best to compete individually in Richmond on Oct. 14 and 15.
Chad McCann, a junior, and Otto Voettiner IV, a freshman, ended up tied for 10th place in the state finals at the Meadowbrook Country Club, matching their scores at 152 over 36 holes played in two days. South County's David Ross also held the same score.
Meanwhile, Adam Szwed of Woodbridge put up the best numbers for Prince William County at the tournament with a two-day score of 149 (76, 73).
The Mud Dogs 10u youth travel baseball team of Warrenton is now accepting new players for the spring season.
Nearly 300 cyclists turned the pedals on their bikes of various colors, designs and shapes at the start of the 5th Culpeper Cycling Century just after 8:30 a.m. last Saturday morning.
With four wins in seven matches, the Patriot varsity volleyball team also has as many wins this season as all of last season. Three of those wins came at home in Nokesville over four days last week as the Pioneers topped Potomac twice and Brentsville District once.
Around here, Red Nation isn't just a Washington Capitals thing. It's also the rallying cry for Patriot High School.
There is no plan in place and the board of directors have made no decisions. Yet Haymarket is in danger of losing its Valley League Baseball team for the 2013 season and possibly beyond that if the organization does not meet its fundraising goal of raising an extra $20,000 by August.
Robert Griffin III is officially a member of the Washington Redskins. The dual-threat quarterback and reigning Heisman Trophy winner from Baylor University has agreed to terms on his initial contract with the team, just a week in advance of training camp starting at Redskins Park in Ashburn.
Picking the quarterback of the varsity football team as the male athlete of the year for his school seems cliche to an eye-rolling level.