South Lakes Sentinel

Varsity boys lacrosse earns conference honors

Grace Erard, online editor

May 20, 2014


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Varsity boys lacrosse received accolades for its members' achievements and sportsmanlike conduct. 12 varsity players earned Liberty Conference honors, varsity head coach Craig Lunde was named a Liberty Conference Coach of the Year, and the team won the Sportsmanship Award.

Girls soccer adds key players to team

Jessie Kreson, staff writer

May 9, 2014


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This spring, two new freshmen joined the girls’ varsity soccer team.  Both Brooke O’Donnell and Abby Alexa are new to the team and excited for playing in their upcoming years. O’Donnell plays midfield on the team, while Alexa plays as a forward. “It's really cool being a freshman on varsity...

Girls softball teams enjoy successful seasons

Gargie Nagarkar, news editor

May 1, 2014


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Junior varsity and varsity softball have winning records this season of 6-2 and 9-6 respectively.  Varsity also placed second during the Hayfield tournament over spring break. Sophomore Melanie Hempel is looking forward to a successful JV season. “Last year we had a pretty good team, but this...

Senior Danielle Hale leads girls track and field to victory in Wildcat Track Classic

Senior Danielle Hale leads girls track and field to victory in Wildcat Track Classic

April 30, 2014


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Senior Danielle Hale placed in three field events and two relays to contribute to the Seahawks' victory in the girls division of the Wildcat Track Classic, April 26 at Mountain View High School in Stafford, Virginia. Twenty-three teams competed in the meet. Hale scored points in the long jump...

Varsity girls soccer builds momentum leading into post-season play

Varsity girls soccer builds momentum leading into post-season play

Alexa Amster, editor

April 30, 2014


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Varsity girls soccer improved to 7-2-1 during the regular season after defeating Fairfax 2-1 April 28. The team’s season includes highlights like beating rival Herndon 2-1 April 24 in overtime.  Sophomore defender Meaghan Nally and freshman midfielder Brooke O'Donnell both scored overtime goals...

Girls lacrosse experiences growth under new leadership

Girls lacrosse experiences growth under new leadership

April 30, 2014


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Going into this spring season, the girl’s lacrosse program was forced to hire a new coach only a few weeks before tryouts began. Brittany Stevenson was named the new varsity head coach and Sashah Ramirez remained the junior varsity coach. Instead of continuing the season from last year, Stevenson...

Gonzalez fully recovers from pinched nerve, continues to play JV softball

Manaal Farhan, staff writer

April 29, 2014


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Sophomore Ashley Gonzalez, a left field and catcher on the JV softball team, was not sure if she could ever play again after suffering multiple severe injuries. Last year, Gonzalez got a concussion and this year doctors diagnosed her with a pinched nerve in her back which caused knee pain. After...

Varsity boys tennis looks to finish season strong with two final matches

Varsity boys tennis looks to finish season strong with two final matches

Sachi Jain, news editor

April 28, 2014


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As the spring season comes to an end later this week, boys varsity tennis wraps up their season with a match at Langley and a match against Hayfield. This season, boys varsity tennis has gone 8-5, highlighted by two 9-0 wins over Fairfax and 9-0 win over Washington Lee. “This season has been...

Varsity baseball defeats Herndon for first time in three years

Varsity baseball defeats Herndon for first time in three years

Meaghan McIntyre, online writer

April 28, 2014


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Varsity baseball triumphed over Herndon 6-1 this past Saturday. The game was the first for some and the last for others against their rivals. For freshman Jonah Goll, this was the first game against Herndon. “I was a bit nervous before the game,” Goll said. “But I was more excited...

Track and field to travel to California tomorrow for invitational

Track and field to travel to California tomorrow for invitational

Charlotte Smith, print editor

April 9, 2014


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Track and field will send 20 athletes to Los Angeles, California tomorrow to compete in the Arcadia Invitational. This is the team’s third consecutive year attending the competition, held at Arcadia High School, 17 miles outside Los Angeles. Senior runner and jumper Danielle Hale will be going...

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