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Many coaches are dealing with the fact that their seasons are either gone or starting later in an abridged format. For Fairfax County, the VHSL opted to hold sports seasons later in the year depending on COVID-19’s progression. Varsity football coaches like Oakton High School’s Mel Morgan ar…

Many sports have had to play a different ballgame due to COVID-19, from fans not being allowed in the stands to high school sports seasons being rearranged to a later portion of the school year. Everyone has to improvise. The Burke Centre Pickleball Association (BCPA) has also changed things up.

Over the past several months, everyone has had to play a different ball game thanks to COVID-19. Things have loosened up since May, when Virginia started its process of reopening the state. One of the athletic establishments affected by the pandemic has been bowling alleys. There are several…

As we traverse this tumultuous year, there are a few things that have remained open. One of these events is the local 5K runs. Some are still being done in person or virtually. One of these runs is the Occoquan Brickyard Superhero Run which happens on September 13 and has a unique theme. Eve…

Between July 29 and August 1, Pinehurst, North Carolina hosted the U.S. Kids Golf World Championship. Local youngster Matthew Schreibman won first place in his age division. Schreibman has been learning to play since he was two years old with the guidance of his father, Jeff Schreibman. The …

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On July 23, Little League baseball in Fairfax announced they would be back in action. Over the next two weeks, the league will partake in creating the rosters for the late summer/fall season. The games will officially start on August 22 and teams will start practicing tomorrow.

Last Monday, the VHSL chose between three options for the fate of high school sports. Model 1 would cancel sports due to the high risk of infection. Model 2 would involve switching the order of fall and spring sports, with low or moderate risk sports being played in the fall. The third and f…

Swords are at play at the Fencing Academy in Old Town Fairfax. Fencers of all ages are coming to hone their skills. The Fencing Sports Academy (FSA) is run by Connie Schrieb, who has seen many people come through and go on to great things; including some fencers winning local tournaments and…

Missing baseball? Fear not, Little League Baseball in McLean has returned for the summer season. The past month has seen a few summer leagues come back from the ether while others are still off the table. McLean is the only league in its district to reboot itself and is making sure they can …

As the pandemic rages on in our country, the VHSL has no definitive answer as to whether fall sports will come back into play. Although Virginia is now in Phase 3 of reopening, there are many questions about safety. The executives of VHSL still have meetings this month and in August to formu…

If you were worried about getting good workouts in during the pandemic, then worry no more. As of two weeks ago, many gyms throughout Northern Virginia have reopened. But there are still some guidelines to follow for the patrons. One of these fitness centers is Onelife Fitness that has sever…

Are you looking for something fun for the Dad in your life on his special day this weekend? Then you’re in luck because there are two events in town to satisfy the sports buff in him. Tomorrow, there is a local golf tournament at Burke Lake Golf Center that runs from 8 a.m. – noon with the w…

Field hockey is growing in northern Virginia. Enter the organization HUSEL, which was founded in August 2019. In just a short period, this club and its athletes have become the hottest upstarts in town. Founders Erin Slavik, Jenny Everett, and Corey Slavik created this club to put field hock…

On May 7, Langley High School honored 23 student athletes that are moving on to college. It was a Spring signing ceremony posted on YouTube that ran for 20 minutes and has 579 views. Usually, this event takes place in the school’s auditorium, but due to COVID-19, Langley’s activities staff i…

Brad Edwards is a winner. As a former NFL player, Edwards won Super Bowl XXVI with the Washington Redskins and played football for 9 years with the Redskins, Minnesota Vikings, and the Atlanta Falcons. Edwards now works as the Athletic Director for George Mason University.  

Due to COVID-19, summer activities are either canceled or currently in limbo. From summer to sports camps, parents are unsure about the safety of their kids. A few camps hosted by George Mason have been canceled, while others are deciding what to do next.

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The past few weeks have been rough on local businesses, several establishments have been shutdown due to the Coronavirus. This includes Schools and fitness centers, but for one man in the DMV, there’s no excuse for not exercising. Enter Mr. Bill Wilkinson, a man with an alternative plan to s…