2019-2020 Winter Sports Photo Gallery

[slideshow_deploy id=’8447′]

Girls varsity last game ended 41-59

Picture 1: The game on Friday, February 24 was against South Lakes High School. The supportive audience held enlarged senior portraits of basketball players to cheer on the team.

Picture 2: Number 34, senior Lucy Robinson, shoots a three-pointer with the support of her teammates, seniors Jordan Mosley and number 42 Elizabeth Egner. With six minutes until the end of the first half, the game started out rough but the varsity team fought hard.

Picture 3: Number 22, senior Maya Srinivasan, successfully dribbled the ball down the court to set up the next basket.

Picture 4: The varsity cheer team cheered on basketball throughout the entire game. High energy from the cheerleaders helped keep up the motivation of players for the final score of 41-59.

Although the game against South Lakes ended in a loss, the varsity team kept up their spirits throughout the entire game. With a large supportive audience at the home game on Friday, January 30, the varsity girls team missed the win by only three points against Yorktown High School. They ended the season with a loss of 5-17.

Boys Varsity not updated (1-1 on website) Went overtime for a successful win

Picture 1 and 2: Senior Will Reynolds, number 50, shoots a free-throw with a minute and 30 seconds left in the game. The game against Langley on Friday, January 17 went into overtime for a hard-fought win by the school.

Picture 3: Senior Marino Dias, number 12, shoots with two minutes left on the clock.

The boys varsity team had a successful season. On Friday, February 3, they beat Yorktown by one basket, shot by senior Anthony Reyes, number 20, in the last two seconds of the game. In their game on January 17, they beat Langston High School with a winning score of 56-49. Their championship was February 28, 2020 where they lost with a score of 51-43.

Girls jv 8-6
Picture 1: Students wait to see the outcome of a basket shot third quarter of the game against South Lakes.

Picture 2/3: Cheerleaders cheer on the varsity girls with a practiced routine.

Although the team lost 24-45 in the South Lakes game on January 24, the girls worked hard. They had a winning record of 11-9 with only one game left in the season.

Boys fresh 7-4
Picture 1: Freshman basketball team meets with less than five minutes of the fourth quarter. The game against Herndon on Tuesday, January 28 ended with our winning score of double the opposing team, 66-33.

Picture 2: Number 32, freshman Liam Edds, stands ready for the rest of the game and oncoming win.

Picture 3: Freshman Jay Alvarado, number 12, made a hook shot for the team.

Picture 4: Freshman Cedric Scheu, number 34, shoots and makes a 3-pointer.

The boys freshman basketball team have a great record thus far in the season, leading 14-3 on February 7.

Indoor track
Picture 2: Seniors Rebecca Stewart and Guilia Mesa stand first and second place of the Liberty Premiere Invitational track event on January 11. After competing at states, Stewart came in second place for triple jump and is heading to nationals.

Photo courtesy of Rebecca Stewart

Picture 1: Senior Giulia Mesa at the Episcopal High School track event on December 7. Since, Mesa has competed in triple jump at states and came in fourth place, qualifying for nationals.

Photo courtesy of Rebecca Stewart

Indoor track had a great season and improved from last year, according to senior Rebecca Stewert. The girls 4 x 2 team qualified for states and set a personal record, and the girls 4 x 4 team qualified for nationals with a personal record. Both senior Liam McBride and junior Yasmeen Tinsley, who is ranked sixth in the state for hurdles, are heading to nationals to compete in hurdling.


Picture 1: Sophomore Sophia Bailey participates in the beam event. Bailey competed against Herndon, Langley, McLean, Yorktown and South Lakes High Schools.

Picture 2: Sophomore Ava Drewer competes in gymnastics on the beam in front of a judge panel.

Picture 3: Junior Ella Wyman sticks the landing after her flip in the vault event.

Senior Maddie Kuzdzal has been on the gymnastics team all four years of high school. She specializes in floor events, one of the four events offered in competition. Gymnasts can also participate in vault, bars and beam. The team plans on winning districts, regionals and going back for another year at the state competition.


Picture 1: Senior Adi Kambhampaty races against swimmers from Langley for winning time of 1:58 minutes.

Picture 2: Senior Jack Mowery races in 200-yard freestyle with winning time of 1:44 minutes, which was state-qualifying. The meet on January 24 was a dual meet against Langley High School as well as senior night.

Picture 3: Seniors line up and dance at the call of other teammates. The crowns on their head were symbols of their senior night.

Picture 4: Senior Adi Kambhampaty leads the team in a chant to pump up energy before racing.


Picture 1: Senior Luke Dangel goes for his dive in the meet against Langley.

One of only three boys on the dive team, sophomore Evan Brown stands undefeated at his meets. He won first place in the meet on January 24, and has broken his personal record this season. As a part of the tight-knit and supportive group, the team supports his successes and works hard to create their own. Senior Luke Dangel placed fourth and senior Austin Bannach placed fifth in the same event on January 24 against Langley High School.

Winter Cheer
Photos under basketball

Sideline cheer during winter season

Unlike in the fall which includes more competitive meets for the cheer team, winter is full of sideline cheering for other sports, such as basketball.


Picture 1: Senior Jacob Swisher competes against a Yorktown student as a varsity wrestler for a win on Saturday, January 18.
Picture 2: Sophomore Noah Laidhold wrestles a Yorktown student on Saturday, January 18.

Photos courtesy of Professional photography by Arlington sports photographer Patrick R. Kane on Saturday, January 18, 2020