Tuesday, May 14, 2013
The Stallions are on their way.
The South County High School varsity boys lacrosse team (11-3) defeated Westfield 10-9 in overtime on Tuesday night in the first round of the Northern Region Boys Lacrosse Tournament. The Stallions play Langley on Friday night at home. Langley (12-6) crushed Washington-Lee 17-2 on Tuesday to advance to the second round. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter! The Northern Region Boys Lacrosse Tournament Schedule (all games begin at 7 p.m.): See Virginia Boys Lacrosse: Northern Region Playoff Bracket, Full Schedule Go Stallions!
The Stallions were 17-1 this season.
The South County High School varsity softball team is entering this year's Patriot District Tournament on top. With a 17-1 record, the Stallions will play their first tournament game at home Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. Should they move on, the Stallions will play Friday in the District Semifinals, followed Monday by the District finals. There is one senior on the Stallions roster this season, so expect more results from this team next season. The team will also play in the regional playoffs (all games begin at 7 p.m.): Go Stallions! Look at the clock. It's time to follow us on Facebook and Twitter!
Saturday, May 4, 2013
How far will he take the Stallions?
South County High School has a new varsity basketball coach. Travis Hess, the former head coach the Langley Saxons, comes to Stallion territory with an impressive 18-3 record. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter! Hess, who taught math at Langley for eight years, led Langley to four consecutive district championships and three regional final four appearances. He has been awarded the Patriot District Coach of the Year honor five times. Hess received his degree in mathematics from Bloomsburg University and his Masters in Educational Leadership from George Mason University. He has taught probability and statistics, algebra 1 and 2 and trigonometry. Good luck Coach Hess! Go Stallions!
Saturday, February 23, 2013
The Cavaliers won 67-49
The W.T. Woodson Cavaliers beat South County 67-49 on Friday night, knocking the Stallions out of the Northern Region tournament and ending their season. Woodson faced Wakefield in the championship game on Saturday. South County (7-15 in the regular season) won four out of the last five playoff games. Game Breakdown: Are you following us on Facebook and Twitter?
Wednesday, February 20, 2013
The winner on Friday goes to the state tournament.
The South County Stallions defeated the Chantilly Chargers 74-57 at home on Tuesday in the second round of the Northern Region Tournament. Tight defense led the South County team to victory, and the Stallions face Woodson for the regional championship game at 6 p.m. Friday at Robinson Secondary School. South County (7-15 in the regular season) has won four out of the last five playoff games. "We had a lot of close-call games in January, and I think the team learned from them," said South County coach Wendell Johnson. "And we've learned the defense we need to have in order to win at this level." South County senior forward Justin Hampton led the Stallions with 22 points. "If we lose we're done, and none of us want to turn our stuff in …
Friday, September 21, 2012
South County wins boys' and girls' races; Lee runner posts top individual time
South County Secondary School’s cross-country teams swept a weekday ‘Quad Meet’ at Occuquan Regional Park on Wednesday. Four teams competed: Annandale High School, Lee High School, T.C. Williams High School and South County, with Lee as the official host of the event. South County’s boys’ and girls’ teams both emerged victorious when the results were tallied late Wednesday night. Lee finished second in the boys’ race, followed by Annandale. A delayed school bus caused the T.C. Williams boys’ team to miss their race, so their results were not counted. But they wanted to run anyway, so Lee head coach Jason Rodriguez allowed them to do so in the girls’ race that took place afterward. The Annandale girls’ team took second place in that race, …
Tuesday, September 18, 2012
What have you got going on today?
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Tuesday, September 18, 2012
Happy Tuesday, Sept. 18! There are 104 days left in the year, and 49 until Election Day! Here are five facts about today: Have a great day!
Thursday, September 13, 2012
Coaches weigh in on the South County and West Potomac game.
The South County Stallions (0-2) face the undefeated West Potomac Wolverines this Friday. Each week, we'll check in with the Stallions to see how they're preparing for the game ahead. This week: If there's one thing on which the head football coaches at South County and West Potomac can agree, it's that Friday will be a hard fought battle. The Stallions, led by Gerry Pannoni, hope to rely on their defense. Pannoni will be focusing on the Stallions' running game. Wolverines head coach Jeremiah Davis doesn't take South County's 0-2 record for granted. Here's what they had to say about the matchup: Head Coach Gerry Pannoni of South County: "We have focused very hard on taking great angles for our run fits, and also pushed the kids hard in …
Friday, August 17, 2012
The Stallions are looking to capitalize off last year's achievements
The South County High School Stallions are back, and are working to capitalize from last year's stellar athletic season. "District and Region championships have become part of our culture at South County," said Mike Pflugrath, director of student activities at South County High School. "Our school spirit is very high. Our student-athletes know that they have the support of their classmates, the South County High School staff and community." 2011-12 Highlights The Stallions achieved much last year, including five Patriot District Championships in football, golf, girls indoor track, softball and girls outdoor track. And, there are only veteran head coaches this year. The football team even got to the state championship game, but fell to …
Wednesday, August 15, 2012
The first scrimmage is this Friday.
Football season is back! Last year, the South County Stallions went all the way to the State Championship Game. How far will they get in 2012? Check out their schedule below: Go Stallions!