The Knights defeated the Cardinals 5-3 during an April 8 game played at Fannon Field in Alexandria.
Aurora Griffin, a former equestrian national champion and author,
received the 2017 Courage Award from Catholic Athletes for Christ April 23 at
Marymount University in Arlington. In addition, two athletes from every
Catholic high school and college in the Arlington Diocese were honored.
Rugby players from three Catholic colleges faced off at Christendom College in Front Royal April 1-2 in the first Frassati Invitational Rugby Tournament, named for Blessed Pier Giorgio Frassati.
Both the boys’ and girls’ basketball teams of Paul VI Catholic High
School in Fairfax advanced to the Washington Catholic Athletic
Conference title games Feb. 27 at American University’s Bender Arena.
The boys were defeated by Gonzaga College High School in Washington
68-55, while the girls lost to St. John’s High School in Washington
The Washington Catholic Athletic Conference held the 2017 Wrestling Championships at Our Lady of Good Counsel in Olney, Md., Feb. 4. The winner was St. John's College High School in Washington. More
Marymount University in Arlington launches a new hockey team.More
Paul VI boys and Bishop Ireton girls take top honors at NOVA Catholic Swim Meet Jan. 14.More
The girls’ varsity basketball team of Paul
VI Catholic High School in Fairfax won the Art Turner memorial tournament once
again last month. The Lady Panthers have
won 12 state championships, three WCAC (Washington Catholic
Athletic Conference) titles, and five holiday tournaments.More
Paul VI Catholic High School in Fairfax has
named Mike Grandizio head football coach. More
Ireton's Symantha Shackleford had nine points as Ireton took on O'Connell at Bishop Ireton High School in Alexandria Dec. 18. The Cardinals defeated the Knights 52-47. More
Running backs Stacey Watts and To'ren Pride combined for nearly 300 yards rushing and three touchdowns to lead Bishop O'Connell High School over Paul VI Catholic High School 40 during a Nov. 4 game in Fairfax. More
Paul VI Catholic High School in Fairfax received an outstanding
performance by goalie Gretchen Bennett and a tenacious defensive effort in its
1-0 victory over St. John’s College High School in Washington to capture its
first conference championship in soccer since 1993. Senior Gabriella Gordon
scored the game’s lone goal on an assist from Maya Anand. Bennet recorded 17
saves on the night.More