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Celebrating Liberty District 🏀Champions! South Lakes Seahawks 💙💚@SeahawkSports @SLSeahawksBball https://t.co/W4iVZI0x8Q

12:51 PM - 16 Feb 19

Congratulations to @SLSeahawksBball, your 2019 Liberty District champs! @SeahawkBoosters @SeahawkSports https://t.co/zs8cMlnIVG

12:51 PM - 16 Feb 19

Congrats to Anna Redican, 3rd place State meet 100 back, 55:46. She beat her own school record two weeks ago at Re… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…

6:03 AM - 16 Feb 19

Sophia Landeryou @sophlanderyou broke her own school record in the 100 freestyle with a time of 52.67 https://t.co/qGZOQy4Hg5

6:02 AM - 16 Feb 19

CoEd Indoor Track

Yesterday

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   February 15, 2019     SOUTH LAKES HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS SUCCESSFULLY DEFEND 6A NORTH REGION D INDOOR TRACK TITLE   Another Valentine’s Day. Another Region title for the South Lakes High School girls indoor track and field team.   Led by junior Hannah Waller’s victories in the the 55 meters (7.12), 300 meters (40.09) and long jump (18-11.00), the Lady Seahawks successfully defended its VHSL 6A North Region D indoor track and field championship.   Last year’s region championship with the first for the school’s girls indoor track program. This season, the girls scored 133 points for this year’s title. Washington-Lee was second (67) and George C. Marshall finished third (51.50). The boys team scored 29.50 points for eighth place.   Along with winning three individual events, including a school-record in the long jump, Waller teamed with sophomore Juviannadean Mullings and juniors Emily Lannen and Mary Gregory to win the 4x400 meter relay in a season-best time of 3:59.47.     Gregory successfully defended her title in the 500 meters, winning the event in  1:17.31. She was also second in the 300 meters (41.94).    Lannen, who was third in the 1,000 meters (3:05.45), led SLHS to victory in the 4x800 meter relay on the first day of the two day championship. She teamed with senior Isabelle Gulgert and juniors Caitlyn Morris and Sydney Anderson for a winning time of 9:45.10. Morris also finished fourth in the 1,000 meters (3:06.37)   On the boys side, junior Caleb Miller won the shot put (45-06.50).   Other top five individual performances for the SLHS include: Freshman Jillian Howard second in the 55 meters (7.51) and fourth in the 300 meters (42.59). Fourth-place finishes by freshman Tyler Benett in the triple jump (41-00.25), sophomore Molly Shapiro in the pole vault (8-00.00), senior Nicole Post in the 55 meter hurdles (8.90), junior Marissa Banga in the 3,200 meters (11:53.66) and the boys 4x200 meter relay team of seniors Nicky Napolitano, Daniel Ezidinma, Stevie Jones and junior Jackson Cooley (1:34.36). Fifth-place finishes by senior Samantha Van Haaren in the high jump (5-00.00), sophomore Amelia DiBiase in the pole vault (7-06.00), Mullings in the 300 meters (42.67) and the boys 4x400 meter relay team of Cooley, Benett, Jones and junior David Ramirez (3:35.43).   South Lakes will send 21 athletes to compete in the VHSL 6A State Indoor Track and Field Championship February 22-23 at the Boo Williams Sportsplex in Hampton, VA.   For more information, please contact Scott Raczko, SLHS Track and Field Head Coach, at  swraczko@fcps.edu ...

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Your hardworking Seahawks completed the regular season on a 5 game winning streak, and defeated Langley on the road, 51-33.  Junior, Guard, Margo Somer, was phenomenally efficient, and led all sc...

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A strong 12-0 start, and 24-11 advantage after one quarter, set the scene for your hard working Seahawks on the road!  Junior, PG, Leila Copeland, led all scorers with a game high 24 points. She ...

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CoEd Indoor Track

5 days ago

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   February 9, 2019     SOUTH LAKES HIGH SCHOOL CONTINUES LIBERTY DISTRICT INDOOR TRACK AND FIELD CHAMPIONSHIPS WIN STREAK   It took a sweep to keep the streak going for the South Lakes High School boys indoor track team.   Finishing first, second and third in the shot put also took the team lead away from Herndon High and give the Seahawks its 11th consecutive Liberty District Indoor Track and Field Championship.   South Lakes finished the two-day championship, held at Prince George’s Sports and Learning Complex in Landover, Md., with 134.50 points. Herndon followed with 113. Washington-Lee scored 78 points for third, followed by Yorktown (51), Langley (50.50) and McLean (38).   The girls team had little difficulty in winning its eight consecutive district/conference title. They scored 176.50 points (88.50 on the first day) and were followed by Washington-Lee (90), Langley (84.50), McLean (50), Yorktown (45) and Herndon (18).   With two events left,  Herndon was up by nine points. Junior Caleb Miller, the No.1 ranked thrower in the district, won with a throw of 46-04.00. His teammates, seniors Jon Lister and Immanuel Semelfort, completed the sweep with their best throws of the season. Lister, whose personal-best was 39-03.00, threw 45-03.00 for second-place. Semelfort had a throw of 40-01.50 for third. His personal record was 35-09.00.   South Lakes dominated all four relays on Day 2 of the championships. Senior Jordan Anderson, junior Rhema Konadu, sophomore Juviannadean Mullings and freshman Jillian Howard won the girls 4x200 meter relay in 1;46.67. Seniors Nicky Napolitano, Daniel Ezidinma, Stevie Jones and junior Jackson Cooley followed and topped that performance by winning the boys 4x200 in a meet record time of 1:32.35. The previous mark of 1:33.04 was set in 2012 by SLHS.   In the 4x400 meter relay, seniors Nicole Post, Jordan Anderson and juniors Caitlyn Morris and Emily Lannen combined for a 4:07.40 for the win while Napolitano, senior Will Shapiro, junior David Ramirez and freshman Tyler Benett won the boys 4x400 in 3:36.17. The Seahawks several individual events on Day 2: **While the boys swept the shot put, junior Sarah Jane Brown took the top spot in the girls division with a throw of 30-03.75. Sophomore Molly Shapiro was fourth (28-03.00). **Mullings (42.09) and Jones (36.10) won their divisions of the 300 meter dash.  Howard (43.30, 3rd), Konadu (43.65, 4th) and Post (44.10,5th) also scored for the girls’ team in that event as did Napolitano (37.65, 4th) for the boys. **Lannen won the girls 1000 meters in 3:04.85. Morris was third (3:08.67) and senior Isabelle Gulgert finished fifth (3:11.77). Senior Calvin Warstler, who won the 3,200 meter run on Day 1, was fourth in the 1000 (2:40.01) and Ramirez finished fifth (2:40.83). **Gulgert was also sixth in the 1,600 meters (5:31.17). **Senior Kristen Williams (34-05.00) and Bennett (41-00.50) both finished second in their divisions of the triple jump. **In the high jump, senior Samantha Van Haaren finished tied for third (4-10.00) in the girls division while Shapiro (5-06.00) tied for fourth and Miller (5-04.00) tied for sixth in the boys division.   The Seahawks open this year’s championships with junior Hannah Waller winning the 55 meters (7.05 prelims, 7.08 finals) and the long jump (meet record 18-05.00) on Day 1 (January 23). Senior Asher Levy-Myers won the pole vault with a school record 13-04.00 that day. Junior Mary Gregory won the 500 meter dash in 1:18.32 on Day 1.   Waller and Gregory had just return from Iceland after competing for Team USA at the Reykjavik International Games and did not run in Day 2 of districts. However, they teamed with Konadu and Mullings and ran in the NASF Invitational Girls’ 4x200 Meter Relay at the Millrose Games February 9 in New York and finished fourth (1:41.49). Waller also ran in the Millrose Foundational Junior Girls’ 300 meter dash and finished fourth with a time of 38.89.   SLHS will compete in the VHSL 6A Region D championship scheduled for February 11 and 13 at the Prince George’s Sports and Learning Complex in Landover, MD. Should inclement weather cancel the February 11 activities, the meet will be conducted February 13-14 at the same location.   For more information, please contact Scott Raczko, SLHS Track and Field Head Coach, at  swraczko@fcps.edu ...

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Varsity Wrestling

1 week ago

Congratulations to the following wrestlers that places in the Liberty Districts Wrestling Championship  106LB Kevin Martin 1st 113LB JasonBias 4th 126LB Tyler O...

Your hardworking Seahawks celebrated our two teriffic seniors, Olivia Nielsen, and CC Zimmerman, prior to the home victory over Yorktown!  What a great day, as all THREE of our teams were vi...

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CoEd Indoor Track

2 weeks ago

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   January 24, 2019   SOUTH LAKES HIGH SCHOOL HAS RECORD SETTING PERFORMANCES AT FIRST DAY OF LIBERTY DISTRICT INDOOR TRACK AND FIELD CHAMPIONSHIPS   LANDOVER, MD - Senior Asher Levy-Myers vaulted into school history during Day 1 of the Liberty District Indoor Track and Field Championship Wednesday, January 23 here at the Prince George’s Sportplex.   Levy-Myers, who finished fourth in the pole vault last season (11-04.00),  won the event and broke the school record by clearing 13-04.00. The previous mark of 13-00.00 was set by Mark Manning during the 1985-1986 season. Teammates Jonathan Luu, also a senior, (5th) and junior Caleb Miller (6th) both cleared 10-06.00.   Senior Calvin Warstler led from start to finish in winning the 3,200 meters in 9:55.36.   Junior Hannah Waller led a sweep of the 55 meter dash, winning her second consecutive title in 7.08. Junior Rhema Konadu finished second (7.48), freshman Jillian Howard was third (7.49) and sophomore Juviannadean Mullings finished fourth (7.57). Waller also won the long jump with a Liberty District record leap of 18-05.00.   Mary Gregory, also a junior, successfully defended her title in the 500 meters with a winning time of 1:18.32. Junior Emily Lannen was second (1:20.05).    Other notable Day 1 performances from SLHS include: Senior Stevie Jones, second in both the long jump (21-01.50) and 55 meters, where he ran a 6A state meet qualifying time of 6.60. The girls 4x800 meter relay team of senior Sophie Halkett and juniors Beth Matthews, Caitlyn Morris and Sydney Anderson finished second (10:02.48). Junior David Ramirez second in the 500 meters (1:11.73). Senior Nicole Post third in the long jump (16-00.00) and fourth in the 55 meter hurdles (9.02). Sophomore Molly Shapiro third in the pole vault (7-03.00, 3rd). Fourth-place finishes were achieved by sophomore Amelia DiBiase in the pole vault (6-09.00), junior Jackson Cooley in the 55 meters (6.74), freshman William Watson in the 55 hurdles (9.05) and the boys 4x800 meter relay team of senior Webb Nims and juniors Stephen Esse, Vincent Prudhomme and Alex Beckner (8:47.79).   The final day of the Liberty District championship is scheduled for Friday, February 1 at the Prince George’s Sportsplex in Landover, MD.        Day 2 has been postponed due to snow and a reschedule date is still to be determined.    For more information, please contact Scott Raczko, SLHS Track and Field Head Coach, at  swraczko@fcps.edu ...

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Your hard working Seahawks began the game with strong competitive fire, on the way to a 23-9 lead after the first quarter, and a 43-15 lead at the half!  What an impressive team first performance...

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CoEd Indoor Track

3 weeks ago

Team NSAF taking 8 fast preps to Iceland indoor meet! Jan 24, 2019 by Steve Underwood PRESS RELEASE  For more than a decade, the  National Scholastic Athletics Foundation  (NSAF) has been creating teams of outstanding prep track and field athletes from around the country to compete as Team NSAF in international late-spring meets in the Caribbean. Now, for the first time, the NSAF will be doing the same during the winter season – with a unique European indoor event providing the competitive opportunity. A team of eight elite high schoolers – including U.S. leaders and record-setters like  Marcellus Moore  (Plainfield North HS, IL),  Ashton Allen  and  Leah Phillips  (both Bullis HS, Potomac, MD) – will be traveling to Reykjavik, Iceland next Friday, February 1, to participate in the  Reykjavik International Games . The RIG ( https://www.rig.is/en ...

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