With a 3-0 victory over the McLean Highlanders in recent girls field hockey action, the defending state champion Langley Saxons (5-3) kept the annual Rotary Cup in their possession.
The second regular-season game between the high-school teams and neighborhood rivals each season is designated as the Rotary Cup game.
Langley has now won six straight such contests all by shutouts, and holds an overall 15-11 edge since the annual clash began in 1995.
Langley’s overall record this season is 5-3. McLean is 3-5.
- The Madison Warhawks remained undefeated in girls high-school field hockey with a 9-0 record and as many shutouts.
Madison has outscored opponents, 31-0. Its last three victories were over Westfield, 5-0, Chantilly, 3-0, and Centreville, 6-0, in Concorde District matches.
- The Marshall Statesmen are 6-1 overall and 4-0 in the National District girls field hockey, outscoring those four league rivals 15-0.
Recent district wins for Marshall were over Falls Church, 5-0, Edison, 6-0, and Wakefield, 3-0.