Cavalier sports are off to a strong start this season with both the soccer and cross country teams making good progress.
After tying Landon in the season opener, The Heights varsity soccer team claimed victory over Bullis (3-0), Archbishop Carroll (8-0), St. John’s (4-1), and Georgetown Prep (4-0), along with a close loss against Gonzaga (0-1) who scored on a penalty kick. After tying Bishop O’Connell on Tuesday, the Cavs’ record stands at 4-1-2; the team has outscored opponents 20-3, and has a wide spread of eight players contributing to goals so far this season.
Cav runners are off to the races this fall. The varsity cross country team came in sixth out of twenty at the Eagle Invitational, first out of twenty in the Bullis Invitational, and second in the Georgetown Prep Classic. Coaches Myers and Burke are also pleased with the team’s depth, as evident with the junior varsity’s recent performance at the Bullis Invitational and Georgetown Prep Classic, claiming victory at both.