Friday Morning Rundown


State Honor For SLHS’ Vigen — South Lakes High School senior Sara Vigen was one of four students awarded the Student-Athlete of the Year award by the Virginia Sports Hall of Fame and Museum.  Vigen, a soccer player with a 4.3 grade point average, has committed to play at William & Mary. She is the Liberty Conference Soccer Player of the Year and was named to the Washington Post’s first team all-region and first team all-Met in soccer. [FCPS]

Big Upset For SLHS Boys Basketball — Senior Brandon Kamga led all scorers with 29 points and teammate Zach Pearl added 20 points as the Seahawks upset No. 13 Woodson 75-70. [Washington Post]

Take The Tour De Lights — Reston Association’s Pedestrian and Bicycle Committee is organizing a bike tour of Reston’s holiday lights. Mark your calendar for Saturday, Dec. 20 4:30-6 p.m. Meet at Lake Anne Plaza parking lot. All ages are welcome, but riders must have experience and ability to keep up with a group averaging 10 mph over a one-hour ride, including hills. [Reston Association]

Girls Code — Checking in on unique club at Langston Hughes Middle School, where girls learn it is cool to write computer code. [Washington Post]

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