Girls Varsity Soccer

  • Overall Record: 4 - 1
  • Conference Record: 2 - 0
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Danielle Katz Named NSCAA HS All-American

Congratulations to girls soccer senior goalkeeper Danielle Katz on being named 2017 NSCAA Scholar All-American. She is the second Winston Churchill player to be named to the team, Austin Hsu for the boys. Danielle will continue your academic and athletic career at the Air Force Academy in Colorado this fall.   NSCAA Scholar All-American

Two More Sign!

After amazing careers at Winston Churchill High School, Senior girls soccer players Kendall Hamilton & Frannie Phillips signed their Letters of Intent today. Kendall will attend the University of North Carolina Charlotte and Frannie will attend the University of North Carolina Wilmington. We are so proud of both young ladies and wish them the very

Fall Sportsmanship Awards

Congratulations to our Fall Sportsmanship Award winning teams! A primary focus of the MCPS interscholastic athletics program is the promotion and reinforcement of good sportsmanship among coaches, players and fans. Today, Winston Churchill was awarded a school record of 9 awards on the season. At the beginning of the athletics season, Athletic Director Jesse Smith emphasized

Washington Post All-Met Teams Released

Washington Post All-Met The Washington Post’s All-Met team was announced today and included several Bulldogs. Making First Team are the following athletes: D Austin Hsu Churchill / Sr. Shut-down central defender excelled when the Bulldogs handed Walter Johnson its only loss of the season; Hsu scored the winning goal and orchestrated a shutout. D Frannie Phillips

Girls Soccer Accomplishments, Awards, & Season Highlight Video

Congratulations to our girls JV & Varsity Soccer teams. The girls JV team finished the season with only one loss while the Varsity finished with 2 losses and fell in the regional final. It was a great season for our girls and resulted in, a #6 ranking in the Washington Post final season rankings and