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Yorktown Defeats District Rival Hayfield

by ARLnow.com September 26, 2011 at 11:00 am 3,065 15 Comments

The Yorktown Patriots are now 4-0 after defeating National District football rival Hayfield before a home crowd Friday night.

Despite a slow start on offense, the Yorktown defense held up and led the team to a 21-0 victory. The Patriots will try to improve to 5-0 this week when the team faces J.E.B. Stuart on the road.

  • MC 703

    Go local pointyball team!

  • rick

    STEVE HOLT!!

  • Johnny Utah

    why are those copyrights so big

    • John

      I could easily clone stamp those copyrights out in Photoshop.

      • drax

        Thereby rendering the photos no longer under copyright!

  • charlie

    arlnow knows that the cheerleaders are minors, right?

    • CW

      Actually, methinks they are all minors, so shouldn’t their faces all be blurred?

      Also, is ARLnow going to be our new source for local high school sports news, or was someone just itching for an excuse to try out his shiny new telephoto lens? 🙂

    • Brendan

      They’re in a public space so their right of privacy has been waived. You can take pictures of anyone.

      • CW

        ARLnow does not seem to agree with this…see any story regarding a crime or police…

  • Stu Pendus

    Rumor is the County will not let Yorktown play them until they change the school name to Defeated Southern Aggressor High.

    • Richard Cranium

      So I guess my suggestion of the “Old Jefferson Davis Patriots” is right out too?

    • John

      The Raiders will undoubtedly go down in defeat, but that will not sully the school’s proud namesake. Expect another Yorktown shutout.

  • NoVapologist

    My Yankee relations still get a kick out of the fact that I live in an area that has public high schools named for Robert E. Lee and Jeb Stuart.

    • drex

      All a part of history making up this country.

  • Mike

    I like the high school sports addition to arlnow – thank you.

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