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Godwin golf team has another successful season

After winning the state championship in 2014, the Godwin golf team nearly brought home the state championship trophy for the second consecutive year. The team lost several starters from last year’s team to graduation including one of the most accomplished athletes in recent history at Godwin, Mark Lawrence. However, the team returned multiple key starters […]

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Boys soccer team crowned State Champs

After falling short in the 5A state semifinals a year ago, the Godwin boys soccer team returned to Fairfax to win the second state championship in the history of Godwin boys soccer.

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End of season awards for fall sports

All-Conference: Football First Team: Ricky Lewis, Sr. (WR) Second Team: Will Barney, Sr.; Ben Carroll, Jr.; Wesley Dugger, So.; Ricky Lewis, Sr. (KR); John Kastner, Sr. Field Hockey Mariah Ingegni, Sr.; Taylor McDonald, Sr.; Molly Wheeler, Fr. Boys Volleyball First Team: Spencer West, Jr. Second Team: Connor Hicks, So.; Adam Smith, Jr. Golf Colton Grow, […]

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Godwin Girls’ Tennis wins state championship

When Mark Seidenberg took over as the head coach of the girls tennis program here at Godwin in 1994, the school had only one state championship. Since Seidenberg began his campaign, 10 more state championships have been won.

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McPherson named head football coach

Former Tucker assistant coach, Logan McPherson, will be replacing John Phillips as the Mills Godwin varsity head football coach. Phillips will assume an assistant principal position at Godwin this summer. In his high school years, McPherson played for Fork Union Military Academy as a starting inside linebacker.  After graduating from high school, he went on […]

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Godwin boy’s baseball falls to Freeman

On April 4, Godwin baseball fell to Freeman 3-1 in a low scoring affair behind the pitching of Daniel Lynch and Miller Trevvett.

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Godwin sophomore wins $20,000 scholarship

Recently, sophomore David Lu and his team won a $20,000 scholarship for their success in the Siemens Competition in Math, Science, and Technology.

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DEA agent speaks to students in honor of Red Ribbon Week

On Oct. 25, former Godwin student and current Special Agent of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), Michael Tooley returned to Godwin to speak to geometry teacher Rob White’s classes.

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Godwin vs. Deep Run football coverage 10/4/13

Godwin versus Deep Run is known as “the premier high school rivalry in Short Pump.” The rivalry is always heated, and after weeks of trash talk among the students of the two schools, everything was settled Friday night on the football field at Axselle Stadium.