With time running down in the first overtime of the D.C. State Athletic Association girls soccer championship game, St. John’s junior Maliah Morris heard the official countdown — eight, seven … As the official got to six, Morris fired a...
For St. John’s senior setter Rebecca Frye, last week was one to remember. On Wednesday she signed a national letter of intent to play volleyball for James Madison University, and on Friday night she orchestrated the Cadets’ offense as...
St. Albans clung to a 1-0 lead as the clock at Georgetown University froze at two minutes and officials kept extra time on the field at the end of regulation in the waning moments of the D.C. State Athletic...
At the start of the season, junior Caitlin Bierwirth wasn’t a goalkeeper. The three-sport athlete was a field player who wanted to help the St. John’s girls soccer team finally get past Paul VI after St. John’s fell to...
Gonzaga defeated DeMatha 2-1 in overtime to repeat as Washington Catholic Athletic Conference boys soccer champions at the Maryland Soccerplex in Boyds, Md., on Sunday night. The Eagles scored the first goal of the game early in the first half...
The Wilson boys and girls soccer teams repeated as D.C. Interscholastic Athletic Association soccer champions in dominant fashion last week. On the boys side, the Tigers trounced Cardozo 3-0 at Dunbar last Wednesday after running roughshod through their public school...
Over the last two falls, just as certain as the arrival of autumn colors on leaves has been National Cathedral’s Page Lester winning gold. On Saturday afternoon, Lester won her second cross-country championship race in as many weeks, staking claim...
As teams from the Independent School League warmed up on a crisp fall Saturday, National Cathedral’s cross-country team blasted music and senior runner Page Lester danced to Børns’ “Electric Love.” She sang along: “I feel your energy rushing through...
Since capturing its first-ever Washington Catholic Athletic Conference field hockey championship in 2015 — and repeating that performance last year — St. John’s hasn’t usually been an underdog. But going into Thursday’s league title match against top-ranked Good Counsel, the...
Washington International School’s volleyball team repeated as Potomac Valley Athletic Conference champions Monday by knocking off Model 3-2 with set scores of 25-15, 22-25, 25-18, 25-27 and 15-5. “I wanted to keep it up and do my part,” said senior...

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