by Robert Bettmann At the recently renovated Theodore Roosevelt High School, the Roughriders boys basketball team dismantled the Cardozo High School Clerks, 95-41 on Jan. 5. The game was not as close as the final score indicates, with four minutes remaining...
By Robert Bettmann Led by senior forward Saddiq Bey and junior guard Jason Gibson, the Sidwell Friends boys basketball team posted an impressive 71-53 victory over Bullis Jan. 6 in non-league play. Sidwell had lost four in a row, and the...
By Jack Lynch Even as the face of D.C. high school hockey changes, its home stays the same. Wilson — still finding its way through its inaugural season — took down perennial local favorite DC Stars 6-5 on a snowy...
By Robert Bettmann St. John’s quarterback Kevin Doyle has been named 2017’s Gatorade D.C. football player of the year in recognition of his exceptional season with the Cadets, this year’s Washington Catholic Athletic Conference champions. Doyle threw for 2,204 yards while...
By Robert Bettmann For the St. John’s boys basketball team, Sunday night’s National HoopFest game against IMG Academy of Florida was an opportunity to compete against some of the very best student athletes in the nation. It was also a...
By Jack Lynch The DC Classic basketball tournament, held at Gonzaga’s Carmody Center, drew teams from as far afield as New York and North Carolina — but the host Eagles dominated across the board, winning all three of their games...
Coming off their 11th straight Independent School League championship and fourth consecutive appearance in the D.C. State Athletic Association title game, the Visitation basketball team isn’t rebuilding. Rather, the Cubs are reloaded to make another run at both crowns. “This...
After years of sacrificing high school parties for late nights on the ice rink, recent Georgetown Day graduate Conor McDermott-Mostowy will compete in Milwaukee next month for a place on the U.S. Olympic long track speed skating team. The 18-year-old...
In the St. John’s boys basketball team’s second scrimmage of the season, the Cadets showed that losing some talent to graduation and getting a new head coach wouldn’t stop them from charging ahead with a fast-paced offense and opportunistic...
In the Gravy Bowl game on Nov. 18, Roosevelt’s vaunted defensive front was leaky — allowing Bell to earn nearly 120 rushing yards and to control the line of scrimmage at times. The Rough Riders managed to win that...

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