By Peter Lynch Pockets of ice rested on the still Potomac water beside the snow-lined banks on the first weekend in February, and most high school students were asleep in bed, but not the Woodrow Wilson High School Crew team....
By Tadi Abedje On February 1st, the Dunbar Crimson Tide were defeated by the Wilson Tigers on their home court, 63-36. It was a non-conference game between the two Northwest DC schools and it was a non-competitive contest from the...
Never heard of Pickleball? According to the USA Pickleball Association, this sport is one of the fastest growing adult sports in the country. The DC Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) even offers Pickleball at six locations around the city...
By: Orrin Konheim After the exodus of the Washington Redskins and D.C. United from RFK Stadium, the D.C. Roller Girls are picking up the slack for the neighborhood’s sports entertainment at the neighboring D.C. Armory. The sport of roller derby...
  By Tadi Abedje On Monday December 10th, the Dunbar Crimson Tide were defeated by the Coolidge Colts on their home court, 74-70. The conference game between the two Northwest DC...
By: Tadi Abedje On Tuesday, the Wilson High School Lady Tigers knocked off the National Cathedral Lady Eagles, 41-36. It was a competitive, exciting contest from the start. In the opening quarter, both teams exchanged turnovers on their opening possessions. National...
By: Tadi Abedje The Georgetown Day Mighty Hoppers suffered a 97-53 loss against the Episcopal Maroons in a non-conference game on Tuesday, November 28. In the first quarter, Asa Shannon started off the scoring for Episcopal with an and-one off a...
By: Tadi Abedje The Gonzaga Eagles defeated the DeMatha Stags in the WCAC Final, 46-43, in a exciting finish. It was a rematch of the triple overtime game these teams played earlier in the year, and it did not disappoint.  During...
By: Tadi Abedje The Maret Frogs fell to the Kingsman Academy Knights, 30-16, in the DCSAA Division A State semifinal. The two DC schools took their battle on a neutral turf at Sidwell Friends School. In the first quarter on the...
By: Orrin Konheim Will Christian, a reservist Lieutenant Commander for the Navy, has been an elite runner since high school. In Fall 2000, he was named to Washington Post’s All-Met team from Great Mills High School after breaking the state...

Top Stories