By: Tyler Byrum Patrick Ewing’s second season with the Georgetown Hoyas will begin in a few months. After a 15-15 season that placed the Hoyas in eighth place in the Big East, you can expect progression this season. The Hoyas experienced...
By: Tyler Byrum Maurice Joseph is one of the youngest coaches in Division I basketball. He's entering his third season with the George Washington Colonials. And he's still getting his feet wet. Joseph, 33, isn't afraid to admit he’s still learning. “I've grown...
After Visitation’s dominant 20-9 victory over Stone Ridge on Thursday, Cubs coach Katie McMahon sat the team down for its usual post-game chat and asked her team, “Who scored today?” Ten arms shot up. “That’s how you want it,” said...
The D.C. State Athletic Association recently inducted the first-ever class into its new High School Hall of Fame: 10 athletes and coaches who have made major contributions to scholastic and amateur sports in the District over the years. “What an...
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...
A basketball team usually needs at least five players in order to play a regulation game. On Jan. 25, the Flint Hill girls’ basketball team really only needed three. Juniors Claire Miller and Whitney Wiley, along with senior Cami Lamont, combined...
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....
St. John’s capitalized on DeMatha mistakes to get on the scoreboard, then showed its championship mettle by burying the Stags 6-1 to complete a sweep of the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference baseball championship series. The Cadets’ victory at the University...
Coming off championship victories, many high school teams have to rebuild after losing stellar seniors to graduation. But even after St. John’s graduated Jack Roberts — the D.C. Gatorade baseball player of the year who helped the Cadets to their...
Over the last five years, Desmond Dunham has presided over Wilson’s running teams, building a program that dominated the D.C. Interscholastic Athletic Association and competed successfully with private schools. Notably, Dunham’s tenure saw several D.C. State Athletic Association championship wins...

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