The D.C. State Athletic Association recently awarded 16 high school seniors $1,000 scholarships as part of the Student-Athlete Academic Scholarship Program it sponsors in partnership with Wendy’s restaurants. The winners were honored May 31 at the Sumner School Museum...
The toughest race for The Current’s All-Northwest player of the year occurred on the softball diamond, between Visitation senior slugger Sydney Love-Baker and National Cathedral junior ace pitcher Logan Robinson. Ultimately, after polling coaches and reviewing our own coverage,...
Jack Roberts led St. John’s to its fourth straight Washington Catholic Athletic Conference title last month -- and his strong season earned him the title of Northwest Player of the Year. “He’s going to be ecstatic,” said St. John’s coach...
The Current’s boys lacrosse player of the year is St. John’s defensive stud Colin Hinton. The future Maryland Terrapin and 2017 Washington Catholic Athletic Conference player of the year was the team’s backbone during its first-ever run to the WCAC...
The Current’s girls lacrosse player of the year is Molly Brock of St. John’s, who in her stellar senior season transformed the Cadets from an afterthought in the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference into a force to reckon with. “The program...
Wilson coach Desmond Dunham was mid-sentence in a conversation with The Current at Friday’s D.C. State Athletic Association Outdoor Track and Field Championships when Tigers senior Julian Cole slipped into the lead in the 110-meter boys hurdles race and...
For the seventh straight year in a row, the Field boys track and field team won the Potomac Valley Athletic Conference. As a team, the Falcons scored 160 points, topping Jewish Day’s 62 on May 17 at Magruder. The Falcons’...
As a team, St. Albans finished in second place with 97 points, behind Bullis’ dominant 227 score. But the Northwest school still had several athletes stand out at the Interstate Athletic Conference championship meet at Landon on May 13. Winning...
The Georgetown Day boys outdoor track and field team took second place overall at the Mid-Atlantic Conference championships meet, with a score of 133 behind Potomac School’s 149 on May 13 at Holton-Arms. The Hoppers’ first-place medalists were Kyland Smith...
Good Counsel won the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference boys championship on its home track May 20 with a score of 161, ahead of both St. John’s 130 and Gonzaga’s 91 points. While the Northwest teams didn’t strike gold, several of...

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