D.C. Public Schools will partner with the renowned Fútbol Club Barcelona and the FC Barcelona Foundation, Mayor Muriel Bowser announced last Wednesday in an event held at Roosevelt High. The deal will give the District’s public middle school students access...
The Wilson girls and boys cross-country teams dominated the D.C. Interscholastic Athletic Association championship meet on Thursday at Fort Dupont Park. On the girls side, Wilson had four of the top-five finishers. Senior Allie O’Brien won the race, sophomore Ava Nicely...
By Robert Bettmann After struggling with Bishop Ireton’s zone defense, and dealing with early foul trouble, the St. John’s College High School boys basketball team stayed on a roll Friday night, wining its fourth game in row by a score...
By: Aman Kidwai In the first game of the season on their home field at Greene Stadium, the Howard Bison (2-3, 2-1 MEAC) made easy work of the Delaware State Hornets, 55-13, on a windy afternoon in Shaw. It wasn’t a perfect...
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...
When Gonzaga kicked off its football season last month, Eagles coach Randy Trivers told The Current that his young team had a very high ceiling with a lot of potential. On Saturday afternoon, the Eagles showed just how high they...
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...
The D.C. Fencers Club recently saluted Amanda Sirico (Bowie, MD) and Isaac Shelanski (Washington, D.C.), who both earned individual bronze medals at the 2018 National Collegiate Men’s and Women’s Fencing Championships. The championships were held at Pennsylvania State University on...
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...
St. John’s to add varsity sport The St. John’s equestrian club, which has been at the school for four years, will be recognized as a varsity sport in the fall of 2017, the school announced on April 19. This year, the...

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