For a young team, no matter how talented, learning how to put together a complete game can be a harsh lesson. Last Wednesday, Sidwell’s softball team saw a two-run lead at St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes evaporate on a walk-off...
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...
Typically when sports teams are asked about expectations for goals, players and coaches voice cliches about “taking one day at a time,” “focusing on the next practice” or “trying to be the best.” Members of the St. John’s field hockey...
Needing a touchdown with the ball at Bell’s 21-yard line and just two seconds on the clock, Roosevelt quarterback Leon Gray took the snap and rolled to his right as the Griffins’ defense closed in. As the junior took...
By: Orrin Konheim An hour after tennis matches were scheduled to start on Thursday at the Citi Open, a group of security officers crowded in a tented area because of a storm.  The Sloane Stephens upset and the first-ever professional matchup between...
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...
The Washington DC Sports Hall of Fame added nine new members this month in a ceremony at Nationals Park. The July 9 inductees were selected based on their accomplishments and contributions to sports in the Greater D.C. area. The hall...
Scores Bell 54, Coolidge 0 Ballou 13, Wilson 7 Potomac School 14, Maret 7 St. John’s 49, McNamara 0 Gonzaga 41, Archbishop Carroll 8 Episcopal 51, St. Albans 13 Upcoming Games Friday Sidwell at Maret, 4 p.m. DeMatha at St. John’s, 1 p.m. Saturday Anacostia at Wilson, 2 p.m. St. Albans at...
In just his first season of varsity basketball, Georgetown Day’s Jordan Rayford is quickly making a name for himself. The freshman continued to make his DC presence known in a home contest with St. Anselm’s Abbey on Jan. 19 by...
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...

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