Georgetown resident Gussie Johns, a rising junior at the University of Southern California, is currently playing in England for Team USA in the 2017 FIL Rathbones Women’s Lacrosse World Cup. Team USA has won seven of the nine world cups,...
The last time St. John’s beat DeMatha on the gridiron was 1994, the same year that “The Lion King” was released by Disney and the original PlayStation debuted. On Saturday afternoon — in front of a standing-room-only crowd that came...
The St. John’s College High School football team and girls soccer team were honored on the MaxPreps Tour of Champions for their accomplishments during the 2017 season. District of Columbia Army National Guard Specialist Jermaine Bowens presented head football coach...
By: Tadi Abedje Maret School cruised to a 43-7 victory over Sidwell Friends (0-6) on Saturday. This conference game quickly turned into a blowout. During the Quakers’ opening possession, quarterback Jordin Young started off with an 18-yard keeper to begin...
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...
When the Friday night lights came on last season, Wilson’s football team knew its offense would put on a show behind quarterback Steven Williams Jr. and wideout Sean Savoy. But the two are now suiting up on Saturdays for...
Under first-year head coach Desmond Dunham, the St. John’s girls cross-country team captured the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference team crown by nipping Bishop Ireton by five points — 56-61, with the lower score prevailing — and had sophomore runner...
Things were not looking good for the Wilson boys basketball team at halftime of its District of Columbia State Athletic Association championship game with St. John’s. The Tigers were down by seven points, had shot 1-for-9 from three-point land, and...
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...
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...

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