By: Aidan Kohn-Murphy The Citi Open is one of the D.C.’s most beloved sporting events. It’s been a staple of the city since 1969, and the 50th edition of this historic tournament will take place at the Rock Creek Park...
Washington International School’s volleyball team repeated as Potomac Valley Athletic Conference champions Monday by knocking off Model 3-2 with set scores of 25-15, 22-25, 25-18, 25-27 and 15-5. “I wanted to keep it up and do my part,” said senior...
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...
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...
Coming off their 11th straight Independent School League championship and fourth consecutive appearance in the D.C. State Athletic Association title game, the Visitation basketball team isn’t rebuilding. Rather, the Cubs are reloaded to make another run at both crowns. “This...
Throughout game three — the decisive game — of the Interstate Athletic Conference baseball championship series at Georgetown Prep, St. Albans first baseman Ethan Roth was heckled by Little Hoyas fans. Rather than letting them get into his head, Roth...
By: Tadi Abedje The Maret Frogs (3-3) and the Potomac Panthers (5-1) locked horns on Friday. The Frogs battled until the end, but the Panthers did just enough to capture a 26-22 victory. During the Frogs’ opening possession, they committed an...
The Wilson boys’ basketball team defeated Theodore Roosevelt, 71-59 in the District of Columbia Interscholastic Athletic Association (DCIAA) Championship game at Howard University’s Burr Gymnatisum on Feb. 21. It was the Tigers’ second conference championship in as many years after...
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...
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...

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