By ROBERT BETTMANN After a tough week, the Gonzaga boys basketball team got back on track on Feb. 11 with a convincing victory over Archbishop Carroll, winning 65-59. While Gonzaga still has a 23-3 record, two of those losses have happened...
By: Tadi Abedje On a rainy night, the Wilson Tigers (7-2) defeated the Dunbar Crimson Tide (3-4) on their home turf in a 20-6 slugfest. This conference game quickly turned into a knock-down, drag-out affair. During the Crimson Tide’s opening possession,...
With a runner in scoring position and two outs on the board, Visitation freshman pitcher Kiera Dent stepped up to the plate. When she made contact and dropped the ball into play, a moment of panic beset the first-year...
St. John’s boys basketball coach Sean McAloon — who led the team to the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference title in 2016 and was named the league’s coach of the year that same season — is leaving the program to...
The St. John’s volleyball team stormed into Bishop O’Connell in Arlington and swept the Knights 3-0 on Monday night. That score obscures some last-minute tension, as the Cadets faced adversity in the third set and trailed for most of the...
For St. John’s senior setter Rebecca Frye, last week was one to remember. On Wednesday she signed a national letter of intent to play volleyball for James Madison University, and on Friday night she orchestrated the Cadets’ offense as...
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...
By Peter Lynch Pockets of ice rested on the still Potomac water beside the snow-lined banks on the first weekend in February, and most high school students were asleep in bed, but not the Woodrow Wilson High School Crew team....
For the last seven years, there had only been one question in the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference’s boys lacrosse scene — which team will lose to Gonzaga in the title game? On Monday night, St. John’s wasn’t going to be...
Throughout the spring, Eric Harrison Jr. consistently sprinted past the competition to rack up first-place finishes and medals for St. John’s. On June 22, his efforts were rewarded with another award when he was named the Gatorade D.C. boys...

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