After three years of watching Wilson’s baseball team enjoy annual spring break trips to the Dominican Republic, the seniors on the Tigers softball team wanted a similar experience. “All of the seniors went to coach Gore and said that...
By Jack Lynch The DC Classic basketball tournament, held at Gonzaga’s Carmody Center, drew teams from as far afield as New York and North Carolina — but the host Eagles dominated across the board, winning all three of their games...
By: Bijan C. Bayne After a remarkable 7-4 season, the Bison are looking to achieve much more in 2018. But since this squad experienced a shocking turnaround in 2017, some players received huge preseason honors. BOXTOROW named junior wide receiver Jequez...
The girls lacrosse teams at Wilson and Field are two of the newer programs in the area — both looking to create a path for more schools to buy into the sport, while simultaneously trying to catch up to...
The Under Armour All-America Lacrosse games — the nation’s biggest high school lacrosse showcase — took over Towson University last week and a slew of Northwest lacrosse players stepped into the fray. In the main event, Colin Hinton — a...
For the last two years, H.D. Woodson has stood between Wilson and its first D.C. Interscholastic Athletic Association championship since 1991. The Warriors defeated the Tigers in the last two Turkey Bowls, and although Wilson came into Friday night’s game...
The Sidwell Friends wrestling team took down Potomac, 48-24 in a Jan. 30 meet with only three matches wrestled and many more forfeits. Because of the small size of both teams, there were few weight classes that had wrestlers from...
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...
For Wilson’s senior softball players, Tuesday’s D.C. Interscholastic Athletic Association championship was a game of lasts — their last pregame warmup, their last huddle and their last time together on the field. After ringing up a 19-0 victory over Bell,...
The Capitol City 14U all-stars defeated Rising Sun 10-6 to capture the Maryland State Tournament Little League baseball championship on Sunday. The team — Charlie Ganote, David Michael Jefferson, Wesley Hogan, Jack Larkin, Xavier Grobbel, Jeremy Jensen, Amartya Eswaran-King, Benny...

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