St. John’s and Gonzaga have battled on the gridiron since the 1920s and have met more than 90 times — but until Saturday afternoon, they had never faced off for the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference crown. When the bitter rivals...
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...
Never heard of Pickleball? According to the USA Pickleball Association, this sport is one of the fastest growing adult sports in the country. The DC Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) even offers Pickleball at six locations around the city...
By: Tadi Abedje On Tuesday, the Wilson High School Lady Tigers knocked off the National Cathedral Lady Eagles, 41-36. It was a competitive, exciting contest from the start. In the opening quarter, both teams exchanged turnovers on their opening possessions. National...
By: Aidan Kohn-Murphy Rain, rain, go away. Come again some other day. It seems as if DC weather took this message to heart. The rain started Monday night around 6:30 p.m. It rained out Stan Wawrinka’s first Citi Open appearance...
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...
By: Aman Kidwai In the first game of the season on their home field at Greene Stadium, the Howard Bison (2-3, 2-1 MEAC) made easy work of the Delaware State Hornets, 55-13, on a windy afternoon in Shaw. It wasn’t a perfect...
Maret lost highly touted lineman Davonte Gordon to injury against Severn School on Oct. 6 — leaving the Frogs shorthanded on the edge of the offensive line at tackle and on the defensive front’s interior line. In Maret’s Mid-Atlantic Conference...
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...
by Tadi Abedje On February 24th, the Sidwell Friends Quakers (21-7) were defeated by the Flint Hill Huskies (26-3), 63-47 in the Mid-Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAC) championship game. The game was played on a neutral site at Georgetown Day School...

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