By Tadi Abedje On February 15th, the Sidwell Friends Quakers (19-6) defeated the St. Andrew’s Episcopal Lions (16-8) on their home court, 58-33, on its Senior Night.  This conference game between two of the Top 10 ranked teams in DC...
With the game tied at 2-2, the National Cathedral dugout was a mix of joy and nausea on Wednesday afternoon. Though they were elated to be forcing extra innings against Visitation, Eagles coach Jennifer Phelps sensed uncertainty among the...
Ask any local softball coach or pitcher what the scariest sight is on the diamond and the answer is usually Visitation’s Sydney Love-Baker. “She can change the game with one swing,” said Sidwell coach Bethany Sindy. “She is quite the...
Roosevelt pushed its record to 5-2 with a dominant 29-0 victory at Cardozo on Friday night. The Rough Riders used their powerful rushing attack led by senior running back Alonzo Beverly, who averaged nearly 11 yards per carry while racking...
By Robert Bettmann Led by senior forward Saddiq Bey and junior guard Jason Gibson, the Sidwell Friends boys basketball team posted an impressive 71-53 victory over Bullis Jan. 6 in non-league play. Sidwell had lost four in a row, and the...
By: Tyler Byrum Patrick Ewing’s second season with the Georgetown Hoyas will begin in a few months. After a 15-15 season that placed the Hoyas in eighth place in the Big East, you can expect progression this season. The Hoyas experienced...
Wilson coach Desmond Dunham was mid-sentence in a conversation with The Current at Friday’s D.C. State Athletic Association Outdoor Track and Field Championships when Tigers senior Julian Cole slipped into the lead in the 110-meter boys hurdles race and...
Over the last five years, Desmond Dunham has presided over Wilson’s running teams, building a program that dominated the D.C. Interscholastic Athletic Association and competed successfully with private schools. Notably, Dunham’s tenure saw several D.C. State Athletic Association championship wins...
The Quakers were dominant in the Mid-Atlantic Athletic Conference boys cross-country championship finals in Derwood, Md., as they topped Flint Hill by 50 points to win the meet as a team. Sidwell’s top runners were senior Julian Dixon, who took...
By ROBERT BETTEMANN The St. John’s College High School girls basketball team secured the No. 1 seed in the upcoming Washington Catholic Athletic Conference (WCAC) tournament with a convincing 55-49 victory over Bishop McNamara on Feb. 19. Bishop McNamara will enter...

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