The District of Columbia State Athletic Association recently announced its All-State basketball teams. The teams were selected by voting among the coaches. GIRLS BASKETBALL PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Azzi Fudd, St. John's. FIRST TEAM: Nalani Lyde, Sidwell Friends; Tatyana Seymour, Bell; Ellie...
By: Bijan Bayne Georgetown and Columbia competed in the Lou Little Cup on Saturday. And after trailing by as much as 23-0 in the final quarter, the Hoyas fell to Columbia, 23-15. The loss dropped the Hoyas’ record to 1-3,...
Two years ago, Gonzaga’s then-underclassmen found themselves on the diamond at Nationals Park vying for the D.C. State Athletic Association championship. They were trying to hold down the fort while filling in for the senior Eagles, who were missing...
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...
By: Katherine Fominykh Despite the steady rain washing down on Gonzaga's home field, nothing could have extinguished the Eagles' firepower on Saturday afternoon. Gonzaga (3-0) handily sent their visitors from New Jersey, Don Bosco, home, 37-7. Though it was the...
SEMIFINALS, March 1 GIRLS BASKETBALL No. 1 St. John's def. No. 4 Anacostia, 83-66 - will play No. 2 Georgetown Visitation No. 2 Georgetown Visitation def. No. 3 Sidwell Friends, 45-29 - Will play No. 1 St. John's * Championship game at 3:30 p.m. on...
By RON HARRIS Errol Spence, Jr. retained his International Boxing Federation welterweight championship with a TKO of Washington, D.C.’s Lamont Peterson on Jan. 20 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn. Peterson came out for the eighth round, however trainer/mentor/father figure Barry...
In the 32-year history of the D.C. Gatorade player of the year awards, no winner had ever come from School Without Walls’ athletics program. That came to an end on June 22 when Walls sprinter Ingrid Joseph was named 2017’s...
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...
By Robert Bettmann After struggling with Bishop Ireton’s zone defense, and dealing with early foul trouble, the St. John’s College High School boys basketball team stayed on a roll Friday night, wining its fourth game in row by a score...

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