by Robert Bettmann At the recently renovated Theodore Roosevelt High School, the Roughriders boys basketball team dismantled the Cardozo High School Clerks, 95-41 on Jan. 5. The game was not as close as the final score indicates, with four minutes remaining...
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...
For the seventh straight year in a row, the Field boys track and field team won the Potomac Valley Athletic Conference. As a team, the Falcons scored 160 points, topping Jewish Day’s 62 on May 17 at Magruder. The Falcons’...
Jamahri Sydnor, a recent Wilson High School graduate who was preparing to leave for college at Florida A&M University, died on Saturday two days after she was shot by a stray bullet while driving near her Northeast home, according...
After graduating a slew of seniors from its 2016 D.C. State Athletic Association-winning boys soccer team, Washington International was thought to be in a rebuilding season. Instead, the Red Devils reloaded and dominated the Potomac Valley Athletic Conference. Washington International...
The Wilson boys’ basketball team defeated Theodore Roosevelt, 71-59 in the District of Columbia Interscholastic Athletic Association (DCIAA) Championship game at Howard University’s Burr Gymnatisum on Feb. 21. It was the Tigers’ second conference championship in as many years after...
By: Tadi Abedje The Maret Frogs fell to the Kingsman Academy Knights, 30-16, in the DCSAA Division A State semifinal. The two DC schools took their battle on a neutral turf at Sidwell Friends School. In the first quarter on the...
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...
The D.C. State Athletic Association recently inducted the first-ever class into its new High School Hall of Fame: 10 athletes and coaches who have made major contributions to scholastic and amateur sports in the District over the years. “What an...
Typically when sports teams are asked about expectations for goals, players and coaches voice cliches about “taking one day at a time,” “focusing on the next practice” or “trying to be the best.” Members of the St. John’s field hockey...

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