By: Tadi Abedje The Gonzaga Eagles defeated the DeMatha Stags in the WCAC Final, 46-43, in a exciting finish. It was a rematch of the triple overtime game these teams played earlier in the year, and it did not disappoint.  During...
During the time Josh Hart was at Sidwell and Kris Jenkins and Nate Britt starred for Gonzaga, two of the three took a turn as the District’s Gatorade boys basketball player of the year. On Thursday night, Hart — who...
Streaking Tigers take third straight game The Tigers won their third straight game on Friday, throttling Dunbar 21-0 and pushing their record to 3-2. Wilson’s running back tandem of junior Amir Gerald and senior Anton Reed combined for 206 rushing yards...
In the Gravy Bowl game on Nov. 18, Roosevelt’s vaunted defensive front was leaky — allowing Bell to earn nearly 120 rushing yards and to control the line of scrimmage at times. The Rough Riders managed to win that...
By: Aidan Kohn-Murphy After Andy Murray finally won his third-round match at 3 a.m. on Friday, he broke down into tears. It was emotional match, and Murray’s year-long comeback has been incredible. Competing in the Citi Open has been challenging for...
The Visitation softball team was trailing the top-seeded Flint Hill 6-3 at the top of the fourth inning on Sunday, but seemed poised to close the gap when its last two batters in the order — seniors Cristin George...
Georgetown resident Gussie Johns, a rising junior at the University of Southern California, is currently playing in England for Team USA in the 2017 FIL Rathbones Women’s Lacrosse World Cup. Team USA has won seven of the nine world cups,...
The last time St. John’s beat DeMatha on the gridiron was 1994, the same year that “The Lion King” was released by Disney and the original PlayStation debuted. On Saturday afternoon — in front of a standing-room-only crowd that came...
The St. John’s College High School football team and girls soccer team were honored on the MaxPreps Tour of Champions for their accomplishments during the 2017 season. District of Columbia Army National Guard Specialist Jermaine Bowens presented head football coach...
By: Tadi Abedje Maret School cruised to a 43-7 victory over Sidwell Friends (0-6) on Saturday. This conference game quickly turned into a blowout. During the Quakers’ opening possession, quarterback Jordin Young started off with an 18-yard keeper to begin...

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