Since capturing its first-ever Washington Catholic Athletic Conference field hockey championship in 2015 — and repeating that performance last year — St. John’s hasn’t usually been an underdog. But going into Thursday’s league title match against top-ranked Good Counsel, the...
Good Counsel won the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference boys championship on its home track May 20 with a score of 161, ahead of both St. John’s 130 and Gonzaga’s 91 points. While the Northwest teams didn’t strike gold, several of...
By ROBERT BETTMANN The Wilson boys basketball team ran through McKinley Tech in the DC Independent Athletic Association (DCIAA) tournament semifinal game on Feb. 17, winning 70-57. The Tigers never trailed and are favorites heading into Wednesday evening’s championship game with...
After winning five straight rounds, Burke junior Philip Keisler was tied with St. Albans’ Andrew Wu to determine who would be the chess champion of the D.C. State Athletic Association. In the playoff round, Keisler put the pressure on...
The Los Angeles Lakers captured the NBA summer league title on July 17 in a 110-98 win over the Portland Trailblazers. The Lakers saw contributions from Sidwell star Josh Hart during their run to the championship. The former Quaker, who...
By ROBERT BETTMANN After a tough week, the Gonzaga boys basketball team got back on track on Feb. 11 with a convincing victory over Archbishop Carroll, winning 65-59. While Gonzaga still has a 23-3 record, two of those losses have happened...
The Bulldogs saw their record fall to 2-4 for the season after a 51-13 loss to Episcopal in their Interstate Athletic Conference opener on Saturday afternoon. The St. Albans offense was led by senior quarterback Malcolm Spencer’s two touchdown passes....
The Current’s boys lacrosse player of the year is St. John’s defensive stud Colin Hinton. The future Maryland Terrapin and 2017 Washington Catholic Athletic Conference player of the year was the team’s backbone during its first-ever run to the WCAC...
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...
Things were not looking good for the Wilson boys basketball team at halftime of its District of Columbia State Athletic Association championship game with St. John’s. The Tigers were down by seven points, had shot 1-for-9 from three-point land, and...

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