By Jack Lynch
Even as the face of D.C. high school hockey changes, its home stays the same. Wilson — still finding its way through its inaugural season — took down perennial local favorite DC Stars 6-5 on a snowy…

In 2016, Gonzaga’s offensive identity and production was easy to pinpoint — the triumvirate of quarterback Sam Brown, running back Tyree Randolph and wideout Max Fisher reliably lit up the scoreboard.
The trio is now suiting up on Saturdays for…

For St. John’s senior setter Rebecca Frye, last week was one to remember. On Wednesday she signed a national letter of intent to play volleyball for James Madison University, and on Friday night she orchestrated the Cadets’ offense as…

Since 2010, Gonzaga’s lacrosse team has run roughshod over both local and national competition while capturing seven straight Washington Catholic Athletic Conference crowns and establishing itself as one of the best teams in the country.
But after graduating 17 players…

When the Friday night lights came on last season, Wilson’s football team knew its offense would put on a show behind quarterback Steven Williams Jr. and wideout Sean Savoy. But the two are now suiting up on Saturdays for…

Since the early 1990s, Wilson’s baseball team has ruled the D.C. Interscholastic Athletic Association. Coming into this season, the Tigers are eying their 25th consecutive league crown along with the chance to extend their unbelievable 22-year undefeated streak in…

St. Albans clung to a 1-0 lead as the clock at Georgetown University froze at two minutes and officials kept extra time on the field at the end of regulation in the waning moments of the D.C. State Athletic…

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…

By Tadi Abedje
On February 1st, the Dunbar Crimson Tide were defeated by the Wilson Tigers on their home court, 63-36. It was a non-conference game between the two Northwest DC schools and it was a non-competitive contest from the…

By: Orrin Konheim
After the exodus of the Washington Redskins and D.C. United from RFK Stadium, the D.C. Roller Girls are picking up the slack for the neighborhood’s sports entertainment at the neighboring D.C. Armory. The sport of roller derby…

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