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  1. Marta Sniezek, Taylor Murray named Gatorade state players of the year in basketballRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 23 | The Washington Post

    National Cathedral senior Marta Sniezek was named D.C. Gatorade Player of the Year for the second straight season. Just one month after being named D.C. Gatorade Player of the Year in girls' soccer , Marta Sniezek earned the same honor in girls' basketball earlier this month, bringing her grand hardware total to three.


  2. NCAA Tournament: Josh Hart, Jerian Grant lead D.C. area players into the Big DanceRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 17 | The Washington Post

    Former Sidwell Friends All-Met Josh Hart helped Villanova earn a top seed in the NCAA Tournament. The argument has often been made the D.C. metro area produces the best talent when it comes to basketball.


  3. Final Washington Post boysa basketball rankings for 2014-15Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 16 | The Washington Post

    Thomas Bruce and DeMatha capped another stellar season with a pair of private school tournament titles. After falling in the WCAC championship, the Stags bounced back behind conference player of the year Markelle Fultz to win the Maryland Private Schools and Alhambra Catholic Invitational titles.


  4. AllMetSports superlatives for the 2014-15 boysa basketball seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 16 | The Washington Post

    Gonzaga topped DeMatha in double overtime to win the WCAC championship in what we billed as the best game of he 2014-15 season What a weekend of basketball state championships. What a season on the hardwood for an area known for its knack for breeding high-level hoops.


  5. Churchill ice hockey caps dominant season with final No. 1 rankingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 11 | The Washington Post

    When Churchill skated onto the ice for the Maryland Student Hockey League 2A title game against Marriotts Ridge late last month, the Bulldogs were familiar with the big-game, playoff atmosphere. That comfort level on a big stage was on display as they thrashed the Mustangs, 10-0, to win their third MSHL title in five years and earned The Post's final No.


  6. Hockey standout Veronika Pettey skates on after brother Doma s deathRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 8 | The Washington Post

    Veronika Pettey, a sophomore at Georgetown Visitation, plays ice hockey for the Washington Pride. Her older brother , Dominik, was a top player at Gonzaga before he was killed in a car accident in November.


  7. Shake-up sends Gonzaga to No. 2Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 2 | The Washington Post

    Gonzaga fans cheer on their team during the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference championship game at Bender Arena last Thursday. Following a first-round bye, the Mustangs will put their 11-game winning streak on the line Thursday in the Maryland Private Schools tournament.


  8. A confessed court-rusher says ita s time to put the calm before the stormRead the original story

    Feb 25, 2015 | The Washington Post

    From big-rivalry high school games to national-level college basketball upsets, I've been in the middle of dozens of court-storming episodes over the years. I've loved 'em.


  9. St. Albansa Chris Fleischer named D.C. Gatorade boysa soccer player of the yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 23, 2015 | The Washington Post

    Chris Fleischer became the first St. Albans player to be named D.C. Gatorade boys' soccer player of the year The St. Albans midfielder was one of just six juniors to earn the prestigious honor for fall competition. Fleischer netted 11 goals and recorded seven assists to lead the Bulldogs to the DCSAA championship game en route to a 13-4-2 record and the No.


  10. Landon skates into MAPHL finalRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 20, 2015 | The Washington Post

    In early December, No. 9 Landon lost three games in one week as the team limped to a 2-3-1 start.


  11. St. Johna s Monroe soars and triumphsRead the original story

    Feb 10, 2015 | The Washington Post

    St. John's senior Ayron Monroe only needed one try to secure an individual title in the long jump. Leaping 22 feet on his first attempt, Monroe's lone mark of Tuesday afternoon stood against the rest of the competition at DCSAA indoor track and field championships at Prince George's Sports & Learning Complex in Landover.


  12. Paul VI reclaims the No. 1 spotRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 9, 2015 | The Washington Post

    Raven James, center, and Paul VI are No. 1 after an unbeaten week while Stonewall Jackson fell to now-No.


  13. Signing Day primer: What to watch, who to followRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 3, 2015 | The Washington Post

    More than 100 local high school football standouts are expected to sign their National Letters of Intent on Wednesday, Feb. 4. More than 100 local high school football standouts are expected to sign their National Letters of Intent on Wednesday, Feb. 4. Gonzaga lineman Richie Petitbon , Quince Orchard's Adam McLean , Damascus DB Jalen Christian and Hylton lineman Matt Burrell Jr. lead talented group of seniors expected to sign national letters of intent on Wednesday, Feb. 4. For college football teams around the country, National Signing Day is the first step on the path to a national championship.


  14. ToDo ToDay: "How the Civil War Changed Washington," Holly Bass, and Imani-Grace CooperRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 2, 2015 | City Paper

    While the Civil War tore the nation in half just south of the District's borders, it also paused building projects, like the Washington Monument , and altered social and cultural patterns in D.C. Some remnants, like the forts , were turned into parks and still serve as reminders of the city's transformation from defenseless town to fortified capital. The Anacostia Community Museum, which is located on the site of Fort Stanton, examines how the city evolved over time with maps and period photographs on the walls of its main gallery.


  15. Ledecky sets 200-yard freestyle markRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 31, 2015 | The Washington Post

    It didn't seem possible. Not at a dimly lit pool in Prince George's County. Not without a cast of collegiate and pro swimmers pushing her.


  16. T.C.a s Lyles shines in BlacksburgRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 31, 2015 | The Washington Post

    Lyles made good on his projection - at least momentarily - as the Titans star won the 300 in 33.32 seconds. For a matter of hours, his time was a new national No.


  17. McKinley girls, Wilson boys win titlesRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 28, 2015 | The Washington Post

    McKinley senior Ineka Armstead has heard plenty from her coaches and teammates that her weakest area in the 300-meter dash is her approach on the final turn. Fatigue can set in and get the best of her at times.


  18. At Last Track, Jaguarsa Wright wows teammateRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 24, 2015 | The Washington Post

    Northwest senior Aaron Beidleman was on the floor stretching while his teammate and training partner, junior Shyheim Wright, was ready for his second attempt in the triple jump during Saturday's Last Track to Philly meet at Georgetown Prep. Wright sprinted down the runway, took his three jumps and landed near the back of the pit.


  19. Allen plays his role as Stags edge CadetsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 22, 2015 | The Washington Post

    As the next point guard in a line of DeMatha floor generals that has included former All-Mets Quinn Cook and James Robinson, Terrell Allen doesn't necessarily fit the mold. The senior's leadership is built on deference rather than scoring, a nod to the talent surrounding him as well as his desire to make his teammates better.


  20. Holy Cross, D.C. Stars are on way upRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 14, 2015 | The Washington Post

    In 1990, Kennedy started the program at all-boys Georgetown Prep, and he coached the Little Hoyas for their first six seasons before moving on. In 2011, Kennedy started the program across the street at Holy Cross, where he is now in his fourth season overseeing a team that is a growing mix of lifelong hockey players and those willing to strap on the pads despite a lack of on-ice experience.