Alan Goldenbach

Alan Goldenbach has covered high school sports in the District, Maryland and Virginia for The Post since 1999. He enjoys covering the games’ less-noticed figures, off-the-field issues and how sports impact society. Those all manifested in his 2005 feature on high school wrestler Trevon Jenifer, who was born without legs and later became the subject of Goldenbach’s first book. Raised in New York, Goldenbach graduated from the University of Michigan. He lives in Maryland with his wife and daughter.

Latest by Alan Goldenbach

Jeffers chooses Delaware

Maurice Jeffers, a 6-8 forward at Coolidge who averaged 4.4 points last season, commits to Delaware following a terrific summer.

Carroll’s Nelson picks Rutgers

Senior offensive lineman Derrick Nelson commits to Rutgers, becoming the second Lion to choose a BCS school this summer.

MCPS athletics budget trimmed

Junior varsity teams will have shorter seasons, and stipends for football coaches will be reduced.

Ellis steps down as AD of D.C. Public Schools

Ellis steps down as AD of D.C. Public Schools

Marcus Ellis resigns as athletic director of D.C. Public Schools, and Schools Chancellor Kaya Henderson will begin a search for a replacement immediately.