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2012 High School football preview
(Dan Page / for The Washington Post)
Bragging rights matter more in high school sports thanks to athletes, parents and coaches who live in the same communities and are well-acquainted with each other.
Check out our first look at some of the best players from around the Washington area.
Good Counsel opens the season at No. 1. Check out our rankings and sound off in the comments.
STORYLINES | Transfers are expected to play a role at several top schools in the area. Maryland teams may face rust from a shortened preseason.
This fall’s football calendar is full of great games, including Stone Bridge at Broad Run and DeMatha at Good Counsel.
— Roman Stubbs, — Eric Detweiler and — EricDetweiler
Favorites, the best rivalry and players to watch in Montgomery.
— Steve Yanda, — Eric Detweiler and — Paul Tenorio
Favorites, best rivalry and players to watch in each P.G. division.
— Eric Detweiler
Favorites, best rivalry and players to watch in Anne Arundel and Howard.
Previewing the DCIAA East and West, plus charter schools.
— Paul Tenorio and — Roman Stubbs
Favorites, best rivalry and players to watch in the WCAC, IAC and MAC.
— Paul Tenorio and —Preston Williams
Favorites, best rivalry and players to watch in the AAA Northern Region.
— Preston Williams and — Matt Brooks
Previewing the Cardinal, Cedar Run and Dulles Districts.
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The disparity between DCIAA girls’ soccer power Wilson and the rest of the pack poses challenges for teams at both ends of the spectrum.
In his fifth year of high school — and second year of football — Einstein RB Khalil Wilson is excelling in the classroom and on the field.
More than a decade after she left war-torn Sierra Leone, St. Andrew’s senior Memuna Mansaray McShane is at peace with her past and looking forward to a bright future.
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