There were plenty of Washington area boys’ lacrosse players represented on the 2015 US Lacrosse all-American team.
Lake Braddock’s Kate Murphy and Noah Lyles of T.C. Williams each won races at this past weekend’s USA Junior National Outdoor Track and Field Championships in Oregon.
The four people in the vehicle had allegedly been at a party with underage drinking.
Wise defensive back Damon Hayes earned a scholarship offer to Rutgers this weekend after an impressive camp performance and committed on the spot.
After a prep year at IMG Academy, former Potomac (Md.)/Paul VI big man Quadree Smith recently committed to Providence.
BOYS’ BASKETBALL | After leaving his post with the Eagles amid the school’s decision to de-emphasize basketball, Bartley will look to turn the Knights’ basketball team around.
GIRLS’ LACROSSE | In a stellar year for the WCAC, the Falcons were the best of the bunch, earning the final No. 1 ranking.
BOYS’ LACROSSE | The Bears, who were clutch when it counted, finish atop The Post’s rankings for the first time since 2008.
BOYS’ LACROSSE | Matt Nabors forces a turnover with less than 30 seconds remaining to deliver the Bulldogs a 10-9 win over Atlee
GIRLS’ LACROSSE | The Rams get a second-half scare but fend off Oakton to claim their first state championship since 2003.