DCIAA Champions: Anacostia defeats Wilson; No. 13 H.D. Woodson completes comeback against No. 17 Coolidge
The Indians beat the Tigers, 58-45, and the Warriors overcame a four-point deficit in their 42-36 win against the Colts
The Bulldogs score four unanswered goals in the final period to top the Kinights, 5-2
The Eagles beat the Stags 77-68 in double overtime to capture the league championship
The Raiders defeated Largo in both the boys and girls championship games.
The Bulldogs’ six-point halftime lead ballooned in the second half, and Westfield beat Herndon in the Conference 5 championship
Lindsey Abed, Maddie Royle and Delaney Connolly combined for 55 of the Cougars’ 64 points.
Alexus Pyles’s victory in the 55-meter hurdles helps lead Coyotes to state title.
Nick Reed’s floater with less than a second remaining lifts Episcopal to 56-54 win over Bullis.
King Sandoval leads St. Mary’s Ryken to victory
H.D. Woodson boys and Anacostia girls reign supreme in DCIAA ChampionshipH.D. Woodson defeated tournament host Coolidge 42-36, and Anacostia edged Wilson high school 58-45 to take the championship.
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