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WRESTLING | After a tough loss in the finals at War on the Shore, Tristan Ramberg beat two 2014 state finalists in four days.

Flint Hill moves up, holds its own

ICE HOCKEY | In their first year in the NVHSL’s varsity division, the Huskies are on the verge of a playoff berth; La Plata’s seniors prepare for their final two games as teammates.

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    FOOTBALL | Six-time Pro Bowl offensive tackle Chris Samuels was approved as the Eagles’ new head football coach Wednesday, bringing “buzz and excitement” with him.

    FT. WASHINGTON, MD - JANUARY, 10:  Capitol Christian head coach Van Whitfield talks with his team during a timeout against National Christian on January 10, 2015 in Ft. Washington, MD. (Photo by Jonathan Newton / The Washington Post)

    How many games are too many?

    BASKETBALL | Capitol Christian will play more regular season games than any area team from Dec. 3 to Feb. 19 — including the Washington Wizards — all in the name of exposure.

    Two top SMAC players choose colleges

    Two top SMAC players choose colleges

    FOOTBALL | Thomas Stone safety Trey Lee (Towson) and Westlake defensive end Malachi Washington (Morgan State) make commitments.

    Green saves Wilson in win

    Green saves Wilson in win

    GIRLS’ BASKETBALL | After sitting out for three weeks, Tytilayo Green sparks the Tigers late for a DCIAA win over the Knights.

    Broadus picks it up for Ramblers

    Broadus picks it up for Ramblers

    BOYS’ BASKETBALL | Anthony Broadus picks up his scoring with Dajuan Green in foul trouble as Eastern fends off Dunbar.

    H.D. Woodson seizes an opening

    H.D. Woodson seizes an opening

    BOYS’ BASKETBALL | Clenteous McCoy III’s passing helps the Warriors solve a box-and-one and beat Theodore Roosevelt.

    Severna Park, South River win titles

    Severna Park, South River win titles

    INDOOR TRACK | Andrew Forsyth’s win in the 3,200 helps the Falcons take the Anne Arundel boys’ title. The Seahawks girls’ accomplish a first.

    Warriors are back in the mix

    Warriors are back in the mix

    GIRLS’ BASKETBALL | One year removed from a tumultuous season, once-dominant H.D. Woodson is focused on developing its young talent through extra practice time.

    Wilson’s McDonald finds a fit

    Wilson’s McDonald finds a fit

    FOOTBALL | After his commitment to Virginia fell through, Wilson’s Kareem McDonald lands at FCS school Monmouth.

    Thurgood Marshall is turning heads

    Thurgood Marshall is turning heads

    BOYS’ BASKETBALL | One year after a frustrating season, the Warriors have stunned D.C. charter school opponents during a 13-3 start.

    For Titans, the defense reloads

    For Titans, the defense reloads

    GIRLS’ BASKETBALL | With a defense holding opponents to 35.7 points per game, youth has not slowed T.C. Williams.

    Broad Run’s Leonard finds her voice

    Broad Run’s Leonard finds her voice

    GIRLS’ BASKETBALL | Double-double machine Mariah Leonard is the Spartans’ top offensive force — but this year she’s added the role of vocal leader to her arsenal.

    Spartans snatch historical first

    Spartans snatch historical first

    BOYS’ BASKETBALL | It took 12 games, but St. Charles picked up its first win with players who came from eight schools.

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    Eastern knocks off Dunbar, 64-52

    Anthony Broadus scores 14 second-half points to lead Ramblers to victory.

    Omar Alston sparks Westlake in bounce-back win at La Plata

    Omar Alston outshines Jordan Oakley to power No. 15 Westlake past La Plata.

    Whitman remains perfect with 61-51 win over Paint Branch

    The Vikings remain unbeaten with a win over the Panthers.

    Swarmin’ Hornets wrestlers score 223 points to win War on the Shore

    Damascus, Westfield, DeMatha, Huntingtown, Lake Braddock and St. Mary’s Ryken all had individual finalists.

    Churchill clobbers Wootton 8-2 in front of sold-out crowd

    Andrew Kurapov’s hat trick leads Bulldogs to easy victory over Patriots.

    No. 7 Oakton tops No. 20 Centreville, 50-34

    The Cougars improve to 14-1 with a win over the Wildcats.

    Coolidge erases halftime deficit to slip past McKinley 60-46

    Justin Route’s game-high 13 points lead Colts to sixth win in past seven games.

    St. Andrew’s junior George Muresan steps out of his father’s shadow

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    No. 12 Riverdale Baptist tames No. 18 South River 61-47

    In a battle of Top 20 programs, the Crusaders defeat the Seahawks in convincing fashion.

    No. 9 National Christian upends No. 5 Capitol Christian, 72-60.

    Christian Matthews and Sylvester Ogbonda combine for 40 points to lead Eagles to victory over Warriors.

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    Tyler Scanlon's transfer to Westfield paying dividends

    Tyler Scanlon's transfer to Westfield paying dividends

    After playing at Paul VI for two years, Tyler Scanlon transferred to Westfield, helping the Bulldogs to a 15-1 start and a push for a state title.
    Edward Polite remains focused

    Edward Polite remains focused

    DuVal senior Edward Polite committed to Radford in September, but right now he's focused on finishing the season with a Maryland 4A state title.
    Top Basketball Plays 2014-2015, Episode 5

    Top Basketball Plays 2014-2015, Episode 5

    Host B.J. Koubaroulis runs through the top plays from the week of basketball in the D.C., Maryland and Virginia area.
    Ice hockey: Goalie Jalen Greene helps No. 1 Gonzaga shut down No. 8 O’Connell

    Ice hockey: Goalie Jalen Greene helps No. 1 Gonzaga shut down No. 8 O’Connell

    Gonzaga goalie Jalen Greene doesn't allow a goal during a two-man disadvantage late in the second period and No. 1 Gonzaga shuts down No. 8 O’Connell.
    No. 1 DeMatha holds off No. 3 St. John's, 67-58

    No. 1 DeMatha holds off No. 3 St. John's, 67-58

    The top-ranked Stags shook off a slow start to beat the Cadets 67-58.
    Brandon Kamga back to help South Lakes for playoff run

    Brandon Kamga back to help South Lakes for playoff run

    South Lakes senior Brandon Kamga is back to help the Seahawks after missing a month due to a bone chip in his ankle.
    Anthony Cowan Jr. stepping up for St. John's

    Anthony Cowan Jr. stepping up for St. John's

    Junior point guard Anthony Cowan is stepping up to lead a St. John's squad that graduated all five of last season's starters, averaging a team-high 19.4 points per game.
    No. 14 Eleanor Roosevelt takes down DuVal, 62-57

    No. 14 Eleanor Roosevelt takes down DuVal, 62-57

    Oludoyin Fadojutimi and Naji Marshall combine for 30 points as the Raiders improve to 11-2 with their victory over the Tigers.
    W.T. Woodson cruises past Lake Braddock, 74-56

    W.T. Woodson cruises past Lake Braddock, 74-56

    Matt Ayoub scored 27 points and drilled a season-high seven three-pointers to lead the Cavaliers over the Bruins.
    Top Basketball Plays 2014-2015, Episode 4

    Top Basketball Plays 2014-2015, Episode 4

    Host B.J. Koubaroulis runs through the top plays from the week of basketball in the D.C., Maryland and Virginia area.

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    McDonald’s All-American Game: De’Janae Boykin, Taylor Murray selected to girls’ team

    C.H. Flowers All-Met De’Janae Boykin and Annapolis Area Christian standout Taylor Murray will play for the East girls’ team while Bullis Coach Bruce Kelley will lead the East team in the boys’ game.

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