JB Bukauskas, a reclassified junior with a fastball that has reached 100 miles per hour, is eligible for June’s MLB draft.
Sophomore Colin Zimmerman scored his third goal in overtime to give the Chargers a 12-11 victory over the Bulldogs.
Noah Lyles wins the 100 and 200 meter run to help T.C. Williams take the overall boys team title.
Senior attack Charlie Horning scores three goals as the No. 1 Little Hoyas top the No. 2 Bears in an IAC matchup.
Bulldogs blow past Jaguars in a Prince George’s North matchup.
No. 2 Bobcats remain undefeated with win over No. 1 Chargers.
Yianni Tsiamis comes up big for the Panthers, and the Stags commit four errors in their first loss.
Led by Eva Klaus’ seven goals, Falcons girls win, 11-9, while Seahawks boys clamp down for a 5-4 win over the Falcons Friday afternoon.
Jeffery Neufang hits a go-ahead home run to help send the Yellow Jackets to victory.
MacMurdy powers Spartans to upset over Chargers in second straight win.
For Stone Bridge's Bukauskas, tough decision aheadStone Bridge's JB Bukauskas is graduating early to attend University of North Carolina, but with speculation of him being drafted in the first or second round, he may have a tough decision ahead of him. (Editor's note: A previous version of this video misspelled the name of Stone Bridge catcher Eli Quiceno.)
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