(Doug Kapustin / For The Washington Post)

Churchill’s Dubick stays on point

BOYS’ LACROSSE | Louis Dubick broke the Maryland high school points record and hopes to lead the Bulldogs to a state title.

Callahan, defense save day for Stone Bridge

BASEBALL | Junior John Callahan induces a groundout to help the Bulldogs defeat Chantilly, 5-3, at the Bulldog Titan Classic.

    Kastner’s shot helps Stallions top Northern

    SOFTBALL | South County uses a three-run fifth inning to pull away from a Northern squad that committed nine errors in a matchup of state champs.

    ARLINGTON, VA- MARCH 24: Edison senior Catherine Dina's teammates and school community have raised more than $62,000 in hopes of keeping her family out of foreclosure. Here, Dina carries the ball during a March 23 game at Yorktown High School in Arlington. (Joey LoMonaco/For The Washington Post)

    Edison rallies to help save a home

    GIRLS’ LACROSSE | Edison senior Catherine Dina, a U-Va.-Wise recruit, faces an uncertain future as her family’s home faces foreclosure while the Alexandria community scrambles to help the Dinas keep their house.

    Weather derails regatta

    Weather derails regatta

    ROWING | Cold temperature and strong winds force organizers to cancel season-opening Regional Park Regatta on the Occoquan.

    Woodbridge edges Patriot

    Woodbridge edges Patriot

    GIRLS’ SOCCER | The 10th-ranked Vikings make the most of the extra period against a nonconference foe by scoring in the 83rd minute.

    Bulldogs’ Thompson selects Charlotte

    Bulldogs’ Thompson selects Charlotte

    FOOTBALL | Stone Bridge junior quarterback Joe Thompson commits to the 49ers following a recent unofficial visit.

    Robinson overcomes rain, Chantilly

    Robinson overcomes rain, Chantilly

    BOYS’ LACROSSE | The reigning Virginia 6A state champion Rams beat the Chargers after Chapman Jasien leads them to a fast start.

    Woodgrove’s Dean commits to Hokies

    Woodgrove’s Dean commits to Hokies

    FOOTBALL | Nearly two months after receiving an offer, Woodgrove defensive tackle gave his oral commitment to Virginia Tech on Wednesday.

    Ex-Cadet Allen helps lead the Irish

    Ex-Cadet Allen helps lead the Irish

    GIRLS’ BASKETBALL | Since becoming the All-Met Player of the Year at St. John’s, Lindsay Allen has found fast success at Notre Dame.

    Crusaders keep it in the family

    Crusaders keep it in the family

    BASEBALL | Ryan Terrill is the new coach at Riverdale Baptist, replacing his father Terry, who won more than 1,000 games.

    Parker commits to the Hokies

    Parker commits to the Hokies

    GIRLS’ BASKETBALL | Stonewall Jackson junior Genesis Parker commits to Virginia Tech during a home visit with Coach Dennis Wolff.

    Aughinbaugh survives early mistake

    Aughinbaugh survives early mistake

    SOFTBALL | Junior Madie Aughinbaugh pitches a complete game and scores three runs for No. 2 St. Mary’s Ryken in a win over Paul VI.

    McAuliffe expected to veto Tebow bill

    McAuliffe expected to veto Tebow bill

    Va. Gov. Terry McAuliffe tells fellow Democrats he intends to veto about 20 bills, including one that would have allowed home-schooled students to play on public high school teams.

    Bobcats shift focus to defensive end

    Bobcats shift focus to defensive end

    GIRLS’ SOCCER | After losing several top goal scorers, Va. 6A state champion Battlefield will rely on possession and defense.

    Sherwood, Northern adjust in circle

    Sherwood, Northern adjust in circle

    SOFTBALL | The Warriors and Northern have both won the last three softball titles in their respective classifications, but both graduated All-Met Player of the Year pitchers.

    Landon aims to return to the top

    Landon aims to return to the top

    BOYS’ LACROSSE | After a series of frustrating losses to fellow top private school contenders Georgetown Prep and Gonzaga, the Bears are eager to retake the top spot in the area’s ranks.

    AllMetSports galleries

    No. 4 South River cruises past No. 9 Arundel

    Senior Dylan Mansur’s three goals help guide South River to a 6-2 win.

    No. 7 Robinson storms past Chantilly, 7-4

    Senior Chapman Jasien scored two goals in less than three minutes to guide the Rams to a victory over the Chargers.

    Alexis Phillips keeps Spalding afloat in 13-10 victory over Severna Park

    Alexis Phillips and Emily Cooper combine for 11 goals in win

    Westfield drops Virginia 6A boys’ state championship game to Colonial Forge, 47-46

    The Bulldogs cannot hold on to late lead and lose Virginia 6A state championship to the Eagles

    No. 8 Meade routs No. 18 Bethesda-Chevy Chase to win 4A boys’ state championship

    The Mustangs cruise past the Barons 80-45 to capture 4A state title

    Forestville girls beat Southern-Garrett, 54-38, to win the 1A state title

    The Knights are cool, calm and collected in beating Southern-Garrett for the program’s first state title.

    No. 14 Oakland Mills tops Patterson to win 2A boys’ championship

    Behind Will Robinson’s 26 points, the Scorpions defeat the Clippers 64-55 to capture the 2A boys’ title

    No. 5 Eleanor Roosevelt routs No. 7 Paint Branch to win second consecutive 4A girls title

    Kaila Charles leads the way for the Raiders in their 70-42 win over the Panthers

    Centennial wins Maryland 3A boys’ title

    Eagles top Westlake 57-43 to capture Maryland 3A basketball championship

    W.T. Woodson boys’ basketball can’t get past Colonial Forge in Va. 6A semis

    For the third time in as many seasons, W.T. Woodson’s playoff run ends in the state semis — this time, at the hands of defending Va. 6A champ Colonial Forge.

    AllMetSports videos

    Chantilly defeats Langley 10-6 in boys' lacrosse

    Chantilly defeats Langley 10-6 in boys' lacrosse

    Chantilly defeated Langley 10-6 on Monday in a boys' lacrosse match at Robinson.
    No. 8 Paul VI defeats Episcopal, 11-8

    No. 8 Paul VI defeats Episcopal, 11-8

    Ryan Lamb and Nic Ancona combined for six goals to lead the Panthers over the Maroon.
    Top Basketball Plays 2014-2015: Season recap

    Top Basketball Plays 2014-2015: Season recap

    Host B.J. Koubaroulis reviews the number one play from each week of the year of basketball in the D.C., Maryland and Virginia area.
    Top Basketball Plays 2014-2015, Episode 12

    Top Basketball Plays 2014-2015, Episode 12

    Host B.J. Koubaroulis runs through the top plays from the week of basketball in the D.C., Maryland and Virginia area.
    Meade wins MD 4A Championship

    Meade wins MD 4A Championship

    The mustangs won their school's first state title, beating Bethesda-Chevy Chase 80-45.
    Bethesda-Chevy Chase edges DuVal, 58-57

    Bethesda-Chevy Chase edges DuVal, 58-57

    Bethesda-Chevy Chase senior Yannick Alexis hits a game-winning layup in overtime to send the Barons to the Maryland 4A Championship.
    St. John's boys, Georgetown Visitation girls win DCSAA Championships

    St. John's boys, Georgetown Visitation girls win DCSAA Championships

    The Cadets and Cubs triumphed in the DCSAA Championships Tuesday night.
    Tigers reign supreme over Pumas in regionals championship

    Tigers reign supreme over Pumas in regionals championship

    Duval high school defeated Henry A. Wise Jr. high school by a score of 55-46.
    Top Basketball Plays 2014-2015, Episode 11

    Top Basketball Plays 2014-2015, Episode 11

    Host B.J. Koubaroulis runs through the top plays from the week of basketball in the D.C., Maryland and Virginia area.
    Westfield boys, Oakton girls win Va. 6A North Region

    Westfield boys, Oakton girls win Va. 6A North Region

    The Bulldogs and Cougars win their first region championship since 2012.

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    Churchill’s Dubick stays on point

    BOYS’ LACROSSE | Louis Dubick broke the Maryland high school points record and hopes to lead the Bulldogs to a state title.

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