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Wolverines overcome wind, Falcons

SOFTBALL | On a blustery night in Purcellville, Corinne Vennitti keeps her composure in the circle to guide Woodgrove past rival Briar Woods.

Hoyas, Terps offer Paul VI’s Reaves

BOYS’ BASKETBALL | Riding the wave of a breakout junior campaign, Paul VI swingman Joshua Reaves has seen his recruitment skyrocket.

Capital Classic showcasing more talent

BOYS’ BASKETBALL | The 41st Capital Classic will feature three games, highlighted by a matchup between the area’s top seniors and some of the nation’s best recruits.

Laurel names Hughes head coach

Laurel names Hughes head coach

FOOTBALL | Laurel names assistant coach Delbert Hughes as head coach, replacing Todd Sommerville.

Bruins topple Good Counsel

Bruins topple Good Counsel

GIRLS’ LACROSSE | Plagued by slow starts earlier this spring, No. 10 Broadneck rides a blistering start to a big win over the third-ranked Falcons.

Stallions stand alone after win

Stallions stand alone after win

BOYS’ LACROSSE | South County becomes the last unbeaten team in Virginia 6A after an 8-6 victory over defending state champion Chantilly.

Riverdale’s Terrill nears mark

Riverdale’s Terrill nears mark

BASEBALL | In his 38th year as skipper, Riverdale Baptist’s Terry Terrill is one win away from 1,000 for his career; Georgetown Prep has a mental edge

Cavaliers master multitasking

Cavaliers master multitasking

SOFTBALL | Even with a third of the roster balancing competitive band commitments, Spalding still sits in second in the IAAM-A standings.

Johns helps Saints stymie Cubs

Johns helps Saints stymie Cubs

GIRLS’ LACROSSE | Gussie Johns and the top-ranked St. Stephen’s/St. Agnes defense hold No. 2 Georgetown Visitation to its fewest goals all season.

Cunningham signs with USC-Upstate

Cunningham signs with USC-Upstate

DuVal guard Michael Cunningham’s tumultuous senior year found a happy ending when Cunningham signed to play basketball for South Carolina-Upstate Monday.

Little Hoyas hold off Stags

Little Hoyas hold off Stags

BOYS’ LACROSSE | Top-ranked Georgetown Prep’s defense shuts down No. 3 DeMatha’s potent offense in a rout.

Generals, Patriots play to draw

Generals, Patriots play to draw

BOYS’ SOCCER | Arlington rivals Washington-Lee and Yorktown play a physical match that ends in a 0-0 tie.

McCann lifts Atholton past Reservoir

McCann lifts Atholton past Reservoir

BASEBALL | Dan McCann gets the first walk-off hit of his career to send Atholton to a 3-2 win over Reservoir and right-hander Cody Morris.

Cox relishes first Boston Marathon

Cox relishes first Boston Marathon

W.T. Woodson senior Emily Cox, the youngest female runner in the field of 36,000, completed her first Boston Marathon with memories that will last a lifetime.

Brothers protect state title goals

Brothers protect state title goals

BOYS’ LACROSSE | Brothers Christian and John Paul Renick split time in goal for Loudoun County power Dominion.

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AllMetSports galleries

Woodgrove Softball Tops Briar Woods 6-4

Wolverines earn seventh straight victory over Falcons in first game of Wednesday doubleheader.

Saints take down Cubs, 12-3

No. 1 St. Stephen’s/St. Agnes dominates Georgetown Visitation in Alexandria.

La Plata blanks Arundel, 3-0

No. 4 Warriors hold off No. 10 Wildcats with a shutout victory.

Madison girls’ lacrosse holds off Westfield, 16-15

It was an offensive battle between two undefeated teams at the Centreville Spring Break Tournament.

Stone Bridge pitcher has the attention of MLB scouts

JB Bukauskas, a reclassified junior with a fastball that has reached 100 miles per hour, is eligible for June’s MLB draft.

Boys’ Lacrosse: No. 9 Chantilly beats No. 10 Churchill in OT

Sophomore Colin Zimmerman scored his third goal in overtime to give the Chargers a 12-11 victory over the Bulldogs.

Track and field: Crimson Tide Invitational

Noah Lyles wins the 100 and 200 meter run to help T.C. Williams take the overall boys team title.

Boys’ lacrosse: Georgetown Prep 9, Landon 7

Senior attack Charlie Horning scores three goals as the No. 1 Little Hoyas top the No. 2 Bears in an IAC matchup.

Bowie routs C.H. Flowers with 14-4 victory

Bulldogs blow past Jaguars in a Prince George’s North matchup.

Battlefield beats Chantilly, 5-2

No. 2 Bobcats remain undefeated with win over No. 1 Chargers.

AllMetSports videos

Landon's Lynch, O'Brien lead Bears toward IAC crown

Landon's Lynch, O'Brien lead Bears toward IAC crown

Sam Lynch and Sean O'Brien discuss how Landon has prepared them to play lacrosse at the next level.
Georgetown Prep routs DeMatha, 11-3

Georgetown Prep routs DeMatha, 11-3

The Little Hoyas put on an impressive performance against the Stags and remain unbeaten this season.
'Running for something more than myself'

'Running for something more than myself'

As the youngest female runner in the field, Emily Cox has been training hard for the Boston Marathon, waking up at 3:45 a.m. during the week to run before school.
No. 1 Georgetown Prep downs No. 4 Gonzaga, 10-7

No. 1 Georgetown Prep downs No. 4 Gonzaga, 10-7

The Little Hoyas defeated the rival Purple Eagles, for the first time since 2011, led by Charlie Horning's four goals.
For Stone Bridge's Bukauskas, tough decision ahead

For Stone Bridge's Bukauskas, tough decision ahead

Stone 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.)
Oakton's Cory Harris is Virginia bound

Oakton's Cory Harris is Virginia bound

After suffering an ACL tear following his sophomore year, Cory Harris bounced back to compete in three varsity sports for Oakton. He will attend the University of Virginia for lacrosse.
Gonzaga rolls Bullis, 11-4

Gonzaga rolls Bullis, 11-4

Led by junior Timmy Monahan’s six goals, the Eagles defeated the Bulldogs with ease.
Wootton dominates Whitman, 11-2

Wootton dominates Whitman, 11-2

The Patriots continue their strong start to the season, handling The Vikings by a score of 11-2.
Winter All-Mets sound off

Winter All-Mets sound off

Members of various Winter All-Met teams reflect on their seasons.
Basketball All-Mets sound off

Basketball All-Mets sound off

Brandon Parker sits down with members of the boys' and girls' basketball first team All-Mets.

Recruiting Insider

Cunningham signs with USC-Upstate

DuVal guard Michael Cunningham’s tumultuous senior year found a happy ending when Cunningham signed to play basketball for South Carolina-Upstate Monday.

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