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Seliskar embraces the grind

SUMMER WORKOUTS | Returning All-Met Swimmer of the Year Andrew Seliskar has his sights set on Pan Pacific and world championship success -- and he knows how much work in the pool it will take to get there.

Gonzaga’s Miller chooses Dayton

BOYS’ BASKETBALL | Versatile senior forward chooses the Flyers over offers from Gonzaga, Penn State, Providence and American, among others.

Arundel LB Wallace nears decision

FOOTBALL | After playing for Team USA in February, Arundel linebacker Diondre Wallace is weighing offers from eight Division-I football programs.

BEAUFORT, SC - JULY 14: CJ Cummings practices his snatch, clean and jerk at Cross Fit Beaufort while training with weightlifting coach Ray Jones on July 14, 2014 in Beaufort, South Carolina. A former U.S. Olympic coach has called Cummings 'the best weightlifter this country has ever seen.' (Photo by Stephen B. Morton for The Washington Post)

Carrying more than his weight

America’s next great weightlifter is 14 years old, stands 5 feet 2, weighs 136 pounds and wears braces. Meet C.J. Cummings of Beaufort, S.C.

Video: Summer league top plays

Video: Summer league top plays

Taylor Brown reveals the top 10 plays from the 2014 summer league basketball season.

DCSAA launches Kickoff Classic

DCSAA launches Kickoff Classic

FOOTBALL | Public, private and charter schools from the District, including Gravy Bowl champion McKinley Tech, Friendship Collegiate and Wilson, will take part in the inaugural event.

O’Connell’s King aims higher

O’Connell’s King aims higher

BOYS’ BASKETBALL | Improved shooting touch and defense helped Jamaal King, a rising senior guard, garner an offer from Robert Morris.

Dubick prepares for big tasks

Dubick prepares for big tasks

SUMMER WORKOUTS | Working with a former NFL defensive back, Churchill lacrosse star Louis Dubick makes the most of his small frame.

Trojans’ Pantos chooses Terps

Trojans’ Pantos chooses Terps

BASEBALL | Gaithersburg RHP Nick Pantos shortens his recruitment process, orally committing to Maryland long before the beginning of his junior season.

WASHINGTON - JULY 21: Sarabi Rodriguez, 16, a rising high school senior from San Diego, right, and one of twenty-two teens taking part in the Urban Squash Citizenship Tour, practices at George Washington University on Monday, July 21, 2014. (Photo by Toni L. Sandys/The Washington Post)

A squash organization’s fruitful trip

The Urban Squash Citizenship Tour through the Northeast proves educational for a group of 22 teens.

These islanders dream of basketball

These islanders dream of basketball

Players from Turks and Caicos work out in Ashburn and tour the area with hopes of playing college ball.

Hylton’s Burrell keeps an open mind

Hylton’s Burrell keeps an open mind

FOOTBALL | Hylton offensive lineman Matt Burrell Jr., who recently visited Florida State, holds off on narrowing his list of schools to 10.

Bulldogs’ Gibson commits to Army

Bulldogs’ Gibson commits to Army

FOOTBALL | Rising senior James Gibson, who scored two touchdowns off turnovers for Westfield last season, was impressed on his visit to West Point.

Florida, Miami like Birmingham

Florida, Miami like Birmingham

FOOTBALL | In a span of a week, Briar Woods tight end Mark Birmingham adds offers from Miami and Florida.

Locals dot U.S. U20 women’s roster

Locals dot U.S. U20 women’s roster

WOMEN’S SOCCER | Midge Purce, Brittany Basinger and Andi Sullivan lead a group of five D.C.-area stars on the U20 Women’s World Cup roster.

Boykin helps U.S. win gold

Boykin helps U.S. win gold

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL | C.H. Flowers All-Met De’Janae Boykin starts every game for the U.S. U17 team during its gold medal run at the FIBA World Championships in the Czech Republic.

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A kayaking community on the Potomac River

For nearly four decades, the Potomac River has provided a breeding ground for top-level competitive kayakers.

T.C. Williams wins 6A state championship game 2-0 over Washington-Lee

Eryk Williamson, Ashenafi Desta both scored goals

Battlefield wins 6A girls’ soccer final in penalty kicks

Bobcats hold off Centreville in penaltist for 0-0 (4-3) win and the team’s first state title.

Westfield takes Virginia 6A state crown

In Sunday’s rematch of the Virginia 6A North regional title game, the Bulldogs hold on to top Oakton, 13-11.

Woodgrove cruises to Virginia 5A championship

The Wolverines defeat Loudoun Valley, 15-1 in Sunday’s Virginia 5A championship game at Lake Braddock High School.

Lake Braddock falls in 6A semifinal

Cosby defeated the No. 3 Bruins, 2-1, in the semifinal of the state tournament.

Stone Bridge baseball loses in Virginia 5A semifinals

The Bulldogs are eliminated from the state tournament by Hickory, 9-1, in the semifinals.

Broad Run heads to Virginia 5A final

Sammy Sergi scored two goals as Broad Run defeated Hickory, 4-0, in Saturday’s Virginia 5A semifinal game at Lake Braddock.

Centreville defeats Cosby 2-1 in Virginia 6A girls soccer semifinals

The Wildcats will compete for the state championship powered by to two goals from Jenna Green.

Oakton tennis players sweep Virginia 6A singles titles

Senior Lizzie Stewart and junior Adrien Bouchet both win state singles titles for the Cougars.

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Video: Summer league top plays

Video: Summer league top plays

Taylor Brown reveals the top 10 plays from the 2014 summer league basketball season.
Summer workout: Andrew Seliskar

Summer workout: Andrew Seliskar

Jefferson's Andrew Seliskar is working on underwater technique and turns for the upcoming swim season.
Future rolls to Gold title

Future rolls to Gold title

The Future's Kieche' White makes four three-pointers in a 59-47 win against the Jaguars in the USJN Gold championship.
Toledo Elite beats the Vogues

Toledo Elite beats the Vogues

Toledo Elite holds off the Vogues in overtime, 51-42, to advance in the USJN tournament.
Boo Williams earns a win

Boo Williams earns a win

Boo Williams point guard Anna Wilson makes three three-pointers in a 63-51 win against Sky Diggs Elite in the USJN tournament.
Summer workout: Louis Dubick

Summer workout: Louis Dubick

Churchill's Louis Dubick is focusing on his lower body strength to prepare for his senior season.
Turks and Caicos Rising Stars visit D.C.

Turks and Caicos Rising Stars visit D.C.

The Rising Stars visited the D.C. area for a basketball camp, college tours and a tour of Washington, D.C. to experience the culture of the United States.
Summer workout: Darryl Haraway

Summer workout: Darryl Haraway

DeMatha's Darryl Haraway is working on improving his starting technique for the upcoming track season.
T.C. Williams gets past West Potomac

T.C. Williams gets past West Potomac

The Titans beat the Wolverines, 41-29, in the Route 1 Summer League.
Potomac Falls tops Fairfax

Potomac Falls tops Fairfax

The Panthers held off the Rebels, 77-49, in the Flint Hill Summer League.

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Gonzaga’s Miller chooses Dayton

BOYS’ BASKETBALL | Versatile senior forward chooses the Flyers over offers from Gonzaga, Penn State, Providence and American, among others.

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