The Washington Post
Boys' Fall Soccer rankings December 1, 2015
PostRank School Record
1 DeMatha 14-2-1
2 Meade 17-2-0
3 St. Albans 15-3-1
4 Blair 16-2-0
5 Huntingtown 18-1-0
6 Gonzaga 13-6-3
7 Eleanor Roosevelt 15-2-2
8 Paul VI 10-5-4
9 Washington International 19-2-1
10 La Plata 14-6-0
Boys Fall Soccer in the news

Washington-Lee puts together impressive effort in 1-1 tie with top-ranked Langley

Generals proved they are still one of D.C. area’s best teams after departure of two of last season’s stars.
Nick Eilerson ·
March 24, 2017

Washington-Lee puts together impressive effort in 1-1 tie with top-ranked Langley

Generals proved they are still one of D.C. area’s best teams after departure of two of last season’s stars.
Nick Eilerson ·
March 24, 2017

Boys’ soccer Top 10: Two seniors return from Europe to boost top-ranked Langley

Saxons have earned a No. 1 national ranking on the basis of their individual talent.
Nick Eilerson ·
March 22, 2017

Girls’ soccer Top 10: Stuart tests out multiple lineup combinations as it returns 10 of 11 starters

No. 1 Battlefield, coming off another state title, is off to a hot start.
Jacob Bogage ·
March 22, 2017

Atholton punches ticket to Maryland 3A state championship with impressive win, will face Frederick

Senior Francesca Vanegas finished with 22 points, five assists and three steals in win over Milford Mill; Oxon Hill falls short in other semifinal.
Nick Eilerson ·
March 10, 2017

Princeton commit and ‘fortissimo’ trombonist Abby Meyers eyes second straight state title for Whitman

“She’s a really strong player,” her music director says of the senior, who averages 25 points per game and is a top-60 recruit nationally. “And I mean loud.”
Eric Goldwein ·
March 8, 2017

His family fled the Taliban in Afghanistan. Now he’s one of Virginia’s most feared wrestlers.

Zaki Mohsin was an Olympic hopeful in judo back home. Now the Edison senior is flourishing on the mat.
Nick Eilerson ·
February 19, 2017

Signing day ceremonies from D.C., Maryland and Virginia

The area’s top Class of 2017 recruits sign their National Letters-of-Intent.
February 7, 2017

Howard/Anne Arundel basketball notebook: Atholton stays the course after Kelley Flynn’s concussion

The Raiders have maintained a high level of play even without their senior, who was injured on Dec. 7 and is still experiencing symptoms.
Joshua Needelman ·
January 30, 2017

Sport specialization increases injury risk for high school athletes, study finds

Athletes who specialize in a single sport are 70 percent more likely to suffer an injury, according to a study commissioned by the NFHS.
Jacob Bogage ·
January 26, 2017
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