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Baseball rankings June 11, 2015
PostRank School Record
1 Madison 24-6
2 Gaithersburg 22-2
3 Spalding 24-3
4 Stone Bridge 22-5
5 St. John's 25-6
6 Chopticon 22-1
7 Riverdale Baptist 30-7
8 Loudoun Valley 23-3
9 Chantilly 20-6
10 Marshall 20-6
Baseball in the news

Al Thomas, legendary Maryland high school football coach, dies at 76

Former Seneca Valley, Damascus and Sherwood coach won eight state titles.
Jacob Bogage ·
December 25, 2016

Westfield handles South Lakes en route to VHSL 6A North regional crown

The Bulldogs never trailed the Seahawks, and will play Oscar Smith next week for the state championship in a rematch of last year’s final.
December 4, 2016

Hayfield QB Jacob Keeney has become a force with former Lake Braddock star Caleb Henderson in his corner

The Hawks’ senior is the area’s top passer in his first year as a varsity starter — thanks to extra work and a seasoned mentor.
Nick Eilerson ·
November 17, 2016

Levi Brickner does it all to power Calvert past Gwynn Park in a Maryland 2A South semifinal

The senior contributes in all facets of the game as the Cavaliers march into the region final.
Mark Giannotto ·
November 12, 2016

D.C. area athletes sign national letters-of-intent

Student-athletes sign their national letters-of-intent for the 2016-2017 school year.
November 22, 2016

Northern Virginia football notebook: Choutka-to-Conforti connection is fueling Madison

Senior quarterback Jacob Choutka and senior wide receiver Nick Conforti are stuffing the stat sheet for the unbeaten Warhawks.
Jacob Bogage ·
October 4, 2016

Northern Virginia football notebook: Herndon adds area coaching legend Dick Adams to its staff

The man who guided Annandale to consecutive state titles in the 1990s has joined his former pupil, Jeremiah Davis, on the Hornets’ staff.
Jacob Bogage ·
September 26, 2016

Dual-threat QB Evan Fochtman leads Spalding’s upset bid against Good Counsel

The senior is at home in the Cavaliers’ no-huddle spread attack, but will be tested mightily by the Falcons.
Mark Giannotto ·
September 8, 2016

High school baseball players will be subject to pitch counts after national mandate

In an effort to curb arm injuries, the NFHS is requiring state athletic associations to craft their own pitch count restrictions before the start of the 2017 season.
Nick Eilerson ·
July 20, 2016

When state playoffs and graduation conflict, high school athletes face a tough choice

Many state athletic organizations work with schools to avoid commencement conflicts, but when they cannot, what’s the correct decision for a high school senior to make?
Stephanie Kuzydym ·
June 21, 2016
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