The Washington Post
Softball rankings June 15, 2015
PostRank School Record
1 Sherwood 21-0
2 St. Mary's Ryken 23-1
3 Northern 22-2
4 O'Connell 25-3
5 Osbourn Park 25-3
6 Woodgrove 25-3
7 River Hill 20-2
8 Battlefield 19-5
9 Madison 21-3
10 Leonardtown 20-3
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Volleyball notebook: South River goes the extra mile; West Springfield is swinging harder

Jacksonville commit Savannah Siegrist is leading the Seahawks to a historic start, while Sydney Trotto’s improved form has the Spartans rising.
Eric Goldwein, Jacob Bogage ·
October 20, 2016

Anne Arundel football notebook: Conditions are ripe for Severna Park’s rise

The Falcons may not have a real practice field, but they’re excelling under second-year Coach Will Bell.
Dan Roth ·
October 17, 2016

Huntingtown snaps Northern volleyball’s 34-match win streak in four-set thriller

The Hurricanes emerge with a 26-24, 16-25, 25-21, 25-22 victory over the No. 5 Patriots.
Eric Goldwein ·
October 12, 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

With an unwavering focus, Sherwood softball caps another unbeaten run

Players and roles change, but the results continue to stay the same for the Warriors, who earn The Post’s final No. 1 ranking after an undefeated season and a Maryland 4A title.
Gabe Hiatt ·
June 13, 2016

Chantilly pulls off a surprising run to win the Virginia 6A boys’ tennis title

The Chargers, 7-3 in the regular season, capture the team title. In 5A, Jefferson wins a fourth straight crown.
Kelyn Soong ·
June 12, 2016

Osbourn Park wins Va. 6A softball title with shutout of Madison

Yellow Jackets win first championship in first state final appearance
June 12, 2016

Third time’s the charm as Chantilly baseball walks off a state champ vs. Battlefield

Jared Enders delivers a walk-off single to cap the Chargers’ three-run seventh inning rally and deliver their first Virginia 6A championship after consecutive runner-up finishes.
Brandon Parker ·
June 12, 2016

Woodgrove cruises to Virginia 4A softball championship

Camryn Dolby strikes out 15, pitches a no-hitter and has eight RBI in a 19-0 win over Fauquier.
Dillon Mullan ·
June 11, 2016

LaScola, Weatherholtz lead Osbourn Park past Madison to a softball title

With a first-inning home run from Sydney LaScola and another gem from Emily Weatherholtz, the Yellow Jackets blank the Warhawks to claim the Va. 6A championship.
Joon Lee ·
June 12, 2016
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