Softball leaders
The Washington Post has no leaders information associated with this sport.
Seneca Valley in the news

High school basketball notebook: After years of losing, Walter Johnson has a season to remember

Washington Post Staff ·
March 19, 2019

Boys’ basketball Top 20: Gonzaga jumps up the rankings after winning WCAC title

Wilson takes over the top spot as DeMatha and Paul VI go down in the WCAC semis. 
February 27, 2019

Boys' basketball notebook: Behind their own 'Batman and Robin,' South Lakes is surging

Plus, Paul VI wraps up a roller coaster regular season, Roosevelt returns to the DCIAA title game and Great Mills goes for SMAC glory.
Washington Post Staff ·
February 19, 2019

Girls' basketball notebook: After changing its identity, Largo aims for another postseason run

Osbourn Park, Oakland Mills and Bishop Ireton are also preparing for the postseason.
Washington Post Staff ·
February 19, 2019

Thomas Mukai and Robinson win Virginia wrestling championship

Meanwhile, Battlefield’s Brandon Wittenberg and Broad Run’s John Birchmeier each won their fourth individual state titles.
Kyle Melnick ·
February 17, 2019

St. Stephen’s/St. Agnes basketball wins first IAC tourney title since 2007

The Saints had Episcopal’s number this season, beating their rivals four times.
Michael Errigo ·
February 17, 2019

Gonzaga’s Billy Turner has a triumphant return, but St. John’s takes D.C. wrestling title

The Cadets took nine of 14 weight classes to prevail handily. The Eagles, St. Albans, Wilson and Georgetown Day rounded out the top five.
David J. Kim ·
February 16, 2019

Seneca Valley looks to recharge football program with hire of Justin Sickeri

Sickeri was formerly the head coach of Poolesville and an assistant at Northwest before that.
Kyle McFadden ·
February 16, 2019

Former longtime coach Bill McGregor returning to DeMatha to replace Elijah Brooks

Former DeMatha coach Elijah Brooks left the Stags to become Maryland's new running backs coach in December.
Samantha Pell ·
January 5, 2019

Seneca Valley releases longtime football coach Fred Kim

The typical Maryland powerhouse went 2-8 this season.
Kyle Melnick ·
December 21, 2018