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Football Top 20: St. John's holds on, Wise goes down

Landon joins the rankings after a blowout victory.
September 17, 2018

Football Top 20: Broad Run, Wise earn big wins during stormy weekend

Postponements and cancellations made for a wild slate of games.
September 3, 2018

Girls’ basketball Top 20: Woodbridge, Leonardtown join the rankings 

With playoffs approaching, none of the teams in the top 15 of the rankings suffered a loss this week. 
Michael Errigo ·
February 13, 2018

Kaylen Vines, Douglass overwhelm Central with its half-court press

BOYS’ BASKETBALL | Vines leads the way with 14 points and seven steals in a 66-46 win.
Dillon Mullan ·
January 3, 2018

Boys’ basketball Top 20: Episcopal and St. Vincent Pallotti debut in the top 10

The latest edition of The Post’s ranking of the D.C. area’s best teams.
Callie Caplan ·
December 27, 2017

‘The pressure is just really insane’: Youth tennis has a cheating problem

Rising costs, parental pressure and a lack of umpires all contribute to a major issue for the sport at the youth level.
Kelyn Soong ·
September 23, 2017

‘The leading edge of a much larger iceberg’: New Jersey high school disbands football team

High school football participation is down nearly 5 percent over the last decade, causing schools in many parts of the country to give up their teams.
Jacob Bogage ·
August 22, 2017

‘The leading edge of a much larger iceberg’: New Jersey high school disbands football team

High school football participation is down nearly 5 percent over the last decade, causing schools in many parts of the country to give up their teams.
Jacob Bogage ·
August 23, 2017

Briar Woods works overtime to advance to 5A state final

BOYS’ SOCCER | Brad Snively pokes home the game-winner to beat Nansemond River in sudden death. In 6A, Battlefield and Langley will play for state title.
Nick Eilerson ·
June 10, 2017

Wilson sweeps DCIAA track and field titles

Tigers hold off McKinley in both boys’ and girls’ competitions to take home first-place hardware at Spingarn.
Dan Roth ·
May 19, 2017