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No. 1 St. John’s overwhelms No. 2 Good Counsel in national showcase

The Cadets have won 14 straight games and are one of the top teams in the country. 
Samantha Pell ·
October 13, 2018

He was a high school star in Hawaii. His family moved 4,800 miles to help his college chances.

Sol-Jay Maiava’s family moved from Laie, Hawaii so that he could play quarterback for St. John’s in D.C., in support of his dreams of playing major college football on the mainland. 
Samantha Pell ·
September 26, 2018

He was a high school star in Hawaii. His family moved 4,800 miles to help his college chances.

Sol-Jay Maiava's family moved from Laie, Hawaii so that he could play quarterback for St. John's in D.C., in support of his dreams of playing major college football on the mainland.
Samantha Pell ·
September 27, 2018

High school football notebook: Dominant defense is the foundation of Flint Hill's strong start

Eleanor Roosevelt is grooming its youth, Broadneck is successful with a young quarterback, and Robinson is playing smart.
Washington Post Staff ·
September 24, 2018

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