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The senior nets a game-high 24 points as the Cadets end the Panthers’ run of three straight championships.
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Potomac chases third Virginia state title in four years behind game-changing center Nana Opoku

It's state tournament time in Virginia, and the defending 5A champs are leaning on their big man as they pursue a repeat.

St. John’s overcomes injury to edge Elizabeth Seton; Paul VI rolls into WCAC final

The Cadets soldier on without point guard Niya Beverley, while the Panthers crush Good Counsel to set up a 1-2 matchup for the title.

Potomac School raises first girls’ basketball banner since 1998; Georgetown Visitation wins 11th consecutive ISL AA title

Sara Park and the Panthers erased a third-quarter deficit en route to a 46-39 victory over Episcopal, while Maeve Carroll cleaned up in the paint in 56-48 win against Bullis.

The Bulldogs capped a dominant postseason run and captured their sixth state title. 

Aisha Sheppard’s 24 points helped secure the Cadets’ win.

The senior nets a game-high 24 points as the Cadets end the Panthers’ run of three straight championships.

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The Patriots need overtime to get past Clarksburg; the Barons lock down on defense in a win over Blair.

It's state tournament time in Virginia, and the defending 5A champs are leaning on their big man as they pursue a repeat.

Quakers junior Saddiq Bey drops game-high 29 points in the win.

Aaron Thompson helps spark the Panthers’ comeback in one semifinal, while Myles Dread leads the Eagles to a rout of St. John’s in the other.

The senior-laden Obezags keep their poise to fend off Saints Peter & Paul and claim their first title since 2008.

Hot shooting from three-point range leads Quakers to first league crown since 2012.

The Cadets soldier on without point guard Niya Beverley, while the Panthers crush Good Counsel to set up a 1-2 matchup for the title.

Sara Park and the Panthers erased a third-quarter deficit en route to a 46-39 victory over Episcopal, while Maeve Carroll cleaned up in the paint in 56-48 win against Bullis.

The Eagles used an 11-0 run to set up a win, while Lady Knights were led by guard Henayah Moton on both ends of the floor.

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