Edison guard Carole Miller (1) keeps her dribble alive as she hits the floor while Chantilly's Ashley Francis (24) applies pressure during a Rebel Round Ball Holiday Classic semifinal on Dec. 28 at Fairfax. (Katherine Frey / The Washington Post)
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Boys' soccer Top 10: South Lakes, Robinson lead first rankings as top spot in Northern Virginia opens up

After Oakton loses 15 to graduation, who is the team to beat in Northern Virginia?
Michael Errigo ·
March 26, 2019

2019 Winter All-Met: Girls' basketball teams

Check out this year's picks for the Washington D.C. area's top girls' basketball performers.
Washington Post Staff ·
March 19, 2019

Girls’ basketball Top 20: Final rankings for 2018-19 look familiar at the top

St. John’s, New Hope, McNamara, Woodbridge and Edison are the top five, while C.H. Flowers and Old Mill finish in the top 15 after Maryland state titles.
Washington Post staff ·
March 17, 2019

Girls’ basketball Top 20: State playoffs success moves up several schools

Woodbridge is up to No. 4 after winning the Virginia Class 6 title.
Washington Post staff ·
March 14, 2019

PHOTOS: Virginia state basketball championships

Images from Wednesday's Class 5 and Class 6 boys and girls title games.
March 8, 2019

Woodbridge High girls basketball team wins Virginia Class 6 state championship

Vikings handle Cosby with a dominant fourth quarter, win school’s first girls’ basketball championship.
Kyle Melnick ·
March 7, 2019

After 'magical postseason run,' Freedom-South Riding boys lose in Virginia Class 5 final

Eagles fall, 57-49, to Maury in state championship game.
Michael Errigo ·
March 6, 2019

Edison loses Virginia Class 5 girls’ championship in star Carole Miller’s final game

The Virginia-bound Miller had 15 points and 10 rebounds in the 69-55 defeat to Princess Anne, which has won six straight titles.
Kyle Melnick ·
March 6, 2019

Girls’ basketball Top 20: Dominant St. John’s caps 35-1 season

The Cadets won the DCSAA championship Sunday, following their WCAC win last week.
Washington Post staff ·
March 5, 2019

Edison picks up the pace after halftime to beat Freedom-South Riding in Virginia Class 5 girls’ basketball semifinals

The Eagles rally from a nine-point halftime deficit to earn a date with five-time defending champion Princess Anne in Wednesday’s championship game.
David J. Kim ·
March 5, 2019