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Get to know the top high school football players in the D.C. area

A look at 20 standout players you might be hearing from a lot this fall.
Michael Errigo, Samantha Pell ·
August 20, 2019

Chantilly’s Will Pak, Marshall’s Reilly Tran cruise to Virginia Class 6 tennis championships

The longtime friends and training partners win the boys’ and girls’ singles championships, respectively.
Michael Errigo ·
June 7, 2019

Baseball Top 10: Brentsville among Virginia regional champions

The Tigers are riding a seven-game win streak into the Virginia Class 3 tournament.
Kyle Melnick ·
June 3, 2019

Girls' soccer Top 10: Battlefield, Chantilly earn district titles in a week of postseason drama

South County, T.C. Williams and Yorktown among other local teams finding early playoff success.
Michael Errigo ·
May 21, 2019

Softball Top 10: Madison softball prepares for state title defense

Maryland 4A semifinalist Glen Burnie moves into the rankings.
Kate Yanchulis ·
May 20, 2019

Boys' soccer Top 10: Led by a pack of seniors, T.C. Williams is playing with intensity

The Titans have lost just one game this year behind the efforts of two goalies and 17 seniors.
Michael Errigo ·
April 24, 2019

Spring sports whiparound: St. Stephen's/St. Agnes girls' lacrosse gets payback

Elsewhere, No. 1 Madison softball's long winning streak is snapped, and Sherwood baseball flexes its pitching muscles.
Washington Post Staff ·
April 15, 2019

Girls' lacrosse Top 10: Marriotts Ridge gets long-awaited win over Glenelg

The Mustangs had gone the past two seasons without beating their biggest rivals.
David J. Kim ·
April 8, 2019

Softball Top 10: South County starts strong behind sophomore pitcher

Madison maintains the top spot in the rankings after shutting out opponents in its first five games.
Kate Yanchulis ·
April 8, 2019

2019 Winter All-Met: Wrestling first team, second team and honorable mention

Check out this year's picks for the Washington D.C. area's top wrestling performers.
Washington Post Staff ·
March 20, 2019