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2019 Spring All-Met: Golf first team, honorable mention

Check out this year's picks for the Washington D.C. area's top golf performers.
Washington Post Staff ·
June 11, 2019

Girls' soccer Top 10: No. 1 Yorktown keeping momentum alive with undefeated run

The Patriots returned seven starters this season and have taken been impressive in Northern Virginia.
Michael Errigo ·
April 24, 2019

Softball Top 10: Severna Park's Campbell Kline breaks Maryland career hits record

Huntingtown extends its winning streak to 21 games and takes over the top spot in the rankings.
Kate Yanchulis ·
April 22, 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

Field hockey Top 10: Maryland and Virginia state finals loom

Area teams make final preparations, as the Maryland and Virginia field hockey playoff pictures come into focus.
Julia Karron ·
November 6, 2018

Field hockey Top 10: St. John's angles for a perfect season, Virginia and Maryland Publics vie for state finals

Heading into the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference playoffs, Tuesday night, St. John's Coach Corey Kelly knows what's at stake for the Cadets.
Julia Karron ·
October 30, 2018

Volleyball Top 10: Teams get set for regionals

Paul VI drops three spots after losing for the first time in more than a month.
David J. Kim ·
October 30, 2018

Field hockey Top 10: St. John's remains undefeated, teams start regional playoffs

A couple of double-overtime games factor into this week's rankings.
Julia Karron ·
October 23, 2018

Volleyball Top 10: Stone Bridge takes the top spot, teams prepare for regional playoffs

Loudoun County falls to Heritage in five sets
David J. Kim ·
October 23, 2018

Field hockey Top 10: W.T. Woodson suffers first loss of the season

Loudoun County schools hope to take advantage of an uptick in funding, as they participate in postseason play for the third time.
Julia Karron ·
October 17, 2018