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Softball Top 10: Northwest core has won it all before

Pitcher Amber Yuille, first baseman Kaylah Qassis and third baseman Megan Ridenour were freshman sparks for the Jaguars' 2017 state championship team, and now, as juniors, they're counted on to be leaders.
Kate Yanchulis ·
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: 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

Old Mill girls hold off South River in OT for 4A East title

Sydney Faulcon scores 27 and Deja Atkinson’s free throws prove pivotal, sending Patriots into 4A state semifinals vs. B-CC.
Kyle Melnick ·
March 10, 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

Girls’ basketball Top 20: St. John’s makes it clear it deserves to be No. 1

For the third time this season, the Cadets beat No. 2 McNamara — this time in the WCAC final.
February 26, 2019

Boys’ basketball Top 20: St. Stephen’s/St. Agnes and Wilson kick off postseason with championship trophies

The WCAC and MAC hold their championship games in the next week-plus.
From staff reports ·
February 18, 2019

Girls’ basketball Top 20: Rankings mostly static as playoffs approach

The top 12 remained the same after few upsets in the past week.
Washington Post staff ·
February 18, 2019

Boys' basketball notebook: As the coach's son, North Point's Satchel Ball has had to earn his success

Plus, Rock Creek Christian builds something through adversity, George Mason sees its seniors hit milestones and Wise holds a Coaches vs. Cancer game.
Washington Post Staff ·
February 11, 2019

Girls’ basketball Top 20: St. John’s holds off McNamara to remain No. 1

The Cadets won the rematch, another tight game, and the teams could meet again in the playoffs.
Washington Post staff ·
February 11, 2019