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Ice hockey Top 10: Montgomery Cheetahs program builds bonds between players and mentors

In this week's rankings, DeMatha maintains the top spot heading into Wednesday's WCAC semifinal against Gonzaga.
Julia Karron ·
February 13, 2019

Boys’ basketball Top 20: Major changes to the rankings after a week of upsets

DeMatha clings to its No. 1 spot, and Gonzaga, which gave the Stags their first local loss, jumps to No. 2.
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

Girls’ basketball Top 20: Rematch looms large for St. John’s and McNamara

The Cadets prevailed by two in overtime Jan. 22, and the area’s top two squads will meet again Saturday.
Washington Post Staff ·
February 4, 2019

Girls’ basketball Top 20: St. John’s regains top spot

The Cadets edged McNamara to set up an anticipated rematch in two weeks.
Washington Post staff ·
January 29, 2019

Girls’ basketball Top 20: No. 1 McNamara and No. 2 St. John’s set for anticipated bout

The top-ranked Mustangs will seek their first win over the Cadets since 2016.
Washington Post staff ·
January 21, 2019

Whitman maintains its flair for the dramatic with close win over Bethesda-Chevy Chase

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL | The Vikings extend their winning streak to 10 with a 52-48 victory over their crosstown rivals.
David J. Kim ·
January 16, 2019

Girls' basketball Top 20: Not much movement up top, but there's plenty parity

Teams are now fully into their conference schedules.
Washington Post staff ·
January 14, 2019

Churchill girls get a test - and pass with flying colors with win at Paint Branch

No. 14 Bulldogs finish strong to win on the road against No. 19 Panthers, 68-51.
David J. Kim ·
January 10, 2019

2018 Fall All-Met: Boys' soccer first team, second team and honorable mention

Check out this year's picks for the Washington D.C. area's top boys' soccer performers.
Washington Post Staff ·
December 18, 2018