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In a girls’ basketball thriller that found a way to live up to the hype, Azzi Fudd’s late burst carried the Cadets to a 67-65 road victory.
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Boys’ basketball notebook: For undefeated Potomac Falls, it’s a family affair

Plus, Georgetown Prep grapples with the IAC, Largo gets revenge and Broadneck has balance.

Girls’ basketball notebook: Wilson is a DCIAA contender behind its star guard duo

O'Connell is looking to compete in the WCAC, while McLean and Sherwood are off to strong starts.

Boys’ basketball Top 20: Private schools continue to dominate top half of the rankings

There were no changes to the top 10 teams this week.

North Point's Malik Lawrence and DeMatha's DeMarcco Hellams (photo by Marvin Joseph/The Washington Post)
North Point's Malik Lawrence and DeMatha's DeMarcco Hellams (photo by Marvin Joseph/The Washington Post)
The Washington Post makes its picks for the D.C. area’s top athletes in every fall sport.

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Huskies win 15th straight behind 24 points from 6-10 Qudus Wahab.

Area teams are testing themselves as the postseason gets closer.

Georgetown Prep, DeMatha hold down top spots in latest rankings.

Images from the Cadets’ win over the Mustangs.

In a girls’ basketball thriller that found a way to live up to the hype, Azzi Fudd’s late burst carried the Cadets to a 67-65 road victory.

Mimi Britt, a running back at Maryland’s Long Reach High, has become a school celebrity. She hopes to keep football in her future.
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Huntingtown's Amanda Merrell plays with a prosthetic leg and was her JV team's leading scorer. “Sports is literally my everything,” she says.

Plus, Georgetown Prep grapples with the IAC, Largo gets revenge and Broadneck has balance.

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There were no changes to the top 10 teams this week.

The top-ranked Mustangs will seek their first win over the Cadets since 2016.

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The No. 11 Bears improved to 14-2 in a key IAC game.

The senior guard scored 15 points in the fourth quarter to help the Yellowjackets avenge an ugly loss from last season.

Backcourt tandem of Devon Parrish (25 points) and Hagen Vandiver (16) power Pioneers to 57-47 win.

Paint Branch rolls to the boys’ team title while Northwest captures the girls’ championship.

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