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Stella Szostak vaults her way to Montgomery County all-around gymnastics title

Bethesda-Chevy Chase freshman performs difficult Tsukahara vault to claim individual championship. Walter Johnson won the team crown.
Madeline Rundlett ·
May 8, 2019

Rowing: B-CC boys, Whitman girls win WMIRA titles for third straight year

The teams look ahead to this month’s Stotesbury Cup, the nation’s largest high school regatta.
Kyle Melnick ·
May 6, 2019

2019 Winter All-Met: Boys indoor track first team, second team, honorable mention

Check out this year's picks for the Washington D.C. area's top boys' indoor tracks performers.
Washington Post Staff ·
March 19, 2019

2019 Winter All-Met: Boys' swimming first team, second team, honorable mentions

Check out this year's picks for the Washington D.C. area's top boys' swimming performers.
Washington Post Staff ·
March 19, 2019

High school basketball notebook: After years of losing, Walter Johnson has a season to remember

Washington Post Staff ·
March 19, 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

PHOTOS: Maryland State Swimming Championships

Images from the Maryland State Swimming Championships
February 24, 2019

Maryland swimming championships: Steven Mendley's record-filled day helps Churchill boys repeat; Sherwood girls also repeat

The Dartmouth-bound senior broke state marks in the 50 free, 100 free and as the anchor of the 400 free relay.
David J. Kim ·
February 24, 2019

Paint Branch boys keep their focus on their way to an indoor track state title

Depth was key for the Panthers, who claimed their first 4A crown since 2003. Northwest’s Taylor Wright had a banner day in the 4A girls’ competition.
Julia Karron ·
February 20, 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