The Washington Post

A recap of the most memorable stories from the 2014-15 Washington area high school sports season.

There were 31 girls' lacrosse players from the Washington area honored as part of this year's US Lacrosse all-American team.

Chantilly's Keegan Kelly scored the game-winning goal in overtime of the USA Hockey under-18 AA national championship on March 30.

Wildcats seniors Caroline Wakefield and Reagan Newell are focused on bringing home a title before they head off to different collegiate lacrosse programs next year.

Wisconsin, not unbeaten Kentucky, is the NCAA championship favorite among a sample of local high school basketball players.

The Centreville running back faxed off National Letter of Intent in Texas while preparing for International Bowl.

Offensive linemen Richie Petitbon and Isaiah Prince are among nearly 40 area players expected to sign with Football Bowl Subdivision programs Wednesday.

Everything you need to know about National Signing Day 2015 as high school football recruits in D.C., Maryland and Virginia sign their letters of intent.

Bullis RB Devonte Carter flipped his commitment from Marshall to Indiana ahead of of National Signing Day.

Hylton's Matt Burrell Jr. was also selected to the U.S. U-19 football team that will take on Team Canada Saturday in Arlington, Texas.

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