It was another tremendous year for high school sports in D.C., Marlyand and Virginia. Here's a look at some of our most memorable stories from the past year.
Paul VI grad Ethan Powley helped the South team to victory at Saturday's Under Armour Lacrosse Classic.
Good Counsel All-Met Caroline Peters will prepare to represent Ireland in the upcoming FIL Women's Lacrosse World Cup by playing in Saturday's Under Armour All-America Classic.
Woodgrove rising sophomore Nora Bowen continued a recent surge of early lacrosse commitments by accepting a scholarship offer from Virginia's women's lacrosse program.
Paul VI senior Connor Murphy earned All-Met honors in lacrosse to match his brother James, a Robinson freshman swimmer.
After winning its second state title in three years, the Madison girls' lacrosse team should return most of its key players next spring.
The Wolverines endured a tough road to the championship, thanks to their seniors' wisdom and talent.
Marriotts Ridge All-Mets Zoe Stukenberg and Alex McKay will play together next year at Maryland but took different recruiting paths to get there.
After being suspended one game due to a red card and suffering the first loss of the season last week, Tuscarora's Angel Ceron-Garcia rebounds to lift the Huskies back to the state semifinals.
Bullis senior defenseman Nick Fields earned a divisional honor at the C. Markland Kelly Award banquet Sunday night.