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Northwest is on quest for three-peat

CAMP COUNTDOWN | Mark Pierce and the Jaguars have reloaded. Though lacking experience, they believe they have the talent to pull off a third straight Maryland 4A crown.

Good Counsel gets ready to go on offensive

CAMP COUNTDOWN | With eight starters returning, it’s the Falcons offense that will lead the championship push after a loss to DeMatha in last year’s WCAC final.

Trainers program changes ‘culture’ in Montgomery

Coaches and parents approve of changes in Montgomery County, where certified athletic trainers are at each of the 25 high schools.

Ex-Wilson star Adams ends up in N.C.

Ex-Wilson star Adams ends up in N.C.

FOOTBALL | Abdul Adams will not be allowed to attend D.C. Public Schools this fall and has enrolled at Hillside High in Durham.

Hylton conditions itself for long run

Hylton conditions itself for long run

CAMP COUNTDOWN | Early playoff exits in recent seasons, along with a grueling offseason regimen, will fuel a Bulldogs team with high expectations this fall.

Damascus sets sights high again

Damascus sets sights high again

CAMP COUNTDOWN | With a more balanced offense and a focus on conditioning, the Swarmin’ Hornets eye a return to the Md. 3A final.

Md., D.C. are loaded with story lines

Md., D.C. are loaded with story lines

FOOTBALL | Here are 10 things to watch, including Douglass eyeing a repeat and Northwest seeking its third straight state crown.

Quince Orchard expects to contend

Quince Orchard expects to contend

CAMP COUNTDOWN | With a revamped offense and an experienced defense, the Cougars are hoping to capture their first state title since 2007.

Briar Woods vies to rekindle success

Briar Woods vies to rekindle success

CAMP COUNTDOWN | After missing out on the state title game for the first time in five years, the Falcons have a fresh outlook on the season and on offense.

Gaithersburg looks to build on finish

Gaithersburg looks to build on finish

CAMP COUNTDOWN | The Trojans ended their disappointing 2014 season on a high note, and they are hoping momentum can carry over.

ROCKVILLE, MD - MARCH 24: All-Met Girl's Basketball Player Jada Graves of Edison, photographed at Georgetown Preparatory School on March 24, 2015 in Rockville, Md. (Photo by Ricky Carioti/The Washington Post)

Graves works on upping her game

SUMMER WORKOUTS | With colleges pursuing her and three state tournament losses weighing on her, Jada Graves is plenty motivated for her senior year.

Stone Bridge aims to come up big

Stone Bridge aims to come up big

FOOTBALL | Though they lack their typical size up front, the Bulldogs are bent on reviving their championship standard.

Broad Run prepares for road tests

Broad Run prepares for road tests

CAMP COUNTDOWN | A delay in their home field’s turf construction will pit the Spartans with the tough task of playing eight regular season away games.

Patriot hopes to take step forward

Patriot hopes to take step forward

CAMP COUNTDOWN | After two playoff appearances in a row, Pioneers hope a new cast of characters can rebuild quickly.

Huskies seek similar success

Huskies seek similar success

CAMP COUNTDOWN | With the bulk of its offensive firepower gone, Tuscarora will lean on its aerial attack to generate another deep playoff run.

Watson chooses Kentucky football

Watson chooses Kentucky football

FOOTBALL | Initially intent on pursuing basketball, Jamar Watson turned one season on the gridiron into a spot as a linebacker for the Wildcats.

AllMetSports galleries

Eleanor Roosevelt hangs on for the Maryland 4A girls’ hoops championship

Ashia McCalla scored 29 points for the Raiders’ ninth title; Poolesville girls win the 2A crown.

St. John’s girls and Wilson boys win the DCSAA basketball championships

The Cadet girls beat Georgetown Visitation, while the Tigers took down St. John’s.

St. John’s girls, DeMatha boys win WCAC hoops titles

St. John’s beat Paul VI, and DeMatha triumphed over Gonzaga in Monday night’s WCAC tournament finals.

Churchill boys, Sherwood girls win Maryland state swimming championships

Both the Bulldogs and Warriors finish off perfect seasons with 4A/3A titles.

Anacostia girls blows out Dunbar, wins third DCIAA title in four seasons

Wilson boys capture second straight DCIAA title with victory over Theodore Roosevelt

No. 7 Georgetown Prep boys outrace Bullis to win IAC basketball championship

The Little Hoyas avenge last year’s title game loss loss at the hands of the Bulldogs.

Madison girls and Langley boys win Virginia Class 6 swimming championships

The Warhawks and Saxons join the boys’ teams from Thomas Jefferson and George Mason as local teams bringing home their respective titles.

Damascus cruises to sixth straight Maryland state wrestling championship

The Hornets continued their dominance while Urbana won the 4A meet.

No. 1 Paul VI boys use strong fourth quarter to knock off No. 2 Gonzaga

Panthers clinch at least a share of the WCAC regular season title.

No. 2 Paul VI girls hand top-ranked St. John’s their first league loss

The Panthers pull away in the fourth quarter and move into first place in the WCAC.

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Six months after ALS diagnosis, Poolesville wrestling Coach Kevin Dorsey has no plans to stop doing what he loves.

Lynch’s legacy still strong

Six years after his death, former Suitland Coach Nick Lynch’s impact is still felt on Prince William County sidelines.

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