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A pair of top distance runners will head to Charlottesville next fall, and several other cross-country standouts made their commitments known this week.

McLean's Josh Sborz and Lake Braddock's Kenny Towns lead Virginia to first College World Series title.

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  • Jun 25, 2015
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Among six D.C. area natives, two are former All-Met POYs in Kenny Towns (Lake Braddock) and Josh Sborz (McLean).

Twenty-six boys and 22 girls from the D.C. area are among the 800-plus nominees for the prestigious basketball game.

SUMMER WORKOUTS | The returning All-Met Swimmer of the Year has his sights set on Pan Pacific and world championship success -- and he knows how much work in the pool it will take to get there.

A list of the stories that defined the year in D.C. area high school sports in 2013-14, as chosen by the staff.

LETTERS OF INTEREST | Bryant Crawford, a rising junior guard, hopes to make Monday's final cut for next week's FIBA Americas U-16 Championship.

For a combination of his academic and athletic achievements, Jefferson senior football player and wrestler Patrick O'Connor will receive the VHSL's highest student award at a banquet Monday in Charlottesville.

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  • May 10, 2013
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Georgetown University's recently announced 23-player football recruiting class features six local players, an increase over previous seasons.

  • Eric Detweiler
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  • May 3, 2013
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