Scores and highlights from all of the action on a big Friday night of football in D.C., Maryland and Virginia.
This might be the best weekend of high school football yet this season, with plenty of games involving the Washington area's top teams, and we want to know who you think will win.
A look at the football playoff standings in the Virginia High School League at the midpoint of the season.
Who will win the biggest games around the Washington area during the first full week of the 2016 high school football regular season? Vote here.
A quintet of local senior standouts could hear their names called during this week's MLB draft.
Fifty-two of Northern Virginia's standout seniors will take part in the all-star basketball showcase at Marshall.
Top seed St. John's will look to win its first WCAC boys' title since 2000 while the Oakton and Fairfax girls hope to continue their unbeaten seasons.
Twenty boys and 43 girls from the D.C. area make the first cut for the prestigious annual high school all-star game.
With two weeks left in the regular season, the Knights, South County and Tuscarora all hold top playoff seeds.
The Knights move up to the No. 2 spot in 4A West, while Washington-Lee rides its second-straight win into the 6A North playoff picture.