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Working for his family’s tree service helped Battlefield sophomore All-Met River Curtis become a state champion in 2015 and a contender for years to come.

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Wrestling: Northern’s Jackson Drum enters postseason perfect; Ethan Krause leads Georgetown Prep to 12th straight IAC title

The Patriots senior is 30-0 with 29 pins and one major decision; The Little Hoyas 138-pound standout led them to another conference crown.

Ice hockey: Churchill’s Philip Satin breaks points record; Holy Cross wins MAGHL title

The Bulldogs’ senior is playing — and feeling — better than ever while the Tartans stunned Holton-Arms in their league championship game.

Golden Bears point guard Matthew Johnson scores the game winning layup with a tenth of a second left on the clock to down the Scorpions, 68-66.

Sophomore will return to state meet after posting 39.025 in all-around; Eagles edge Stafford for team title.

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The Knights netted two late goals and tied the No. 4 Eagles in the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference matchup.

Clarion football taps South County and Patuxent for late 2016 push

Four local players committed to the Golden Eagles in January and February.

Eastern’s Jamarko Pickett enjoys a breakthrough, on the court and the recruiting trail

The 6-foot-8 forward has the Ramblers in the thick of the DCIAA boys' basketball race and is starting to generate serious college interest after an impressive month.

Powerful junior DE Tyree Johnson is next in line for St. John’s defense

The Cadets junior hopes to follow in the footsteps of coveted Alabama recruit Terrell Hall by using a big offseason to pile up major FBS offers.

The Tigers and Eagles take home the team titles as Georgetown Day’s Tristan Colaizzi sets a new meet record.

Jason Vogel and Matt Klein score in the final 10 minutes and the Knights use an inspired effort from backup goalie Jack MacKinnon to notch an encouraging result against the Eagles.

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The Wilson senior’s late surge to win the 1,600 meters helps the Tigers roll to a team championship.

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Golden Bears point guard Matthew Johnson scores the game winning layup with a tenth of a second left on the clock to down the Scorpions, 68-66.

Gonzaga and O'Connell end a tough game in a 2-2 draw

The Knights netted two late goals and tied the No. 4 Eagles in the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference matchup.

Battlefield wrestler River Curtis builds strength by chopping wood

Curtis, the defending Virginia 6A state wrestling champion, chops wood as part of the family business.

The Patriots senior is 30-0 with 29 pins and one major decision; The Little Hoyas 138-pound standout led them to another conference crown.

Curtis, the defending Virginia 6A state wrestling champion, chops wood as part of the family business.

Working for his family’s tree service helped Battlefield sophomore All-Met River Curtis become a state champion in 2015 and a contender for years to come.

Freshman Eli Guttentag’s first-period pin against Whitman helped Bethesda-Chevy Chase win the Montgomery South division and crack the Top 10 team rankings this week.

The Bulldogs’ senior is playing — and feeling — better than ever while the Tartans stunned Holton-Arms in their league championship game.

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The senior forward will play at the Naval Academy, just like his father, Vernon Butler.

The senior point guard and Rice commit is the heart of the Knights attack.

Four local players committed to the Golden Eagles in January and February.

BOYS’ BASKETBALL | The senior guard hits three three-pointers in the third quarter to help the Cadets fend off a late rally from the top-ranked Stags in Hyattsville.

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