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Loudoun Valley senior breaks his mentor’s 15-year-old mark at Armory Track Invitational.

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Swimming and diving: Langley boys nab first Virginia 6A North region title, Robinson girls win

The Saxons use depth over individual titles to claim their first regional championship, while Hannah Baker helps the Rams win their first title since 2010.

Sherwood girls, Gonzaga boys claim Metros swimming championships

Morgan Hill paces the Warriors to their first team title in at least 20 years while the Eagles boys reclaim the team title with a balanced showing.

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.

Warriors’ title is first in at least 19 years; Eagles win after finishing second last two years.

The Saxons use depth over individual titles to claim their first regional championship, while Hannah Baker helps the Rams win their first title since 2010.

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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.

Bethesda-Chevy Chase’s Tyjhai Byers grows into starting center role, commits to Morgan State

Cut from JV as a freshman, the Barons' center sprouted to 6-foot-10 and became one of the area's elite defenders.

With Syracuse offer in hand, Gonzaga RB Tyree Randolph looks to keep bucking odds

The diminutive yet dominant second-team All-Met hopes his skills, not his stature, do the talking for him on the recruit circuit.

The Falcons picked up seven individual titles while Gonzaga senior William McDonald (152) and sophomore Nathan Thacker (120) claimed championships.

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Morgan Hill paces the Warriors to their first team title in at least 20 years while the Eagles boys reclaim the team title with a balanced showing.

TRACK AND FIELD | Sophomore’s final-leg run rallies Bulldogs to another relay triumph.

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No. 7 Gwynn Park escapes with narrow win over Central

The Yellow Jackets fought hard in the second half to maintain a 79-75 win over the Falcons.

Osbourn defeats Stonewall Jackson, 70-68

The Eagles rode a late fourth quarter rally sparked by Quron White to get past the Raiders.

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Loudoun Valley senior breaks his mentor’s 15-year-old mark at Armory Track Invitational.

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The Yellow Jackets fought hard in the second half to maintain a 79-75 win over the Falcons.

The Eagles rode a late fourth quarter rally sparked by Quron White to get past the Raiders.

Eagles take down No. 3 Riverdale Baptist in front of capacity crowd

The senior forward hit a buzzer-beater to push the Coyotes past the Trojans; Chase Barrand finished with14 points as Statesmen earn Conference 13 victory.

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BOYS’ BASKETBALL | The senior guard nets a season-high 18 points in a back-and-forth clash with Keaton Simmons as the Eagles pull out a narrow win at home.

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GIRLS’ BASKETBALL | Gray finishes with 23 points as the top-ranked Eagles notch a major win over a fellow national power.

BOYS’ BASKETBALL | Lewis Djonkam and Spencer Askew make the most of the pregame practice session and the Spartans hold on for their ninth straight victory.

Wick scores 20 points, all in the second half, as the Wolverines defeat Loudoun Valley, 50-39.

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