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The talented 6-11 prospect has learned valuable lessons about his game and his development playing against some of the nation's top recruits the past two summers.

Maret big man Luka Garza (55) draws a crowd under the basket during a Jan. 2016 game against Sidwell Friends. (Jonathan Newton / The Washington Post)
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2016 Virginia high school football schedule

A complete look at the regular season schedule for Northern Virginia’s varsity football teams.

Breaking down the best matchups of the 2016 Virginia high school football schedule

Local schools wrap up home-and-home series in the final year of VHSL conference play.

Summer Workouts: Voluntary sessions draw a crowd as Woodgrove football aims to take the next step

After graduating its entire offensive and defensive lines, Woodgrove works out to set the bar higher in 2016.

The rising sophomore got an early scholarship offer from his 'dream school' after a couple impressive camp performances caught the attention of Penn State coaches.

The talented 6-11 prospect has learned valuable lessons about his game and his development playing against some of the nation's top recruits the past two summers.

Washington Post reporter Mark Giannotto goes through shooting drills with Maret big man Luka Garza.

Recruiting news

Flint Hill RB Jordan Houston gets the Penn State scholarship offer he wasn’t expecting

The rising sophomore got an early scholarship offer from his 'dream school' after a couple impressive camp performances caught the attention of Penn State coaches.

Summer Workouts: Maret’s Luka Garza grows up against the nation’s best basketball prospects

The talented 6-11 prospect has learned valuable lessons about his game and his development playing against some of the nation's top recruits the past two summers.

Wilson All-Met Sean Savoy and Bullis OL Aiden Brown commit to Virginia Tech football

Wilson's big play WR and a Bullis offensive lineman become the first Washington-area football recruits from the 2017 class to commit to new Virginia Tech Coach Justin Fuente.

Wilson's big play WR and a Bullis offensive lineman become the first Washington-area football recruits from the 2017 class to commit to new Virginia Tech Coach Justin Fuente.

DeMatha DL Chase Young commits to Ohio State, boys' basketball star Markelle Fultz shines internationally and lacrosse legend Paul Rabil scores an historic goal during a banner weekend for the Stags.

Noah Lyles and his younger brother Josephus, both graduates of T.C. Williams, bypass college running careers to sign an eight-year deal with Adidas.

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Summer Workouts: Maret basketball's Luka Garza

Washington Post reporter Mark Giannotto goes through shooting drills with Maret big man Luka Garza.

Summer Workouts: Woodgrove football

Washington Post reporter Dillon Mullan works out with the Woodgrove football team in the weight room and on the field in speed drills.

Oakton soccer standouts Bryan and Jonny Silver work to stay sharp in the summer

Washington Post reporter Nick Eilerson works with Oakton's Bryan and Jonny Silver on passing and shooting drills.

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With the help of retired Georgetown coach Tony Johnson — a 1968 Olympic silver medalist — Joe Johnson and Christian Tabash swept the USRowing Junior World Championship Trials.

After flying under the radar at Springbrook, the 6-foot-3, 220-pound defensive end is getting ready for his senior season with the defending Maryland 4A state champion Pumas.

A complete look at the regular season schedule for Northern Virginia’s varsity football teams.

Local schools wrap up home-and-home series in the final year of VHSL conference play.

After graduating its entire offensive and defensive lines, Woodgrove works out to set the bar higher in 2016.

Washington Post reporter Dillon Mullan works out with the Woodgrove football team in the weight room and on the field in speed drills.

The Sidwell Friends star is considering playing college basketball in the Ivy League even as interest from bigger schools picks up.

In an effort to curb arm injuries, the NFHS is requiring state athletic associations to craft their own pitch count restrictions before the start of the 2017 season.

Several Washington area basketball recruits are hoping to maximize exposure with college coaches by playing an extra year on the summer recruiting circuit after their high school eligibility is complete.

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