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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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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.

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.

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.

Top football recruit Chase Young, basketball star Markelle Fultz highlight banner weekend for DeMatha

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.

With 19 offers, Wise transfer DE Isaac Ukwu gets ready for the spotlight

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.

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.

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.

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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.

Her patients convinced her that she’d have a knack for coaching in her Ashburn community.

DeMatha's Chase Young and Anthony McFarland, and Good Counsel defensive end Joshua Paschal all stood out last week at an annual Nike event featuring the best football recruits in the country.

The top-ranked Swarmin' Hornets graduated All-Met running back Jake Funk, but could get a boost from his younger brother who is emerging as a two-way star.

Bryan and Jonny Silver are gearing up for a national club tournament after a successful high school season with the Cougars.

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