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Callie Caplan covers high school sports for The Washington Post. She is a recent graduate of the University of Maryland.
Glenelg, Bishop Ireton and Georgetown Visitation remain Nos. 1, 2 and 3 after championship victories.
Marriotts Ridge and Briar Woods join the rankings, while Paul VI rises into the top 5.
Seahawks, Falcons each handle Eleanor Roosevelt counterparts to earn spots in respective championship games.
The Cubs finish a 13-9 victory over Holton-Arms on Wednesday after the tournament championship game was suspended Monday at halftime because of bad weather.
Gonzaga, Bullis, Churchill, Riverside and Glenelg make up the top five in this week's rankings.
Glenelg rises to No. 1 in the latest rankings.
Angelo Hernandez was named All-Met Coach of the Year this past season after Wilson won D.C. city and state championships. DCPS is investigating whether all of his players live in the school's zone.
Sophomore Isaac Aronson nets the game-winner as the Bulldogs avenge their loss in last season’s championship game.
Wildcats edge Sherwood for third championship in five years, becoming the de facto state champions.
Gonzaga remains No. 1 following Monday's WCAC title.