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    Angelo Hernandez Reinstated As Wilson Boys’ Basketball Coach After Administrative Leave

    By By Michael Errigo, Washington Post; Photo by Cory Royster, DCSAA 08/20/2018, 3:30pm EDT

    Angelo Hernandez has been reinstated as boys’ basketball coach at Wilson High after four months on administrative leave, D.C. Public Schools confirmed Friday.

    Hernandez was placed on leave in mid-April after the launching of an investigation into the residency of two players on his team, according to a person with knowledge of the situation. DCPS wouldn’t comment on the status or findings of the investigation, saying only that Hernandez had returned to Wilson.


    D.C. High School Football Triple-Header Set For RFK Stadium In September

    By Samatha Pell, Washington Post; Photo by Cory Royster, DCSAA 08/15/2018, 10:00am EDT

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    High school football is returning to RFK Stadium. The annual Events DC Kickoff Classic will take place on Saturday, Sept. 15, showcasing six Washington football teams.

    The three games for the day-long event are: Dunbar (Ward 5) against Maret (Ward 3) at noon, Wilson (Ward 3) against Archbishop Carroll (Ward 5) at 3 p.m. and Friendship Collegiate Academy (Ward 7) against H.D. Woodson (Ward 7) at 6 p.m.


    St. John’s Five-Star Linebacker Mekhail Sherman Chosen For 2020 Polynesian Bowl

    By By Samantha Pell; Washington Post; Photo by Adam Friedman; Rivals.Com 08/10/2018, 9:15am EDT

    St. John’s five-star linebacker Mekhail Sherman has accepted an invitation to the Polynesian Bowl, to be held in January 2020 in Honolulu, and will serve as one of the bowl ambassadors.

    Sherman is the No. 2 linebacker in the nation for the Class of 2020, according to 247Sports, as well as the No. 18 athlete nationally and the No. 1 player in the District. At 6-foot-3 and 234 pounds, Sherman already has 32 scholarship offers. He announced his top 10 in July: Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina, Auburn, Notre Dame, Clemson, Penn State, Ohio State, Oklahoma and Michigan. He also has an offer from Maryland.


    Azzi Fudd Of St. John’s Becomes First Girl To Play At Stephen Curry’s Summer Camp

    By By Samantha Pell; Washington Post; Photo by Kelly Kline; Under Armour 08/10/2018, 9:15am EDT

    Azzi Fudd was one of the first two girls to be invited to Stephen Curry’s fifth annual S30 Select Camp in San Francisco.

    St. John’s sophomore Azzi Fudd had just settled into her room in Minsk, Belarus, in mid-July when her father started lighting up her phone.

    Text after text and then finally a call later, Tim Fudd started told his 15-year-old daughter, who was traveling with the USA Basketball Women’s U17 World Cup team, that she had been invited to Stephen Curry’s SC30 Select Camp in San Francisco in early August.


    Wilson Rising Senior Guard Jay Heath Verbally Commits To Boston College

    By By Samantha Pell, Washington Post; Photo byToni L. Sandys, Washington Post 06/27/2018, 1:45pm EDT

    Woodrow Wilson senior combo guard Jay Heath verbally commitment to Boston College on Tuesday while on an unofficial visit to the school.

    Heath, rated a four-star prospect, is the first commit in for Boston College’s 2019 recruiting class. Heath, 6-foot-3, 175 pounds, had other offers from George Mason, Georgetown, James Madison, Kansas State, Louisiana Tech, Rhode Island and VCU before ultimately deciding on Boston College.


    DCSAA/US Army Impact Player of the Month

    By Wick Eisenberg 06/26/2018, 11:30am EDT

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