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    Miamour Mesa Named DCSAA/U.S. Army Impact Player of the Month

    By Wick Eisenberg 03/06/2018, 12:15pm EST

    Wilson Wins Second Title Of The Year With Double-Overtime DCSAA Championship Victory

    By By Jesse Dougherty, Washington Post. Photo by John McDonnell 03/04/2018, 8:30am EST

    Tournament MVP Jay Heath, Jr. Celebrates the Tiger's Championship

    When it was finally over, when the buzzer sounded and the scoreboard showed a two-point Wilson lead now carved into school history, Ayinde Hikim rose toward the rim and, with a big smile, threw in a dunk that triggered the celebration. 


    St. John’s Girls’ Basketball Finishes Near-Perfect Season With DCSAA Championship

    By By Michael Errigo, Washington Post; Photograph by John McDonnell 03/04/2018, 8:15am EST

    It was that time. Up 29 with one minute left in the D.C. State Athletic Association final, No. 1 St. John’s made two substitutions. What would be a 65-40 victory over Georgetown Visitation, its fourth title in five years, was the last game of a dominant 32-2 season, and it was time for some sideline hugs.


    Wilson Takes Down WCAC Power Gonzaga In DCSAA Semifinals

    By By Michael Errigo; Washington Post 03/02/2018, 6:00am EST

    Tigers avenge last years semifinal loss to Eagles; Eyes first State Title

    Wilson won the tip and got the ball to point guard Ayinde Hikim. He took two or three dribbles to his left and turned to the basket. He lofted the ball toward the hoop.

    “Backdoor!” yelled a voice from the Gonzaga bench.


    Carly Rivera’s Clutch Shooting Leads St. John’s To Second Straight WCAC Title

    By By Samantha Pell, Washington Post 02/27/2018, 10:45am EST

    St. John’s junior guard Carly Rivera stood on the left wing with just over two minutes left in the fourth quarter at Bender Arena, palms outstretched as teammate Azzi Fudd started her drive to the paint before turning her body and dishing the ball in Rivera’s direction. 

    In an effortless catch-and-shoot motion, Rivera swung the ball back to her body and lifted up, knocking down her fourth three-pointer of Monday’s Washington Catholic Athletic Conference girls’ title game and giving No. 1 St. John’s a 10-point lead en route to a 54-49 victory over No. 2 Paul VI.


    DeMatha Wins First WCAC Title Since 2011 With One-Point Victory Over Gonzaga

    By By Samantha Pell, Washington Post 02/27/2018, 10:45am EST

    DeMatha Coach Mike Jones was sobbing into a white towel on the sideline. Junior guard Jahmir Young was breaking out the dance moves in the middle of a mob of DeMatha players toward the far end of the court. Junior guard Justin Moore was standing with his family and holding back tears as he FaceTimed with DeMatha alum and No. 1 pick of the 2017 NBA draft, Markelle Fultz, who told him congratulations. 


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