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    Behind 50-point Game By Mya Moye, Anacostia Wins Back-To-Back DCIAA Titles

    By By Samantha Pell, Washington Post 02/22/2018, 6:15am EST

    Anacostia wins third DCIAA title in four years;

    Mya Moye looked up at the scoreboard midway through the third quarter of Wednesday’s D.C. Interscholastic Athletic Association championship game against Dunbar and a red “30” flashed on the screen. She had already scored 30 points with more than 12 minutes remaining in the game. 

    “I can get 50,” Moye thought to herself. “Why not?”

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    With 71-59 Win Over Theodore Roosevelt, Wilson Repeats As DCIAA Champion

    By By Callie Caplan, Washington Post. Photo by Toni Sandys 02/22/2018, 5:45am EST

    Wilson repeats as the DCIAA champion; Turns attention towards DCSAA Title

    With about a minute left in the game Wednesday night, Ayinde Hikim flapped his arms and looked around Howard’s Burr Gymnasium.

    The Wilson senior guard knew his team had clinched its second straight D.C. Interscholastic Athletic Association championship over Theodore Roosevelt. He was ready to celebrate.

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    WaPo's Boy' Basketball Top 20; Week of 2.19.18

    By By Callie Caplan; Washington Post 02/20/2018, 8:30am EST

    #3 Gonzaga; #8 Friendship Tech; #11 St. John's; #15 Wilson

    It’s officially playoff time. The Interstate Athletic Conference will crown either Georgetown Prep or Bullis its champion on Tuesday, postponed due to inclement weather on Saturday. The Washington Catholic Athletic Conference will battle through its rounds and deem a winner next Monday. And the Mid-Atlantic Athletic Conference will hold its league tournament this weekend, too.

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    St. John’s Girls Clinch WCAC Regular Season Title With 55-49 Win Over McNamara

    By By Callie Caplan; Washington Post 02/20/2018, 8:30am EST

    After the final buzzer sounded and the postgame handshake line was complete, the St. John’s girls’ basketball players walked toward their locker room. 

    As “All I Do Is Win” by DJ Khaled blared over the Northwest Washington gym’s speakers Monday afternoon, some Cadets danced. Others gave out high-fives. Almost all of them smiled, pleased to have beaten McNamara, 55-49, on their home court.

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    WaPo's Girl's Basketball Top 20; Week of 2.19.18

    By By Michael Errigo; Washington Post 02/20/2018, 8:15am EST

    #1 St. John's; #9 Georgetown Visitation; #20 Anacostia

    It was championship Friday in Virginia this past week, and some of the best girls’ teams in the state battled it out for the right to claim district titles.

    T.C. Williams, Woodbridge, Osbourn Park and Oakton all took home crowns and look to be contenders in the regional playoffs.

    Freedom-South Riding won the Potomac District by beating Tuscarora for the second time. The Eagles have proved to be kryptonite for the Huskies, handing them their only two losses.

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    DeMatha Moves Ahead Of Gonzaga In The WCAC With A 57-53 Road Win

    By By Callie Caplan; Washington Post 02/14/2018, 6:00am EST

    As the clock inside Gonzaga’s gym in Northwest Washington ticked below 20 seconds Tuesday night, the DeMatha players rarely dribbled.

    They passed and ran. Passed and ran.

    The Stags spaced the floor and followed one another’s movements so well that Gonzaga’s players, despite shouts for an intentional foul from Coach Steve Turner on the sideline, couldn’t create contact.

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