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    Tyre Allen Named DCSAA/U.S. Army Impact Player of the Month

    By Wick Eisenberg 01/16/2018, 10:45am EST

    Tyre Allen November Impact Player of the Month

    WaPo's Girls Basketball Top 20 - Week of 1-15

    By By Michael Errigo; Washington Post 01/16/2018, 9:15am EST

    #1 St. John's; #13 Georgetown Visitation; #18 Anacostia

    After snow and ice forced some cancellations over the last two weeks, a number of girls' basketball teams in the area had a weird week. Some teams had to play three games in quick succession to make up for a previous cancellation. Others had their Monday contest canceled by ice and therefore had a quiet stretch. 


    No. 1 St. John’s Girls’ Basketball Team Stifles No. 16 Bishop Ireton In 58-41 Victory

    By Michael Errigo; Washington Post 01/15/2018, 8:30am EST

    Agile, strong and skilled, Bishop Ireton center Akunna Konkwo is a nightmare matchup. All season she has punished opponents inside, averaging 19.7 points and leading the Cardinals to the best start in school history. Most teams simply don’t have anyone who can rival the 6-foot-3 junior.


    No. 2 Gonzaga Pulls Off Road Upset At No. 1 DeMatha In Big WCAC Victory

    By Jesse Dougherty; Washington Post 01/12/2018, 8:15am EST

    With 6:23 left in the game, Gonzaga Coach Steve Turner looked up at the scoreboard, saw a two-point lead stretched across it and spun around to face his bench. 


    No. 9 Georgetown Visitation Blasts Episcopal In Girls’ Basketball

    By By Joshua Needelman, Washington Post 01/12/2018, 8:00am EST

    The Cubs opened with a 22-0 run and cruised at Episcopal.

    Standing inches from the maroon and white E that divides the court at Episcopal in Alexandria, Georgetown Visitation junior Ellie Mitchell beamed when recounting the 22-point run with which the Cubs opened Thursday's game.


    No. 3 Paul VI Gets Its Revenge, Tops No. 2 Gonzaga In WCAC Title Game Rematch

    By By Callie Caplan; Washington Post 01/10/2018, 8:45am EST

    While preparing to face No. 2 Gonzaga on Tuesday night, Paul VI Coach Glenn Farello developed a running joke with his players.

    In a nod to his Italian heritage, Farello told the No. 3 Panthers he was known for thinking about two things: pasta and revenge.


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