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    Ian Remalia pitches St. John’s to city supremacy in DCSAA championship

    By By Kyle Melnick; Washington Post 05/19/2019, 7:30am EDT

    In the St. John’s dugout in the bottom of the sixth inning Saturday night, Cadets coaches asked right-hander Ian Remalia whether he wanted to throw the final inning.

    “Hell, yeah,” Remalia responded.

    “They don’t want to mess me up for college,” he said later, “but I wanted that one.”

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    National Cathedral rallies late to top Georgetown Visitation for DCSAA softball title

    By By Daniel Oyefusi, Washington Post 05/19/2019, 7:15am EDT

    Eagles claim fourth (4th) consecutive title

    National Cathedral junior Emily Kim was just thinking about putting the bat on the ball Saturday in the D.C. State Athletic Association softball championship game against Georgetown Visitation.

    There was one out in the bottom of the seventh of a 1-1 game, and teammate Anika Jones stood on third base, representing the winning run at the Nationals Youth Academy in Southeast.

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    St. John’s girls, DeMatha boys repeat as WCAC track champions

    By By Jake Lourim, Washington Post 05/19/2019, 7:00am EDT

    Cadet's Eye DCSAA State Title

    St. John’s senior Alahna Sabbakhan won the 800-meter run because she was the star of the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference track and field championships.

    Her team won the title because she ran tired, 10 minutes after her previous race.

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    Sidwell Friends continues DCSAA tennis dominance

    By By Michael Errigo; Washington Post 05/17/2019, 8:15am EDT

    As Sidwell Friends sophomore Michael Zhang posed with his D.C. State Athletic Association tennis trophy, his fellow Quaker Claire Wolstencroft was on the nearest court meeting her opponent at the net for handshakes. 

    Zhang and Wolstencroft won their DCSAA singles championships just minutes apart on Thursday at the Southeast Tennis and Learning Center in Washington, a near-perfect moment in what was a perfect day for Sidwell’s tennis program.  

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    Sidwell Friends continues DCSAA tennis dominance

    By By Michael Errigo; Washington Post 05/17/2019, 8:15am EDT

    As Sidwell Friends sophomore Michael Zhang posed with his D.C. State Athletic Association tennis trophy, his fellow Quaker Claire Wolstencroft was on the nearest court meeting her opponent at the net for handshakes. 

    Zhang and Wolstencroft won their DCSAA singles championships just minutes apart on Thursday at the Southeast Tennis and Learning Center in Washington, a near-perfect moment in what was a perfect day for Sidwell’s tennis program.

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    In search of an edge, elite basketball prospects are repeating a grade — in middle school

    By By Samantha Pell, Washington Post 05/14/2019, 9:00am EDT

     

    When Melanie Williams was first approached about the possibility of having her son repeat a grade in middle school to improve his chances of earning a college basketball scholarship, she opposed the idea. Her son, Terrance Williams, was doing well in school and on the court, and having him repeat a grade seemed unnecessary. She didn’t want her son to be teased for going through the same grade a second time or have trouble adjusting to a new set of peers.

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    DC "Live" Basketball Showcase Registration

    DCSAA presents DC "Live" Basketball Showcase
     

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    Accepted teams payment deadline: Friday, May 10, 2019 

    Payment details are located on the team registration main page.


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