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    2017 Washington Post Fall All-Met

    By Washington Post Staff; Photographs by Marvin Joseph 12/13/2017, 6:15am EST

     

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    WaPo's Final 2017 Football Top 20: D.C. Champion Ballou Cracks The Top 10, Tuscarora Rises To No. 5

    By Dillon Mullan; Washington Post; Photo by Toni Sandys, Washington Post 12/05/2017, 11:30am EST

    #2 St. John's #7 Gonzaga #10 Ballou; #18 Theodore Roosevelt; #20 Friendship Collegiate

    In the top five, Wise and Damascus both completed their third straight undefeated seasons with their third straight state titles over the weekend. South of the Potomac, Westfield beat Woodbridge and will go for its third straight Virginia Class 6 state title on Saturday against Oscar Smith, who the Bulldogs beat in the past two state finals.

    After advancing to the Virginia Class 5 final, Tuscarora jumps over Quince Orchard to crack the top 5.

    Ballou jumps from No. 20 to No. 10 after claiming the District of Columbia State Athletic Association Class AA title over Friendship Collegiate.

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    Ballou Beats Friendship Collegiate, 39-28, To Claim DCSAA Championship

    By By Callie Caplan; Washington Post; Photograph by Toni L. Sandys; Washington Post 12/03/2017, 7:15am EST

    Ballou Coach Minoso Rodgers is doused with water by his players after the Knights beat Friendship Collegiate, 39-28, to win the DCSAA Class AA football championship at Georgetown University. Toni L. Sandys/The Washington Post

    As his Ballou teammates jumped around him, some jawing with the Friendship Collegiate cheerleaders and others hugging anyone who passed by, Romeo Leftwich lay on the field at Georgetown, staring blankly at the sky.

    The senior had just spent Saturday evening blocking for an offense that produced 368 yards and rampaging through No. 7 Friendship Collegiate’s backfield to lead a defensive line that had seven sacks in a 39-28 victory.

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    WaPo's Girls Basketball Top 20 - Week of 11-27

    By By Michael Errigo; Washington Post. Photograph by Katherine Frey; Washington Post 12/02/2017, 5:45am EST

    #1 St. John's #5 Georgetown Visitation; #18 Anacostia

    The beginning of a basketball season is often a time to reflect on what your team has on its roster but also what it has lost. For many girls basketball programs around the area, a ton of talent walked out the door this offseason due to graduation or transfer. 

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    Boys’ Basketball Notebook: Wilson Has The ‘Firepower’ For Another Deep Run

    By Washington Post Staff; Photograph by Katherin Frey 11/30/2017, 2:00pm EST

    Ayinde Hikim is part of a strong returning roster at Wilson.

    Reigning DCIAA champion Wilson has the ‘firepower’ for another deep run: Coach Angelo Hernandez doesn’t want to single out a player on his No. 3 Wilson team.

    By highlighting point guard Ayinde Hikim after averaging 13.2 points per game last year, Hernandez could take away from complimenting Hikim’s backcourt partner in junior Carlos Dunn.

    If he focuses on Ricardo Lindo’s ability to transition between the perimeter and the post, then he could detract from the importance of center Josiah Marable as one of the city’s top true big men.

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    WaPo's Basketball Top 20; Week of November 28

    By By Callie Caplan; Washington Post 11/29/2017, 3:45pm EST

    #3 Wilson; #5 Gonzaga; #6 St. John's

    The start of the 2017-18 boys’ basketball season brings a new crop of competitors into the top of the rankings. In the region’s No. 1 spot, Paul VI looks to be the favorite in the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference, but DeMatha, St. John’s and 2016-17 champion Gonzaga have talent and depth to challenge.

    In the Interstate Athletic Conference, Georgetown Prep and its three seniors appear poised for a run at the league championship with Bullis and its returning guards not far behind.

    Also starting the season in the top 20 are reigning public school champions in Wilson (DCIAA), Loudoun Valley (Virginia 4A), W.T. Woodson (Virginia 6A) and Fairmont Heights (Maryland 1A).

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