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DCSAA FALL STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS

By Josh Barr, 11/08/22, 2:30PM EST

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: November 4, 2022 

MEDIA ADVISORY: DCSAA FALL STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS 

 

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Student-athletes from across Washington, D.C., this weekend will begin competing for DC State Athletic Association championships. 

The DCSAA boys and girls cross-country championships will be contested on Saturday afternoon at Kenilworth Park. The girls state championship race is scheduled to begin at 1:20 p.m., followed by the boys state championship race at 1:55 p.m. These races will be preceded by middle school and junior varsity races.  

The DCSAA volleyball tournament presented by Washington Gas is a 12-team bracket that begins play on Tuesday with the championship game set for 5:00pm, Friday, Nov. 11 at the University of the District of Columbia gymnasium. 

The DCSAA boys and girls soccer tournaments are 10-team fields that begin play on Tuesday and conclude with state championship matches 5:00pm & 7:00pm on Sunday, Nov. 13 at Catholic University’s Carlini Field. 

The DCSAA Class AA and Class A football tournaments begin on Saturday, Nov. 12; pairings will be announced next week. The DCSAA Class A football championship will be played on Saturday, Nov. 26 at Georgetown University’s Cooper Field, with the DCSAA Class AA football championship on Saturday, Dec. 3 at Howard University.

To learn more about the District of Columbia State Athletic Association, please visit www.dcsaasports.org.  

CONTACT: Josh Barr, josh.barr@dc.gov 

About the District of Columbia State Athletic Association  

The District of Columbia State Academic Association has served District of Columbia public schools, public charter schools, and independent private and parochial schools since 2012. Studies regularly show that students who participate in extracurricular activities generally are better prepared to succeed beyond high school and under DCSAA guidance, student-athlete participation has risen 44 percent. DCSAA empowers its members.