By Mark Giannotto; WASHINGTON POST
The anticipation for Friday’s high school football showdown between No. 1 DeMatha and No. 2 St. John’s really began months ago, once news began to spread that the Cadets were adding several high-profile transfers from Gilman and a towering offensive tackle from Florida to their roster.
To DeMatha, winners of the past three Washington Catholic Athletic Conference titles, it upped the ante in what has been an intense — but one-sided — rivalry on the gridiron.