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Leaving the nest

After six years at George Washington, John Creighton is bidding farewell to the Eagles. 


‘We like to take care of our own’

The 13th annual Gregory Hennigar Memorial Football Tournament took place last weekend. Over the years, the fund has donated to local youth groups, schools and nonprofits. 


Back on top

Morrell Park’s Eddie Alvarez recently scored the first victory of his UFC career. 


Washington pays homage to Cohen with mural

Senior Vlad Basarab spent three months painting the mural of Ron Cohen on a wall inside Washington High.


Ryan tabs alum Joe Zeglinski as boys hoops coach

Zeglinski, a 2006 Ryan grad, is the boys' basketball program's all-time leading scorer.


Paging Dr. Gormley

When Myranda Gormley first visited an orthopedist for a sports injury when she was in the sixth grade, little did she know then that she was peering into her future. 


Ginter finds a new home at Germantown Academy

Tim Ginter is leaving Judge to become the baseball coach at Germantown Academy.  


St. Basil softball advances to state semis for the first time

The Panthers, with a roster full of girls from the Northeast, will attempt to punch their ticket to the state finals on Monday night.


Sister Act

Sarah, Emily and Kate Ostaszewski are here to ensure the Archbishop Ryan softball dynasty keeps turning its wheels.  


Third time’s a charm for Callahan, Towne in PL title game

Franklin Towne Charter erased a late 5-1 deficit to prevail over Olney, 9-7, winning the school's first Public League baseball championship on Tuesday night.