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National Soccer Coaches Association of America National Rankings (Nov. 1st)

Nov 3, 2011 • Get In The Game Saint Louis Magazine
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Find out which schools have the top soccer programs in the country according the the National Soccer Coaches Association of America. More

WJ softball pulls upset of Blair

May 19, 2010 • Walter Johnson High School
Three-run fourth inning, Buel gem send Wildcats into semifinals by Andy MacAlpine More

Boys Lacrosse Playoff Preview

May 12, 2010 • Thomas S Wootton High School
Boys lacrosse playoffs: After Pats, watch out for cats by Dan Greenberg | Staff Writer More

Baseball Playoff Preview

May 11, 2010 • Thomas S Wootton High School
Baseball playoffs: How many hurlers? by James Peters | Staff Writer More

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Whitman Leads MCPS Again In SAT Performance

Oct 7, 2014 • Bethesda Now
The 1,650 countywide average is higher than the Maryland average (1,468) and national average (1,497), both of which dropped compared to 2013. In a press release, MCPS said much of the Class of 2014 improvement was due ... Bethesda-Chevy Chase High ... More

Stephen Lorenzetti dies; Park Service official helped build and restore memorials

Sep 23, 2014 • Washington Post
Stephen Charles Lorenzetti was born in Washington on March 21, 1960. He grew up in Bethesda, where he was a 1978 graduate of Walter Johnson High School. He received a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Maryland in ... More

Kensington 8K Marks 20 Years on Sept. 20

Sep 18, 2014 • Montgomery Community Media
... sponsored by dozens of area businesses and proceeds from the event will support academic and extra-curricular programs at three Kensington-area schools: Parkwood Elementary School, North Bethesda Middle School and Walter Johnson High School. More

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