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Classes for high school students either already have or will start back up in the next week or so, which means we can expect a couple of ‘back-to-school’ fall basketball showcases taking place. The ‘Assist Student Athletes’ team, led by CEO William Carter, specifically stayed busy this past weekend in hosting two separate events within the regions of Northern and Central Virginia,...read more
VISAA 2019 Girls State Tournament, First Round: Saint John Paul the Great Catholic HS @ Episcopal HS (2/26/19)
After watching the boys’ varsity team of Episcopal High School (Alexandria, VA) secure a satisfying victory, the Maroons’ girls’ squad took over the home floor for the second portion of the school’s doubleheader. Matched up against the Wolves of Saint John Paul the Great Catholic High School (SJPG) (Dumfries, VA), Episcopal’s first-round contest in the VISAA Division I state tournament...read more
Twitter: @jaredperryy Instagram: @jaydotperry When I did my preseason preview on the Saint John Paul the Great Catholic High School (SJPG) (Dumfries, VA) varsity team back in October, I pointed out my own already-established connection with the program that started back in the summer of 2016. I was in the middle of my own college playing days during that time and frequently worked out up...read more
It was a battle of Northern Virginia vs. Richmond on Wednesday night, as the Titans of Trinity Episcopal made the trip up to Dumfries, VA for an evening showdown against Saint John Paul the Great Catholic High School. A good crowd showed up for the Wolves’ home opener and the energy within the gym persisted all night long. Being the first official regular-season game of the school year...read more
Saint John Paul the Great Catholic High School (Dumfries, VA) Classification: VISAA Division I Colleges in Attendance: Marymount University Familiar Territory Oh yes, I definitely knew how to make my way up to the school grounds of Saint John Paul the Great (JP) last week. While I didn’t attend the high school, JP’s basketball program feels like family to me ever since I met head...read more