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Baseball team loses to St. John’s in Championship

In a nail-biting game decided on a controversial call, the varsity baseball team fell to St. John’s College High School in the DCSAA championship game on May 18. The impactful call came in the third inning, with two St. John’s runners on base, and only one out. Wilson pitcher Collin Bosley-Smith …

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Athlete of the Month: Collin Bosley-Smith

As many tigers know, Collin Bosley-Smith has been a standout junior pitcher for the baseball team this season. As a three-year letterwinner at Wilson, Bosley-Smith won the Gatorade DC State Player of the Year award after leading the Tigers to back-to-back DCSAA state championship appearances. Bosley-Smith en…READ MORE

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Attagirl: Paloma Benach steps up to the plate

Freshman Paloma Benach is just like any other member of the Wilson boys JV baseball team, except for one thing: she’s not a boy. Benach started playing little league baseball when she was six years old, and quickly fell in love with the sport. When she was in seventh grade, she made Moose, the tra…READ…

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The hidden beauty of DCPS baseball

When I broke my wrist during the Jelleff basketball championship in early March, there were a number of thoughts racing through my head: (1) I don’t think I’ve ever jumped that high before, (2) I hope we don’t lose this game, (3) I shouldn’t care this much about rec basketball, and (4) I might…READ MORE

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Tiger baseball lifts first ever DCSAA title

Extra innings. Two outs, two strikes. St. Albans up 4-3. And then, almost out of a movie, senior Sam Himmelfarb hit a walk off double in the bottom of the ninth inning over the left fielder’s head, flipping a 4-3 deficit into a 5-4 win. The crowd erupted as Wilson won their first DCSAA championship….READ…

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Baseball season finishes with championship

This past season, the Wilson baseball team established themselves as a local powerhouse, ending the season as the ninth-ranked team in the area by The Washington Post. A major reason for this success has been the coaching staff for the varsity team. For years, coaches such as Trey Polston have been developing… READ MORE

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