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Wilson athletes earn All-Met honors

The Washington Post honors the area’s top athletes in each sport for the fall, winter, and spring seasons. A First Team, Coach of the Year, sometimes a Second Team, and Honorable Mentions are named for each respective sport. In addition to Wilson’s exceptional year filled with team championships, the following Wilson athletes took home this

2016 Spring Athletic Awards

  Senior Male Athlete of the Year: Drew Glick (Boys Cross Country & Track and Field) Won three titles (1600m, 3200m, and 4x800m relay) at DCSAA championship, broke the DCSAA record for the mile, and is a finalist for the DC Gatorade Boys Track and Field Player of the Year; will run at the University

Fall Sports Season Previews

BY ALEX MARTIN AND ISAAC FRUMKIN, JUNIOR EDITORS Cross Country: Wilson’s runners are looking to bring home a DCIAA championships for the sixth year in a row. Coming off an intense summer training regimen, Wilson XC is in tip top shape. A busy September is on the way with their first meets scheduled for the 8th

Track Team Travels to Penn Relays

BY ISAAC FRUMKIN, JUNIOR EDITOR This past weekend, the track team was busy running all over the East Coast. On Wednesday, a select 10 members of the team traveled up to Philadelphia for the Penn Relays. Dating back to 1895, the Penn Relays is the oldest recorded track competition and is hosted annually by the

DC’s New Attorney General Has Roots at Wilson

BY ISAAC FRUMKIN, STAFF WRITER As a child, Karl Racine, DC’s new Attorney General, played on basketball courts all over the city. Now he will have a role in overseeing a different kind of court. Racine is a former Wilson Tiger. He became the first elected Attorney General, or top lawyer, in DC’s history when

Meet the Staff

Chloé Leo, Editor-in-Chief Chloe commonly referred to as “Cleo” due to her confusing first name-last name combination, has been promoted to Co-Editor-in-Chief her SEN18R year along with her very berry best friend and fellow Nalgene fanatic, Ben. She has been faithfully laboring away at The Beacon since her freshman year. When not writing passionate reviews