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Talented Episcopal football team look forward to 2015 despite late start

Talented Episcopal football team look forward to 2015 despite late start

By Chris Teale (Photo/Chris Teale) With high school football season almost underway across the region, some teams have had two or even three weeks to practice together, hone their skills and improve their conditioning. Not so [...]

Episcopal softball celebrate first regular season league title since 2008

Episcopal softball celebrate first regular season league title since 2008

By Chris Teale (Photo/Chris Teale) When their five current seniors arrived in the program as freshmen four years ago, Episcopal’s softball team was in a phase of transition with just two upperclassmen on the roster. Since [...]

Episcopal girls lacrosse get started on the right track

Episcopal girls lacrosse get started on the right track

By Chris Teale (Photo/Chris Teale) In years past, members of the Episcopal girls lacrosse team might have been daunted by the prospect of facing their big rivals St. Stephen’s and St. Agnes. The Saints are ranked [...]

Despite losing star player, Episcopal enjoy successful year on court

Despite losing star player, Episcopal enjoy successful year on court

By Chris Teale (Courtesy photo) Even in a team sport like basketball, it can be tough to replace a star player. Episcopal’s girls team discovered that first hand this season as they sought to fill the [...]

Runners chase history at St. Stephen’s and St. Agnes invitational

Runners chase history at St. Stephen’s and St. Agnes invitational

By Jim McElhatton The 800-meter run is two laps around a track. A little more than 15-feet short of a half-mile, the event requires speed and endurance. It is too far for most sprinters who lack [...]

Maroon clinch final regular season game

Maroon clinch final regular season game

Rising star Doug Chappell led the Episcopal Maroon to victory in their final regular season game with a 19-point performance against St. Albans on February 9. Though the 9-14 Bulldogs hung tough with the No. 7-ranked [...]

Gowin announces retirement from EHS

Gowin announces retirement from EHS

Episcopal’s longtime football coach and boys athletic director, Mark Gowin, announced plans to retire at the end of this school year in late January. Gowin, who joined the boarding school’s staff in 1988, has coached the [...]

Maroon upset Bulldogs in regional rivalry

Maroon upset Bulldogs in regional rivalry

Bullis effectively shutdown Episcopal’s courtside luminaries Kethan Savage and Arnaud Adala Moto, but they couldn’t keep rising stars Doug Chappell and Brennan McCann from stealing the show during Tuesday’s win. “Bullis did a very nice job [...]

Savage ravages St. Albans

Savage ravages St. Albans

The Episcopal Maroon extended their win streak to 11 Tuesday, toppling a 6-11 St. Albans team. Kethan Savage carried his teammates to the 76-70 road victory with 27 points. It wasn’t the senior guard’s best performance [...]

Maroon climbers can’t top Woodberry Forest

Maroon climbers can’t top Woodberry Forest

An indoor climbing meet ended in a tie between Episcopal and the North Quaker Lane boarding school’s perennial rival, Woodberry Forest, a little more than a week ago. During Episcopal’s third competition of the season, hosted [...]