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T.C. Williams inducts first members of athletic hall of fame

T.C. Williams inducts first members of athletic hall of fame

By Jim McElhatton (Photo/Jim McElhatton) Back when Earl Lloyd played in the NBA, there were no multi-million dollar contracts to be had, so he returned to his hometown of Alexandria to work part-time in the offseason [...]

T.C. junior Lyles impresses on the track

T.C. junior Lyles impresses on the track

By Chris Teale (Courtesy photo) T.C. Williams has a strong pedigree of producing track and field stars, and have unearthed another gem in the form of Noah Lyles, a junior sprinter who has risen to national [...]

T.C. outlasts Washington-Lee for state championship title

T.C. outlasts Washington-Lee for state championship title

By Jim McElhatton (Photo/Susan Hale Thomas) The biggest play in the history of T.C. Williams boys soccer began with 28 minutes and 59 seconds to go in the second half against Washington-Lee on Sunday. The two [...]

T.C. Williams Titans best Washington and Lee, head to state tourney

T.C. Williams Titans best Washington and Lee, head to state tourney

By Jim McElhatton (Photo/Susan Hale Thomas) For a while, it looked as though T.C. Williams would cruise past an undefeated Washington and Lee squad in the regional championship game Thursday. With T.C. Williams up 3-0 at halftime, [...]

T.C. Williams crew celebrates another year of success

T.C. Williams crew celebrates another year of success

By Jim McElhatton (Courtesy photo) The T.C. Williams crew program, which has been rowing on the Potomac River for the better part of 50 years, has quietly gone about its seemingly routine business of turning in [...]

Despite losing record, T.C. softball begins to see improvement

Despite losing record, T.C. softball begins to see improvement

By Jim McElhatton (Photo/Jim McElhatton) The highlight of the season for the resurgent T.C. Williams girls’ softball program came early this month against powerhouse West Potomac, which has crushed the Titans by 20 runs or more, [...]

T.C.’s lacrosse program vies for victories, players in competitive Alexandria area

T.C.’s lacrosse program vies for victories, players in competitive Alexandria area

By Jim McElhatton (Photo/Sawyer McElhatton) Paul Mengel, who played lacrosse at Episcopal High School and later in college, shouted encouragement as he watched his son and his T.C. Williams teammates try to claw back from a [...]

Rec center serves as pillar in changing neighborhood

Rec center serves as pillar in changing neighborhood

By Jim McElhatton (Photo/Jim McElhatton) Last fall, Darius Holland led T.C. Williams as the starting quarterback to the Titans’ first football playoff appearance in more than 20 years. But if you ask him about some of [...]

Wolverines hand Titans second loss of season

Wolverines hand Titans second loss of season

By Jim McElhatton (Photo/Jim McElhatton) There wasn’t much mystery surrounding the sorts of pitches T.C. Williams ballplayers would see when Billy Lescher of West Potomac took the mound against the Titans in the bottom of the [...]

A budding T.C. lacrosse tradition

A budding T.C. lacrosse tradition

By Jim McElhatton (Photo/Jim McElhatton) In Don West’s first year running the T.C. Williams girls lacrosse team — when he was just the latest in a string of new coaches — the Titans lost to Lake [...]