Posts Tagged ‘WCAC’

More DCIAA Buffoonery On View as Dunbar Hosts DeMatha

I wrote lots of words for this week's print edition of Washington City Paper about the sorry hand DC Public Schools football players have been dealt.
The adults who run athletics for DC's high schools do the poorest job of running a league that I've ever seen. Nobody comes close.
Forfeits come in bunches in the city's [...]

Good Counsel’s Football Benefactor Sacked With Massive Fine

As detailed in a Cheap Seats column in July, Bernie Dancel is more than an assistant coach for Good Counsel.
Dancel also donates a whole lot of money to the program, for facilities (Good Counsel plays at Dancel Field) and scholarships for students who happen to play for the powerhouse team.
But it looks like Dancel, who [...]

Photos: DeMatha beats Gonzaga for WCAC Title

Cheap Seats Daily: Charlie Weis? No! Marty Schottenheimer? Yes!

This holiday season has given me a new favorite TV commercial: the one for Fun Slides.
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That's a pair of slippery plastic pieces you strap to the bottom of your shoes like skates and slide around the house in. The spots for these carpet skates [...]

Cheap Seats Daily: Could Car Wash Contest Be Snyder Punishing Redskins Cheerleaders for Promoting Rival WJFK?

Another day, another update on Dan Snyder's Cheerleader Car Wash Sweepstakes. Another chance to run that fab/yucky photo from Snyder's WTEM promotion, the one that's sucked in some of the most brilliant minds in new media to our humble comments section.
Seems Snyder doesn't really care who he jumps in bed with these days. His partner [...]

Oversight? Or: A Spurned Coach’s Revenge?

Fascinating story yesterday on Josh Barr's recruiting blog at the Washington Post. Barr tells how O'Connell star Kendall Marshall, almost a sure thing for the Post's All-Met teams this season, didn't even make the all-star team for his own league, the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference .
And not because of his play this season: Marshall was [...]

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