Maroon defense dominates Cardinals in 21-0 win.
Episcopal defeated Bishop Ireton 21-0 last week.
Majors 2-1 after beating TJ, Titans 1-2 after loss to Westfield.
The T.C. Williams football team will travel to face Mount Vernon on Friday, Sept. 25.
Cougars force four turnovers in shutout of Titans.
The Oakton football team defeated T.C. Williams 24-0 on Friday.
Titans reached Conference 7 final last season.
AJ DeSain is in his first season as T.C. Williams volleyball head coach.
Titans motivated by 2014 season-ending loss to Woodson.
The T.C. Williams field hockey team went 4-0 during the Under the Lights tournament.
Cardinals return eight defensive starters, six offensive.
Bishop Ireton reached the VISAA Division 1 state championship game last season.
Titans will run hybrid wing-T offense.
T.C. Williams opens the season at Thomas Jefferson on Sept. 4.
QB helped Titans reach playoffs in 2013, snapping 22-year drought.
Q&A with T.C. Williams graduate Darius Holland.
Titan pitcher listens to Katy Perry, Kesha before games.
Q&A with T.C. Williams rising senior Andrew Tovsky.
Majure to play lacrosse at Duke, looking forward to watching Duke basketball.
Q&A with St. Stephen's & St. Agnes graduate Ellie Majure.
Titan girls’ first varsity and varsity lightweight 8 dominate.
The T.C. Williams girls’ first varsity 8 and girls’ varsity lightweight 8 ended the season with two big wins: gold medals at the Canadian Nationals in Ontario, Canada. The girls’ freshman 8 boat also captured a silver medal, and TC sculler Kyra McClary powered down the course to a close fourth-place finish.
What’s best for the players?
Every spring more than 100 boys crowd the soccer field at Parker-Gray stadium to try out for the reigning state champion T.C. Williams boys’ soccer team.
Junior pitcher Tovsky helped Titans hang around against Madison.
For three innings, the T.C. Williams baseball team played like a youthful group looking to pull off an upset.
Two other T.C. Williams boats among fastest in nation.
Seven T.C. Williams crew team boats qualified to compete in the Scholastic Rowing Association of America’s National Championship Regatta on the Cooper River outside of Camden, N.J., this past weekend.
The defending state champion T.C. Williams boys’ soccer team ended its 2015 season with a 4-0 loss to Langley in the opening round of the 6A North region tournament on May 27.