Finucane throws 1-hit shutout, goes 2-for-3 with 2 RBIs.
The Bishop O'Connell softball team has a chance to reach 30 victories in a season for the first time in program history.
Wakefield senior Moore leads Northern Region scorers with 12 points.
The District All-Stars defeated the Suburban All-Stars; the United States All-Stars beat the Capital All-Stars.
Burk delivers clutch hit for Knights, Finucane pitches through pain.
The Bishop O'Connell softball team overcame a 2-0 deficit to beat McLean.
O’Connell All-American Ferraro strikes out for first time since 2011.
The Bishop O'Connell softball team outscored its first nine opponents 112-1.
Pitcher Finucane throws no-hitter against Bishop Ireton
The Knights are led by Missouri-bound pitcher Tori Finucane and North Carolina-bound catcher Jillian Ferraro.
Knights beat St. Mary’s Ryken, improve to 10-0 in WCAC.
The Bishop O'Connell boys' basketball team is undefeated in the WCAC.
Knights beat Pope John Paul the Great.
The Bishop O'Connell boys' soccer team defeated Pope John Paul the Great, 6-0, on Oct. 4.
Knights frustrated by draw against Georgetown Visitation.
The Bishop O'Connell girls' soccer team finished in a 1-1 tie with Georgetown Visitation on Sept. 28.
Knights, first-year head coach Smith beat Bishop Ireton.
The Bishop O'Connell football team opened the 2012 season with a victory against Bishop Ireton.
Knights finish 2012 season ranked No. 5 in the nation.
Bishop O'Connell softball players Tori Finucane and Jillian Ferraro were named first-team All-Americans for the 2012 season.
Former Bishop O'Connell star Kendall Marshall drafted by the Phoenix Suns.
West Springfield’s Battle, T.C. Williams’ Huggins win MVP honors.
Coming off the bench didn't stop West Springfield senior Logan Battle from earning MVP honors during the 39th Annual Capital Classic.
Carson home run goes for naught in loss to St. Mary’s Ryken.
The Bishop O’Connell baseball team’s level of execution early in the April 7 contest in Arlington was what head coach Rick Hart expects from his players. But as the game progressed, O’Connell’s execution faltered and the Knights wound up on the wrong end of a 12-6 final score.
Youthful Cardinals fall short against Bishop O’Connell.
Third-year Bishop Ireton boys basketball coach Neil Berkman said the team’s rebuilding process is proceeding as planned, calling the Cardinals a "program on the rise." On Jan. 16, however, Ireton was "dismantled" by an already established Bishop O’Connell program.