Warriors must overcome loss of leaders Moore, Nega.
The Wakefield boys' basketball team opens the season on Dec. 7 against T.C. Williams.
Wakefield alum Hogwood is trying to improve school’s football program.
The Wakefield football team hasn't had a winning season since 1983.
Moore helped Wakefield win the 2012-13 National District title.
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.
Warriors finish season with 25 wins, National District title.
The Wakefield boys' basketball team loses to John Marshall at VCU's Siegel Center.
Warriors qualify for state tournament, will travel to Richmond.
Wakefield will face Mountain View today in the state quarterfinals.
Cavaliers erase 19-point fourth-quarter deficit against Wakefield.
Woodson will face Battlefield on Friday in state quarterfinals.
Warriors will face Woodson in Northern Region final.
Tham's triple-double is believed to be Wakefield's first since 2007.
Warriors beat Titans for first time since 1996.
The Wakefield boys' basketball team will face Langley in the region quarterfinals.
Warriors beat Stonewall Jackson to place fifth at holiday tournament.
Wakefield guard Marqua Walton had a career night against Stonewall Jackson on Dec. 28.
Coach Bentley, friend Moore helped Nega turn his life around.
Ermias Nega turned his life around to get back on the court for the Wakefield boys' basketball program.
Washington-Lee wins fifth-place game in overtime.
Yorktown finishes fourth, W-L fifth, Wakefield eighth at two-day Herndon Invitational on Sept. 14-15.
The Wakefield boys' lacrosse program ended a 99-game losing streak with a victory against Park View on April 24.
Concorde/Patriot All-Stars beat the Liberty/National team 109-108 in overtime.
West Potomac's Bryant Fultz threw down a fourth-quarter alley-oop dunk from fellow Wolverine Randall Brobbey, scored a team-high 15 points and earned game MVP honors as the Concorde/Patriot All-Stars defeated the Liberty/National team 109-108 in overtime at Wakefield High School.
Warriors have lost 91 straight games, haven’t won since 2004.
Brian Gilman uses the Wakefield boys’ lacrosse program’s losing past for motivation as the first-year head coach attempts to point the Warriors toward a winning future.