Members of the varsity baseball team from St. John’s 	College High School in Washington celebrate their winning  the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference 		championship.
Members of the varsity baseball team from St. John’s College High School in Washington celebrate their winning the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference championship.
On May 10, the varsity baseball team from St. John's College High School in Washington clinched the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference championship with two back-to-back no-hitters against Bishop O'Connell of Arlington.

The Cadets finished the WCAC regular season in first place with a 13-3 record and a 23-6 overall record. In the playoffs, St. John's defeated the eighth-seeded Bishop Ireton and faced fifth-seeded Gonzaga in the semifinals.

On May 6, game one of the semifinals was called after eight innings due to darkness, with the score at 0-0. The game picked up on May 7, with the Cadets earning a 1-0 win at home to finish game one, and then defeating Gonzaga 9-4 in game two, cementing St. John's place in the championship.

The team then faced second-seeded Bishop O'Connell on May 9 at the University of Maryland's Shipley Field. The Cadets won the first match 3-0, and then took the WCAC title with a 16-0 blowout in game two.

This is the second tournament title for head coach Mark Gibbs, and the fifth regular season championship. "We have an outstanding group of kids on this team," he said. "It's a really exciting way for the seniors to finish out their WCAC careers."

Senior Brodie Leftridge and junior A.J. Lee earned first team All-WCAC honors; senior Adrian Peralta earned second team honors; and seniors Garrett Pearson and Jake Bernstein and junior Jackson Coviello earned honorable mentions.