In years past, when The Heights had a great season it would end with nothing. No trophy, no playoff drama, nothing. The team was often good and they were proud of their seasons, but as an independent school they never had the opportunity to put some icing on the cake.
"Yeah, it was a little anticlimactic," coach Colin Gleason said.
But all of that changes this season, as the Cavaliers are now members of the much-respected Washington Catholic Athletic Conference. They received their first taste of WCAC play two weeks ago in a matchup with DeMatha. The Heights won, 2-0, part of a hot start to the season.
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