Nearing the end of the 2015 lacrosse season, a few teams still searched for a first win. Two of those teams faced off Wednesday night as the Paint Branch Panthers hosted the Kennedy Cavaliers in the battle of the winless. Kennedy (1-8) squeaked by 2-1 and earned their first win of the season, leaving Paint Branch (0-9) in the dark.
Churchill High senior lacrosse standout Louis Dubick has started every single game during his career at the Potomac public school.
The 5-foot-8 attackman has worn a varsity uniform for the last four years and has compiled some gaudy statistics along the way.
Gonzaga College High School head coach Steve Turner will get another chance to coach in the Capital Classic High School All-Star Game this weekend.
Turner, who led the D.C. private school to a Washington Catholic Athletic Conference championship in February, will guide the U.S. All-Stars against the Capital All-Stars in Friday’s 42nd annual event.
Coach of the Year – Peter Kenah, Whitman
The longtime head coach guided the Vikings to one of the finest seasons in school history, leading the Bethesda public school to a 23-1 record and a state semifinal appearance. Whitman went unbeaten against Montgomery County opponents including a 56-51 win over Good Counsel in the season opener.
A trio of Maryland student-athletes with local ties have decided to leave the football program.
Former Good Counsel standout Zach Dancel and Friendship Collegiate graduate Albert Reid have decided to transfer. Both players are scheduled to graduate from the university this year.
Four Montgomery County boys’ basketball standouts have been selected to participate in the 42nd annual Capital Classic High School All-Star Game Friday in the nation’s capital.
Richard Montgomery senior Nick Jackson is among a group of four county student-athletes that will suit up in the Capital Classic preliminary game at Catholic University’s DuFour Center in Washington, D.C.