In 1966, Texas Western made NCAA men’s basketball history when a team comprised of African-American student-athletes defeated an all-white Kentucky team, 72-65, for the national championship at Cole Field House on the University of Maryland campus in College Park.
Gaithersburg senior offensive lineman Henry Yoboue has committed to play college football at Marist.
Yoboue, a 6-foot-7, 270-pound left tackle, said he decided to attend the New York-based NCAA Division I Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) school after taking a recent visit.
Five Montgomery County players have been selected to compete for Team Maryland in the 2015 Big 33 Football Classic.
Northwest running back E.J. Lee, the 2014 All-Sentinel Offensive Player of the Year, headlines a Montgomery County contingent that features four first team All-Sentinel performers.
Rockville native Jason Lomax has taken over the reign of the Springbrook football program.
The former Rockville offensive coordinator was hired last week to fill the vacancy created when Adam Bahr stepped down after a three-year stint at his alma mater.
SANDY SPRING – Gaithersburg junior Andrew Kwiatkowski scored a career-high 23 points on Friday to lead the Trojans to a 86-61 road victory over Sherwood.
Kwiatkowski, who netted all but three of his points in the first half, got some help from senior teammates Anthony Tarke (21 points) and Geron Braithwaite (14 points) who took up the slack in the second half.
Former Bullis School basketball standout Monique Currie has signed a free agent contract with the Phoenix Mercury. The D.C. native has spent the majority of her professional career with the Washington Mystics but joins a three-time WNBA Champion as she enters her 10th season in the league.
Former Bullis School basketball standout Monique Currie has signed a free agent contract with the Phoenix Mercury.
The D.C. native has spent the majority of her professional career with the Washington Mystics but joins a three-time WNBA Champion as she enters her 10th season in the league.
Nearly three and a half decades after former football standout Aaron Carter signed a national letter of intent with East Carolina in 1981, his son Kamonte made his verbal pledge official last week when the Gaithersburg High School senior signed with Penn State on National Signing Day.
DAMASCUS – First-year Seneca Valley basketball coach Brian Humphrey won plenty of games at Damascus High School both as a coach and a player.
Tuesday night the former Hornet coach’s Screamin’ Eagles (11-6, 11-2) rallied from being down eight points with a minute and a half left to give Humphrey his first win at Damascus (8-8, 5-3) as a visitor 59-58.