UPPER MARLBORO – After defeating Calvert Hall by two points in a week two nailbiter, Dr. Henry A. Wise, Jr. Head Coach DaLawn Parrish gave quarterback Quinton Williams a vote of confidence in leading the team’s high-powered offense.
CLINTON – As the Prince George’s County football regular season draws to an end, teams are gearing up for the playoffs.
Laurel has put itself in playoff mode this October and kept things rolling once again against Surrattsville. A powerful Spartans’ running game, led by Jaheem Williams and his three touchdowns, had what it took to dismantle the Hornets, 42-7, on Oct. 14.
RIVERDALE – José Argueta lay motionless after being slammed to the ground following a hard challenge during the Bladensburg boys’ soccer team’s 2-1 loss at Parkdale on Sept. 22.
As Assistant Coach Craig Tupper yelled at one of the referees, Bladensburg Head Coach Juliana Ocampos-Barry rushed onto the field to check on her injured striker.
She helped Argueta up and walked him toward the sidelines. After a final check, Ocampos-Barry allowed him back onto the field before returning to a methodical, quiet stance and crossing her arms.
UPPER MARLBORO – It is nearing the make-or-break point in the season for Prince George’s County’s undefeated teams and the Suitland Rams just notched another victory.
BALTIMORE – The Morgan State University football team had a bye last weekend, and the timing of the break could not have been better. After all, the Bears have dropped their first four games of the season and have been outscored 150-17 in the process.
A big reason things haven’t been worse is the play of defensive lineman Jai Franklin, who played on Dr. Henry A. Wise, Jr. High School's state championship team five years ago.