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High school seniors shine in county soccer all-star game

KevinHernandez2 PotomacUPPER MARLBORO – After months of weather postponements, this year’s senior class of soccer players celebrated the end of their high school careers by playing in the annual Prince George's County All-Star Game on May 4.

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Former Gwynn Park football star Porter signs with Packers

02 Marcus PorterHYATTSVILLE – Fairmont State University Head Coach Jason Woodman knew what kind of player Marcus Porter was but could not imagine his future outside of college football. Doubts crept in after the then-sophomore punched a player during a skirmish and was kicked out of the program during the 2014 regular-season opener against West Virginia State University.

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Local stars find success in NFL Draft, this week in college sports

WillSniderBALTIMORE – Some local high school products will be moving on to play in the NFL. University of Wisconsin cornerback and former Suitland High School standout, Nick Nelson, was selected by the Oakland Raiders in the fourth round (110th overall).

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Lady Owls load up with five county recruits

PGCCWBBLARGO – Nahemie Vilain does not recall ever getting this much attention before. Despite being the leading scorer this past season for Northwestern High School, she is not used to the cameras pointed at her. The new experience left the forward staring blankly at the bright lights of broadcast cameras, nearly forgetting the reason they were aimed at her.

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Photos of the Week

AmirHall2Our Prince George's Sentinel photographers captured some great action this week. You should really check it out!

Don't forget to come back every week and look at some of our other galleries at: https://thesentinel.smugmug.com/PG.

Here are some of our favorite shots from this week's action:

https://thesentinel.smugmug.com/PG/Ohio-State-at-Maryland/

https://thesentinel.smugmug.com/PG/High-Point-at-Parkdale/

https://thesentinel.smugmug.com/PG/Bowie-State-Spring-Game/

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Bowie State football spring game showcases young talent

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BOWIE – Cherry Blossoms are not the only things blooming this spring as Bowie State University’s young talent was on display during the annual spring game at Bulldog Stadium in Bowie on April 21.

The Bulldogs had a 9-2 overall record last season and looked to capitalize off of that strong play from last year.

The Black team squared off against the Gold squad with the usual season starters mixed in between both units. Starting quarterback Amir Hall led the first drive of the game for the Black team, but as he played with unfamiliar teammates, it did not go as planned.

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