PHILADELPHIA – Similar to the Bee Gees cry in 1977, the Washington Redskins are “stayin’ alive” in the competitive NFC East Division after defeating the Philadelphia Eagles, 27-22 on Dec. 11.
ANNAPOLIS – As his Dr. Henry A. Wise, Jr. teammates were celebrating their state championship victory over Quince Orchard, Jabari Laws stood off to the side by himself.
He watched quietly, not saying anything to anyone, and took it all in.
COLLEGE PARK – Midway through the third quarter, Brionna Jones slowly headed to the Maryland bench unaware to what she had just accomplished.
Several assistant coaches waved three fingers on their right hands with a balled-up fist on the left, signally her career-best performance.
SEABROOOK – This year, instead of naming a Prince George’s County High School Football All-Star Team, a few of us on The Sentinel staff decided to try something a little different.
GLENDALE, Ariz. – As Washington quarterback Kirk Cousins was getting rushed from nearly every angle by the vaunted Arizona Cardinals defense on the Redskins’ final drive of the game, he released an off-target pass into the hands of perennial pro bowler Patrick Peterson.
LARGO – In its first home game at the Novak Field House since the season opener on Nov. 3, Prince George’s Community College defeated Anne Arundel Community College, 82-63 in the divisional opener.