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Gwynn Park survives Red Storm, moves on in 2A bracket

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BRANDYWINE – The opening 2A regional semifinal matchup between Gwynn Park and Edmondson-Westside was a battle until the very end.

A 15-yard touchdown catch from Gwynn Park wide receiver Devin Curry, which happened early in the second quarter, proved to be the game-winner against the Red Storm. Despite the win, Gwynn Park Head Coach Danny Hayes still wanted more out of his team’s 8-2 victory on Nov. 10.

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Eleanor Roosevelt volleyball crowned county champs

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Jourdan Page MSSPRINGDALE – The Prince George’s County volleyball regular season came down to two combatants fighting for the right to become the best high school team in the area.

Already champions in their respective divisions, Frederick Douglass and Eleanor Roosevelt fought for a new banner on Nov. 1 during the Prince George's County Volleyball Championships at Charles H. Flowers High School.

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Laurel boys use two first-half goals to knock off DuVal

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Copy of EzeReuben AbdoulayeOlayinkaDLAUREL – As the Prince George’s County 4A soccer playoffs began last Friday afternoon, the matchup between third-seeded Laurel and sixth-seeded DuVal was ready to get the soccer action started.

A wonder-goal by Thang Tuang proved to be the deciding factor in the Spartans’ 2-1 opening-round victory on Oct. 27.

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Wesley, Williams lead Spartans to victory over Surrattsville

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Laurel JaheemWilliamsCLINTON – 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.

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Flowers stays unbeaten with win over Roosevelt

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Copy of JuliusDuvallHYATTSVILLE – On a warm and windy afternoon at the newly built Fairmont Heights High School, the duo of quarterback Julius Duvall and receiver Daniel Buchanan combined for 81-of-168 passing yards and helped lead Charles H. Flowers to a 26-19 victory over Eleanor Roosevelt on Sept. 16.

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