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Boys' soccer wrap-up: Bowie, IHSLP win regional titles, head to state semis

IHSLPsoccerHYATTSVILLE – Two weeks ago, Bowie High School and the International High School at Langley Park (IHSLP) battled in a back-and-fourth match for the boys’ soccer county championship. Despite the result, a 3-1 victory for the Bulldogs, both teams aspired to compete for a state title.

This weekend, they will get their chance.

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Eleanor Roosevelt volleyball crowned county champs

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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Bulldogs beat Roosevelt 3-1 to punch ticket to regional finals

Copy of 6 Bowie Justin John Longbah Roosevelt Alex PaganBOWIE – Freshman Michael Adekanmbi calls it a “natural chemistry” that he has developed with his fellow strikers, seniors Isaiah Price and Justin John-Longbah.

Bowie High School Boys’ Soccer Head Coach Frantz Deetjen calls them a “three-headed monster.”

The trio known as “J.I.M.,” in reference to their first names, have been wreaking havoc on their opponents this season. The group scored 37 of Bowie’s 49 goals this year and helped lead the team to 10 regular season wins and a county championship. However, a state title is the ultimate goal for the Bulldogs.

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Redskins, Kelley slip past Seahawks in finals seconds

LARobert Kelley 23DKNHAM – Falling fast in the NFC East standings after dropping two consecutive divisional games to the Philadelphia Eagles and the Dallas Cowboys, the Washington Redskins needed to rebound against the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday if they had any ambitions of getting into the playoffs.

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DeMatha soccer falls to Gonzaga in WCAC title game again

demathasoccerGERMANTOWN – Justin Gielen needed just one chance for victory.

The striker, whose scoring touch has tormented defenses 23 times this season, struggled to find the one shot required to give the DeMatha Catholic High School boys’ soccer team the lead in the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference (WCAC) Championship.

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