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Patriot Ambassadors help the school community, especially new students, through hosting a number of events such as the Trunk or Treat on Oct. 9.

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WindsorRunning, LLC DirectAthletics MeetPro IAC-ISL-MAC Upper School Championships Agricultural Farm Park, Derwood, MD - 10/30/2021 IAC Freshman/Sophomore ====================…

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RaceTab by MileSplit/FloSports Windsor Running, LLC, Windsor Runn Prep Classic - 9/25/2021 11:14:07 PM Georgetown Prep, North Bethesda , MD Freshmen Boys 5000 Meter Run ==========================…

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Six teams of wounded, ill and injured military veterans are headed to the Rockville Ice Arena in Rockville, Maryland, August 20-22 to face off in the USA Warriors Sled Hockey Tournament, a first of its kind event for military members and veterans wounded or injured in service.

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Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) in-person sports are on their way back. On Jan. 29, MCPS released its “Return to R.A.I.S.E. Second Semester Plan,” outlining the plan for second-semester athletics in the county. The fall season is set to occur between Feb. 13 and April 17, with Feb. 2…

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The turn of the century has brought a turn of perspective in the sports landscape. With virtual games like fantasy football hosting more than 45 million people and billions of dollars every year being spent on betting sites, stakes at a professional ballgame extend far greater than the profe…

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To many QO students, Allied Bocce is simply a sport you pass over or have never even heard of. However, to a select few, it is their only chance to play on a team sport in high school. Bocce is an allied sport, which means that it is designed for both students with disabilities and students …

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Every female athlete, no matter the sport, has two things in common: a love for their sport and familiarity with empty stands. Something else that most females, athlete or not, are familiar with are the preexisting rules that hold us back: stay on the path, be grateful, wait for permission, …

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The University of Maryland and the Maryland Attorney General’s Office are asking the state’s Board of Public Works to approve the payment of a $3.5 million settlement to the family of Jordan McNair, a Maryland football player who died in 2018 after suffering heatstroke at a team workout.

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Sitting at 4-7*, the Washington Football Team may not seem like anything special to most viewers of the NFL. I, as a die-hard fan of this team, beg to differ. What this team lacks in wins, it makes up for with a promising future. It starts with the head coach, Ron Rivera. Ron is a proven win…

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Gaithersburg /Germantown, MD (September 15, 2020) –The Gaithersburg-Germantown Chamber of Commerce (GGCC) held its 30th Annual Business Golf Classic at Worthington Manor Golf Club, 8329 Fingerboard Road, Urbana, Maryland on Friday, September 11, 2020. Tournament participants enjoyed a variet…

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When John Thompson arrived at Archbishop John Carroll High School he was tall, skinny, and shy. After a lot of hard work, became a real force on the court. Our team was the first great success story of an integrated high school athletic team in the Civil Rights era in D.C. We became mythical…

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August 9, 2020 – Rose Zhang outlasted defending champion Gabriela Ruffels in 38 holes to win the 120th U.S. Women’s Amateur at Woodmont Country Club. The second-longest match in championship history ended in heartbreaking fashion for Ruffels, who lipped out a 3-foot par putt to extend the match.

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August 3-9, 2020 – Gabriela Ruffels trailed in all five of her matches in the 120th U.S. Women’s Amateur, but each time she found a way to come out ahead when it mattered the most. The defending champion delivered clutch shots throughout her two victories on Saturday, rallying to earn a bert…

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Thomas Wootton High School juniors Eric and Jason Liau exuded confidence entering the invitational tournament hosted by Paint Branch High School on Jan. 24-25. Eric was focused on a 113-pound rematch against Mountain Ridge senior Jesse Fresh while Jason was angry that the former state champion would not be among his 106-pound opponents. Both wrestlers […]

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BETHESDA – The Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School girls basketball team continue their impressive start to the 2019-2020 season as junior forward Caroline Orza scored a game-high 22 points to lead the Barons to a 53-37 victory over Walt Whitman High School on Jan. 28. [See more from this MCPS girls basketball game in our gallery […]

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ROCKVILLE – When point guard Jada Thornton sidled up to the free-throw line in overtime on Jan. 28, the gym at Richard Montgomery High School was completely quiet. The previously raucous crowd was silent, watching intently as Thornton focused on the basket. There were just seconds left on the clock, and Gaithersburg High School was […]

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Sophomore Mike Sofelkanik (113) and freshman Mason Hillegas (120) nailed down two pins each, being among Poolesville’s seven double-winners during tri-meet victories, 43-33, over host Magruder High School, and, 72-12, over Watkins Mill on Jan. 25. [See more photos from the tri-meet by clicking here!] Sofelkanik earned his 18th and 19th wins on the year […]

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BALTIMORE – Two area high school coaches were recently honored for leading their respective teams to success this past season. Walt Whitman High School boys soccer Head Coach Dave Greene was awarded the National Coach of the Year for Large Schools as well as Regional Coach of the Year Honors by the United Soccer Coaches […]

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COLLEGE PARK – In a competitive Big Ten faceoff, the No. 20 University of Maryland women’s basketball team used a balanced offensive effort and an intensified second-half defense to secure a bounce-back 70-61 win over No. 22 Northwestern at Xfinity Center on Jan. 26. [See more from this game in our photo gallery by clicking […]

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ROCKVILLE – In a game filled with scoring runs, the Prince George’s Community College men’s basketball team looked poised to make a final comeback after tying the game at 78 with less than three minutes remaining. However, Montgomery College fended off their cross-county rivals to earn a 90-84 victory on Jan. 25. [Missed the game? […]

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ROCKVILLE – After leading the Damascus High School football team to its 11th Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association state championship this past December, Head Coach Eric Wallich announced that he is stepping down on Jan. 17. In a letter sent to players and members of the Damascus community, Wallich states that he felt that […]

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SILVER SPRING – In boys basketball action, James Hubert Blake High School fought back from a double-digit deficit to take down John F. Kennedy High School, 67-62, on Jan. 21. Junior forward Brian Ayafor tied for a game-high 28 points, including three crowd-pleasing dunks, helped lead the Bengals (6-6) to their third straight victory. For […]

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SILVER SPRING – Paint Branch High School’s girls basketball team prides itself on its aggressive defensive playing style. That tough, dominant defense led the Panthers to a 9-1 record, and on Jan. 17, that same defense led to a 45-39 victory over rival Montgomery Blair High School. The Panthers didn’t waste any time displaying their […]

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SILVER SPRING – Springbrook High School student Sayfore Sieh is only a fourth-year wrestler, yet the 145-pound senior’s accomplishments outweigh his relative inexperience. The son of Liberian-born parents and an A-average student who aspires to major in engineering or medicine in college, Sieh is the Blue Devil’s only remaining unbeaten wrestler at 23-0 after placing […]

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COLLEGE PARK – Leading 53-50 with 2:12 remaining in the game, the No. 17 University of Maryland men’s basketball desperately needed a basket. The Terps led Purdue by as many as 18 in the first half and 16 at halftime, but the Boilermakers had slowly whittled away the once large lead. That’s where Aaron Wiggins […]

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DAMASCUS – Entering their home matchup against a four-win Rockville High School on Jan. 17, the Damascus High School boys basketball team looked to rebuild some momentum after losing their third game of the season against Watkins Mill. However, the Rams had other ideas. The road team jumped out to a strong 17-3 lead and […]

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When Xavier Kresslein stepped onto the wrestling mat at the Jan. 10-11 Dorsey Duals at his home gym in Poolesville High School, it was as if the Falcons’ senior 170-pounder was wrestling with the vigor of two people. Kresslein’s rivals could not stop the power of his strength on display. Kresslein went 10-0 with one […]

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It was Feb. 17, 2018, when Lorenzo Lopez won a battle of 126-pound sophomores, 4-2, over Sam Smirnoff of Archbishop Spalding to become the Landon School’s first state champion at the Maryland Independent Schools Tournament in Bel Air. The triumph was rewarding for Lopez due to the sour ending to his freshman season when illness […]

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ROCKVILLE – Two Montgomery County high school basketball powerhouses faced off on Jan. 10 as Richard Montgomery hosted Gaithersburg. The game lived up to the hype as Trojans junior Jao Ituka tied the game with a 3-pointer late, but Rockets junior Jabrill Robinson hit one of two free throws to lead Richard Montgomery to a […]

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Last season, Poolesville High School junior wrestler Colin Savage seemed destined to win a Class 2A-1A state title. Savage won his first-county tournament became a regional runner-up and third at states as a sophomore. As a freshman, Savage was finished third at counties, a regional champ and placed fifth at states. He followed those performances […]

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BETHESDA – Junior Will Margarites’ go-ahead layup late in the fourth quarter was enough to help lead the Wootton High School boys basketball team to a 64-63 win over Walter Johnson High School on Jan. 13. Margarite’s game-winner gave the Patriots their second win in three games. Defeating Walter Johnson was extra motivating as both […]

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SILVER SPRING – When Montgomery Blair High school played against Bethesda–Chevy Chase High School (B-CC) last season, Blair power forward Peyton Martin was not in uniform. The junior was nursing an injury and watched from the bench as the Blazers lost to their rivals. Ever since that loss, Martin had been looking forward to Blair’s […]

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ROCKVILLE – Clarksburg High School’s undefeated season was in jeopardy on Jan. 13 when the Coyotes faced off against 6-3 Richard Montgomery High School. Clarksburg had found itself in a 13 point hole at halftime with only 16 minutes of playing time left to try to come back and maintain that perfect season. [See more […]

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ROCKVILLE – During last season’s second round of the high school state playoffs, Quince Orchard High School’s girls basketball season ended in the hands of Richard Montgomery by only two points. Fast-forward to Jan. 3, the two teams met again in a nail-biting game, but this time, the Cougars got their revenge for the 62-49 […]

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