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Summer Camp – Getting Ready for the Sidelines

  “I got it” Lauren announced loudly to her new friends gathered nearby as she peaked up from her Canon Rebel T5 viewfinder. She just captured Phoebe dressed in her ballerina outfit as she leaped in flight. She turned the camera’s 3-inch LCD screen for Darby and Reese to see and then smiled. Jacqui and […]

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Delayed on the Blocks (PHOTOS)

The 12 and under boy swimmers from Tilden Woods and Bethesda were up to the pool edge waiting for the starter to whistle the beginning of this “A” meet. All prelim’s were finished, the national anthem sung and all they needed to hear was the words “swimmers take your mark”. The meet announcer interrupted this […]

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Seven on Seven – Spring Football

Seven on Seven football has become a spring rite of passage for rising high school sophomores, juniors and seniors interested in playing varsity in the fall. The 2014-2015 sports calendar for high school students ends with the last pitch of the varsity baseball state championship, which coincides with Memorial Day weekend.  The following week prospective […]

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Lions Too Much for Bulldogs in Lax Finals (PHOTOS)

Balls bounce. Sometimes toward your favor other times they are just out of reach. And so it went for the Churchill boys’ lacrosse team – balls bounced away. Howard Lions boys’ lacrosse team remained undefeated (20-0) in this their championship year thus denying the Churchill Bulldogs a chance to claim their part of MPSSAA lax […]

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Trojans Move on to MPSSAA 4 West Regional Playoff (PHOTOS)

Gaithersburg’s baseball team came ready to play on Wednesday evening and smoked the Quince Orchard Cougars 8 to 1 to advance to the 4A West MPSSAA playoff. Trey Martinez and Nick Pantos, the Trojan’s, respective catcher and pitcher/second-baseman, sparked this explosive team with home runs. Brendan Deyo pitched through five and one-third innings holding the […]

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Goal Minded Teams Prevail (PHOTOS)

Friday at Quince Orchard High School’s Cougar Dome. In the survive-and-advance environment that is the state playoff system for lacrosse in the Maryland Public Scholastic Sports Athletic Association (MPSSAA) all high schools have a chance to go on a run and advance to the state finals. Hot hands or in this case the hot sticks […]

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Some “Times”

Some “times” I give myself a photo assignment. Some “times” I am given one. Some “times” I look forward to that repetitive assignment. There are some times I photo shoot in the District, some times in Maryland, and some times in Virginia. Some “times” I shoot in all three within a week’s time. Last week […]

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How Sweet It Is – As Maryland Women Advance in the NCAAs

March 23, – College Park, MD: The Maryland Terrapin women defeated the previously unbeaten Princeton Tiger’s 85 to 70 to advance to the next round of NCAA basketball in Spokane, WA. In front of a partisan hometown crowd Maryland hung tough in the first half to go into the locker room with a four point […]

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Maryland Women Moving On in NCAA Tournament (PHOTOS)

The University of Maryland’s basketball team defeated the New Mexico State Aggies 75-57 in the first round of the Women’s NCAA tournament at College Park on March 21. On a day that POTUS visited the Xfinity Center to watch his niece play for the Princeton Tigers in the preliminary matchup, the Lady Terps were the […]

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On Singing the National Anthem

Percy Houston stepped up to the scorer’s table at midcourt as the attendees’ rose facing west for the National Anthem. Percy began to belt out the anthem then stopped mid stanza – was it for effect or for something more sinister. Those of us on the basketball court at the Xfinity Center for the 4A […]

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