Phil Fabrizio

January 19, 2017 | Phil Fabrizio

Seneca Valley’s Unbeaten MoCo Streak Continues (PHOTOS)

Seneca Valley boys basketball team, ranked 8th in the DMV, traveled to Darnestown to defend their unbeaten streak in Montgomery County.  That streak dates back to January 26, 2016.  The Screaming Eagles proved determined not to lose and held on in the final minute to walk away with a 65-60 win over the 13-1 Quince […]

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January 14, 2017 | Phil Fabrizio

MSHL Action – Churchill and Whitman (PHOTOS)

In hockey action from Friday night, January 13 two longtime high school rivals paired off on the ice arena in Rockville.  These action photos provide examples of this hard fought match on the ice.  Fun fact – Churchill had 33 shots on goal as compared to 7 for Whitman, though Whitman hustling performance was overshadowed […]

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December 30, 2016 | Phil Fabrizio

Anatomy of a Xfinity “Frese” Whiteout

The anatomy of a great women’s basketball rivalry has many moving parts. A sell out crowd to view games is one part. Bring together nationally ranked teams, one with an 86 game winning streak, another. Add in two of the best women’s coaches around and two teams filled with underclass McDonald All-Americans adds to its […]

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December 16, 2016 | Phil Fabrizio

Friday Night Lights Football Year in Review (PHOTOS)

Take us back to the fall, Phil. For those of us in the DMV it was warm, colorful and full of promise and rewards. I caught some but not all MoCo state high school championship winners in photo action during the year. So before the review starts let me congratulate these MoCo schools for a […]

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December 15, 2016 | Phil Fabrizio

QO Goes Cold at State Final (PHOTOS)

Blogger Note:  This football contest was the last Friday Night Lights (12/9/16) game for the 2016 season for MCM.  It by far was the most weather conditional game in the last 4 months of coverage and because of that I took my time to write this blog – I had to thaw out.  No really, […]

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December 9, 2016 | Phil Fabrizio

Damascus Crowned 3A Football Champs (PHOTOS)

By most accounts along the sidelines last evening Franklin High School out played Damascus and was positioned to win.  Luck in both forms bad and good had followed Damascus all evening.  Fourth quarter time was running out for the Hornets and the Indians were on the 5-yard line in position to score to claim the […]

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November 28, 2016 | Phil Fabrizio

Taking It One Game at a Time

A standing room only crowd surrounded the entire football field at Quince Orchard High School on Friday, November 25th in what would be the last home crowd of the season.  In this match up between two schools with a 11-1 record the Annapolis Fighting Panthers would experience life inside the Cougar Dome for the first […]

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November 24, 2016 | Phil Fabrizio

Football Preview: Friday Night Lights in small towns and the 12th Man

High School football season comes to a close as many of the DMV’s public and private schools are finished with conference and state championship playoffs. At this point only a few teams have survived the quest for that championship plaque. So, on Tuesday of this week I spent an afternoon at the Navy-Marine Stadium in […]

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November 15, 2016 | Phil Fabrizio

On Observing Signs in Our Land: The Roadhouse Blues

BREAKING NEWS: this is not a photo blog essay; rather it’s my first hand observation of the American politic while traveling on four wheels going anywhere from 1 to 60 plus miles per hour. I am a photographer. I am an Independent. By nature it is a natural reflex to observe my surroundings, attuned to […]

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November 5, 2016 | Phil Fabrizio

A Bittersweet Senior Night at Georgetown Prep (PHOTOS)

Sixteen Little Hoyas began their last home game marching out to mid field with parents, friends, and relatives to celebrate for some what was four years of athletic endeavors that consummated on this Friday Night. In a matchup between two of the top DMV football teams, Episcopal of Alexandria and Georgetown Prep of North Bethesda, […]

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