February 11, 2018 | Phil Fabrizio

Hall of Fame Night at John F. Kennedy High School

Athletic Director George Awkard’s return to his alma mater, John F. Kennedy High School, has brought along a few new wrinkles.  One such wrinkle is the first inductees in JFK’s Hall of Fame (HOF) for 2017-2018. Four alumni graduates were introduced on Friday evening to a nicely packed Kennedy Gym between the Girls and Boys […]

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February 10, 2018 | Staff Writer

Kennedy Over Damascus, 74-36

In high school hoops Friday night, the Kennedy Cavaliers outscored the Damascus Hornets, 74-36. Kennedy took the lead early in the first quarter. Kennedy plays in the 4A East MSPSSAA classification while Damascus is in the 3A/2A East classification. Both teams play again on Tuesday, Feb. 13th. Kennedy takes on Quince Orchard in Gaithersburg and […]

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February 4, 2018 | Phil Fabrizio

Churchill Takes Command in MSHL Hockey League

Churchill High School secured command of the Maryland Student Hockey Leagues (MSHL) rebounding after their lost to Blair by defeating long time rival Wootton High, 4-2, in Rockville Friday night. The Bulldogs 18th win of the season came at the expense of the Patriots who for two periods stood toe to toe with Churchill.  However, […]

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February 3, 2018 | Staff Writer

High School Ice Hockey: Churchill Over Wootton, 4-2, at Rockville Ice Arena

In high school ice hockey action on Friday night, it was the Churchill Bulldogs over the Wootton Patriots, 4-2, at the Rockville Ice Arena. Churchill is ranked number one and Wootton number two in the Maryland Student Hockey League for their conference (Montgomery Hockey Conference Montgomery 1). Next up for Churchill is a Feb. 7 […]

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February 2, 2018 | Mitti Hicks

TV Superbowl Sales: What Are MoCo Residents Looking For?

When it comes to buying a television, Super Bowl weekend is one of the best times to purchase a new one. Recent data from Consumer Reports shows Black Friday remains the best time to purchase a new TV  but Super Bowl weekend is runner up. Consumers can at least 25 percent reduction in some TV […]

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February 1, 2018 | Douglas Tallman

Montgomery Working to Create Sports Hall of Fame

Montgomery County is taking the first steps toward creating a sports hall of fame, an idea that was borne out of the county athletes who competed in the Rio Olympics in 2016. The goal is to launch the Montgomery County Sports Hall of Fame next winter, according to an email from department spokeswoman Carmen Berrios […]

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February 1, 2018 | Daryl Schultz

Northwest Defeats Rival Quince Orchard 61-53 Jan. 29

Monday night saw a clash between rivals Quince Orchard and Northwest High Schools.  The contest can be best described as closely contested but low scoring for the first three quarters of the game.  Each team seemed as though they faced an invisible barrier on the basket which led to missed shots that normally fall.  The […]

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January 28, 2018 | Phil Fabrizio

BIG Tri-meet at the Dawg Pound

Churchill High School’s gymnasium known as the DAWG POUND on Saturday hosted a wrestling tri-meet between top ranked Damascus, Quince Orchard and the Bulldogs from Churchill.  It was great opportunity to watch three of the best wrestling teams in MoCo go at it on the mats.  Quince Orchard is experiencing a challenging year while Damascus […]

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January 27, 2018 | Michelle Queen

Hoops Action: Gaithersburg Outscores Clarksburg in Girls’ Basketball, 54-45

It was a close basketball game Friday night but when time ran out, it was the Gaithersburg Trojans outscoring the Clarksburg Coyotes, 54-45. The Lady Trojans were on the road with a 11-5 overall record and recent (Jan. 23) 65-57 loss to Clarksburg. The Lady Coyotes had the home crowd advantage and a better record […]

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January 23, 2018 | Phil Fabrizio

Maryland Women Defeat #8 Ohio State

The #14 ranked University of Maryland (UMD) Women basketball team defeated #8 Ohio State University (OSU) 99-69 in Big Ten play in College Park, Monday, January 22.  The Lady Terps took control early in the first quarter led by the hot shooting hand of their Junior forward, Eleanna Christinaki.  OSU took contended shots from outside […]

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