Phil Fabrizio


Phil Fabrizio is an event and sports photographer in the Washington DC Metro area. He lives in North Potomac, MD and has operated Sugarloaf Photography since 1985. Currently he is a staff photographer with The Town Courier Newspaper in Gaithersburg and Urbana MD. He is a contribution photographer for Montgomery Magazine, a bi-monthly magazine located in Germantown, MD. As a freelance photographer with LifeTouch in Baltimore MD he concentrates on high school sports in Fairfax, Arlington, Alexandria and Loudoun counties in Virginia as well as covers both Montgomery and Anne Arundel counties in Maryland. He has photographed for University of Maryland Women’s Basketball Coach Brenda Frese’s Under The Shell program. He is the owner of SugarLoaf Associates, LLC.

I began my blog site – www.PhotoLoaf.com in August 2011 to write about a photographer’s approach to document Life as a slice of time. My photo assignments are usually specific place in time events. I however use the blog to link my photos and my words to singular past or present day events that I encounter during a week while keeping an eye towards future events that can encourage the people of the DC Metro area.

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Northwest Wins Maryland 4A Championship Game (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

It was a shoot-out at the M&T Bank Stadium Friday night but in the end it was the Northwest Jags over Old Mill of Millersville to take the 4A state championship title.   This makes back-to-back championship titles for the Germantown team. The final score was 34-31. Both teams struck quickly to start the game […]

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MoCo Football at Its Best

Circa 2012 – a local high school gym, Quince Orchard (QO) boys basketball team was about to lose when the chants started “Old Mill, Old Mill”. Opposing school teenagers rubbing salt in a fresh wound. You see QO lost a few months earlier in the 2011 4A State Football Championship in the last seconds to […]

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Damascus Over Glenelg, 33-0 (PHOTOS)

UPDATED It was a shut out. The undefeated Damascus Hornets are headed to the Maryland 3A state championship game after their 33-0 win against the Glenelg Gladiators in Damascus on Nov. 28. The number one ranked Hornets took the home field in a cloud of yellow smoke and dominated the 3A state semi-finals game from […]

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Friday Night Lights - Bring The Funk

It’s Black Friday night – the day after Thanksgiving and it is cold championship weather here in Montgomery County. We have the “Flickmeister” filming the Duval vs. Northwest game over in Germantown to decide who moves on to the 4A Championship game in Baltimore. And then there’s me – “Photoloaf “– taking pics and tweeting […]

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Northwest 4A West Region Champs With Win Against QO, 28-21 (PHOTOS)

The Northwest Jaguars are the 4A West Region champs with their Friday night win against the Quince Orchard Cougars, 28-21. Next weekend, the Jaguars play in the state semifinals game. The winner of that game will play for the 2014 Maryland state championship at Ravens’ field at M & T Bank Stadium Friday, Dec. 5. […]

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Great Seneca Supremacy (PHOTOS)

Ok, it boils down to this – Northwest travels down Route 119 to Quince Orchard’s Cougar Dome Friday night for the next edition of the Battle for Great Seneca Supremacy. Neither team, in my humble opinion, is the best in MoCo. That status currently belongs to the resident school on Ridge Road, Damascus. But because […]

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QO Advances in Playoffs with 21-14 Win Against Clarksburg (PHOTOS)

The Quince Orchard Cougars continue on their march to the state finals tonight with a win against the Clarksburg Coyotes in the 4A West region semifinal football game. Early in the first quarter, Quince Orchard Offensive Tackle Nolan Barkdoll suffered an injury and was removed from the game. After competition resumed, Clarksburg scored first with […]

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Blair Earns Playoff Bid in Game Against Whitman (PHOTOS)

Montgomery Blair High School hasn’t made it into the playoffs in decades. Friday night, senior night at Whitman, they got their chance to do it beating Whitman High School 41-0. At the end of the first half, it was all Blair raking up points in every way possible- touchdowns, two-point conversions, field goals and a safety. Whitman’s […]

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The Political Arena Backstage (PHOTOS)

I scratched my head and wondered just why I was driving to MCM’s studio to watch their reporting of the county and state election returns. It’s been a long time since I watched live programming inside a studio. I have to go back to days at WSYR station in Syracuse, New York and watching a […]

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Friday Night Star-Lights

November brings a change of fortunes in high school football. Teams have that opportunity to step up and define how their story ends. Will it be redemption, an anointment, or a dream slipping away – tough choices in tough weather conditions – that’s November football here in the DMV. Saturday November 1 – Quince Orchard […]

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