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 – 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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MoCo Sports and MCM’s Friday Night Lights Moves to Saturday Night

Yep, you read the title correctly – I am going over Saturday night to cover the Battle of Great Seneca – Part III in Germantown. Quince Orchard travels up Great Seneca Highway to visit undefeated Northwest in a MoCo 4A West neighborhood matchup. The road to M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore and a possible state […]

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Bullis Running Back Devonte Williams Dominates Against Landon

It was the Devonte Williams show in Potomac on Friday night at the campus of The Bullis School. The Landon defense tried hard to contain Williams but the senior running back found a way to reach the end zone five times. I unofficially have him at 200-plus yards due in part to his runs of […]

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Bullis Bulldogs Over Landon Bears, 41-14 (PHOTOS)

It was a big win for the Bullis Bulldogs over the Landon Bears, 41-14, to top homecoming week at Kline Alumni Stadium. Bullis running back Devonte Williams was impressive with five touchdowns. In case you missed the action, we have photos of the game, below: PHOTOS | PHIL FABRIZIO Read “Bullis finally beats Landon at […]

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Tonight's Friday Night Lights – Landon vs. Bullis

Tonight, I will travel to Potomac to catch the match-up between Landon and Bullis at 7 p.m. You can follow all the game action on Twitter at @Photoloaf or @MyMCMedia. MyMCMedia will provide a game synopsis on its website and on Facebook. Also, check out my website at after the game for highlight photos of […]

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Friday Night Star-Lights Part 2

October high school football games are the tease for what we can expect to come in November as teams stretch to make playoff spots. It does not matter what division or conference a team plays in they all have an eye set on the prize of extending their season or perhaps spoiling another’s. These October […]

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Poolesville's Scarecrows (PHOTOS)

The town of Poolesville’s community Scarecrow contest is underway. You can vote for your favorite scarecrow on the website of the Western Upper Montgomery County Help, Inc. Here’s a preview of the collection of community scarecrows at the Whalen Commons area. PHOTOS | Phil Fabrizio

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A Fall Photo Blog Season is upon Me

I consider the first weekend of October as the most colorful month in the greater DMV. Football, pumpkins, soybeans in farm fields turning gold, red uniforms of our local teams (Nats and Terps), colorful cyclists, clear blue sky, mums and of course turning leaves. Color is everywhere. I was able to tote my camera around […]

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A Classic: Good Counsel Over DeMatha, 21-14 (PHOTOS)

It’s already being called a classic. With less than a minute to go in the game, the Good Counsel Falcons scored a touchdown and made the extra point to go up over the DeMatha Stags, 21-14, at Dancel Field on Oct. 3 in Olney. The Falcons won this big game in front of a big […]

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Friday Night Star-Lights

Half of the high school football season has gone by and it has been my pleasure to travel around the county to photograph many games for Montgomery Community Media. In this first edition of Friday Night Star Lights, I will provide a brief introduction to those outstanding individual performances played under those Friday night lights. […]

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Friday Night Under the Lights: Panthers Over Bulldogs, 39-29 (PHOTOS)

UPDATED Sept. 26, 9:16 p.m. – The Paint Branch Panthers won their away game Friday night, Sept. 26, in Potomac against the Churchill Bulldogs. It was the Bulldogs that scored first in front of the home crowd but the Panthers quickly took over leading, 21-7, at halftime. It was a big night for Paint Branch’s […]

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