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October 14, 2018 | Phil Fabrizio

Damascus Football Makes it 49 Straight

The Damascus Hornets were stymied in the first half on their way to a 49th win as the Watkins Mill Wolverines held them scoreless.  The last time Damascus found themselves held to goose egg score in the first half was against Williamsport at home during the MPSSAA 2A semifinal in November 2017.  The Wolverines had […]

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October 7, 2018 | Phil Fabrizio

The Age of Innocence

Forgive me Bruce Hornsby and Don Henley for I have taken a play on words for your written classic “The End of Innocence”.  I found it inspirational as background music for choosing images of Sherwood High School’s “Dance the Night Away” music-themed Homecoming Dance.  Forgive me too, administrators, teachers, parents and all those chaperones for […]

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October 6, 2018 | Phil Fabrizio

Quince Orchard Tames Paint Branch Panthers 24-8

Quince Orchard tamed an upbeat Paint Branch Panther team by controlling the ball on the ground for a 24-8 win Friday night in Burtonsville.  While avoiding game-changing turnovers the Cougars ran the ball 44 times for over 270 yards.  Quince Orchard controlled their line of scrimmage and made life tough for the Panthers who only […]

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September 29, 2018 | Phil Fabrizio

Rockets Jet Past Wildcats 41-0

Homecoming for Richard Montgomery and the Rockets had their jets on as they flew past Walter Johnson 41-0. The Rockets T’Kai Ayoola’s four touchdowns and 196 first-half yards guided the Rockets to a 28-0 lead over the Wildcats.  Walter Johnson, with their new coach, Larry Hurd Jr (formerly of Clarksburg) presented his signature air attack […]

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September 21, 2018 | Phil Fabrizio

Churchill Football Continues Winning Ways

The surprise football team in Montgomery County this season just might be the Churchill Bulldogs.  As a result of their 42-7 defeat of down-county rival Walt Whitman on Friday evening Churchill now stands at 4-0.  Churchill’s road to a Maryland Regional Division championship now goes through an October 5th meeting with Northwest.  The remainder of […]

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July 24, 2018 | Phil Fabrizio

Let’s Get Ready to Rumble MCSL Style

North Potomac, MD: July 21, 2018 The meet announcer at the Westleigh Pool and Tennis Club did his best WWF  “Let’s get ready to rumble” imitations calling G Division swimmers up to blocks on an overcast and rainy MCSL Saturday morning.  “A” team swimmers for Westleigh, Manchester Farm, Forrest Knoll, Rock Creek, Old Farm and […]

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July 23, 2018 | Phil Fabrizio

National Park Service and Montgomery County Sign 10-Year Agreement

Glen Echo, MD : July 20, 2018 County Executive Ike Leggett and National Park Service (NPS) Acting Director for the National Capital Area Friday signed a 10-year Cooperative Agreement.  The agreement puts into play the continued use of NPS lands for the historic park and its numerous national register of historic structures by Montgomery County.  […]

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July 19, 2018 | Phil Fabrizio

A Chainsaw Artist and Travilah’s Eagle

TRAVILAH, MD – July 11 to July 16, 2018: Among the county roads that now define Montgomery County, the intersection of Glen and Travilah Roads is at best an east-west commuter junction point.  This area stuck between Potomac and North Potomac known as Travilah, MD might have its own zip code should one day the […]

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July 5, 2018 | Phil Fabrizio

4th of JULY Around the County

Parades and fireworks were the featured events across Montgomery County on Wednesday, July 4th.  Here are a few of the sights (no sounds) from local parades and gatherings from all along the Seneca Valley from Poolesville to Gaithersburg and down to Rockville, Md.  There was plenty of Red, White and Blue for the celebrations across […]

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July 2, 2018 | Phil Fabrizio

TPC Potomac at Avenel Farm Day 4 Notes

POTOMAC, MD: July 1, 2018 The sun came down on the TPC Potomac at Avenel Farm as Francesco Molinari accepted the capitol-esk trophy.  Molinari had this won at the 2nd hole after he hit a shot out of the bunker and sank the next put for a birdie to go 14 under.  He finished the […]

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