Keeping Up With the Kids

December 14, 2014 | Krista Brick

Chevy Chase Tennis Teen Earns National Distinction (VIDEO)

Patrick Cha of Chevy Chase played football, basketball and baseball in middle school, but never tennis. But, a brain bleed when he was 12 left him with a loss of his peripheral vision and unable to play contact sports. So Cha, found his way to tennis and never looked back. This weekend, Cha was honored […]

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November 19, 2014 | Krista Brick

MoCo’s Fall Sports Teams Leave Season on Top

It’s November- transition time between fall and winter sports. But many of Montgomery’s fall athletes are saying goodbye to a season had them earning top  billing in the state this season. Here’s a look at some of them. There’s no doubt that soccer is a winning sport at Walt Whitman High School. Both the boys’ […]

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October 27, 2014 | Krista Brick

QO’s Girls Soccer Coach Shares Her Thoughts on the Sport

As high school soccer teams head to the playoffs, MyMCMedia caught up with Peg Keiller, coach of the Quince Orchard High School girls soccer team. She talks about advice for younger players, preparing for physical play and role of parents. Here’s our discussion- 1- How long have you been coaching? I have been coaching soccer […]

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September 10, 2014 | Krista Brick

Portable is Here to Stay

Everything is portable these days. You can bring your favorite TV show along with you via your Iphone, you can monitor how well you sleep via a special bracelet, heck, there’s even squeezable apple sauce in case you needed that to be portable too. But, in Montgomery County what seems to be a mainstay are […]

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August 20, 2014 | Krista Brick

So…What Was in Those Backpacks the Last Day of School?

Confession…. I have backpacks hanging in a mudroom in my house that have not been touched since they slid off my children’s backs the final day of school in June. They are still zipped up and eyeing me as a passed them by all summer. Yes, I thought about opening them often, but just never […]

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August 10, 2014 | Krista Brick

August’s Challenge: The 18-Pack of Crayons

If you are at any of the major retailers in August you might bump into a frantic parent with a school supply list in hand racing to find the 18-count box of crayons  specified on the list. Oh, you can easily find the 24-pack or the 12-pack but the supply list will specifically say an […]

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