Terps 80 – Retrievers 64
Wizards 116 – Sixers 111
Churchill’s girls basketball team earned a 56-41 victory over Walter Johnson to improve to 6-0 heading into winter break.
Wizards 107 – Clippers 114
Terps 75 – Peacocks 45
Hoyas 89 – Musketeers 102
Terps 85 – Huskies 78
The Rockets boys’ basketball team dominated the home affair, earning a 67-36 victory over the Cougars.
In this edition of The Bad Hombres FC Podcast, José and Mario discussed the Gio Reyna World Cup controversy and how it was handled by USMNT head coach Gregg Berhalter. The duo also talked about the Washington Spirit going full time at Audi Field and the passing of soccer journalist Grant Wahl.
No. 20 Maryland hang on for an 85-78 win Sunday afternoon, earning its first win over UConn in program history.
The Churchill High School boys basketball team defeated Gaithersburg 64-49 to open its season.
Lakers 130 – Wizards 119
The No. 20 Maryland women’s basketball team could not keep up with Nebraska’s lights-out shooting as the Terrapins fell in their conference opener 90-67 Sunday.
Jaz Shelley scored 29 points, including six 3-pointers, as Nebraska defeated No. 20 Maryland 90-67 on Sunday afternoon in the Terrapins’ Big Ten opener.
The Damascus High School football team won its 5th MPSSAA state championship since 2015 — its 12th overall — after defeating Oakdale 21-14 Saturday night.
The Quince Orchard High School football team scored 22 unanswered points to win its second straight state title with a 32-7 victory over Charles H. Flowers.
Photo by: Alp Torumtay
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