On Thursday night, Churchill took care of business against Springbrook to earn an 80-41 blowout victory in its home opener.
No. 2 Northwest High School proved once again why they are considered one of the best football teams in the state with a 42-6 blowout victory over No. 3 Churchill in the second round of the Maryland 4A West high school playoffs Friday night.
In a very competitive and close affair, the Bulldogs did just enough for the 20-14 home win and Churchill’s first playoff victory since 2011.
The Churchill High School football team scored the game’s lone touchdown to deficit Bethesda Chevy-Chase, 7-0, Friday night.
On the last day of the regular season for the Maryland Elite Basketball Varsity Summer League Monday night, Churchill High School got off to a scorching hot start and finished strong for the 41-30 victory over Springbrook.
In a back-and-forth affair, where the score was deadlocked multiple times, Ralph Martino hit the game-winner for National Christian Academy to help the Eagles escape with the 77-74 victory over Churchill.
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