The Terrapins held their own against the Buckeyes, but Ohio State scored 33 second-half points to earn a 43-30 victory at SECU Stadium.
The Quince Orchard High School football team once again reached the state quarterfinals, as the No. 2-seeded Cougars defeated No. 7 seed Old Mill 21-6 Friday night at the Cougar Dome.
An interception return for a touchdown was the final blow to end Northwest’s season as the top-seeded Cougars earned a 24-14 victory to remain undefeated and reach the state quarterfinals.
Despite a rough first half, the Maryland Terrapins bounced back in the second, scoring 21 points and forcing two turnovers to earn a 31-24 home victory over Northwestern Saturday to become bowl eligible for the second consecutive year.
In a close affair, the Wildcats capitalized towards the end for the 36-20 victory over the Rockets to improve to 6-1.
The embattled Jaguars made enough plays in a sloppy affair to win its homecoming game 24-0 Friday night.
A blocked extra point attempt and a crucial flag toward the end proved costly as the Terrapins fell 31-29 to the Boilermakers.
The game remained close throughout, but the Terrapins pulled away for a 27-13 victory over the Spartans to improve to 4-1 overall and 1-1 in Big Ten play.
After trailing 13-6, Blair scored 46 unanswered points for a 52-13 blowout victory over the Bengals to improve their record to 5-0.
The Cougars, the defending 4A state champions, regained their composure to score 28 unanswered points as Quince Orchard pulled away for the 28-0 victory over Damascus to remain undefeated.
The Quince Orchard High School football team opens its season with a third consecutive win, dominating Walter Johnson 42-0 Friday night to continue its quest for a second straight state championship.
The Terrapins had to overcome many challenges, including a flashy SMU offense and multiple penalties, but they got the job done for the 34-27 victory.
Richard Montgomery High School gets the job done, defeating Bethesda-Chevy Chase for its first victory of the season.
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In a competitive affair, the Aces came through in the top of the ninth inning with two clutch runs en route to a 5-3 victory, clinching their first Cal Ripken League championship in franchise history.
While the Aces squeaked by the Big Train on a walk-off hit in the first game, Alexandria dominated most of the second game and won by the score of 13-7 in an affair that lasted nearly four hours.
BETHESDA – The Bethesda Big Train and Gaithersburg Giants held a doubleheader at Shirley Povich Field on Wednesday, with the Big Train taking the first game 11-1. Bethesda even went … Read More
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With the No. 10 pick in the 2022 NBA Draft Thursday night, the Washington Wizards selected Wisconsin guard Johnny Davis.
In a competitive affair midway through the Maryland Elite Summer Basketball League season, Northwest High School found its groove in the second half, establishing a late lead to ultimately defeating Quince Orchard 72-59 Monday night.
The Big Train did just enough to slip by the Cropdusters 3-2 Thursday at Shirley Povich Field.
Logan Donnelly converted a game-winning 3-pointer with three seconds left to give the Montgomery County-based Titans a 46-44 victory over the Eagles in summer league play.
The Winston Churchill High School boys lacrosse team once again reached the Maryland state semifinals after dominating No. 7 seeded Northwestern of Prince George’s County for a 19-2 blowout victory Wednesday night.
The Winston Churchill High School baseball team wins its second consecutive 4A West regional title, defeating Walter Johnson 11-6 Tuesday night.
Strong pitching and solid hitting were enough for the top-seeded Bulldogs to defeat the Barons 4-1 Saturday afternoon.
Read how the Montgomery County boys lacrosse champions started its quest for a state title against a local rival.
On Thursday night, No. 1-seeded Maryland met the No. 4-seeded Blue Jays again in the Big 10 semifinals. Despite it being a slightly more competitive match, the Terrapins still come out on top 16-11.
Returning quarterback Taulia Tagovailoa and transfer wide receiver Jacob Copeland provided the game’s main highlights as the Red Team beat the White Team 14-3.
Gavin Gumucio scored five goals to lift Churchill to a 17-8 victory over Walter Johnson.
The Winston Churchill High School baseball team scored 10 consecutive runs to earn a 17-7 victory over Sherwood Saturday afternoon.
In this year’s edition of the Capital Lacrosse Classic at Audi Field Saturday afternoon, the Terrapins flexed its offensive muscle against No. 2 Virginia to earn a 23-12 victory to win their seventh straight.
After a rough start in the Maryland 4A high school boys basketball playoffs, No. 2 Winston Churchill bounced back to earn a 70-53 victory over No. 7 North Point.
The Bulldogs dominated early on until the Wildcats soon caught up to them. However, Churchill hung on for the 68-55 victory in Potomac.
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Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School boys basketball team avenged a January loss against their rivals by defeating Winston Churchill 66-60 Thursday, ending the Bulldogs’ 16-game undefeated streak.
In a competitive matchup, Churchill escapes Quince Orchard with a 54-41 victory to improve to 14-0.
Donta Scott scored a career-high 25 points to lift Maryland to an 81-65 home victory.
The Terrapins looked strong during the first half, but the Scarlet Knights came back from a double-digit deficit to earn a 70-59 victory.
The Terps faced former ACC foe Virginia Tech in the New Era Pinstripe Bowl at Yankee Stadium, with Maryland coming out on top for a dominating 54-10 victory.
On Thursday night, Churchill took care of business against Springbrook to earn an 80-41 blowout victory in its home opener.
After playing their way into the postseason, the Maryland Terrapins will face Virginia Tech in the New Era Pinstripe Bowl at Yankee Stadium in Bronx, New York.
However, Jim Harbaugh’s squad proved too much, as the Wolverines earned a dominate 59-18 blowout victory over the Terrapins Saturday.
When American University men’s basketball had its home opener against Marist College last Tuesday, the game also featured the DMV return of Jao Ituka.
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.
However, the Terrapins were no match for the Nittany Lions and Jahan Dotson in a disappointing 31-14 loss Saturday afternoon.
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.
On Homecoming weekend, the University of Maryland football team bounced back from three consecutive losses to defeat a competitive Indiana 38-35 Saturday
GERMANTOWN – Both Quince Orchard and Northwest High School football teams entered Friday’s rivalry game undefeated in what was touted as a possible Game of the Year contender in Montgomery … Read More
Against Poolesville Friday night, the Bulldogs continued their winning ways, holding off a Falcons’ comeback in a competitive contest to celebrate homecoming weekend with a 34-20 victory.