Despite a late comeback by the Barons, the Bulldogs held on for the 27-13 victory, winning a 4A West regional title and advancing to the program’s first state semifinal game since 1995.
The Bulldogs had no problems knocking off their low-seeded opponents, crushing the visiting Rockets 41-12 to advance to the next round.
Quince Orchard finished just enough plays down the stretch to beat the Jaguars 34-21 to improve to 8-0 on the season and win the Montgomery County 4A West Division regular-season title.
The Terrapins looked sloppy against a two-win Fighting Illini team, as it came down to the wire with Illinois leaving College Park with a 27-24 upset victory.
In the defensive affair, the Bulldogs tamed Northwest, earning a critical 15-7 victory, handing the Jaguars their first loss of the season.
Gideon Ituka scored three touchdowns and Michael Nwaogwugwu collected two interceptions as Gaithersburg High School defeated Sherwood 35-21.
Quince Orchard High School wins its 35th straight high school football game, shutting out Churchill 35-0.
In a contest that involved a lot of defense, the Bulldogs battled to earn a 30-0 shutout victory over the Patriots.
In their home opener against Towson, the Terps again showed much promise behind star quarterback Taulia Tagovailoa and a strong defense for the 38-6 blowout victory.
In a combative but mostly defensive affair, the visiting Wildcats were able to hold off the Barons for the 21-14 victory to open the 2023 high school football season.
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Amari Allen’s bases-clearing hit resulted in nine runs for the Aces en route to a 12-5 victory over the Big Train at Shirley Povich Field.
The two-time defending state champion Sherwood High School baseball team will return to the finals once again after cruising in the 4A state semifinals to a 9-2 victory over No. 3 Severna Park Tuesday afternoon.
The Bulldogs steamrolled past the Patriots 15-4 to secure Churchill’s eighth straight regional title since 2015.
The Maryland men’s lacrosse team were unable to stop the Black Knights, losing in the first round of the NCAA tournament.
The Wildcats were able to capitalize behind Noah Diamond’s four goals for the 9-7 victory over the Barons to advance to the next round.
In Montgomery County baseball action, the Vikings capped off a late-game rally in extra innings to earn a 7-6 win over the Swamin’ Hornets.
In the University of Maryland’s annual Red-White Spring Game, fans were treated to a tight affair, ending with the Red team squeaking away with a 20-19 victory.
The Blue Jays earned a 12-11 victory over the Terps, winning a share of the Big Ten regular season title.
The Bulldogs hosted Quince Orchard — a team with only one loss — and despite a competitive affair, Churchill did enough for the 16-11 victory Monday night to improve to 8-0.
In a high-scoring yet tight affair, the Sherwood High School boys lacrosse team stuck to its winning ways, handing Quince Orchard its first loss of the season, earning a 16-14 away victory Monday night.
Walt Whitman High School’s baseball team earned its fifth straight victory, defeating Churchill 6-2 to continue its strong start to the 2023 season.
The Winston Churchill High School baseball team opened the 2023 season with three straight victories after the Bulldogs earned an 11-1 win over Northwest in six innings on Tuesday afternoon.
The Maryland men’s lacrosse team earn a 13-10 victory against Penn State to open Big Ten Conference play.
The Winston Churchill high school boys lacrosse team started the defense of its Maryland title in top form, thanks in part to an eight-point performance by Alex Caraballo, to earn a dominating 16-6 victory at Damascus.
The Winston Churchill girls basketball team falls to Glen Burnie in the 4A state championship game in College Park, Maryland.
Isaiah Mbeng scored the game-winning shot at the buzzer to lift Churchill to a 53-50 victory for its second county championship.
Jahmir Young scored a team-high 20 points as Maryland shocked Purdue 68-54 in front of a sellout crowd at Xfinity Center.
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The Damascus High School boys’ basketball team did enough to defeat Richard Montgomery 78-69 to remain undefeated.
Preston Kuhn scored 20 points as Walt Whitman High School’s boys basketball team earned a 56-51 victory over rivals Blake.
Jahmir Young scored 22 points as the Maryland men’s basketball team earned a dominant 73-55 victory over Wisconsin.
Maryland stepped up against their Big Ten foes at home, earning a 64-58 victory over the Wolverines.
After a slow start, the Bulldogs got themselves together and dominated the rest of the way for the 69-48 victory over the Bears to improve to 16-1 overall this season.
Wootton took full advantage in the second half to earn a 54-43 win over Richard Montgomery.
Ezekiel Avit and Nick Goldberg scored a combined 35 points to lift Churchill to a 68-59 victory over Richard Montgomery.
Churchill’s girls basketball team earned a 56-41 victory over Walter Johnson to improve to 6-0 heading into winter break.
The Rockets boys’ basketball team dominated the home affair, earning a 67-36 victory over the Cougars.
The Churchill High School boys basketball team defeated Gaithersburg 64-49 to open its season.
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.
The Maryland Terrapins football team fired on all cylinders for a 37-0 shutout victory over Rutgers Saturday afternoon.
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.