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.
In a close affair, the Wildcats capitalized towards the end for the 36-20 victory over the Rockets to improve to 6-1.
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.
QO Too Much For Old Mill GAITHERSBURG — Ten years ago, the Quince Orchard High School football team faced Old Mill in the Maryland state championship, with the Cougars losing … Read More
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.
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
ROCKVILLE – Under new head coach Travis Hawkins, the Northwest High School football team has started the season hot, securing three shutout victories and scoring 110 points. Against Richard Montgomery … Read More
QO Defense Stands Tall, Remains Undefeated GAITHERSBURG — Two undefeated Montgomery County high school football teams faced off after winning their season openers this past week, as Quince Orchard hosted … Read More