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Montgomery County implements new security measures for high school football games

The Quince Orchard Cougars and the Damascus Hornets faced off under the Friday night lights, renewing one of the biggest football rivalries in Montgomery County. It was the first high school football game held in the county since new safety measures were put in place after a massive brawl broke out at a game between Gaithersburg High School and Northwest High School last week. FOX 5's Chad Ricardo has the story.
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Another Game, Another Shutout for Quince Orchard

Quince Orchard stayed undefeated and handed Damascus its first loss this season in a 28-0 home victory. Quince Orchard’s front seven contained the Hornets’ usually potent rushing attack. Senior linebacker Matthieu Longa recorded several tackles, and the defensive line held its ground throughout the game. The Cougars’ secondary...
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Flint Hill football team wins in Richmond, ends losing streak

Sparked by scoring three touchdowns on defense, the Flint Hill Huskies (1-2) earned their first victory of the high-school football season the afternoon of Sept. 23 in Richmond with a 37-28 non-conference road victory over the Collegiate Cougars. The win was the first for Flint Hill since the 2019 campaign,...

Rival high schools honor late sister of former football player

One of the biggest high school football games took place in Montgomery County Friday night between the Quince Orchard Cougars and the Damascus Hornets. Players and fans from both teams came together to honor the late sister of former Damascus star Bryan Bresee. Ella Bresee died after a battle with brain cancer.

Maryland to Stay Local Play TPC Potomac

POTOMAC, MD - The Maryland men's golf team is returning to the fairways for its second tournament of the season for the Howard University and the University of San Francisco Collegiate Invitational this week, just 30 minutes away from College Park. Over the two-day tournament (Sept. 26-27), the Terrapins will...
Inside Nova

Sept. 23 high school football roundup: Battlefield, Brentsville win big

BATTLEFIELD 35, OSBOURN 0: Braden Boggs threw four touchdown passes Friday in the Bobcats’ Cedar Run District win on the road. Damier Minkah caught two of them for 126 yards on 44 and 82 yards in the third quarter. Brandon Binkowski added an 8-yard one (four receptions for 22 yards) and Brodie Carroll the other on a 33-yard score.

LHU: Women’s Soccer falls to Shepherd, 2-1

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W. VA – The Lock Haven women’s soccer team (3-5-1, 1-5-1 PSAC East) dropped a road contest with Shepherd (4-4-2, 3-4-1 PSAC East), 2-1, on Saturday afternoon in Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Eastern Division action. The Golden Rams started fast and notched two goals in four...

Crummitt fires up Oakdale, Bears rally in second half for big win over Linganore

Oakdale football coach Kurt Stein was raving about his offensive and defensive lines before the season. And guys like Josh Crummitt are the reason why. Crummitt, the senior center and emotional leader, delivered another rousing speech for his team at halftime Friday, which lifted the Bears out of their first-half slumber and sparked a major come-from-behind home win over Linganore.

Warriors Come From Behind to Defeat Shepherd in Five Sets

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.V. – The East Stroudsburg University volleyball team extended their winning streak to four games after coming from behind to defeat Shepherd, 3-2, on Friday night inside the Butcher Center. The set scores were 25-18, 14-25, 26-28, 25-20, 15-8. The Warriors improve to 8-7 overall, 2-0 in the PSAC East and 4-2 all-time against the Rams, who drop their sixth consecutive match, falling to 8-6 on the season and 0-2 in the conference.

Rams rally late, beat California in overtime

SHEPHERDSTOWN — In a bristling game with momentum changes, swaying emotions and draining penalties, it was Shepherd University that scored the final 13 points to carry its unbeaten record to another week, when it edged California University of Pennsylvania, 26-23, in overtime. The 5,634 fans in bright sunshine at...
Fairfax Times

Professional bull riders head to Fairfax

The thrills and excitement of bull riding comes to Fairfax when EagleBank Arena hosts the Challenger Series’ Professional Bull Riders Autolite FRAM Invitational on Sept. 24 and 25. Over those two nights, some of the best bull riders in the world will battle the sport’s rankest bovine athletes in...

Langley golfers set records in winning district title

An impressive performance by the Langley Saxons of breaking multiple scoring records brought head-shaking reactions, including one from the golf team’s longtime coach Al Berg. “I should stop being surprised what these talented players keep doing over the years,” Berg said. Langley won the two-day Liberty District high-school...