Kids can't all be star athletes. Here's how schools can welcome more students to play
Going into his last tennis match of the school year, high school senior Lorris Nzouakeu knew he might get knocked out in straight sets. He was scheduled for one of the first matches of the day during the regionals competition in western Maryland, against a student from another school who'd won the championship last year.
Promising early returns for FSK Post 11 in legion baseball win over Woodsboro Post 282
There are many new faces on the FSK Post 11 baseball team. Nearly two-thirds of its roster has turned over from last year’s state championship-winning squad, including most of its starters. Its replacements are expected to contribute right away, and it will take a few games for them to gain chemistry.
FC Frederick falls to Annapolis before record crowd
ANNAPOLIS — Annapolic Blues FC scored three goals in the final 18 minutes to rally past FC Frederick 4-2 in an NPSL match Saturday evening at Navy-Marine Corp Stadium. The contest was played before an NPSL record 8,368 spectators.
Artist unveils plan for sports mural honoring Frederick’s greatest athletes
FREDERICK, Md. (DC News Now) — A mural showcasing Frederick County’s greatest athletes at the Harry Grove Stadium is expected in 2025. It’s expected to be 550 feet long and 14 feet high. Yemi Fagbohun is the artist of this new sports mural. When the opportunity presented itself to create what could be one of […]
Becca DiNunzio captures the Donna Andrews Invitational
Virginia Tech women's golfer Becca DiNunzio carded a 6-under 210 to capture The Donna Andrews Invitational at Virginia's Boonsboro Country Club. It was a good tournament all around for The Hokies. In addition to DiNunzio's first-place performance, incoming first-year Emily Mathews took sixth at 1-under 215. Mathews, a native of Mebane, N.C., won low junior honors at The Donna. Rising sophomore Morgan Ketchum tied for 25th at 11-over 227 to round out the three players from Virginia Tech that finished in the top 25.
“An extraordinary teacher, coach and administrator”: James Kuhn retires after 28 years at Whitman
Ever since his first day teaching at Whitman in 1995, James Kuhn has devoted every second of his career to educating. Both in the classroom and on the field, his encouraging smile and positive attitude always leave a lasting impression on students and staff. Whether it be as a coach, department head or math teacher, Kuhn’s teaching has inspired many students to succeed inside and outside the classroom. After 28 years at Whitman, he will retire at the end of the 2022-2023 school year.
Forest, June 06 High School ⚽ Game Notice
The Tuscarora High School soccer team will have a game with Jefferson Forest High School on June 06, 2023, 17:30:00 CST.
FerryHawks lose two before returning home tonight to honor NYPD
After a dominant series-opening win on Tuesday, the Staten Island FerryHawks dropped the next two games of their series against Frederick, 12-6, and 7-6 respectively, in Maryland on Wednesday and Thursday. On Wednesday, Staten Island sent 22-year old Florida native Blake Loubier to the mound for his second start of...
Sports mural honoring hundreds of sports figures celebrated at stadium
Plans for a 550-foot-long mural featuring 250 sports figures from Frederick County history were celebrated at a ceremony Thursday at Harry Grove Stadium. The mural, by local artist Yemi, will highlight major figures from 1895 to 2020. It will run alongside the outside of the stadium.
Catoctin's Joey McMannis named Maryland Gatorade Player of the Year for baseball
Joey McMannis woke up Friday to a slew of texts. That’s how the Catoctin pitcher and first baseman found out he was named the Gatorade Maryland Baseball Player of the Year, with all of the congratulations pouring in.
Rockville Montgomery Lowers Three Mixed Free Relay NAG Records At Maryland State Champs
LCM (50 meters) Results on Meet Mobile: “Maryland State LC Championship”. The Rockville Montgomery Swim Club (RMSC) took down a trio of National Age Group relay records relays at the Maryland State Long Course Championships over the weekend, doing so in the mixed free events across three different age groups.
Potomac Soccer Association Holds 43rd Annual Potomac Memorial Tournament at Maryland SoccerPlex
The Potomac Soccer Association hosted its 43rd Annual Potomac Memorial Tournament on May 26-29 in Montgomery and Frederick Counties. The tournament, primarily held at the Maryland SoccerPlex, was a premier U9-U19-aged Boys Teams elite level tournament open to U.S. Youth Soccer (USYS) and U.S. Club Soccer League Premier teams. U9...
RBC Canadian Open Preview
Rory McIlroy will have his eyes set on a three-peat at this week's Canadian Open but he'll have a new course to learn as the event moves to Oakdale Golf and Country Club. The Canadian Open moves around frequently with five different courses hosting since the 2011 edition. This week's...
Limestone Adds Evan Fosten to the Defense
6/3/23 – Clarksburg, MD – Long-stick midfielder Evan Fosten has committed to division-two Limestone after a successful high school career at Our Lady of Good Counsel. Fosten is a member of the class of 2023 and looks to add defensive help to the Limestone Saints’ defense. The future collegiate midfielder will major in Business at the next level.
Poolesville Pulse presents senior videos – Ian Rodriguez
Ian is a senior in the Humanities program. This is his first year writing for The Pulse. He plays for the school’s Varsity Football and Lacrosse teams....
Wagner returns to Tuscarora boys basketball as co-coach; Rawlins to lead Titans girls
When Dan Wagner joined Tuscarora High in its opening year in 2003, he had the unique opportunity to build the school’s boys basketball program from the ground up. His seven years as a head coach with the Titans proved quite fruitful. Wagner turned them into a consistent winning force, and he was named the FNP’s coach of the year twice. But Wagner stepped down in 2010 to focus on raising his family, promising he’d be back one day.
Boys Soccer: Loudoun County Avenges Tuscarora, Claims VHSL Region 4C Title
Leesburg, Va. — Kiko Dudley photographed Loudoun County High School’s boys soccer game against Tuscarora High School in Leesburg on June 1 and posted this photo gallery with 300+ photos! After a 0-0 tie ended overtime, Loudoun County senior keeper Fernando Saturno Alvarado made a huge save to start PKs as the Captains claimed the VHSL Region 4C title, 6-5 in PKs, over the Huskies.
FerryHawks pound out 13 runs, 23 hits in easy victory
FREDERICK Md. -- The Staten Island FerryHawks (11-16) rolled into Nymeo Field at Harry Grove Stadium on Tuesday night with a winning attitude after splitting a four-game weekend series with the Lexington Counter Clocks, including a 6-3 win in the series finale on Monday. It resulted in a blistering 23-hit,...
Frederick ALPB's bats break out against Staten Island to snap skid
Frederick's Atlantic League baseball team used a trio of four-run innings to blast past Staten Island Wednesday and snap its three-game skid with a 12-6 win. Kole Cottam opened Frederick's outburst with an RBI single in the second and helped cap it with a seventh-inning two-run homer. Raudy Read followed in the seventh with a two-run single, backing up his RBI double in the fourth. Both Cottam and Read had three RBIs.
Montgomery County seeks to convert tennis courts to regional pickleball hub
SILVER SPRING, Md. - Montgomery County is seeking public input on plans to convert tennis courts to six dedicated pickleball courts in Silver Spring. The plans proposed by Montgomery Parks would create a regional pickleball hub to address increasing demand in the area. The hub would be at East Norbeck...
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