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Lexie Brown ends up a two and through Terp

University of Maryland women’s basketball standout Lexie Brown is two and through in College Park. Maryland head coach Brenda Frese announced on Tuesday that Brown, a rising junior, has been granted a release from her scholarship. Brown, a 5-foot-9 point guard, averaged 13.3 points per game and was named to…
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Driesell leaves the Citadel for San Jose State

After spending the past five seasons as head coach of the men’s basketball program at The Citadel, Springbrook High graduate Chuck Driesell will get a new beginning at San Jose State. Driesell, a former Springbrook basketball standout, parted ways with The Citadel in March after the school opted not to…
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Walter Johnson grad gets head coach job at Washington College

Bethesda native Aaron Goodman has been named the head men’s basketball coach at . The NCAA Division III college is located on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. Goodman has spent the past nine seasons as an assistant at the Naval Academy in Annapolis. “We are excited to welcome Coach Goodman to our…
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Hutchinson joins Rice Owls

Former Montrose Christian assistant coach Josh Hutchinson has joined the women’s basketball program at Rice University. Hutchinson, a Montrose Christian graduate, has joined Rice head coach Tina Langley’s staff as an assistant coach. “Josh Hutchinson is going to be a tremendous addition to our coaching staff,” said Langley. “His high…
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Sherwood Warriors claim 4th Title

  COLLEGE PARK – Junior leftfielder Marisa Mancini caught the final out to seal Sherwood’s 4-0 victory over Northwest Saturday in the 4A state championship game at Maryland Softball Stadium. Sherwood hasn’t lost a game since 2011 and set a new state record for consecutive wins this season. “It’s the…
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Bullis quarterback decides to stay close to home as a Terp

POTOMAC – Bullis quarterback Dwayne Haskins Jr. announced his college decision on Friday in the school’s Blair Center auditorium amidst a gathering of friends, family, students and supporters. The junior chose to commit to Maryland after narrowing his list down to seven schools including Alabama, Rutgers, Florida, Penn State, Notre…
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Tarke of Gaithersburg basketball signs with University of Charleston

Gaithersburg High School boys’ basketball standout Anthony Tarke has made a college decision. Tarke, who earned All-Sentinel Co-Player of the Year honors during the 2014-15 campaign, has signed a National Letter of Intent to play next season at the University of Charleston. “He’s a great kid and he has a…
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Washington Spirit grind out a victory

  Two minutes of stoppage time was what the Spirit needed to win the match at Maureen Hendricks Field on Saturday. As time quickly ticked by and the match looked as if it would end with a nil-nil outcome, an opening emerged compliments of Tori Huster. Crystal Dunn wasted no…
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Gaithersburg baseball team wins a regional crown

GAITHERSBURG – For the second straight year, the Gaithersburg High School baseball team will represent Montgomery County in the state semifinals. The Trojans powered their way past Blair Friday with a 6-3 win to capture the 4A West Region championship. “Anytime you can win a region title it’s a big…
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Landon captures second-straight IAC lacrosse title

BETHESDA – For the second straight year, Landon lacrosse reigns supreme in the Interstate Athletic Conference.   The Bears captured the IAC title Saturday afternoon with a 14-9 win over archrival Georgetown Prep at Bordley Stadium’s Triplett Field. “We knew this game was going to be a game of runs…
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