This week marked a personal milestone, if not a miracle.
Urbana junior Kevin Li relished the chance to win a Frederick County boys singles title for the third straight year.
My Memorial Day weekend to-do list hasn’t changed much over the past couple decades.
When they’re not playing for Urbana’s girls lacrosse team, Avery Hines, Jadelyn Coleman and Natalie Voorhees are often cheering on their school’s boys lacrosse team.
Urbana High School’s nickname, Hawks, is written in slightly arched, blue capital letters.
St. John’s Catholic Prep’s athletic leagues, the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association for boys and the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland for girls, officially canceled the 2020 spring sports season on Tuesday because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The high school football team had 28 players show up for its first workout, the most in recent memory, and its ambitious schedule was touted as the best in years.
With the spring sports season and the state basketball semifinals still hanging in the balance, Kevin Kendro, the supervisor of athletics and extracurricular activities for Frederick County Public Schools, is the guest this week on The Final Score podcast.
One day before it was scheduled to play in a state semifinal at the University of Maryland, the Oakdale boys basketball team found out that its season was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Fresh off of her second state championship in wrestling, Middletown’s Kalin Bower and her father, Chris, are the guest’s this week on The Final Score podcast.