Leonard, Dubick score five goals apiece against Sherwood.
The Churchill boys' lacrosse team will face Wootton for the 4A/3A region title.
“Ambassadors for the Potomac.”
Pitcher, founder of Potomac Paddlesports, opened Potomac Outfitters last Thursday, May 2, in the Potomac Promenade, in the mall next to Potomac Pizza.
Seniors Rosenthal, Gertzog lead Vikings to winning record.
The Whitman softball team improved to 4-3 with a win over Richard Montgomery on Monday.
Senior Goldberg scores five goals for Bulldogs.
The Bullis boys' lacrosse team beats opponent from California.
Third annual First Tee luncheon to support program.
Thousands of children in Montgomery County have learned to play golf each summer through a junior golf program called The First Tee of Montgomery County. Through this organization, they gain more than learning to putt, chip and drive the ball.
Bulldogs reach region semifinals for third consecutive year.
Churchill will host Quince Orchard tonight in the 4A West semifinals.
County Council approves spending for artificial turf at Wootton.
Councilmember Marc Elrich took an authentic stand against artificial turf. “I continue to be concerned with the health and environmental impacts,” he said. “I’ve talked with toxicologists and in the space of five minutes I get information that is reassuring and then I get information that is disconcerting. It’s hard to know where to come out.”
Council action paves way for artificial turf field to be installed at Wootton by August.
Montgomery County Council approved a $1.1 million appropriation to the Capital Improvements Program Tuesday, Feb. 5, for the building of an artificial turf field at Wootton High School.
Vikings winning with teamwork, despite injuries.
The Whitman girls' basketball team defeated B-CC on Monday.
Pediatric researchers say unstructured play can help a child’s cognitive, physical, emotional and social development.
Can climbing on monkey bars help a child’s cognitive development? Can a game of tag boost preschooler’s social skills? The nation’s top pediatricians say “yes” and some local educators agree.
O’Neil goal, Tsakos assist propel Patriots past Wildcats.
The Wootton boys' soccer team advanced to the state tournament with an overtime victory against Walter Johnson on Nov. 5.
Bulldog seniors play final regular season home game.
The Churchill football team defeated Wootton, 24-14, on Oct. 26.
Senior captain Walker scores game’s lone goal.
The Bullis field hockey team defeated St. Stephen's & St. Agnes, 1-0, on Oct. 11.
Bulldogs to face 5-1 St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes Saturday.
The Bullis football team defeated Bishop McNamara, 26-3, on Oct. 5.
Patriots edge Vikings in overtime.
The Wootton boys' soccer team defeated Whitman in overtime on Oct. 8.