Diboti-Lobe scores 29 in overtime win over Clarksburg.
The Whitman boys' basketball team won the 4A West region championship.
Vikings will host Blair Wednesday in section final.
The Whitman boys' basketball team beat B-CC 48-47 on Monday.
Vikings beat Paint Branch despite slow offensive start.
The Whitman girls' basketball team is ready for another deep postseason run.
Bulldogs extend win streak to five with OT victory over Einstein.
The Churchill boys' basketball team has won five straight.
With long drives, solid putts and confident chips, the 18-hole women of Bethesda Country Club (BCC) won the Challenge Cup for the first time since the competition began eight years ago.
Vikings have won two of last three region titles.
The Whitman girls' basketball team opened the season with a loss to Neumann-Goretti.
The Potomac Hunt Club hosted its annual Opening Meet on Oct. 31 — the formal start of the fox hunting season.
Rubin, Morakis, Maizel score goals in Patriots victory over rival Bulldogs.
The Wootton field hockey team beat Churchill 3-0 on Wednesday.
Patriots have reached region final or beyond three straight years.
The Wootton field hockey team has advanced to the region championship game or beyond in each of the last three seasons. This year, if the Patriots are going to make another deep playoff run, they will have to do so without graduated goal-scoring threat Julia Lee.
Bulldogs have reached region semis or beyond four straight years.
The Churchill field hockey program has lost in the region semifinals the last three years.
Kayakers participate in the Potomac River Festival’s Great Falls race on Saturday, July 11.
Churchill graduate Louis Dubick helped the South team win the Under Armour All-America Game on July 3.
Spring horse trials were Saturday, June 13, at Bittersweet Field in Poolesville.
Program teaches golf and life skills.
Golf fans may one day see the name Brittany Campbell of Silver Spring on the Ladies Professional Golf Association tour. The 13-year-old middle-school student shot the longest drive of all the female golfers in her competition last year. Golf has become her passion since she started in The First Tee program with free lessons at Sligo Creek Golf Course four years ago. “I’m trying to get into college on a scholarship,” she said. “But I still play to have fun … that’s my goal.”
New assisted living facility is proposed.
Potomac Tennis and Fitness Club (PTC) and Potomac Pilates members are fearful, angry and disheartened that their favorite recreational facility may be demolished within a year or two.