Middletown High School Football has been known for their physicial play over the years large in part to their offensive tackle Will McClain. Now the former Knight his taking his talents to the University of Maryland.
After helping lead the Fort Hill Sentinels to back to back state championships, former standout, Ty Johnson, will be stepping on the gridiron at Maryland come fall.
Ej Donahue was one of the more imposing offensive lineman in the State of Maryland last year and he has decided to take his talents to the University of Maryland.
On Thursday, Williamsport High School named former JV head coach and varsity offensive coordinator, Tim Small, as their new head football coach.
Former Frankfort High School quarterback, Gage Shaffer, will continue his football career at the University of Maryland.
The Baltimore Ravens held their Play like a Raven clinic for kids at Williamsport High School. Former Ravens Jamal Lewis and Brad Jackson were at the clinic teaching the youngsters.
Three players from the four-state will represent Maryland in the Big 33 Game as they play against the best in Pennsylvania.
On Wednesday, both Vince Ahearn and Tuscarora AD, Mark Wolcott, confirmed that Ahearn would be the Titans new head football coach for the 2015-2016 season.
On Tuesday, Williamsport High School Head football coach Vince Ahearn resigned from his position.
Former Musselman Appleman, Trevon Wesco, committed to play football at West Virginia University.
On Wednesday, ten student athletes from Governor Thomas Johnson High School signed their NLI's to continue their academic and athletic careers.
Four Oakdale student athletes signed National Letters of Intent on Wednesday afternoon.
Seven Linganore Lancer athletes signed their National Letters of Intent Tuesday afternoon.
WHAG April Student Athlete of the Month: Martinsburg's Eric Brown and Oakdale's Melissa Semkiw
North Hagerstown's Raughn Carter signed his National Letter of Intent to play football at St. Francis University.
March Student Athlete of the Month: Keyser's Ryan Streets
Oakdale star quarterback Alex Mason signs his National Letter of Intent to play football for Glenville State.
Millbrook, Walkersville and Williamsport all had student athletes that signed National Letters of Intent on Friday afternoon.
North Hagerstown's Preston Carey committed to play football at Coastal Carolina University on Thursday afternoon.
WHAG's Bejoy Joseph looks at all the outstanding performances from 2014 on the high school football field in Pennsylvania.
WHAG's Bejoy Joseph takes a look back at the very best high school football performances in Virginia.
WHAG's Bejoy Joseph takes a look back at the best performaces of the 2014 West Virginia high school football season.
WHAG's Dorian Craft looks back at the best performances of the 2014 football season in the Maryland 1A classification.
WHAG'S Dorian Craft awards the very best performaces of 2014 in the Maryland 2A classification.
WHAG's Dorian Craft takes a look back and recognizes the very best of Maryland 3A high school football.
WHAG January Student Athlete of the Month: Linganore's Grant Waxter and Martinsburg's Kierra Fyre.
James Wood defeated Millbrook by one point on October 24th; WHAG's Bejoy Joseph takes a look back at the Winchester thriller.
WHAG's Bejoy Joseph catches up with the back to back 1A state champs, the Fort Hill Sentinels.
Monday MVP is Fort Hill's Raen Smith, who ran for 122 yards with 3 touchdowns in the Sentinels 40-8 win over Frederick Douglass for the 2014 Maryland 1-A State Championship.
The Frankfort Falcoms fell to the Bridgeport Indians, 43-7, in the West Virginia Class AA State Championship.
The Frankfort Falcons get ready to take on defending Class AA state champion, Bridgeport, in their first state title game in the school's 38 year history.
December WHAG Male Student Athlete of the Month: John Handley High School's Will Dearing
Monday MVPs: Gage Shaffer and Brady Watson of Frankfort
WV Class AAA High School Football State Semifinal: Martinsburg-7 Capital-35 WV Class AA High School Football State Semifinal: Westside-16 Frankfort-49
The Fort Hill Sentinels won their rematch with Surrattsville in the state semifinal to advance to their second straight 1A state final game.
The Martinsburg Bulldogs and Frankfort Falcons are ready for their respective state semifinal games on Saturday afternoon.
A lot is on the line for the Fort Hill Sentinels in Friday night's state semifinal -- a 26 game winning streak and a return trip to the 1A state final. WHAG's Bejoy Joseph has more.
The Martinsburg Bulldogs won against Point Pleasant on Saturday afternoon to advance to the West Virginia Class AAA state semifinals.
Friday Night Sports Connection 11/21/2014 Part 1: Linganore vs. Damascus, North Carroll vs. Fort Hill
Friday Night Sports Connection 11/21/2014 Part 2: Nicholas County vs. Frankfort, Sherando vs. Liberty
The Martinsburg Bulldogs cruised to a 52-3 victory over Buckhannon-Upshur in the opening round of the WV Class AAA state playoffs, while Frankfort rolled over Wyoming East, 39-0, in Class AA.
Friday Night Sports Connection 11/14/2014 Part 1: Northern Garrett vs. Fort Hill, Allegany vs. North Carroll, South Hagerstown vs. Linganore
Friday Night Sports Connection 11/14/2014 Part 2: South Carroll vs. Oakdale, James Wood vs. Sherando, Keyser vs. Robert C. Byrd
Monday MVP: Linganore's Grant Waxter made plays on offense, defense and special teams against Urbana on Friday night.
The Governor Thomas Johnson Patriots rolled over the Frederick Cadets in a showdown between city rivals on Saturday afternoon.
The Fort Hill Sentinels capped off a perfect regular season by winning the Homecoming Kettle against Allegany on Saturday afternoon.
Friday Night Sports Connection 11/07/2014 Part 1: Linganore vs. Urbana, Middletown vs. Oakdale, North Hagerstown vs. South Hagerstown, Williamsport vs. Clear Spring
Friday Night Sports Connection 11/07/2014 Part 2: Boonsboro vs. Smithsburg, Kipp vs. MSD, Washington vs. Jefferson, Sherando vs. Millbrook, Handley vs. James Wood
Martinsburg's Deamonte Lindsay carried the ball 14 times for 150 yards and 4 touchdowns Friday night, in the Bulldogs' 59-7 regular season finale against Musselman. Martinsburg's offense is clicking at just the right time, as the Bulldogs will have a week off before beginning their run for a fifth consecutive Class AAA State Title.
Handley tops Millbrook while Allegany takes down Towson on Saturday afternoon.