After the Oakdale Bears made the playoffs for the first time in school history, they expect more success this season.
Smithsburg Head Coach Steve Lindsay expects bigger things in his second season as the head man.
Millbrook vs. Jefferson, Hedgesville vs. Washington, Musselman vs. Spring Mills, Woodson vs. Martinsburg, Preston vs. Hampshire.
WHAG's Adam Schumes previews Northern Garrett High School and Southern Garrett High School.
North Hagerstown has high hopes for 2015.
Mountain Ridge High School football looks to get back to the playoffs in 2015.
Middletown High School football looks to "finish" in 2015.
WHAG's Bejoy Joseph previews the Maryland School for the Deaf.
The 2015 Linganore Lancers look ready to make a serious run in 2015.
The Frederick Cadets looking for a major turnaround this season.
The Clear Spring Blazers led by Maryland Terrapins commit Joey Fisher, ready to blaze a playoff trail this season.
Big Red set to begin their run for a three-peat, as they go for a third consecutive state championship.
The Catoctin Cougars trying to pick things up after a successful second half in 2014.
The Brunswick Railroaders have a new conductor directing the football team.
The Boonsboro Warriors look poised for a breakout year in 2015.
Allegany High School football is looking to have a breakout season in 2015.
James Wood Colonels looks ready to break out in 2015.
Millbrook High School looks ready for a big year in 2015.
What will the 2015 John Handley High School football team look like?
WHAG's Jason Dumas previews the 2015 Waynesboro Indians.
The greyhounds went 5-5 last season but they look to be turning the corner.
Mercersburg Academy looks to improve off of a dissapointing 2014 season.
James Buchanan is looking to imrpove off a dissapointing 2014 season.
The Chambersburg Football team looking for a major turnaround this fall, after a 1-9 season in 2014.
After an injury-ridden 2014 season, the Greencastle Blue Devils are healthy and ready for this season.
The Washington Patriots return this season with an experienced squad, expecting to compete every Friday.
The 2014 Musselman Appleman just missed the playoffs last year but will they go farther this year?
The 2014 Martinsburg Bulldogs made it to the the West Virgina state quarterfinals but how far will the 2015 team go?
Keyser High School looks to improve on last season's playoff run.
Jefferson High School looks to improve on last year's 7-3 record.
Hampshire Trojans believe what it takes to it to the next level, but will they?
Hedgesville High School looks to improve on a 0-10 record under Head Coach Aaron Fiddler.
Countdown to Kickoff: The Frankfort Falcons are looking to improve off of last years magical season.
Countdown to Kickoff: Berkeley Springs High School is looking to improve on a 2-8 record from last year.
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