Departing Millbrook senior, Ryan Hartigan, will be keeping things in state when he moves to the collegiate level, heading just down Interstate 81 to play for the national champion Virginia Cavaliers.
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.
FSK Post 11 topped Funkstown Post 211 to take the division lead with less than a week remaining in the regular season.
The Winchester Royals rolled over the Charles Town Cannons Thursday, keeping their hopes of a playoff berth alive.
Funkstown Post 211 Junior Legion defeated Woodsboro Thursday night to advance to the Triple Crown US Baseball Championship.
FSK Post 11 cruised past Hanover at Harry Grove Stadium on Thursday night.
Despite spotting the Aldie Senators two early runs, the Charles Town Cannons came back to win, 6-5.
On Thursday, Williamsport High School named former JV head coach and varsity offensive coordinator, Tim Small, as their new head football coach.
The Woodstock River Bandits out slugged the Winchester Royals on Wednesday night.
Former Frankfort High School quarterback, Gage Shaffer, will continue his football career at the University of Maryland.
Frederick Community College head baseball coach, Rodney Bennett, was named the Northeast NJCAA Division II Regional Coach of the Year.
The annual Frederick Wood Bat Tournament opened play Thursday, hosting 17 teams from surrounding states.
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.
WHAG's Bejoy Joseph catches up with the 11-time West Virginia state champion Jefferson Cougars.
Mt. Airy Post 191 topped Funkstown Post 211 in an American Legion matchup Wednesday night.
Thursday, Frederick Community College sophomore, Chris Mattison, was named the NJCAA Division II Player of the Year.
The Winchester Royals handed the Strasburg Express their first loss of the Valley League season.
Smithsburg graduate, Josh Conway, returned to Maryland with the Myrtle Beach Pelicans to face the Frederick Keys, and talked about his journey since graduating high school.
Southern Fulton's season came to an end, falling to Lancaster County in a game resumed Tuesday afternoon.
Former Musselman Appleman, Trevon Wesco, committed to play football at West Virginia University.
Southern Fulton blanked Tri-Valley behind Trent Rider's one-hitter, and advanced to the PIAA Class A semifinal.
WHAG's Male Student Athlete of June is St. John's Catholic Prep's Michael Bealmear.
WHAG's Female Student Athlete for the month of June is North Hagerstown's Khaliah Frost.
The Chambersburg Trojans' season came to an end as they were blanked by Wyoming Valley West in the opening round of the Class AAA PIAA tournament.
The Sherando Warriors fell to Amherst County in their regional quarterfinal game resumed on Tuesday.
WHAG's Bejoy Joseph catches up with the Middletown Knights' softball team following their first 2A softball championship in school history.
The Middletown Knights softball team won their first 2A state championship in school history, defeating Easton on Saturday afternoon.
The Brunswick Railroaders won the 1A baseball state championship over McDonough, their first state title since 1996.
The Berkeley Springs Lady Indians fell to Ritchie County in the opening game of the WVSSAC Class AA State Tournament, before defeating James Monroe to stave off elimination.
An eight run inning by Western Oklahoma State did in Frederick Community College in their second-round game of the JUCO World Series.
Chambersburg's postseason run continued, as the Trojans upset Warwick in the semifinal, on their way to the PIAA AAAA District 3 Final.
The Greencastle-Antrim Lady Blue Devils came up short in their PIAA AAA District 3 semifinal against Twin Valley.
The Sherando Warriors dropped a one-run heartbreaker to the hands of Woodgrove in the Conference 21 final.
Berkeley Springs opens West Virginia Class AA Softball State Tournament play against Ritchie County.
Friday, Mercersburg Academy named Sean Crocker as their new boys head basketball coach.
Friday Night Sports Connection 5/22/2015: Berkeley Springs vs. Bridgeport, Berlin vs. Southern Fulton, Sherando vs. Millbrook
PIAA District 3 Baseball Quarterfinals 5/21/2015: Chambersburg vs. Mechanicsburg, Greencastle-Antrim vs. Spring Grove
PIAA District 3 Softball Quarterfinals 5/21/2015: Chambersburg vs. Daniel Boone, James Buchanan vs. Conrad Weiser, Greencastle-Antrim vs. Lampeter-Strasburg
The Musselman Lady Appleman won the Region 2 championship and advanced to the West Virginia Class AAA State Tournament.
Thursday, Urbana announced the hirinig of Mike Jarboe as the new boys basketball head coach.
Spring Mills won the West Virginia Section 2 Title with a walk-off sacrifice fly against Hedgesville.
Southern Fulton started District 5 play with a win on Wednesday afternoon.
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.
The Middletown boys and girls lacrosse teams swept the 3A/2A West Regional Finals; Walkersville boys and girls fell in the 2A/1A
West Virginia Sectional Baseball 5/12/2015: Hampshire vs. Elkins, Frankfort vs. Keyser
Michael Kelbaugh signed his National Letter of Intent to play basketball at Wilson College.
Seven Linganore Lancer athletes signed their National Letters of Intent Tuesday afternoon.
Tuesday afternoon, Hagerstown Community College announced the hiring of Matthew Ryan as their new head basketball coach.
The Linganore girls lacrosse team topped Tuscarora in the opening round of the 4A/3A Maryland state playoffs.