The Boonsboro Warriors moved up to the 2A classification last year, and after finishing the year at 6-4, the team looks to build on what was a promising season.
After finishing with a 5-5 record last season, the Allegany Campers look to get back to fulfilling high expectations this fall.
The Sherando Warriors look to continue their winning ways in 2014, after marching all the way to the Virginia 4A State Championship game in 2013.
The John Handley football team is hoping to not only make the postseason this year, but the Judges are also hoping to make a run at a state championship.
While Millbrook endured the growing pains of playing with a young team last season, the Pioneers are hoping to translate their experiences into wins this fall.
The James Wood Colonels are coming off of back-to-back one-win seasons, but the team expects to see more wins this year because of their returning experience.
Even though Waynesboro finished last season with an 0-10 record, the Indians are confident heading into this fall, with former NFL wide receiver, Brennan Marion, taking the reigns as head coach.
The Shippensburg Greyhounds look to make it three consecutive years of being crowned the Colonial League Champion, despite losing three of their top scoring threats from last season.
Mercersburg Academy finished under .500 in 2013, but this season, the Blue Storm are vowing to return to winning football.
After a 4 and 6 record in 2013, the James Buchanan Rockets are in search of their first winning season in nearly a decade.
The Blue Devils are coming off back-to-back five-and-five seasons, and this year, Greencastle is looking to get over the hump, with the goal of playing more than their ten scheduled regular season games.
The Chambersburg Trojans are regulars on the high school playoffs scene, but they have lost in first round each of the last three seasons. Now the team's goal is to jump that hurdle and march futher into the postseason.
In just a coupld of years of existence, the Washington Patriots have developed in sports powers in both basketball and baseball, but the question is, can the Pats become a contender in football? That may happen soon with a new coach -- abman who is bringing a winning background to the program.
The Spring Mills Cardinals are our youngest program in the entire four-state. The Cards have officially gotten their feet wet, and after gaining some much needed experience in their first season of play last year, Spring Mills is now looking to take the next step as a football team.
It's business as usual at Martinsburg, where the Bulldogs are looking to bring home their fifth consecutive state championship this fall.
Coming off a trip to the postseason in 2012, Musselman fell short of expectations last fall, losing four of their last five contest. But the Applemen say, it's "playoffs or bust" in 2014.
The Keyser Golden Tornado is now two years removed from advancing to the state championship game, and even though they made it to the postseason last year, the Black and Gold looks to make another deep run in 2014.
The Jefferson Cougars are coming off of a 5-5 campaign in 2013, in a season that fell short of reaching the playoffs. But heading into this fall, the Cougars say anything less than a postseason berth will be a disappointment.
The Hedgesville Eagles are under new leadership this season, as Aaron Fiddler takes the reigns as head coach. And the team says, a new era of football means the Eagles are ready to take flight.
The Hampshire Trojans came up just one win short of the postseason in 2013, but the team is ready to tackle this season with a vengeance.
Last year, the Frankfort Falcons had a great regular season and went into the playoffs with high hopes of advancing far in the state tournament. But that came crashing down when they lost in the first round. This season, many key ingredients return, as they look to make a serious push into the state playoffs.
Our Countdown to Kickoff series begins with the Berkeley Springs Indians - the Indians added one win to their resume in 2013, and look to continue to build on that success this season.
Shepherd University was picked Friday to win the Moutain East Conference by the league's coaches; the Rams won the inaugural MEC crown last year en route to an appearance in the NCAA Division II quarterfinals.
The Hagerstown Suns defeat the Kannapolis Intimidators, 8-1, while the Frederick Keys fall to the Carolina Mudcats, 6-4, on Thursday night.
Dan Cunningham announced that he is stepping down as the head football coach at North Hagerstown, to accept an offer to become the Athletic Director at Williamsport High School. WHAG's Zac Glover caught up with the former coach, and he says it's a decision that did not come easy.
WHAG's Bejoy Joseph concludes our summer series, featuring the second half of the North Hagerstown Girls Lacrosse dynamic duo, Leah Peterson.
WHAG's Bejoy Joseph spent the day in College Park, and has a preview of this year's University of Maryland football team.
Four State Road to the NCAA's: North Hagerstown's Kayla Peterson will be playing lacrosse for the Vanderbilt Commodores.
The Funkstown legion baseball team defeated Laurel, 8-7, but fell against Cecil County, 7-5, in the Maryland State Championship in Cumberland.
The Funkstown legion baseball team takes down Cecil, 13-5, to advance to the final day of competition at the Maryland State Tournament.
WHAG's Bejoy Joseph shows us the path one of the nation's top basketball recruits, Martin Geben, is taking from St. Maria Goretti to Notre Dame.
Funkstown holds off Fort Cumberland, 5-4, to advance to the semifinal round of the Maryland State Legion Baseball Tournament.
Funkstown falls to Laurel, 9-8, while Fort Cumberland loses to Cecil, 12-7, in the Maryland State Legion Baseball Tournament. Funkstown will now meet Fort Cumberland Wednesday morning in an elimination game.
Former Shepherd University tight end, Dominique Jones, signed with the Buffalo Bills on Saturday. The 6-foot-3, 270-pounder has appeared in 12 NFL games, and has just three total receptions in his career.
The four-state road to the NCAA continues with another Maryland wrestler whose talents are matched only by his leadership skills. WHAG's Bejoy Joseph has a look at the man who has the main piece in North Hagerstown's state championship season.
Frederick native and Urbana alum, Lydia Lehnert, is headed to the U.S. Diving National Championships after finishing in second place in the women's ten-meter platform competition at a qualifier in Bethesda, Maryland.
WHAG's Bejoy Joseph shows us how Austin Shaffer looks to turn his state-wide successwrestling at Southern Garrett, into national acclaim at West Virginia University.
WHAG's Bejoy Joseph has a look at what some athletes are doing over the summer to give themselves a competitive edge when it comes to their season.
The Sharpsburg 11-12 year olds continue on their quest for a Maryland state championship, while the Conococheague 10-11 year olds and Valley 9-10 year olds are eliminated in their respective tournaments.
The Hagerstown Suns turn out the lights against the West Virginia Power, winning in walk-off fashion, 3-2.
Conococheague Little League falls to West Salisbury in the Maryland 10-11 year old state tournament, 13-5, while Brunswick also falters against Berlin, 9-3, in the Maryland 9-10 year old state tournament.
For four years at the Saint James School, Madison Fahey dominated the field for the girls lacrosse team. Fahey's game was noticed by a number of top lacrosse schools around the country, but in the end, she decided there's no place like home.
WHAG's Bejoy Joseph goes down the four-state road with Rick Leonard, and takes a look at his path from Middletown High School to Florida State University.
Shippensburg Post 223, Greencastle Post 373 and Chambersburg Post 46 all played in American Legion games on Thursday evening.
WHAG's Bejoy Joseph shows us how one of the nation's top basketball recruits is making his way from St. James High School to Temple University.
The Hagerstown Suns defeat the Kannapolis Intimidators, 9-0, on the Fourth of July.
The Funkstown legion baseball team falls to Cecil, 4-0, while FSK drops a close one to Mifflin County, 6-5, in 2014 Frederick Wood Bat Tournament.
The Frederick Keys surrendered six early runs to the Salem Red Sox, but could not muster a comeback, falling 6-2.
Little League baseball highlights from the District 1 and District 2 tournaments in Maryland.
Former Shippensburg University quarterback, Zach Zulli, signs his first professional football contract with the Montreal Alouettes of the Canadian Football League.