Friday Night Sports Connection 4/17/2015: Linganore vs. Middletown, Chambersburg vs. Shippensburg, South Hagerstown vs. Catoctin
The Shippensburg baseball team swept a doubleheader with Bloomsburg, the softball team was swept by Millersville and the women's lacrosse team fell at home to Indiana University (Pa.) on Friday afternoon.
The top seeded Frostburg State Bobcats took down Marymount (Va.) in the CAC Tournament.
High School Baseball/Softball 4/16/2015: Hedgesville vs. Jefferson, Spring Mills vs. Hedgesville, James Buchanan vs. Waynesboro
Musselman and Washington split a baseball/softball doubleheader on Wednesday.
Hood College hired Chad Dickman as the new head coach of the men's basketball program Wednesday.
High School Lacrosse 4/14/2015: Catoctin vs. North Hagerstown, Gov. Thomas Johnson vs. Tuscarora, Brunswick vs. Boonsboro, Frederick vs. Urbana
High School Baseball/Softball 4/14/2015: Hampshire vs. Allegany, Southern Garrett vs. Mountain Ridge
Governor Thomas Johnson and North Hagerstown split a baseball/softball doubleheader on Wednesday afternoon.
North Hagerstown boys and girls lacrosse swept South Hagerstown on Tuesday night.
The Millbrook Pioneers are ready to make a repeat run at the Virginia 4A state championship.
Easter Classic High School Baseball Tournament: Allegany, Musselman, Smithsburg and Mountain Ridge all went head to head in a round-robin tournament Friday afternoon.
The Maryland Lady Terrapins get ready to take on top seeded Connecticut in the Women's Final Four.
WHAG April Student Athlete of the Month: Martinsburg's Eric Brown and Oakdale's Melissa Semkiw
The Jefferson Cougars used a 6th inning homerun to top the Hampshire Trojans on Thursday night.
Both the Clear Spring baseball team and softball team defeated Hancock on Thursday afternoon.
Behind a no-hitter by Brady Farrell and the 100th win for coach Mike Frownfelter, Urbana baseball and softball swept Frederick on Wednesday afternoon.
The Tuscarora Titans outlasted the Walkersville Lions in boys lacrosse on Wednesday night.
High School Baseball/Softball 3/31/2015: Millbrook vs. Washington, Sherando vs. John Handley
High School Lacrosse 3/31/2015: Catoctin vs. St. Maria Goretti, Urbana vs. Oakdale, Frederick vs. Linganore, Brunswick vs. Boonsboro
Friday Night Sports Connection 3/27/2015 Part 1: North Hagerstown vs. Williamsport, Boonsboro vs. Brunswick, Gettysburg vs. Shippensburg, South Carroll vs. Middletown
Sports Connection 03/27/2015 Part 2: East Stroudsburg vs. Shippensburg, West Chester vs. Shippensburg, Mercyhurst Northeast vs. FCC
Mercersburg Academy senior, David Coly, signed his National Letter of Intent Thursday, committing to play soccer at the University of Washington.
The Oakdale Lady Bears lacrosse team looks to build off of their success last season that took them all the way to their first state final appearance in school history.
The Oakdale Bears and Linganore Lancers split a baseball/softball doubleheader on Wednesday afternoon.
North Hagerstown's Raughn Carter signed his National Letter of Intent to play football at St. Francis University.
The Oakdale Lady Bears advanced to their first state final in program history on Wednesday night.
The Southern Garrett Lady Rams defeated Forrest Park to return to the 1A state final.
Greencastle-Antrim's season came to an end in the second round of the PIAA tournament with a loss to Berks Catholic.
The Martinsburg girls basketball team fell to Parkersburg South in the opening game of the 2015 Class AAA State Tournament.
Both Frankfort and Keyser fell in the regional semifinals on Wednesday night.
The Southern Garrett Lady Rams set for the third straight 1A semifinal as they look to repeat as state champions.
Martinsburg and Musselman both punched their tickets to the state tournament in Charleston with wins in the regional semifinals.
High school wrestlers from across the state of Maryland competed in the state tournament Saturday, with the championship bouts held Monday.
2015 High School Basketball Regional Championships: Seneca Valley vs. Linganore, Century vs. Oakdale, Manchester Valley vs. Allegany, Damascus vs. Urbana, Liberty vs. Oakdale, Smithsburg vs. Southern Garrett
The Shepherd women's basketball team hit the century mark in their win over Glenville State in the quarterfinals of the MEC tournament.
Female Student Athlete of the Month: Sherando's Heidi Brown
March Student Athlete of the Month: Keyser's Ryan Streets
Mount St. Mary's fell to St. Francis (PA) in the NEC tournament quarterfinals.
High School Basketball 3/04/2015: Tuscarora vs. South Hagerstown, Linganore vs. Urbana, Middletown vs. Oakdale, North Carroll vs. Brunswick, Clear Spring vs. Manchester Valley, Frederick vs. Urbana, Walkersville vs. Oakdale, Brunswick vs. Manchester Valley, Spring Mills vs. Martinsburg, Musselman vs. Jefferson
High School Basketball 3/03/2015: Mountain Ridge vs. Williamsport, Fort Hill vs. Allegany, Hancock vs. Southern Garrett, Hampshire vs. Martinsburg, Jefferson vs. Buchannon-Upshur
Mount St. Mary's fell on the road to St. Francis (PA) on Thursday night.
High School Basketball 2/25/2015: McConnellsburg vs. Southern Fulton, Greencastle-Antrim vs. West York, Musselman vs. Martinsburg, Spring Mills vs. Jefferson
College Basketball 2/21/2015: Fairleigh Dickinson vs. Mount St. Mary's, Concord vs. Shepherd, Messiah vs. Hood
Friday Night Sports Connection 2/20/2015 Part 1: Virginia Conference 21 Final- Loudoun County vs. Millbrook, Virginia Conference 23 Quarterfinal- Louisa vs. John Handley
Friday Night Sports Connection 2/20/2015 Part 2: MDCC Semifinal Action- Faith vs. Grace, Heritage vs. Broadfording Christian Academy, Shalom vs. Heritage; North Hagerstown vs. Oakdale, Brunswick vs. Walkersville
High School Basketball 2/19/2015: Woodgrove vs. Sherando, Loudoun County vs. Millbrook, James Wood vs. Millbrook, Tuscarora vs. Boonsboro
Mount St. Mary's overcame a sloppy start to cruise past LIU Brooklyn on Thursday night.
The Frederick County Kings downed the Washington County Northstars in the opening round of the MHSL tournament.
Both the Frederick Community College men's team, and the Hagerstown Community College women's team, fell in the final of the Maryland Junior College championship.