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 Hagerstown Suns took game four from the Shorebirds on Monday night to give them the series win against Delmarva.
The Frederick Keys took the rubber match of their series with Winston Salem Dash to win their fourth series in the last five.
The Hagerstown Pony League All-Stars are back in the World Series after a two year absence.
Berkeley Post 14 split their doubleheader with Romney Post 91 on Saturday afternoon.
Sharpsburg Little League fell to West Salisbury in the Maryland State Championship.
The Charles Town Cannons and Winchester Royals win their Valley Baseball League games on Friday night.
Funkstown Legion takes down FSK on Friday night.
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.
WHAG's Bejoy Joseph speaks North Hagerstown's Emma Moss about living her dream, as she will play women's lacrosse for the 2014 national champions Maryland Terrapins.
Valley Little League defeated Brunswick to advance to the Maryland 9 and 10 year old state championship.
The Salem Red Sox roughed up Dylan Bundy en route to taking down the Frederick Keys.
The West Virginia Power took down the Hagerstown Suns on Wednesday night.
There's a new sport bubbling up in Frederick, WHAG's Bejoy Joseph has more on the hub-bub surrounding this bubblicious sport.
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.
The Hagerstown Suns defeat the West Virginia Power, 8-4, on Tuesday night.
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.
Former Hagerstown Suns are shining bright, playing for the High-A Potomac Nationals this season.
The Orioles former number four overall pick is pleased with his rehab progress in his two starts for the Frederick Keys.
The Frederick Keys dropped their second straight home game to the Potomac Nationals on Saturday night.
The Conococheague All-Stars and Brunswick Little League advanced in their respective Little League state tournaments.
The Jefferson Wildcats swept a doubleheader with FSK Post 11 on Saturday afternoon.
The Frederick Keys are shut out out by the Potomac Nationals, 4-0, ending the Keys' six-game winning streak.
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.
The Frederick National Little League All-Stars defeat Brunswick, 5-1, winning the Maryland District 2 Championship and earning a berth into the state tournament.
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 Morgan County Little League 11-12 All-stars defeat Grant County, 11-8, to advance to the West Virginia state tournament.
The Hagerstown Suns defeat the Lakewood BlueClaws, 10-1, after a rainy afternoon on Tuesday.
Little League baseball action for Maryland District 2 and West Virginia District 6.
The Hagerstown Suns took the series opener with the Lakewood Blueclaws on Monday night.
The Hagerstown Suns defeat the Kannapolis Intimidators, 3-1.
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.
Sharpsburg wins over Conococheague 7-5 to win the Maryland District 1 Little League 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.
FREDERICK, MD.--Local US soccer fans gathered at Frederick Indoor Sports Center to root for Team USA during their knock out round matchup against Belgium.
The Hagerstown Suns drop another to the Delmarva Shorebirds 9 to 5 at Municipal Stadium.
Under-19 US football players excited and spoke about participating in U-19 World Championships, next month in Kuwait.
The Hagerstown Suns defeat the Delmarva Shorebirds, 6-5, in 12 innings on Saturday night.
WHAG's Bejoy Joseph shows us how Frederick Keys' Outfielder, Mike Yastrzemski, is doing his best to carry on the legacy of his grandfather, Hall of Famer, Carl Yastrzemski.
The Hagerstown Suns took the time to play a baseball game with the Challenger Little League, a local organization that allows children with mental and physical disabilities to play the game of baseball.
WHAG's Dorian Craft caught up with the Hagerstown Suns, as they hope to rebound from their first half collapse, and look to rise back to first place by the end of the season.
Former Shippensburg University quarterback, Zach Zulli, signs his first professional football contract with the Montreal Alouettes of the Canadian Football League.
Hagerstown native and Mercersburg Academy alum, Christian Binford, talks about his minor league career, and what it means to make "road-trips" back home to the four-state area.
Fans turned out to watch the United States take on Germany for the chance to advance in the World Cup.
The Hagerstown Suns win both games of their double-header with the Lexington Legends on Thursday evening.
The Frederick Keys earn a 3-2 lead over the Winston-Salem Dash before play was suspended due to inclement weather.
The Hagerstown Suns were 2 hit through 5 innings, as they fall to the Lexington Legends, while the Frederick Keys are swept at home for the first time since april by the Wilmington Blue Rocks.
Funkstown Legion Post 211 hosted the Hagerstown Braves in an exhibition game on Tuesday night.
Behind a strong pitching performance from Hagerstown native and Mercersburg Academy alum, Christian Binford, the Wilmington Blue Rocks downed the Frederick Keys.
The Hagerstown Suns started their homestand with a win over the Lexington Legends on Monday night.
The Winchester Royals used an 8th inning comeback to defeat the Charles Town Cannons on Monday night.
The late Mitchell Akers was remembered by friends and family at a flag football game held in his honor to benefit the Mitchell R. Akers Scholarship Fund.
Funkstown Legion Post 211 swept Sykesville in a doubleheader on Saturday morning.
The Charles Town Cannons defeat the Waynesboro Generals, 5-1, in Valley Baseball League action on Friday night.
WHAG's Bejoy Joseph profiles lacrosse player, Kenna Gubler, on her road from Tuscarora High School to Duquesne University in Pittsburgh.
The Funkstown American Legion baseball team defeats FSK, 13-1, on Wednesday afternoon.
The Charles Town Cannons take down the Aldie Senators, 14-3, while the Winchester Royals fall to the Woodstock River Bandits, 3-2.
Washington High School's new Head Football Coach, Daryl Hayes, reacts to getting the chance to lead the Patriots in 2014.
Fans at the Green Turtle in Hagerstown, Md. reacted to the USA's big win over Ghana on Monday afternoon.
The Frederick Keys came back to win for the second straight night against the Myrtle Beach Pelicans while the Hagerstown Suns fell out of first in the South Atlantic League after dropping their third consecutive game against the Greenville Drive.
The Millbrook Pioneers fall to Hanover in the Virginia 4A state final.
Local football players playing for the Baltimore Mariners of the American Indoor Football League.
The Sherando Warriors' bid for back to back 4A state titles fell just short, as they fall to Hanover to the 4A semifinal on Friday afternoon.
The 2014 Washington County Criterium kicked off Friday night in downtown Hagerstown.
The Hagerstown Suns' slide continued Friday night as they were swept in a day night doubleheader by the Greenville Drive.
The Frederick Keys scored three runs in the bottom of the 9th to complete the comeback against the Myrtle Beach Pelicans.
The Sherando baseball team says they're ready to meet Hanover in the Virginia 4A State Semifinals in hopes of another rematch with cross-town rival, Millbrook, in the state championship.
The Frederick Keys allow five runs in the top of the 9th inning, as they fall to the Myrtle Beach Pelicans, 8-6.
Frederick Keys' centerfielder, Glynn Davis, talks about the opportunity to represent the Keys in the Carolina-California League All-Star Game next week.
WHAG's Bejoy Joseph shows us the road Liz Stern-Green has taken from Mercersburg Academy to the University of Virginia.
Greencastle Legion Post 373 run ruled St. Thomas in five innings on Tuesday night.
The Frederick Keys outslugged the Salem Red Sox for their second straight victory.
Shenandoah University named Melissa Kraft the new head coach of the women's basketball program.
High school football players from Maryland and Pennsylvania prepare to suit up and put their state's bragging rights on the line in the Big 33 Classic.
The Frederick Keys took down the Salem Red Sox in game one of their series on Monday night.
The Millbrook Pioneers took down Sherando, 6-5, with a walk-off sacrifice fly to win the 4A North Regional Championship.
The Washington baseball team falls to Hurricane, 3-1, in the West Virginia Class AAA State Semifinals.
The WHAG Female Student Athlete of the Month is Southern Fulton's Macey Hollenshead.
The WHAG Male Student Athlete of the Month is Allegany's Trenton Eirich.
The Winchester Royals and Charles Town Cannons both won on Thursday night in the Valley Baseball League.
The Hagerstown Suns defeat the Delmarva Shorebirds, 8-5, on Tuesday night.
The Hagerstown Suns took game one of the three game series against the Delmarva Shorebirds.
Both the Sherando Warriors and Millbrook Pioneers advanced in a pair of one-run games in the VA 4A North Regional tournament.
Both the Shippensburg softball team and Southern Fulton baseball team fell in the first round of the PIAA tournament.
The Tri-State Storm falls to the MD Phantoms in the AFA playoff semifinal.
There was lots of noise to be heard in the dugouts this season as players cheered on their teams. Some took motivating to a level out of left field - WHAG's Bejoy Joseph tell us more.
The Frederick Keys come back to take their second straight game against the Wilmington Blue Rocks.
The Washington baseball team takes down Lewis County, 12-2, to win the region crown and advance to the West Virginia AAA State Tournament.
The Shippensburg softball team defeats Donegal, 5-1, to win the District 3 title.
WHAG's Bejoy Joseph caught up the Smithsburg baseball team, as they look back at their postseason run that ended in a state championship.
The Frederick Keys earned an 8-1 victory against Hagerstown-native, Christian Binford, and the Wilmington Blue Rocks.
The Southern Fulton baseball team won it's first District 5 championship in 30 years.
The Millbrook Pioneers outlasted the Sherando Warriors to take the Conference 21 title.
The Musselman Lady Applemen softball team came up just short in the Class AAA state softball final, falling to Lincoln County.
The Shippensburg softball team moved into the District 3 final by defeated Kennard Dale on Wednesday afternoon.
The Sherando Warriors continued their 4A state title defense by defeating Heritage in the Conference 21 semifinals.
The Washington Patriots knocked off the defending Class AAA state champion Hedgesville Eagles to advance to the Region 2 final.
The Musselman Lady Applemen softball team fell to Lincoln County in the first round of the Class AAA state tournament, but defeated Ripley in the consolation bracket to stay alive.
The Hampshire Trojans baseball team fell to Lewis County in 13 innings in the Region 2 quarterfinals.
The Hagerstown Suns dropped their third straight game to the Delmarva Shorebirds on Tuesday night.
The Millbrook Pioneers blanked Loudoun County to advance to the Conference 21 final; qualify for the 4A North Region Tournament.
Multiple Middletown Athletes signed their National Letters of Intent to play athletics at the collegiate level on Tuesday afternoon, including Brad Rinehart, Frankie Meighan and Logan Casey, who signed on to play football at Shepherd University.
The Hagerstown Suns were swept by the Delmarva Shorebirds in a Memorial Day doubleheader.
The John Handley Judges dropped a heartbreaker to Fluvanna in the Va. Conference 23 quarterfinals.
Baseball players from around the four state showcased their talent in the 2014 Mid-Atlantic Baseball Classic at Municipal Stadium on Memorial Day.
#1 Maryland defeated #2 Syracuse 15-12 for 2014 NCAA Women's Lacrosse National Championship, and the program's 12th overall.
Results from the Maryland state track and field finals 5/24/2014
The Tuscarora boys doubles team of Nate Homon and Luke Shuck lost in the Maryland 4A state final on Saturday afternoon.
The Linganore Lancers softball team fell to Northern-Calvert in the 3A state title game on Saturday afternoon.
The Smithsburg Leopards won the team's first baseball state championship over Sparrows Point on Saturday afternoon.
The Hagerstown Suns scored two runs in the bottom of the 9th to walk off against the Asheville Tourists, 6-5.
Virginia conference baseball and softball playoff action: Woodgrove vs. Sherando, James Wood vs. Loudoun County, Dominion vs. Millbrook, Sherando vs. Heritage.
High school softball highlights: Greencastle vs. Kennard-Dale and Chambersburg vs. Manheim Twp.
The Musselman softball team defeats Buckhannon-Upshur, 8-0, to win the West Virginia Region 2 Championship.
The Frederick Keys earned the 5-4 victory against the Myrtle Beach Pelicans on Wednesday night.
The Oakdale girls lacrosse team came up short in the 3A/2A state final Wednesday afternoon; highlights and reaction from the championship game.
The Southern Fulton Indians softball team was upset in the first round of the District 5 playoffs on Wednesday afternoon.
The Thomas Johnson baseball team falls to Reservoir, 12-4, in the 3A state semifinals, while Smithsburg advances to the 1A state championship, beating Cambridge-South Dorchester, 4-3.
The Linganore softball team defeats Mt. Hebron, 10-3, in the state semifinals to advance to the Maryland 3A State Championship.
High school softball highlights: Greencastle vs. Conrad Weiser, Palmyra vs. Shippensburg, West York vs. James Buchanan, and Elizabethtown vs. Chambersburg.
The Mercersburg Academy Storm softball team advanced in the first round of the PAISAA with a win over Chestnut Hill.
Highlights from the first round of Pennsylvania District 3 baseball playoffs: Greencastle-Antrim vs. Fleetwood, Waynesboro vs. Cedar Cliff, Chambersburg vs. Lower Dauphin
The Washington Patriots won their second Region 2 Section 1 title in the last six years with a win over the Musselman Applemen.
The Musselman softball team blanked Hedgesville on Saturday afternoon in the Region 2 semifinal.
The Middletown softball team fell to South Carroll in the 2A West regional final.
Thomas Johnson and Smithsburg took home 3A and 1A West regional championships on Saturday afternoon, while Middletown and Allegany fell just short.
Highlights and reaction from Oakdale's win in the state semifinal over Stephen Decatur.
The Allegany Campers advanced past Northern Garrett on Friday afternoon to reach the 1A West regional final.
The Hagerstown Suns took game one from the Lakewood Blueclaws, but dropped game two to split Friday's doubleheader.
The Urbana Hawk's season came to a close in the Maryland 3A/2A state semifinal with a loss to Kent Island.
Maryland boys and girls lacrosse regional final playoff action 5/14/2014: Damascus vs. Urbana, Brunswick vs. North Carroll, Damascus vs. Oakdale, Walkersville vs. Manchester Valley
Maryland regional semifinal softball action 5/14/2014: Urbana vs. Linganore, Middletown vs. Catoctin
Maryland regional semifinal baseball playoff action 5/14/2014: Thomas Johnson vs. North Hagerstown, Williamsport vs. Middletown, Smithsburg vs. Brunswick
The Hagerstown Suns squeaked out a win over Kannapolis Tuesday morning to take the series 3 games to 1.
The Frederick Keys blanked the Potomac Nationals on Tuesday night to even the series.
West Virginia Section Baseball playoffs 5/13/2014: Martinsburg vs. Hedgesville, Musselman vs. Jefferson
The Tuscarora Titans girls lacrosse team trailed Howard 8-2 in the 2nd half when their game was suspended due to lightning.
High school baseball highlights: Thomas Johnson vs. Linganore, Urbana vs. North Hagerstown, Walkersville vs. Williamsport, and Fort Hill vs. Allegany.
High school softball highlights: Urbana vs. North Hagerstown, Middletown vs. Mountain Ridge, and Southern Garrett vs. Allegany.
High school lacrosse highlights: Urbana vs. Middletown, Walkersville vs. Brunswick, Reservoir vs. Tuscarora, North Hagerstown vs. Oakdale, and Walkersville vs. Boonsboro.
Several athletes in the four state signed their National Letters of Intent this week.
Former Shepherd University Ram, Howard Jones, signed with the Pittsburgh Steeler as a free agent.
The Shippensburg University softball team used a late home run to propel them into the regional final.
Westminster ended the Linganore boys lacrosse team's season with a loss in the second round of the MPSSAA state playoffs.
Second round boys and girls Maryland high school lacrosse action: Oakdale vs. Urbana, North Hagerstown vs. Middletown, Walkersville vs. Smithsburg, Middletown vs. North Hagerstown, Urbana vs. Oakdale, Smithsburg vs. Boonsboro, Brunswick vs. Walkersville
First round Maryland high school baseball playoff action: South Hagerstown vs. North Hagerstown, Tuscarora vs. Urbana, Frederick vs. Gov. Thomas Johnson, Mountain Ridge vs. Williamsport, Walkersville vs. Boonsboro, Catoctin vs. Oakdale