Sharpsburg wins over Conococheague 7-5 to win the Maryland District 1 Little League Tournament.
Saturday's high school basketball highlights from around the four-state.
Friday night's high school basketball highlights from around the four-state.
A crazy ending to HCC's game on Wednesday night, as Victor Blakey (38 pts) hit a buzzer-beating three to give HCC the win. (Video Courtesy: Montgomery College Television)
Congratulations to our male Student Athlete of the Month of November, Preston Bryant of Fort Hill.
Highlights from West Virginia, including a big match-up with playoff implications, and Berkeley Springs getting their first win of the year.
Bulldogs’ senior quarterback Malique Watkins is officially eligible to play after the SSAC held a hearing with Watkins on the matter, where new information was revealed.
Fred High knocks off favored Lucy's Bob Boy and Russell Road to take the $500,000 West Virginia Breeders' Classic.
St. Maria Goretti's Martin Geben announces his verbal commitment to play for Notre Dame, and St. James' Obi Enechionyia decides to play for Temple.
The Greencastle Blue Devils take on the Chambersburg Trojans in WHAG's Game of the Week.
The Martinsburg Bulldogs host HD Woodson to begin the 2013 high school football season.
The Frederick Keys fall to the Carolina Mudcats Friday night, 12-1.
The Brunswick 11 & 12-year-olds were eliminated by Berlin in the Maryland Little League State Championship game.
Pennsylvania and Maryand have released regional rankings after Week 9 of their respective seasons.
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University of Maryland head football coach Randy Edsall on Sunday announced that starting quarterback Caleb Rowe has suffered a torn ACL and will be out for the season. This is the 4th Quarterback to miss the season due to injury. The Terrapins are expected to start Linebacker Shawn Petty next week.
Shippensburg Head Mens Basketball Coach Dave Springer and Head Womens Coach Kristy Trn talk about the upcoming season. The Men are preseason pick 7th in the PSAC East and the Women are preseason pick 4th.
Urbana finishes 2nd in the Maryland State Golf Tournament. Wootton finished 1st in the 4A/3A State Tournament with a 603. The Hawks finished with a 626. Jon Moles of Urbana was the Top local finisher, shooting a 147. North Hagerstown's Drew Miguel finishes with at 152.
Coach Monte Cater address the bye week for the Rams and how they have two weeks to prepare for Glenville State.
Two county rivals square off as Keyser visits Frankfort in the annual Mineral Bowl. Both teams come into the game with a 7-1 record.
Greencastle hosts Brandywine Heights in the PIAA District 3 First Round and in city rivals North Hagerstown and South Hagerstown face off on the pitch.
North Hagerstown and Boonsboro prepare for a big showdown Friday night. Both teams enter the game at 7-1. North is #4 in the Maryland 3A West Playoff Ratings and Boonsboro is #1 in the Maryland 1A West Playoff Ratings. Last year, North won 28-21 in overtime.
4-state H.S. Football Rankings 10/23: South Hagerstown enters the MD state Top 25 poll at #22. Keyser moves up to #2 in WV.
Mount's new Head Coach Jamion Christian talks about some of the main goals of the players for the Mountaineers this season.
Shepherd head coach Monte Cater talks about the tough 1-point lost to West Liberty and the last road game of the season against West Virginia State.
With three weeks left to go in the season, we take a look at some of the games this weekend with playoff impact across the 4-state area.
Chat with Mac 10/11: Coach Mark Maciejewski talks about the win over LIU-Post and the upcoming road game against Kutztown.
McKenzie Divelbiss, a senior at Clear Spring High School, is the Hagerstown Ford/WHAG Student Athlete for the Month of October. Divelbiss is a soccer and softball player for the Blazers.
Cedric Brown is the Hagerstown Ford/WHAG Student Athlete for the Month of October. Brown is a multiple sport athlete at Martinsburg Athlete and has verbally committed to play at Ohio University.
South Hagerstown and St. Maria Goretti play to a 3-3 tie in High School Soccer action from Thursday.
WHAG Game of the Week: Urbana (3-2) at Middletown (5-0). The Hawks look to get a win on the road as they face the unbeaten Knights.
The NFL and the NFL Referees Association reached an agreement late Wednesday night to end the referee lockout, the NFL confirmed.
The HCC Hawks go on to sweep Chesapeake in Volleyball; 3-0.
WHAG Game of the Week: Walkersville (3-0) visits Urbana (2-1) for both teams Piedmont Conference opener.
The 4-State Heavyweight Play of the Week: Matt Stevens break off a long run for Smithsburg in their win over North Carroll.
Smithsburg looks to continue its winning ways against North Carroll.
Handley drops to 1-1 with a loss to Harrisonburg, 32-21.
Oakdale looks for their first varsity win in school history as they face Winters Mill
The Hubs start the season against Lewis High.
The Warriors and Applemen both try to get their first win of the season after losing their season openers.
Berkeley Springs tries to rebound from a loss last week, as they face South Hagerstown in the Rebels opener.
Moorefield and Frankfort look to continue impressive offensive starts to the season.
Hampshire looks to continue its impressive start to the season as it faces Elkins.
Century visits Frederick as both teams get their 2012 season under away.
Countdown to Kickoff: A preview of the Urbana Hawks
Countdown to Kickoff: A preview of the Williamsport Wildcats.
Hagerstown Native and Mercersburg Academy Grad Christian Binford pitches in postseason Appy League game. Binford throws 6 strike-outs in 6 Innings, but gives up a Home Run in Burlington's 2-1 loss to Johnson City. Binford had a ERA just over 2.00 for the regular season and got the nod in Game 1 of the series.
Countdown to Kickoff: A preview of the Thomas Johnson Patriots
Countdown to Kickoff: A preview of the St. John's Catholic Prep Vikings
Countdown to Kickoff: A preview of the South Hagerstown Rebels
Two playoff teams from last year meet as Martinsburg puts their 28-game winning streak on the line against last year's Northwestern District Champs, Sherando.