Hampshire Trojans believe what it takes to it to the next level, but will they?
Hedgesville High School looks to improve on a 0-10 record under Head Coach Aaron Fiddler.
Countdown to Kickoff: The Frankfort Falcons are looking to improve off of last years magical season.
Former four-state high school stars speak about playing for the Maryland Terrapins in the upcoming college football season.
Countdown to Kickoff: Berkeley Springs High School is looking to improve on a 2-8 record from last year.
The 9/10 year-old Thurmont Little League All-Stars speak about the excitement of playing in the regional tournament.
Shepherd Rams Head Football Coach Monte Cater speaks at Mountain East Conference Media Day, about the Rams' expectation this upcoming season.
All-American Pro Rodeo is coming to Maryland. Some of the performers speak to WHAG's Adam Schumes about the sport of rodeo.
The Hagerstown Suns rally to win again over the Delmarva Shorebirds.
Hagerstown Pony League speaking about playing in next week's Pony League World Series up in Pennsylvania.
Jackie McNulty was a track and field athlete at Oakdale High School and now she is taking her talents to Stanford University.
Funkstown Post 211 managed just three hits and had three errors in a 5-0 loss to Leesburg Post 34.
The Hagerstown Suns scored two runs in the eighth to comeback and beat the Delmarva Shorebirds.
Funkstown had two hits and three errors in a 7 to 1 loss to Brooklawn Legion.
Abby Stultz was one of the best track and field athletes in our area now she is taking her talents to Penn State University.
Justin Smith's grand slam in the ninth inning was the difference as Funkstown defeated Downingtown.
Liz Twilley was one of the best volleyball players in the area and now she is taking her talents to the University of Maryland.
The Charleston Riverdogs scored three runs in the ninth inning to defeat the Hagerstown Suns.
The Funkstown Skunks speak about playing in the upcoming American Legion Mid-Atlantic Regional Tournament, which begins on Wednesday in Purcellville, VA.
Carly Heine of Oakdale High School, who is considered one of the best two-way girls lacrosse player in our area, speaks about playing for Michigan next season.
The Funkstown Skunks speak about winning their second Maryland State Legion Tournament in the last 3 seasons.
The Jefferson County Legion Baseball team discuss playing with an under-manned roster and reaching the West Virginia State Legion Tournament Semifinal.
The Hagerstown Suns hold on for a 5-4 win over the Charleston River Dogs
Funkstown defeats FSK Frederick 11-5 in the Maryland State Legion Tournament to advance to the Championship.
The Frederick Keys finally snap a 6-game losing streak, winning over the Pelicans 4-3.
Dorian Craft's final broadcast at WHAG
Funkstown had more late inning dramatics, getting a walk-off hit to take down Severna Park; while FSK rallied in the late inning to eliminate Ft. Cumberland in the Maryland legion state tournament.
Jefferson's Mark McKee RBI double was the difference as Jefferson defeated Fairmont in the West Virginia State Tournament.
The Frederick Keys had the advantage in hits, but were edged by the Pelicans, 2-1.
Funkstown doubles up Cecil County in the Maryland Legion State Tournament.
Hedgesville Little League fell to Bridgeport in the 11/12 West Virginia state championship game.
Both Fort Cumberland Post 13 and FSK Post 11 survived in the Maryland Legion State Tournament, advancing to play each other Friday morning.
Jefferson Little League fell to Bridgeport in the 11/12 West Virginia state semifinal.
FSK Post 11 lost while Funkstown Post 211 won their opening game of the 2015 American Legion Maryland State Tournament.
Middletown High School Football has been known for their physicial play over the years large in part to their offensive tackle Will McClain. Now the former Knight his taking his talents to the University of Maryland.
The West Virginia Power pounded out 14 hits and 13 runs in the season series finale against the Hagerstown Suns.
West End Little League's season came to an end with a loss to Rising Sun in the Maryland 11/12 Little League state tournament.
The Hagerstown Suns got two early runs against West Virginia, but they could not hold the lead as the Power put up three runs in the top of the 5th to double up Hagerstown.
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.
FSK Post 11 needed 8 innings to defeat Mt. Airy Post 191.
The Savannah Sand Gnats racked up 18 hits and and 16 runs against the Hagerstown Suns in their series finale.
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.
The West Virginia Power scored a run in the 6th, 7th, and two runs in the 8th to defeat the Hagerstown Suns.
Ej Donahue was one of the more imposing offensive lineman in the State of Maryland last year and he has decided to take his talents to the University of Maryland.
Thurmont Little League topped Conococheague to take the 9/10 Maryland Little League State Championship.
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.
The Hagerstown Suns gave up three early runs against the Savannah Sand Gnats, which they could not overcome in Thursday night's loss.
The Conococheague 9/10 year old all-stars advanced into the Maryland Little League State Tournament finals with a win over Marlboro on Wednesday night.
Both Funkstown Post 211 and FSK Post 11 stayed alive in the hunt for the Maryland state tournament with wins on Wednesday night.