Austin Hays Robs an Extra-Base Hit: Orioles' Outfielder Soars to Spectacular Heights!
Prepare to be amazed as Austin Hays of the Orioles delivers a jaw-dropping defensive play by robbing an extra-base hit in stunning fashion. In this electrifying moment, we break down Hays' incredible athleticism and timing that denied the opposition a surefire hit. Join us as we relive the excitement of this game-changing defensive gem, celebrating Hays' extraordinary fielding skills and his impact on the Orioles' performance. Baseball enthusiasts, get ready for a catch that defies gravity! 🚀📽️ #AustinHays #OriolesBaseball #SpectacularCatch
Maryland high school football scores & highlights (9/22/23)
WASHINGTON (DC News Now) — The DC News Now sports team has you covered for this week of high school football in the state of Maryland. Game of the Week: No. 14 Stone Bridge vs. No. 3 Good Counsel No. 21 Linganore vs. No. 24 Oakdale No. 12 Northwest vs. Seneca Valley Blake vs. Sherwood
SEPTEMBER Belt Testing for Ashburn 23rd: Witness the Thrilling Progress of Martial Arts Students
Mark your calendars for the highly anticipated Sat, Sep 23 · 9am - 12pm event, the SEPTEMBER Belt Testing for Ashburn 23th. This exciting event will take place at the Premier Martial Arts Ashburn 43800 Central Station Drive #Suite 125, Ashburn, VA 20147, where students will be put to the test as they strive to achieve higher performance in their skills.
Bull riding returns to Fairfax
FOX 5’s Taylor Grenda visited EagleBank Arena where they are gearing up to host a big bull riding competition this weekend!
LouCity playoff-bound after comeback win over Loudon
LEESBURG, Va. — Dylan Mares and Wilson Harris scored second half goals from distance Saturday as Louisville City FC rallied to defeat Loudoun United FC, 2-1, and clinch its spot in the 2023 USL Championship Playoffs. Playing through the remnants of Tropical Storm Ophelia, which brought driving winds and...
International Gold Cup Steeplechase ready to run in October
Virginia is undoubtedly horse country with an estimated 215,000 horses strolling the fields and farms of the commonwealth. That’s why it’s the perfect venue for the International Gold Cup, one of the largest steeplechase events in the country. The big day is Saturday, October 28. “The fall International...
Wolverines look to regroup against Lumberjacks
EVELETH—Coming off a 27-6 loss to Grand Rapids from a week ago, the Rock Ridge football team is looking to get their season back on track. That mission starts tonight when they travel to Proctor to take on Cloquet. The Lumberjacks don’t have a true home field this year while their facilities are under renovation. While the loss to the Thunderhawks definitely stings, Wolverines head coach Brandon Borich said the...
High school football: Rushing, passing, receiving, scoring leaders (Prince William County)
Player (School) Att., Yds., TDs, Avg. Caleb Alexander (Brentsville) 55, 86, 64.0, 928, 6, 4. Colton Kilmer (Gainesville) 57, 83, 68.7, 689, 12, 2. Calum O’Shea (Battlefield) 32, 57, 56.1, 624, 11, 2. George Hall III (Colgan) 39, 87, 44.8, 616, 10, 1. Tristan Evans-Trujillo (Freedom-Woodbridge) 32, 41, 78.0,...
“Thursday Night Lights”?
High school football games are full of excitement, nerves and spirit. When the football season begins at Richard Montgomery, students gather together and fill up the stands. The SGA assigns different themes to each game and the colors associated with the theme can clearly be seen throughout the bleachers. The marching band plays during halftime and features a routine from Poms.
F.C. Area’s Budding Super Star Figure Skater Shines
Who is this skater, crisply executing staccato steps, hitting musical crescendos with finesse and finishing nearly every movement?. He looks familiar, but he’s not the self-proclaimed “quad god.” That was last season. From now on, you can just call the Falls Church area’s Ilia Malinin a well-rounded skater.
Local Fall Golf Tournaments Begin at Golf Fairfax: Participate in 'Shot in the Dark' and 'Four Club Fall Classic'
Golf Fairfax has begun its fall tournament season, featuring two unique competitions. The first, Shot in the Dark, will take place on October 6 and 13 at Burke Lake Golf Center. This 9-hole scramble tournament, open to players 12 and older, involves playing in the dark with glow-in-the-dark balls. Teams of two will compete for prizes, with an entry fee of $100 per team.
Second-half burst propels 5-0 Battlefield past winless Freedom-South Riding
Battlefield bounced back from a slow start to defeat host Freedom-South Riding Friday 40-0 and improve to 5-0. The Bobcats (1-0 in Cedar Run District) led only 6-0 at halftime against the winless Eagles (0-2, 0-5). In the second half, though, Battlefield took over, scoring 20 points in the third...
Gainesville blows past Osbourn Park to improve to 5-0
David Howe threw for three touchdowns and Jayden Bell and Aidan McClafferty scored two each as visiting Gainesville remained unbeaten with a 59-0 Cedar Run District victory Friday over Osbourn Park. Howe finished 10 of 15 passing for 140 yards and no interceptions. He also ran three times for 38...
Sign has gone up at new X Golf facility in Ashburn
The upcoming indoor golf venue X Golf is one step closer to completion with the installation of the brand’s sign out front. The facility is under construction at the Broadlands Village Center in Ashburn. That’s at the intersection of Broadlands Boulevard and Claiborne Parkway. The 7,000 s.f. X...
Vienna native steps down as longtime Chantilly baseball coach
For multiple reasons, Kevin Ford decided that 18 seasons was long enough as the head baseball coach at Chantilly High School. The Vienna native and former Vienna Post 180 American Legion baseball standout recently stepped down from that position. Under his leadership, Chantilly won more than 200 games, a Virginia High School League state championship, and regularly the Chargers were top contenders in district and region tournaments.
Nick Harris Feature
The South Lakes Seahawks football team is off to a fantastic 4-0 start this year and senior quarterback Nick Harris has been at the forefront of the team’s success. When asked about how he thinks the season is going, Harris stated: “We haven’t really had any close games yet, so I think we’re off to a great start.” Harris has had a phenomenal start to the season, with his passing yards ranked 6th in Virginia (820), while being 5th in total yards (1004). While talking with South Lakes head coach Jason Hescock, he commented: “[Nick] wants to run the ball. He wants to throw it but he wants to run it.”
Dill Dinkers’ Second MoCo Pickleball Facility Opens on Monday, September 25; Free Open Play 9/25-9/29
Pickleball is one of the fastest growing sports in the country and Dill Dinkers will hold the grand opening of its second Montgomery County location in Rockville, just six miles away from its recently opened North Bethesda location, on Monday, September 25th. The Rockville facility is located at 40-C Southlawn Court, next to ZavaZone and near the Sportsplex and Ice Arena.
Gameday on the Potomac
MARBURY, Md. – The competitors in the final Northern Division Presented by Rabid Baits event of the year took off under lovely conditions on Day 1. With most of the Toyota Series Presented by Phoenix Boats season in the books, the Northern Division anglers are hitting the water at the Potomac River to finish things off. With 151 pros and Strike King co-anglers, the final event should be hard-fought, and though the fishing isn’t expected to be gangbusters, there are some positive rumblings from practice.
McLean football defeats Marshall, 27-24, in double overtime to secure best win of the 2020s
The Marshall Statesmen, fresh off of a 20-point loss, went on the road to take on the 4-0 McLean Highlanders in a game which was touted as McLean’s toughest to date. Despite the noise surrounding McLean’s incredible start, the Highlanders knew the game would be one of their hardest, and approached the practices of the prior week as such.
Determination pays off for Brentsville quarterback Caleb Alexander
Success on the gridiron didn’t come easy or early for Brentsville quarterback Caleb Alexander. In three seasons with the Manassas Sharks youth football team, he suffered through way more losses than wins – most of those as a quarterback for his father, Tom. But those setbacks only made Alexander want to taste victory that much more.