Orioles All-Star closer Zach Britton tosses 1-2-3 inning in rehab assignment with Keys

After talking about the anxiety induced from his first trip to the disabled list since May 2014, Zach Britton fixed a smile and shifted down Read More


Clingan saves the day as FCC men’s lacrosse enjoys program first in 8-7 win over Harford CC

Protecting a stalemate with just over three minutes to play, Frederick Community College goaltender Colton Clingan found himself as the only man between a Harford Read More


Shorthanded FCC women’s lacrosse falls to nationally ranked Howard CC, 19-5

Playing without the full complement of players, Frederick Community College’s women’s lacrosse team (4-6) lost to Howard Community College, 19-5, the second ranked team in the Read More


The Valor’s Arena Football League debut rendered in style. Now it needs the DMV’s support to thrive

In case you haven’t heard, the Washington Valor — D.C.’s fledgling Arena Football League franchise — made its debut on Friday night at the Verizon Read More


FCC baseball drops both games of doubleheader with Harford CC

Coming off the heels of its 10-2 win against Hood College JV last Thursday, the Frederick Community College baseball team faced off against Harford Community Read More


FCC baseball rolls over Hood College JV, 10-2, wins third straight

In any sport, one of the best ways to ensure victory is by capitalizing on your opponent’s mistakes. That’s exactly what Frederick Community College did Read More


Frederick County basketball: Forging a name on the big stage

BUFFALO, N.Y. — A fledgling journalist to the national reporting scene turned a corner and encountered a pack of reporters fenced around Villanova’s Jay Wright, rattling Read More

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Men’s basketball uses 12-0 run to down Northern Va., clinch region tournament appearance

Needing a win to keep their season alive and earn a spot in the Region XX Division II men’s basketball tournament, Frederick Community College used Read More


Africa to FCC: ‘It was time for me to go for my goals’

The pensive but eager teenager peered out the tiny airplane window, watching everything he ever knew vanish beneath the clouds. For the first five minutes, Bilal Hassane Souley’s upbringing — all 18 years of it — flashed before his eyes as he flew out of Diori Hamani International Airport of Niamey, Niger.Later, he recalled this moment the most agonizing 300 seconds of his life. But as Hassane Souley peered down at the fading city he would forever call home, he knew boarding a flight halfway aro


University of Maryland football and the pursuit of happiness

In a world filled with glitzy technology and fancy analytics, we often overlook the human element. The industrialized perception has molded millennials into a generation Read More

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