Other sports may be more glamorous but in Prince George's County, boys' baseball continues to fill the stands, attracting a rise in committed young players, their families and fans.
A standing-room-only crowd packed the Sugar Ray Leonard Boxing Center in Palmer Park, Md., on Saturday for an exciting night of Washington Golden Gloves action during the first of two weeks of the tournament's semifinals.
With the pro golf season underway and players such as Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, and Sergio Garcia preparing for the Masters Championship in April, a local champion has emerged on the sport’s radar.
To call Bobby Okereke’s route to a college football scholarship unconventional would be an understatement.
Two years ago, when his six-year-old son Miles said he wanted to play full-contact football, Bruce Lancaster faced a difficult decision. Miles' alternative to football came in the form of an uncommon sport in Prince George's County: Lacrosse.
Friendship Public Charter School announced Wednesday that 18 students at Friendship Collegiate Academy signed athletic scholarships.
D.C.'s Lamont Peterson successfully defended his IBF junior welterweight championship Saturday with a 12-round unanimous decision over Dierry "Dougy Style" Jean of Montreal in front of a crowd of 5,668 at the D.C. Armory.
IBF junior welterweight champion and D.C. native Lamont Peterson will defend his title against undefeated Dierry Jean on Jan. 25 at the D.C. Armory.
Championship boxing returns to the nation’s capital on Saturday, Jan. 25, 2014, when hometown hero IBF Junior Welterweight World Champion Lamont Peterson defends his 140-pound crown against Montreal’s unbeaten Dierry Jean.
The Washington Nationals' commitment to young and aspiring District area baseball fans has perhaps never been more evident than team officials showing off a new 18,000-square-foot training facility at Fort DuPont Park in Southeast.
It didn't take long for the Georgetown University men's basketball team to get used to some good old fashion home cooking.
When H.D. Woodson High School started its season in late August, D’Andre Payne watched as a spectator. District of Columbia Public Schools (DCPS) officials ruled him ineligible after issues surrounding his District residency surfaced.
H.D. Woodson defeated Wilson, 25-13, in the 44th Annual Turkey Bowl, a Thanksgiving tradition, in Southeast on Thursday, Nov. 28.
Despite the passage of years, most Washington, D.C.-area sports fans will never forget Len Bias, a Landover-born and University of Maryland standout basketball star whose promising professional career never materialized because of his tragic death 27 years ago.
Jordan Reed caught nine passes for 134 yards, including a touchdown to help lead the Washington Redskins to a wild 45-41 victory over the Chicago Bears at FedEx Field in Landover, Md., on Sunday.