Scorpions Cross Country: Off to a Promising Strong Start

      The OM Cross Country Season is off to a very strong start for the boys team, while the girls have showed as much resilience and fight as the boys. The boys have captured first place on two separate occasions and finished in second place on two separate occasions      The girls took home sixth place in the Prince George’s County Invitational … Continue reading Scorpions Cross Country: Off to a Promising Strong Start

Oakland Mills in the MPSSAA Playoffs

In their first round of MPSSAA playoffs––which would ultimately decide whether or not their season ends––the Oakland Mills Scorpions were faced against Marriotts Ridge, whom they had just beaten in their prior game on senior night. The game went into two periods of overtime, which resulted in a thrilling 83-77 victory for the Scorpions. Despite the final scoreland, the Scorpions went into the half trailing … Continue reading Oakland Mills in the MPSSAA Playoffs

Super Bowl LI

     Tom Brady led the New England Patriots to one of the greatest comebacks in sports history Sunday night at NRG Stadium on football’s biggest stage.  Rallying from a 28-3 second-half deficit in the historic Super Bowl LI on February 5. Brady, who was playing in his seventh career Super Bowl, started out slow against the NFC Champions Atlanta Falcons, who were playing in … Continue reading Super Bowl LI

Rodgers, Crosby’s Late Heroics Send Packers to NFC Championship

In a game on January 15 that pitted the visiting red-hot Green Bay Packers led by experienced quarterback Aaron Rodgers, against the host Dallas Cowboys, led by rookie sensations Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott, it was the experienced Packers who stunned 93,396 fans in attendance at AT&T Stadium by defeating the top-seeded Cowboys by a score of 34-31. The contest featured two ties and two … Continue reading Rodgers, Crosby’s Late Heroics Send Packers to NFC Championship