Oakland Mills Falls to Fredrick Douglass 22-15 in Semifinals After Historic Season

On Friday night, Oakland Mills Scorpions lost to the Fredrick Douglass Eagles 22-15 in the 2A MPSSAA State Semifinals. Before the heartbreaking loss to Fredrick Douglass, the Scorpions defeated the Owings Mills Eagles 22-14 after Oakland Mills scored 14 unanswered points in the fourth quarter. Kanye Holland’s electrifying 60-yard touchdown run served as a turning point in the game leading Shane King to score the … Continue reading Oakland Mills Falls to Fredrick Douglass 22-15 in Semifinals After Historic Season

Bright Future for Oakland Mills’ Young Field Hockey Team

It has been a rough past couple of years for the Oakland Mills Field Hockey team. Due to a lack of interest in the program, the team has struggled to score goals, let alone win a game. While the OMHS field hockey team finished 1-11, there were many glimmers of hope throughout the season. Led by captains Erin Oliver, Katie Oliver, and Abigail Reed, the … Continue reading Bright Future for Oakland Mills’ Young Field Hockey Team

Oakland Mills Fall Playoffs

Boys soccer: The boys soccer team finished this past season 9-2-1. A highlight win was against Mount Hebron where they won 1-0 on the 14th of September. Their first playoff game was against Westminster High School on the 30th of October, pushing them to beat Westminster 2-0. This led them to play Mount Hebron for the second time on the 2nd of November where they … Continue reading Oakland Mills Fall Playoffs

Atlanta Won it All

  The 2021 MLB season has sadly come to an end this year with the Atlanta Braves winning the commissioner’s trophy (world series championship trophy). This past season has been very up and down for the Atlanta Braves. From being high contenders earlier this season to being last in their division at one point, to losing their star player to a season-ending injury, to beating … Continue reading Atlanta Won it All

MLB Update

With the Major League Baseball (MLB) season already being three months in, a lot has happened. There have been six NO hitters, four of which were thrown in May, and teams that were thought to be mediocre are actually leading their division. Upcoming star players are making a very big push for their team to make the playoffs. But there is still a lot of … Continue reading MLB Update