Football

DeMatha football schedule much different, much more difficult

August 30, 2019

By CHRIS McMANES — When returning DeMatha football coach Bill McGregor last coached the Stags, he faced a vastly different schedule. One of the biggest changes begins tonight when DeMatha plays its first regular-season home game ever at Catholic University.  The contest will be the first of five [read more]

HVFD delivers upset to HCPD in annual Heroes Bowl

November 27, 2018

By EMILY STRAB — In the annual flag football fight for bragging rights, this year, the firefighters took home the trophy. Hyattsville’s Finest and Hyattsville’s Bravest, along with many other residents and City of Hyattsville staff, gathered Nov. 17 to celebrate the annual Hyattsville Heroes [read more]

DeMatha defense helps offense click in 19-point football victory

September 6, 2018

By CHRIS McMANES — The DeMatha offense has its hand on the throttle. The defense is already raring to go. The Stags rode their veteran defense to a 27-8 win over Imhotep Charter on Aug. 31. After being whitewashed in its opener, DeMatha needed a positive outcome. “It was a tough week,” [read more]

Thanks to the Redskins, the Wildcats play on a new field

November 12, 2017

BY MEAGAN MILLER — In 2000, construction of the new Northwestern High School included a building, a field, a concession stand and a stadium. The field was covered with sod, which, over the years, didn’t hold up to JV and varsity soccer and football practices. Coach Bryan Pierre said, “It’s [read more]

Premier running back returns, helps DeMatha qualify for playoffs

November 9, 2017

BY CHRIS MCMANES — Marshawn Lloyd returned to the DeMatha lineup Saturday. His timing couldn’t be better. Lloyd, who missed the Stags previous eight games with injury, rushed for 80 yards on 11 carries and scored two touchdowns to help lead the Stags to a 50-0 victory over Archbishop Carroll [read more]
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