DeMatha offensive lineman Brock Ruble is headed to play for the reigning BCS national champion Seminoles.
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After impressing scouts with his play last year, Sobers-Assue finds his college home at Florida Gulf Coast.
Bass Pro Tournament of Champions, HoopHall Classic and MLK Hoopfest make for a strong slate of games.
Alabama offensive tackle and former DeMatha All-Met Cyrus Kouandjio will forgo his senior season to pursue a pro career, according to an ESPN report.
DeMatha senior QB John Lovett commits to Princeton; St. John's DB Denzel Dykes chooses William & Mary
Chesapeake Bowl offers area's best final chance to face top talent on the East Coast
Local football standouts give back, bringing gifts and smiles to local children.
Six-foot-nine, 300-pound senior Brock Ruble picked the Seminoles over Maryland and N.C. State in a busy week for Stags commitments.