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Washington Capitals Please Annapolis Hockey Fans

With a 5-2 win, the Caps add excitement to an already dynamic day of revelry, American pride, and Naval pageantry.

Athlete Worth Watching: Josh Coffman of Severna Park High School

Josh Coffman verbally committed to play lacrosse at the University of Maryland before he played a single game at Severna Park High School.

Athlete Worth Watching: Justin Gielen of DeMatha Catholic High School

Justin Gielen has played soccer and basketball for as long as he can remember. The sports have been two of the most central parts of his life.

15 Minutes With…Ted Leonsis, Owner of Washington Capitals & Wizards

What’s Up? Media recently talked to Ted Leonsis about the Capitals and Wizards, being an entrepreneur, his books, and charity work.

Athlete Worth Watching: Karlie & Kathryn Allen, North Dorchester High School

Twin sisters, Karlie and Kathryn, hail from Cambridge, Maryland where they attend North Dorchester High School.

Towne Salute: Jen Roussillon of Athletes Serving Athletes

It’s always a win-win when you can combine passion with purpose. For Jen Roussillon, a love of running and a passion for working with athletes has proven to be that winning combination.

Athlete Worth Watching: Kassidy Bresnahan, South River High School Graduate

Recent South River High School graduate Kassidy Bresnahan arrived at the University of Florida this fall several steps ahead of the rest of her highly recruited freshmen lacrosse teammates.

Athlete Worth Watching: Kara Blanchard, Chesapeake High School Graduate

The graduated senior attacker, who will continue her lacrosse career at La Salle University, was named the 2016 team MVP and the 2016 Capital Gazette Coaches All-County Second Team.

Athlete Worth Watching: Michael Mercer of Indian Creek Upper School

As a freshman standout for the Eagles, Michael Mercer is a multi-sport athlete competing on both the varsity soccer and baseball teams.

Athlete Worth Watching: Hailey Ritter of Queen Anne’s County High School

For Hailey Ritter, a junior at Queen Anne’s County High School in Centreville, her love for swimming stemmed from an accidental sign up—but it was worth it.