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 •  June 13, 2016

First state title proves elusive for local programs Churchill girls lacrosse team dominated Montgomery County competition this season but fell in the state semifinals to a team from St. Mary's County Another season has come and gone and once again no Montgomery County Public Schools lacrosse team managed to win a state championship during the...

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 •  May 3, 2016

Millions of Americans live with unbearable chronic pain, here's how three of them are dealing with it Illustration by Rebekka Dunlap Just under 6 feet tall, with long arms and legs and an athletic build, Laura Chase McGehee, 29, looks like someone you’d see in an ESPN highlight reel. She took up rowing in ninth grade at the Holton-Arms School in...

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 •  January 25, 2016

When student-athletes sustain a concussion, strict rules govern their return to play, but not their return to school. photo by skip brown Goalie Sally Egan watched as an opposing player approached her during a Saturday soccer scrimmage in February 2014. Focused on stopping the player from scoring, the 14-year-old dove for the ball just as the other...

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 •  December 11, 2015

Researchers will soon start to recruit 50 varsity student-athletes to participate in the yearlong study, said Katie Hughes Brodka, senior athletic trainer for Medstar Sports ... study along with its physicians and concussion specialists, Elizabeth ...