May 31, 2019

Members of the junior class at Seneca Valley were celebrating their new status as leaders of the school on Friday, and it led to the police being called to the school for fear of an active shooting incident was taking place at the Germantown school.

   According to a letter sent home from Principal M...

May 10, 2019

The Montgomery County Council today unanimously passed legislation introduced by Councilmember Tom Hucker that will reduce levels of toxic lead in Montgomery County Public Schools’ drinking water.

   Currently, Montgomery County schools follow the state lead standard of 20 parts per billion (ppb). Bi...

April 3, 2019

The Northwest softball team is off to a hot start to the 2019 season winning four of their first five games, and allowing just six runs in five games.

   On Tuesday, the Lady Jags improved to 4-1 on the young season with an 11-1 victory over cross-town rivals from Seneca Valley at Northwest’s home fi...

March 4, 2019

Seneca Valley’s Lady Eagles basketball team came out strong on Friday night against the Damascus Lady Hornets in the first round of the playoffs, but the Hornets strong showing in the second period earned them 75-61 victory.

   With the win, the 16-6 Lady Hornets will advance to play the 18-4 Poolesv...

March 1, 2019

A meeting that might be over interest to Germantown-area residents will take place next week as the Board of Education is re-considering how it goes about determining the boundaries for Montgomery County Public Schools. While the Board made it clear that this meeting is not about any specific bounda...

February 28, 2019

As work continues on the new Seneca Valley High School, there has been a bit of funding crisis between the Board of Education and the County Executive over a proposed expansion of the programs to be offered at the newly constructed $138.4 million high school rising in Germantown.

   The crisis has be...

February 23, 2019

In their final regular season game, the Lady Eagles fell just short of getting their 11th win of the year, and securing the fifth spot in the playoffs, by just one point on Friday night.

   Senior night at Seneca Valley High School proved to be a nail-biter as the Screaming Eagles fell to Richard Mon...

The Northwest Jaguars has swept the Seneca Valley Screaming Eagles for the second-straight year, with a 75-40 home victory on Friday, Feb. 8. The two teams faced each other earlier in the season, and the Jags prevailed 63-49.

   “I thought we came out and played well from start to finish,” said North...

The first time since the 2013-2014 season, the Seneca Valley Girls Basketball team has won 10 games. The Lady Eagles earned their tenth win against cross-town rivals as they held off a later charge by the Jaguars of Northwest on Friday, Feb. 8 to get a 45-43 victory on the road.

   Seneca Valley held...

February 7, 2019

It is perhaps the most highly anticipated day in Germantown, the King’s Trophy Game between rivals Seneca Valley and Northwest high schools — but it won’t take place for two years.

   The annual high school football game between the Germantown football powers will take a two-year hiatus, due to the p...

January 22, 2019

Playing last year’s defending state champions is no easy task, especially for a young team on the rise like Seneca Valley.

   The Screaming Eagles (7-4) girls’ basketball team may have been on the losing end of its Friday night home matchup against Poolesville (11-4), falling 66-40, but a game like t...

January 4, 2019

Montgomery County Public Schools has scheduled three public meetings to address questions and disseminate information regarding the Boundary Study which will be conducted to determine the boundaries of Northwest, Seneca Valley and Clarksburg high schools and Germantown-area middle schools once const...

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