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Lady Jags Basketball Win County Championship!

March 1, 2019 1:13pm | Terrence Brantley

The Lady Jaguars basketball team traveled to Wise High School to take on Gwynn Park in the PG County Championship game! Before tip-off both teams were presented with their division championship trophies for finishing first place in their respective leagues. The Jaguars flexed their dominance […]

Bowie State Lands Mekhi Williams!

February 28, 2019 3:54pm | Terrence Brantley

Senior defensive back, Mekhi Williams, has announced his commitment to Bowie State University! Mekhi has accomplished so much during his tenure with Flowers Football. He has been a Team Captain and Starter on Varsity since the 10th grade. In that 10th grade season Mekhi was […]

Violence in PGCPS

February 21, 2019 7:22pm | Eric Shuford

All across Maryland there is more violence. But in Prince George’s  County violence is a real problem, the schools in Prince George’s County are facing problems. The problem is violence that more currently there are more fights in schools around pgcps. Some students in Prince George’s […]

Welcoming the Chinese Students to CHFHS

February 19, 2019 5:36pm | Camille Burrell

Nnamdi Olebara Interview!

February 19, 2019 2:40pm | Michael Angu

On January, 14th I interviewed Nnamdi Olebara who recently just recently signed and committed to Howard University Track and Field with a full ride scholarship! Michael: “So Nnamdi, what is the event that you participate in?” Nnamdi: “Shot Put.” Michael: “Ok! What made you decide […]

Sam Shokera Speaks on the Status Quo: How to challenge yourself?

February 15, 2019 7:15pm | La'dae Green

Sam Shokera graduated from Duval High School in 2005. He then went into University of Maryland Eastern Shore in 2010.  He graduated with a Bachelor of Business and  hotel management.  He was very involved in his class and club activities in high school as well […]

AFJROTC Cadets Take Flight

February 14, 2019 3:53am | Raven V. Felder

On January 26th, 2019, your very own AFJROTC Cadets went on an instructional  flight with the Delaware State University Pilot Instructors at Bay Bridge Airport. The cadets that were allowed to go on the instructional flight was the cadets in the Aviation Honors Ground School, […]

Darryn Hylton Commits to Stonehill!

January 31, 2019 3:24pm | Terrence Brantley

Darryn Hylton, a senior defensive back has announced where he will be playing his college football. Darryn will be continuing his career as a student-athlete at Stonehill College! Darryn has an outstanding story. He is a former basketball player, who in his first year playing […]

Donni Blackwell Rising Track And Field Athlete

January 25, 2019 1:30am | Ronell Giles

Donni Blackwell is a junior upcoming track and field star athlete at Charles Herbert Flowers HS. She is a sprinter and jumper. At her #PGTuneup meet, she won her first event of the season in long jump, with a jump of 15’2.50 and also placed […]

Breezhon Stell and Jesse Ubah Dominate Winter Blitz!

January 16, 2019 12:24am | Terrence Brantley

Winter Blitz is one of the biggest if not the biggest wrestling tournaments of the season in the state of Maryland. Teams from all over the state come together usually over a two day period in competition. But on Friday, January 11, 2019, the tournament […]