Sunday, October 21, 2012

Redskins sink Vikings, Story, Photo's and Video from

                                                                 Robert Griffin III starts down field on a 76 yard run.  
Photo by Michael "Moe" Murphy  /
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Saturday, October 20, 2012

Kammerdiener sets rushing record in Freedom’s win over Champe by Moe Murphy

Aldie, VA- The Second Battle of Braddock Road was played at John Champe on Oct. 19 with the Freedom Eagles prevailing 42-26. See full coverage of the game with additional photo's at the Loudoun Times-Mirror website

Freedom High School senior Brendan Kammerdiener rushed for a school-record 392 yards and four touchdowns to lead the Eagles to a 42-26 victory over host John Champe Oct. 19 in Aldie.—Times-Mirror Photo/Michael “Moe” Murphy

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Saturday, October 13, 2012

Michael Fischetti and Kareen Watson Interview

PURCELLVILLE, VA- (Oct. 12, 2012) Potomac Falls Panther QB Michael Fischetti and RB/DB Kareen Watson speak with Moe Murphy after the Panthers 22-13 victory over the Loudoun Valley Vikings. Fischetti passed for one score (25 YD to Watson) and ran for one TD.

Watson caught Fischetti's TD pass and returned an interception on the last play of a game for a pick six.

Thursday, October 11, 2012

Redskins vs. Falcons photo gallery | by Moe Murphy

LANDOVER,MD- The Washington Redskins hosted the Atlanta Falcons at FedEx Field. It was THINKPINK day at FedEx Field. The Falcons pulled off a 24-17 victory over the Skins as Robert Griffin III left the game with a concussion.   Go to to see full photo gallery with locker room interviews.

Redskins NT Barry Cofield grabs Falcons QB Matt Ryan at FedEx Field. The Falcons won 24-17
photo by Michael "Moe" Murphy for the Loudoun Times-Mirror

Redskins vs. Falcons photo gallery |

Monday, October 8, 2012

Eagles Coach Chris Parker after Eagles 12-7 victory over Madison CO

BERRYVILLE, VA- The Clarke County Eagles defeated the Madison County Mountaineers at "the Felt" on Friday night as the Eagles celebrated Homecoming. Coach Chris Parker speaks with Clarke County Sports after the game.

Sunday, October 7, 2012

Josh Dulaney and Davey Hardesty speak with Clarke County Sports

BERRYVILLE, VA- Clarke County Eagle's Josh Dulaney and Davey Hardesty speak with Moe Murphy of Clarke County Sports after the Eagles 12 - 7 homecoming victory over Madison County.

Friday, October 5, 2012

BERRYVILLE, VA - Oct. 5, 2012  The Clarke County Eagles defeated the Madison County Mountaineers to get their first Bull Run District win on Homecoming Night at "the Felt".

Davey Hardesty scored both touchdowns for Clarke. The first score was a 55 yard touchdown reception from Sean McDonald (see below). The second a 1 yard run.  More coverage with photo's and interviews coming soon.

Clarke County Eagle Davey Hardesty takes a Sean McDonald pass 55 yards to the house to help lead the Eagles to a     12 -7 victory over Madison County on Friday in Berryville.   Photo by Moe Murphy / Clarke County Sports

Loudoun County bounces back in a big way |By Moe Murphy

Loudoun County senior defensive lineman Deron Davis scoops up a fumble on Woodgrove’s opening drive and races 69 yards to give the Raiders an early 7-0 lead. Loudoun County rolled from that point forward en route to a 48-7 victory.  -Times-Mirror Photo/Michael “Moe” Murphy
 PURCELLVILLE, VA- The Loudoun County Raiders defeated the Woodgrove Wolverines 48-7 to tighten up the Dulles District Standings. Raider QB Jake Lokey passed for five touchdowns. Click link to see full story with photo gallery at 

Loudoun County bounces back in a big way |

Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Virginia Tech vs. Cincinnati football photos |

VA Tech QB Logan Thomas looks down field against Cincinnati at FedEx Field

LANDOVER, MD- VA Tech battled Cincinnati in the VA 529 College Savings Classic at FedEx Field. Moe Murphy was on hand to get shots for the Loudoun Times-Mirror. View the full gallery at   click link below
Virginia Tech vs. Cincinnati football photos |

Briar Woods defeats Tuscarora for 20th straight win | by Alanna Dvorak

Briar Woods Coach Charlie Pierce Times-Mirror Staff Photo/Beverly Denny
LEESBURG, VA-  The two-time defending Virginia Division 4 state champion Briar Woods High School football team started this season with a slogan: “Stay humble, stay hungry.”
The Falcons proved their desire Sept. 28, dismantling previously unbeaten Tuscarora 35-6 to earn their 20th straight victory.  
“Our seniors got together at the beginning of the year and our number one motto was stay humble, stay hungry,” said senior running back Corey Colder, who has totaled 553 yards and nine touchdowns on the season. “That’s something coach instilled in us two years ago when we started this and we keep that going week after week.”

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Briar Woods defeats Tuscarora for 20th straight win |

Monday, October 1, 2012

VA Tech locker room interviews at FedEx

LANDOVER, MD- VA Tech Head Football Coach Frank Beamer talks to the media at FedEx Field after the VA 529 College Savings Classic. The Hokies lost a last second heartbreaker to the Cincinnati Bearcats 27-24.

Quarterback Logan Thomas and linebacker Bruce Taylor speak as well.