PG13 Season 8 Episode 13
In the season finale, Dr. Henry A. Wise junior DeCarlos Young describes how he represents the legacy of the school name, while the Pumas look to add another championship banner in Annapolis.
It’s time for Thursday Night Basketball or Thursday Night Football -- Prince George’s County-style -- with PG 13, a series about PGCPS high school sports. This season, tune in Thursdays at 6p as we take you on and off the field and court with teams, coaches, players, fans and families. All 13 episodes will be broadcast on PGCPS social media channels, pgcps.org and PGCPS-TV 96 (Comcast) and 38 (Verizon). Spread the word about #PG13!
Despite the sudden end to the season, C.H. Flowers senior Marc Harrison Jr. shows us how he's working towards his future goals, and how family, sport, and school all play a major role. Potomac faces an old foe in Baltimore, and Dr. Henry A. Wise tries to fend off a challenge from Walter Johnson High School.
As the race for Annapolis begins, Charles Herbert Flowers High School relishes the playoff journey, Frederick Douglass tries to defend its home turf, Friendly High School pays homage to its seniors, while Eleanor Roosevelt and Parkdale fight hard to move on to the next round.
Wise H.S. Dual-sport senior Taylor Brown explains how family keeps him grounded. C.H. Flowers media student Cameron Rice joins the PG13 crew on a project. Weather delays the Oxon-Flowers game. Cheerleaders, players, and parents from Frederick Douglass and Gwynn Park revel in the Battle of 301.
There's much more to game night than just the game. Oxon Hill and Potomac renew a crosstown rivalry and both schools demonstrate pride during the "Community Bowl." Parents and cheerleaders at Dr. Henry A. Wise show off spirit, and Charles Herbert Flowers begins defense of their county 4A championship.