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Rutgers commitment takes Calvert Hall LB Tyshon Fogg back home

Calvert Hall linebacker Tyshon Fogg announced Sunday he has committed to play football at Rutgers -- a decision that will take him back to his home state. Fogg, who announced his commitment on Twitter, spent his first 11 years in Asbury Park, N.J., before moving to Maryland. In his tweet, Fogg...

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  • All-Metro Boys Lacrosse Player of the Year: Jackson Morrill, McDonogh

    All-Metro Boys Lacrosse Player of the Year: Jackson Morrill, McDonogh

    Some of the finest and most important traits that led No. 1 McDonogh (18-1) to the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference championship this season included their confidence, poise and ability to stay in control of games. Jackson Morrill, a four-year varsity player and captain...

  • All-Metro Boys Lacrosse Coach of the Year: Andy Hilgartner, McDonogh

    All-Metro Boys Lacrosse Coach of the Year: Andy Hilgartner, McDonogh

    After a number of close calls in recent years, McDonogh finally got over the hump and captured the program's first Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association AConference championship since 2005. Behind Andy Hilgartner, in his eighth season as head coach and 10th with the program, the Eagles...

  • All-Metro Boys Lacrosse Teams

    All-Metro Boys Lacrosse Teams

    FIRST TEAM JT Bugliosi Calvert Hall, junior, attackman •One of the area's most dynamic dodgers finished third varsity season with 46 goals, eight assists and 33 ground balls to help lead No. 6 Cardinals (14-5) to MIAA A Conference playoffs Had three goals in a 7-6 win over Malvern Prep, including...

  • All-Metro Boys Lacrosse 2016

    All-Metro Boys Lacrosse 2016

    The Baltimore Sun's All-Metro Boys Lacrosse 2016 package consists of a photo gallery, a story on Player of the Year Jackon Morrill, a story on Coach of the Year Andy Hilgartner, and a listing of the first team, with each player's exploits, as well as the second team. 

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  • All-Metro Girls Lacrosse Player of the Year: Lizzie Colson, Manchester Valley

    All-Metro Girls Lacrosse Player of the Year: Lizzie Colson, Manchester Valley

    Because of a nagging foot injury, Manchester Valley senior Lizzie Colson moved from midfield to attack this spring to cut down on her running. That made her even more of a scoring threat. She broke the Carroll County single-season record with 108 goals and led the No. 2 Mavericks (19-1) to their...

  • All-Metro Girls Lacrosse Coach of the Year: Chris Robinson, McDonogh

    All-Metro Girls Lacrosse Coach of the Year: Chris Robinson, McDonogh

    Coaching a seemingly unbeatable team posed several challenges this spring for McDonogh coach Chris Robinson, who not only had to mold a young team but also had to help the youngsters handle the pressure when every opponent had its date with the Eagles circled in red on the calendar. It all came...

  • All-Metro Girls Lacrosse Teams

    All-Metro Girls Lacrosse Teams

    FIRST TEAM Andie Aldave McDonogh, junior, midfielder •Two-time first-team selection affected play all over the field for the eight-time IAAM A Conference champion No. 1 Eagles •Tied for third on the team in goals with 43, second in assists with 34; also a force on one of the area's stingiest defenses,...

  • All-Metro Girls Lacrosse 2016

    All-Metro Girls Lacrosse 2016

    The Baltimore Sun's All-Metro Girls Lacrosse 2016 package consists of a photo gallery, a story on Player of the Year Lizzie Colson, a story on Coach of the Year Chris Robinson, and a listing of the first team, with each player's exploits, as well as the second team. 

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  • All-Metro Softball Player of the Year: Emily Maseth, Westminster

    All-Metro Softball Player of the Year: Emily Maseth, Westminster

    Westminster senior Emily Maseth was asked who has helped her the most during her softball career. "My dad," she said. "He caught like 100 million pitches from me." All that practice paid off. Maseth capped an outstanding career for the Owls with a storybook final season. She led the team with a...

  • All-Metro Softball Teams

    All-Metro Softball Teams

    FIRST TEAM Emily Allen Centennial, senior, catcher •Allen batted .623 with a .644 on-base percentage and a 1.264 slugging percentage for the Eagles •She averaged more than two hits per game and of her 33 hits, 21 went for extra bases •Finished with 13 doubles, three triples and five home runs,...

  • All-Metro Softball Coach of the Year: Russ Kovach, C. Milton Wright

    All-Metro Softball Coach of the Year: Russ Kovach, C. Milton Wright

    Russ Kovach likens coaching to playing chess. "It's all about putting the pieces in the best position to win," he said. The C. Milton Wright softball coach had to work a little harder at that than usual this season, having lost seven starters from his 2015 state runner-up team to graduation. He...

  • All-Metro Softball 2016

    All-Metro Softball 2016

    The Baltimore Sun's All-Metro Softball 2016 package consists of a photo gallery, a story on Player of the Year Emily Maseth, a story on Coach of the Year Russ Kovach, and a listing of the first team, with each player's exploits, as well as the second team.

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Maryland falls to Pennsylvania, 26-14, in Big 33 Classic

The Maryland coaching staff knew it didn't have the same star power as Pennsylvania for the Big 33 Classic, but it didn't see any reason to think it couldn't hang with the Keystone State's finest in the annual all-star game. And through the early part of Saturday night's matchup at Hersheypark...

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