Varsity Letters

Varsity Letters News and notes on Baltimore area high school sports
After standout year at St. Frances, four-star QB Jalon Jones transfers back to Virginia school

St. Frances football standout Jalon Jones, the state’s top quarterback recruit and an All-Metro first-team selection, is heading back home.

The rising senior and Florida commitment announced Friday that he was leaving the Baltimore school for Virginia, where he played as a freshman and sophomore. Jones will spend his senior year at Henrico, a school just outside Richmond for which he starred in 2016.

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High school sports polls for May 29, 2018 (final)

Rankings for lacrosse, baseball, softball and outdoor track and field.

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High school sports polls for May 22, 2018

Rankings for lacrosse, baseball, softball and outdoor track and field.

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High school sports polls for May 15, 2018

Rankings for lacrosse, baseball, softball and outdoor track and field.

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Facts and figures from McDonogh girls lacrosse team's 198-game winning streak

Taking a look back at the McDonogh girls lacrosse team’s 198-game winning streak, which ended Friday night with a 10-8 loss to Notre Dame Prep:

>>Last loss: The Eagles had not lost since April 11, 2009, when they fell to Canandaigua (N.Y.). Their last loss to a Maryland team came in the 2008 IAAM A Conference final against John Carroll.

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Severna Park, Howard among top seeds for state boys lacrosse sectional playoffs

The state boys lacrosse playoffs will get underway with sectional quarterfinal play Wednesday with several local teams looking to claim state championships in the newly-formatted four classifications.

The Class 4A boasts plenty of local firepower with Severna Park, winners of the past two 4A-3A titles, earning the top seed in the East region’s Section I. The No.

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