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Varsity Letters News and notes on Baltimore area high school sports
Four area soccer standouts named NSCAA All-Americans

Calvert Hall senior forward Ben Alexander and Archbishop Curley junior defender Nick Richardson made the boys list, while Archbishop Spalding senior defender Emily Roberts and Notre Dame Prep senior goalkeeper Ashley Gabor were the girls honored.

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Boys basketball Top 5 countdown: No. 1 Mount Saint Joseph

An argument can be made for No. 2 Poly or No. 3 John Carroll to start out as the area's No. 1 ranked team.

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Boys basketball Top 5 countdown: No. 2 Poly

With senior De'Vondre Perry and an experienced cast, the Engineers are primed to make it two straight Baltimore City titles and are targeting a state crown.

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Boys basketball Top 5 countdown: No. 3 John Carroll

The boys basketball season is under way for the private schools with the public schools beginning play Dec. 5, so it’s time to roll out the projections for this season’s top teams. 

In the coming days, Varsity Letters will count down the top five with the area’s preseason No. 1 team posted on Thursday night.

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Boys basketball Top 5 countdown: No. 4 Glenelg Country

Glenelg Country made a significant leap in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference last season -- going from 13-14 in 2014-15 to 19-9 and winning its first playoff game.

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Boys basketball Top 5 countdown: No. 5 Lake Clifton

The boys basketball season is under way for the private schools with the public schools beginning play Dec. 5, so it’s time to roll out the projections for this season’s top teams. 

In the coming days, Varsity Letters will count down the top five with the area’s preseason No. 1 team posted on Thursday night.

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