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Cardinal Gibbons alums to gather Saturday for flag-football reunion game

As a graduate of Cardinal Gibbons School, Chris Burley can't get together with his former teammates on a Friday night to watch their alma mater's football team in action.

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After long journey, Glenelg Country's Anthony Longpre commits to Saint Joseph's

In L’Assomption, Quebec, French is the dominant language and hockey the dominant sport. For a lanky boy hoping to play major-college basketball in the United States, growing up in a far-flung Montreal suburb was, to put in mildly, less than conducive to fulfilling those hoop dreams.

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Parkville's Justin Payne named Ravens Coach of the Week

Parkville's Justin Payne was named the Ravens High School Football Coach of the Week on Thursday after guiding the Knights to their first win over Perry Hall since 2009.

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Rain washes out all outdoor athletic events Thursday in Carroll County

The steady rain that has hit the metro area postponed all outdoor athletic events in Carroll County on Thursday.

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Friday's Curley road football game switched to the Friars' turf field because of rain

The heavy rain forecast to continue at least through Saturday in Baltimore already has altered one football game on Friday's schedule.

Archbishop Curley was scheduled to play at Tuscarora in Frederick County but the Titans have a natural grass field so the game has been moved to the Friars' artificial turf. Kickoff is Friday at 3:30 p.m.

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Towson soccer honors longtime coach with cancer benefit game

Towson's longtime soccer coach Randy Dase isn't one to get overly emotional, but this past Monday was different.

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