If you followed the City basketball program closely from 2012 to 2014, Jihar Williams’ name might not ring a bell. Though Williams was a student at the Northeast Baltimore magnet school those years, he didn’t suit up for the Knights as a 10th-grader.
Two years after his basketball-less sophomore year, however, Williams has finalized plans to play Division I hoops.Read more
John Carroll boys basketball rising junior guard Immanuel Quickley got good news Monday night. Today's was even better.
Hours after he received a scholarship offer from Maryland, Quickley on Tuesday was named to USA Basketball's 12-player roster for the FIBA under-17 World Championship, held June 23-July 3 in Zaragoza, Spain.Read more
John Carroll boys basketball rising junior guard and reigning All-Metro Player of the Year Immanuel Quickley received a scholarship offer Monday from Maryland, he announced on Twitter.Read more
John Carroll rising junior guard Immanuel Quickley and Mount Saint Joseph rising junior forward Jalen Smith were named finalists for the USA Basketball under-17 team that will compete at the FIBA World Championship later this summer.
The 17 finalists will continue to train at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs through Friday, when the final 12-man roster is expected to be announced.Read more
St. Frances' football team will play Paramus Catholic at Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor over Labor Day weekend, St. Frances coach Henry Russell confirmed Wednesday.
The Panthers will kick off against the New Jersey power Friday night, Sept. 2, in the Big House, where the Wolverines will play Hawaii in their season opener the next day.Read more
Five local high school seniors were named Baltimore Ravens Scholars on Wednesday: Towson's Ariel Barbosa, Poly's I'Shea Boyd and Tuvia Rappaport, Francis Scott Key's Abigail Fowler and Western's Karen Hernandez.
The winners were chosen from 10 finalists from Baltimore City and Baltimore and Carroll counties -- where most of the Ravens' operations are based -- after 125 students applied.Read more