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Former Southern big man Cody Joyce transfers to UMBC

Former Southern big man Cody Joyce transfers to UMBC

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Former Calvert Hall QB Kuhns headed to Michigan State

Former Calvert Hall QB Kuhns headed to Michigan State

Former Calvert Hall quarterback Colar Kuhns, who originally planned to play football at Cornell, has decided to accept an offer from Michigan State instead.

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Mount St. Joseph hoopster Jaylen Adams commits to St. Bonaventure

Mount St. Joseph hoopster Jaylen Adams commits to St. Bonaventure

Mount St. Joseph All-Metro senior guard Jaylen Adams has made a commitment to play basketball at St. Bonaventure.

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AACC girls lax tournament moves to Annapolis for Day One

AACC girls lax tournament moves to Annapolis for Day One

The annual Anne Arundel Community College Girls Lacrosse Tournament has a new look to it this year -- in more ways than one.

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Marriotts Ridge soccer standout Amir Najib commits to Old Dominion

Marriotts Ridge soccer standout Amir Najib commits to Old Dominion

Marriotts Ridge soccer star Amir Najib, an All-Metro first-team midfielder, has committed to play at Old Dominion University.

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Glenelg lineman David Robbins commits to Florida State

Glenelg lineman David Robbins commits to Florida State

When Glenelg offensive lineman David Robbins decided to visit Florida State last month, he just wanted to see what a national championship football program looked like from the inside. He left Tallahassee, Fla., thinking that he might be able to play there.

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Defense standing out on Howard boys lacrosse team

Defense standing out on Howard boys lacrosse team

The No. 13 Howard boys lacrosse team, now 7-0, has experienced talent all over the field.  But one area is particularly thriving: defense.

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South River football coach Lance Clelland leaves for St. Christopher's (Va.)

South River football coach Lance Clelland leaves for St. Christopher's (Va.)

After a short stint in Florida, Baltimore native Lance Clelland returned to Maryland in 2011 to coach the South River football team citing the opportunity to be closer to family.

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McGee's goals have more meaning this season for McDonogh boys lacrosse

McGee's goals have more meaning this season for McDonogh boys lacrosse

McDonogh senior attackman Trey McGee has scored plenty of goals in his four years on varsity. None have been more special than those scored this season.

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Gilman snowboarder wins silver, bronze medals at national championships

Gilman snowboarder wins silver, bronze medals at national championships

A 14-year-old Gilman snowboarder won silver and bronze medals in the United States of America Snowboard Association National Championships this month.

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Former Edmondson guard Isaiah Tripp headed to Abilene Christian

Former Edmondson guard Isaiah Tripp headed to Abilene Christian

There were several college coaches that thought Isaiah Tripp was good enough to play Division I basketball immediately after his senior year at Edmondson. The 6-foot-2, 180-pound point guard, however, had a different opinion.

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Penn Relays select 14 local track and field athletes for April meet

Penn Relays select 14 local track and field athletes for April meet

Of the 445 high school track and field athletes selected to participate in the prestigious Penn Relays, 14 attend schools in the Baltimore metropolitan area.

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Walbrook's Roscoe Smith won a title with UConn, but not this one

Walbrook's Roscoe Smith won a title with UConn, but not this one

As members of the national champion Connecticut men's basketball team took turns cutting down the nets at AT&T Stadium late Monday night, missing from the long line of scissor-wielding champs was a former Baltimore basketball star.

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Former St. Frances guard Wayne Sparrow coming home for last year of college

Former St. Frances guard Wayne Sparrow coming home for last year of college

After four years, 89 games and a political science degree, Wayne Sparrow will leave Richmond next month. But the former St. Frances star’s playing days aren’t over.

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Calvert Hall coach Donald Davis joins USA Football safety workshop

Calvert Hall coach Donald Davis joins USA Football safety workshop

Calvert Hall football coach Donald Davis and 20 other coaches and former players will participate in a USA Football safety workshop this weekend in Indianapolis.

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Maryland boys basketball All-Stars top Pennsylvania

Maryland boys basketball All-Stars top Pennsylvania

Led by a 28-point performance from Woodlawn's Victor McDermott, Maryland came away with a 118-114 double overtime win against their Pennsylvania counterparts in the Maryland-Pennsylvania senior all-star game at Harrisburg Christian Athletic Center on Saturday.

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Former Calvert Hall hoops assistant coach David Gately is McDonogh's new head coach

Former Calvert Hall hoops assistant coach David Gately is McDonogh's new head coach

Calvert Hall assistant boys basketball coach David Gately will replace Donta Evans as head coach at McDonogh, according to a source.

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After 51 years, 1963 Calvert Hall baseball champs to be recognized by school

After 51 years, 1963 Calvert Hall baseball champs to be recognized by school

CalvertHall’s 1963 championship baseball team did not participate in a school tradition then, but members of the team will get that chance later this month.

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Seven local wrestlers named NHSCA high school All-Americans

Seven local wrestlers named NHSCA high school All-Americans

Seven local wrestlers were named High School All-Americans by the National High School Coaches Association following the 25th annual High School Wrestling Championships in Virginia Beach last weekend.

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St. Frances' Dwayne Morgan to compete in national slam dunk contest

St. Frances' Dwayne Morgan to compete in national slam dunk contest

St. Frances senior forward Dwayne Morgan will participate in the 2014 American Family Insurance High School Slam Dunk Championship, set for Friday at Duncanville (Texas) High School.

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Rosters, new format for President's Cup baseball announced

Rosters, new format for President's Cup baseball announced

Looking to create more interaction between baseball players from Baltimore City public and private schools, organizers of the President's Cup have changed the event's format, eschewing a 16-team public vs. private tournament in favor of a single East vs. West all-star game.

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City's Timmy Bond to play basketball at Eastern Michigan

City's Timmy Bond to play basketball at Eastern Michigan

City senior guard Timmy Bond, who earned All-Metro first-team honors after helping lead the No. 1 Knights (27-0)  to the Class 3A state championship, committed Sunday night to play basketball at Eastern Michigan.

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St. Mary's girls lacrosse off to 3-0 start after two years without an A Conference win

St. Mary's girls lacrosse off to 3-0 start after two years without an A Conference win

St. Mary's girls lacrosse coach Kate Hickman said the veterans on her team have just had enough of losing.

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Undefeated City basketball team recognized by lawmakers at State House

Undefeated City basketball team recognized by lawmakers at State House

The undefeated City boys basketball team continued its victory lap on Wednesday with an appearance at the State House in Annapolis.

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Baltimore Catholic League Hall of Fame banquet set for May 1

Baltimore Catholic League Hall of Fame banquet set for May 1

The Baltimore Catholic League will induct eight players, one coach and an honorary member at its Hall of Fame Banquet, set for 5:30 p.m. Thursday, May 1 at Rolling Road Country Club in Catonsville.

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Maryland vs. Pennsylvania boys basketball showcase slated for Saturday in Harrisburg

Maryland vs. Pennsylvania boys basketball showcase slated for Saturday in Harrisburg

The Maryland vs. Pennsylvania boys basketball all-star game, which features Maryland seniors from various local leagues, is set for 8:30 p.m. Saturday at the Harrisburg Christian Athletic Center.

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City and Edmondson boys basketball teams to be honored at City Hall

City and Edmondson boys basketball teams to be honored at City Hall

Boys basketball state champions City and Edmondson will be recognized at Monday afternoon's city council meeting at City Hall.

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City guard Kamau Stokes verbally commits to Toledo

City guard Kamau Stokes verbally commits to Toledo

Just days after completing an undefeated boys basketball season by winning the Class 3A state championship with City on Saturday, Knights senior Kamau Stokes has verbally committed to play basketball at Toledo.

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ABOUT THE BLOGGERS


Katherine Dunn joined The Baltimore Sun in 1990 and has been covering high school sports ever since. She also handles the women's lacrosse beat, covering college national championships and the World Cup four years ago when it came to Annapolis.

Glenn Graham has covered high school sports since 1990 for The Baltimore Sun. Graham is a Pennsylvania native and a 1989 graduate of Slippery Rock University. In addition to high schools, he is also the beat reporter for the Baltimore Blast.

Alexander Pyles is the content editor overseeing high school sports coverage. Pyles graduated from UMBC in 2009 and earned a master’s degree from Maryland in 2011. He previously was The (Md.) Daily Record’s State House reporter and an editor at Patch.com.

Matt Bracken, The Sun's Director of Audience Engagement & Development, has covered local basketball recruiting since coming to Baltimore in 2007. Bracken graduated from Michigan in 2005 and earned a master's degree in new media journalism from Northwestern in 2006.

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The Baltimore Sun's All-Metro selections in boys and girls lacrosse, baseball, softball, and boys and girls track and field. Other teams are below:
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