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Varsity Letters

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No. 1 Perry Hall boys looking for first Baltimore County basketball crown

The Perry Hall boys basketball team wants to make this a season of firsts.

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Glenelg Country School's Isaiah Burnett 'fits in really well' with Navy

After moving to Maryland from Louisville in sixth grade, Isaiah Burnett did what any basketball-obsessed pre-teen looking to make friends might do: join a local AAU team.

It was with the Severna Park-based Maryland 3D program that Burnett – now a 6-foot-4, 173-pound senior shooting guard at Glenelg Country School – was introduced to what would become his future home.

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Northwestern starts slowly, but rolls past Southwestern in City girls D-II championship

Northwestern (16-1) didn’t start strong Saturday, but made up for it, hitting its stride late in the third quarter and rolling to a 61-36 win over Southwestern at Coppin State.

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Seton Keough to extend hoops season with trip to the Bishop Walsh Invitational

The final season of Seton Keough girls basketball will be extended for a couple weeks past the IAAM A Conference championships.

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St. Frances continues to rise in national girls basketball polls

The top-ranked St. Frances girls basketball team continued its steady rise in the national polls this week after finishing the regular season 25-0.

The Panthers moved up to No. 13 in USA Today's Super 25 and No. 12  in MaxPreps' Xcellent 25. Both are writer polls, and the Panthers fare a little better in the computer polls, which are designed to be more objective but don't always measure intangibles.

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Soccer standout Quantrell Jones commits to UMBC for 2018 season

Soccer standout Quantrell Jones, a former Kenwood product who is member of the U.S. Under-17 Men's National Team, has made a verbal commitment to UMBC for the 2018 school year.

The star goalkeeper, who turned 17 on Jan. 16, left Kenwood as a sophomore last spring and has been part of the U.S.

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