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Boys hoops: Charm City vs. Windy City Shootout back on at Poly

The Charm City vs. Windy City Shootout, a boys basketball showcase at Poly, is now back on for Saturday after it was canceled Friday in anticipation of the inclement weather.

The event features some of the top teams in Baltimore and Chicago. At 6 p.m., St. Frances will take on Chicago power Morgan Park. At 8 p.m., Poly will go against perennial national power Simeon.

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Sean Murphy steps down after 21 years as Curley football coach

After 21 years as Archbishop Curley football coach, Sean Murphy has stepped down and plans to move to North Carolina where his wife, Lynne, began teaching in the fall.

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Forecast for southern snow postpones Public vs. Private Challenge

Saturday's Public vs.

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44 local football seniors among finalists for Team Maryland in Big 33 All-Star game

Forty-four high school senior football players from the Baltimore area were named to the Under Armour "ELITE 100" and are finalists for Team Maryland, which will play in the 60th Annual Big 33 All-Star Football game on May 29 at Hersheypark Stadium in Pennsylvania

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Friends senior point guard Ross Jones hits 1,000 points

Friends point guard Ross Jones reached a milestone and helped the Quakers win a close game against Thurgood Marshall on Thursday at the Governor's Challenge at the Wicomico County Civic Center.

A four-year starter, Jones scored 20 points to pass the 1,000-point plateau as the Quakers claimed a 50-48 win to improve to 7-3 on the season.

The Quakers will play Kent County today in the tournament.

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Area boys hoops teams, players shine at various holiday tournaments

'Tis the season to enjoy banner performances.  A number of area boys basketball teams did just that in the countless holidays tournaments taking place.  Here's a look at some of the standouts who helped their respective teams claim tournament titles.

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