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  • Record field ran for wins, wine at Boordy Vineyards

    Record field ran for wins, wine at Boordy Vineyards

    A field of record size raced in the annual Charm City Run 5K at Boordy Vineyards Sunday in Hydes. Finishing among the grapevines, Harford runners collected several bottles of wine as age-group awards. Gavin Daly led the masters men. The 44-year-old Forest Hill resident, making a comeback two decades...

  • Tyler Muse 'runs away' from the rams again

    Tyler Muse 'runs away' from the rams again

    For Tyler Muse, the fourth annual Running with the Rams became his third annual running away from the Rams. Muse won the race Saturday for the third time, completing a flat 5K course in Edgewood in 16:35 and finishing ahead of former standouts of the Edgewood High School Rams — Langston Gash (second...

  • Pawlukovich, Fisher complete 100-mile race in less than a day

    Pawlukovich, Fisher complete 100-mile race in less than a day

    One-hundred-mile footraces have never been -- nor never will be -- popular and ubiquitous like the 5K. But for about 20 Harford County runners, racing 100 miles in 20 to 30 hours over rugged terrain is a challenge often accepted. Most recently, Phillip Pawlukovich of Forest Hill and Casey Fisher...

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  • Hagan returns to hometown to compete in SAP 5O5 World Championship

    Hagan returns to hometown to compete in SAP 5O5 World Championship

    Before there was Terry Hutchinson, there was Doug Hagan. Hagan was the star junior sailor in Annapolis before Hutchinson assumed that mantel. Hutchinson ultimately went on to enjoy an illustrious career as a professional sailor, one that has taken him to the highest levels of the sport. Hagan went...

  • The hunt begins, and I'm off to rebuild

    The hunt begins, and I'm off to rebuild

    September arrived, and it was time to put my summer’s worth of information gathered during my scouting trips into action. With a level of excitement I had not experienced for a few years, I spent the evening before the opener of archery deer season, shooting my bow, packing and repacking my gear....

  • Maxwell wins J/22 East Coast Championship with sister on bow

    Maxwell wins J/22 East Coast Championship with sister on bow

    J.R. Maxwell has sailed with his sister numerous times on various boats in a variety of locales. However, J.R. and Emily Maxwell had never sailed together in Annapolis aboard a J/22. Brother and sister enjoyed a triumphant reunion last weekend in leading the Scooby team to victory in the J/22 East...

  • Protein-packed menhaden are vital

    Protein-packed menhaden are vital

    Stop me if you’ve heard this one before: An ardent conservationist, bluewater charter captain, professional fly guide and sport angler walk into a menhaden fisheries meeting, all hoping to convince the ultimate deciders that conserving this small, oily fish is critical. Each give logical and persuasive...

  • Kayaking made easy in a fishing world of technology

    Kayaking made easy in a fishing world of technology

    In this day and age of the modern fishing machine, many, many items have been incorporated to enable today’s efficient angler to catch more and bigger fish. We now have GPS graphing and side imaging functions on many electronic units. We have temperature gauges and sonar and underwater mapping...

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