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  • 2007 All-Metro Football Team - Offense

    Player of the Year: Tavon Austin, Dunbar Perhaps the area's most exciting player, Austin is The Sun's Offensive Player of the Year a second straight season. The junior running back with 4.4 speed in the 40-yard dash already has more career touchdowns...
  • All-Anne Arundel County: Boys lacrosse

    Player of the Year: Joe Bonanni, St. Mary's Bonanni, a four-year starter, did it all for the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference quarterfinalist. "He played wings on faceoffs, played close defense, played a pole if we needed, too,...
  • Phelps, Hoff warm up for trials

    The pieces of Katie Hoff's aquatic Chinese puzzle are beginning to come together. One stroke strengthens another. Distances seem to shrink. A skill honed gets her closer to her goal: the starting blocks in Beijing. For Michael Phelps, it's a case of...
  • 2008 All-Metro boys lacrosse teams

    Player of the Year Tyler Fiorito, McDonogh The Princeton-bound senior goalie had the ability to change a game. He recorded 293 saves - 101 more than last season - and deflected shots at a 71.4 percent clip against some of the best players in the country...
  • B. Williams denied Beijing bid

    Bernard Williams's run of Olympic success is over. After collecting gold in the 400-meter relay at Sydney in 2000 and silver in the 200-meter dash at Athens in 2004, there will be no trip to Beijing for Williams next month. Williams, 30, a Carver...
  • Football: First, second team offense

    CODY BLUE Wilde Lake, lineman Blue was a standout on both sides of the football for the No. 12 Wildecats (10-3), who advanced to the Class 3A state semifinals. Committed to the University of Maryland, the 6-foot-5, 280-pound senior two-way tackle...
  • Buckeye toward future

    Moments before guard Ben Grubbs walked into his introductory news conference yesterday, the first-round pick's entrance was trumped by the Ravens' boldest move of the draft. The Ravens announced that they had selected Ohio State quarterback Troy Smith,...
  • Reviewing '07, with regret

    Reviewing '07, with regret
    Rangers score 30Perhaps the Orioles should not have gotten out of bed Aug. 22. The day bloomed promisingly enough with the announcement of Dave Trembley's permanent hiring as manager and the struggling Texas Rangers in town for a doubleheader. The...
  • Phelps sets U.S. record in butterfly

    Phelps sets U.S. record in butterfly
    Urged on by a vocal standing-room-only crowd, Michael Phelps closed out his weekend at the Maryland Swim Championships by setting the U.S. record in the 200-yard butterfly at the U.S. Naval Academy on Sunday. Competing as a member of the North...
  • What they're saying about the Ravens

    Here's a look at recent media coverage of the Ravens: • A team source told The Baltimore Sun today that the Ravens aren't expected to pursue Terrell Owens. ESPN.com writer James Walker thinks the recently released Dallas Cowboys wide receiver...
  • Phelps follows 'heart' back into pool

    Michael Phelps, who won a record eight gold medals in the Beijing Olympics last summer, and several other Americans are in the middle of a two-week training camp at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista, Calif., for this summer's national and...
  • Which school has the most passionate football fans?

    Rising tide: It's Alabama Andrea Adelson, Orlando Sentinel There are passionate fans across this country, from sea to shining sea. But if you want to find the most passionate, you must head to Tuscaloosa, Ala., home to the Alabama Crimson Tide. Why...