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  • For McDonogh's Barclay, a 'crazy ride' to Rose Bowl

    For McDonogh's Barclay, a 'crazy ride' to Rose Bowl
    It began as a "cool idea" three years ago in the backyard of a friend's house in tiny Shelby, Ohio, after Devin Barclay found in a closet an old football that needed to be pumped up. The Annapolis native, now 26, who played soccer at McDonogh before...
  • Girls Athlete of the Week: Alyssa McClure, Digital Harbor, indoor track

    The senior All-Metro sprinter won three events in the Baltimore City indoor track championships at the 5th Regiment Armory to lead the Rams to their first city title. In her best event, McClure won the 55-meter dash in 7.15 seconds. Earlier this season,...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Football: Offensive players to watch

    Gabriel Ali-El Poly, running back, senior A slick runner in the Engineers' option offense, Ali-El (5 feet 9, 189 pounds) missed last season's finale with a shoulder injury — a huge loss after he ran for more than 1,200 yards and also had 400 yards...
  • Big decision looms, but Gilman's Jennings focused on season

    Big decision looms, but Gilman's Jennings focused on season
    When Darius Jennings took the field for Gilman's football opener a week ago, he wasn't thinking about being one of the nation's top recruits or about settling on a college program. He tuned that out to focus on the game -- and it showed right away. He...
  • Terps Q&A with Heather A. Dinich

    Joe, Tacoma, Wash.: Given the Terps' poor season this year, should an NIT bid (if tendered) be accepted? Looking at the recruiting classes for 2006 and 2007, it doesn't appear things are going to get better anytime soon -- is this because top prospects...
  • New cards, DVD put message from police in hands of suspects

    Baltimore police aren't just looking to arrest criminals anymore, they're trying to get inside their heads. Officers are distributing cards designed to intimidate suspects arrested in East Baltimore, and the department is developing a video to counter...
  • Colts great 'blocked out the sun' and rushers, too

    His crushing blocks launched Lenny Moore's runs and saved John Unitas' skin. Jim Parker, the Hall of Famer who anchored the Baltimore Colts' offensive line during the club's glory years, died yesterday of congestive heart failure and kidney disease at...
  • Family, friends and fans remember football great

    Blue and white were the dominant colors at Jim Parker's funeral yesterday. He lay in a blue casket, which stood in a sea of blue and white floral arrangements, one a Baltimore Colts horseshoe and another bearing his jersey number, 77. Blue and white were...
  • Two sons, brothers lost in Iraq, two views of war that took them

    Last in a series COLUMBUS, Ohio - The vases of flowers on the dining room table are many days past their prime, the pink roses now hanging their heads. But still they sit. Red, white and blue ribbons that once adorned them are saved in a basket on the...