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  • All-Howard County: Volleyball

    Player of the Year Becky Paynter, River Hill Perhaps the best setter in the area, Paynter rose above health problems (she is sensitive to loud noises as the result of an auto accident before her sophomore year) to lead the Hawks to an unexpected...
  • All-Anne Arundel County: Volleyball

    Player of the Year Caroline Jacobs, Broadneck The senior hitter lead the Bruins to their second consecutive Class 4A state championship and was an imposing force at the net. Jacobs contributed 153 kills, 44blocks, 63 digs and 46 aces. She averaged 2....
  • All-Baltimore County: Football

    Offensive Player Nick DePaola, Hereford With his quickness to the hole and ability to break tackles, DePaola was the centerpiece of an offense that averaged more than 33points. He ran for nearly 8 yards per carry and scored 18 touchdowns for the 10-3...
  • Volleyball: First, second teams

    Samantha Brostrom Centennial, hitter A two-year starter, the sophomore came into her own this season in helping the top-ranked Eagles win the Class 3A state title. A powerful hitter, she led Centennial with 172 kills and was the go-to player at the...
  • All-Baltimore County: Volleyball

    Player of the Year Bailey Webster, St. Paul's Webster, the returning County and All-Metro Player of the Year, led the No. 8 Gators to an 18-2record and a runner-up spot in the tough Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland AConference this...
  • All-Baltimore City: Volleyball

    Player of the Year Theo Matthai, Bryn Mawr A four-year starter on varsity, Matthai led the Mawrtians to a 12-8 record in their first year in the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland AConference this season. The senior hitter had 12 kills...
  • Man shot on the street dies later at hospital

    A man was shot last night on a street in the Ellwood Park-Monument neighborhood in East Baltimore and died later at a hospital. No arrest had been made and the man's identity was being withheld pending notification of family members, said a police...
  • Police investigate apparent homicide in Brooklyn

    Baltimore police were investigating the apparent slaying of a man in Baltimore's Brooklyn neighborhood early this morning, after the man was found wounded on a city street. Police found the man shortly after 3 a.m. lying in the 1000 block of Jack Place...
  • Soldier's grave is lost no more

    Soldier's grave is lost no more
    In the end, a quaint watercolor painting of a young town full of promise yielded the final key to unlocking a mystery dating back more than 130 years. The artwork, depicting the proposed community of Sanborn as part of a decades-old real estate ad, is an...
  • No safe place

    No safe place
    On her way to get a protective order against her husband, Veronica Williams drove by the home where their marriage had fallen apart - where he had attacked her with scissors and cut off her hair. The District Court was just five blocks from their North...
  • Busy last day for Assembly

    Busy last day for Assembly
    Illegal immigrants would be stripped of Maryland driver's licenses by 2015 under a last-minute legislative compromise that seeks to end the state's status as a haven for foreigners seeking government-backed credentials. Adopted in the final moments of...
  • Former pitcher Mark Fidrych dies at 54

    Mark Fidrych, an eccentric All-Star pitcher nicknamed "The Bird" whose career was shortened by injuries, was found dead Monday in an apparent accident at his farm in Northborough, Mass. He was 54. Worcester County (Mass.) District Attorney Joseph D....