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  • Football preview: The poll

    1. Loyola Coach: Brian Abbott. Last season: 10-0, ranked No. 2. Postseason: N/A. MIAA A Conference regular-season champion. Outlook: The Dons will be much younger than the team that won a third straight A Conference crown a year ago, but they have...
  • Field hockey preview: The poll

    1. Garrison Forest Coach: Traci Davis. Last season: 18-1-1, ranked No. 3. Postseason: IAAM A Conference champion. Outlook: Great chemistry led to a second IAAM A Conference title in three years. With 10 starters back, including multi-talented seniors...
  • Wrestlers to watch

    JOSH ASPER, Hereford: After winning three state titles in Class 2A-1A, the Bulls' 171-pound senior moves to 4A-3A, where he will try to become Maryland public schools' third four-time state champion. The three-time All- Metro selection is 114-7 for his...
  • The poll: Wrestling

    1. MCDONOGH Last season: 17-3, ranked No. 1 The two-time defending Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference champion Eagles have 13 starters back, including five league titlists, making them a clear choice for the top spot. 2....
  • 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...
  • All-Baltimore County: Football

    OFFENSIVE PLAYER Lonnie Liggins, Hereford Hereford uses a lot of runners in its offense, but Liggins is the main reason everyone could find so many holes. The 5-foot-9, 185-pound senior running back was the featured back in the Bulls' wing T scheme,...
  • Ex-Terps NBA roundup

    Steve Blake, Portland Trail Blazers Blake had four points, five assists and one steal in the Blazers' 95-83 loss to the Houston Rockets on Monday. Blake is averaging 7.7 points, 4.8 assists and 2.4 rebounds per game this season. He's averaging 33.7...
  • Girls track and field: The poll

    1. McDonoghLast season // Ranked No. 1 Outlook // The Eagles again should have a team with talent and depth. They've had trouble in the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland indoor title meet the past two years, losing close contests to...
  • All-Baltimore County: Wrestling

    Wrestlers of the Year Josh Asper Hereford The Bulls' 171-pound senior closed out a brilliant four-year career by becoming the third four-time public schools state champion. The Maryland-bound Asper completed his second straight undefeated season,...
  • Bulls get a chance to recapture some of the glory

     
    The excitement over yesterday's NBA lottery was more about who got the No.1 pick rather than the talent that was available -- at least compared to last year when Greg Oden was being hailed as a franchise changer. Of course,......
  • Maybe this time, Collins is the right guy

     
    Doug Collins is reportedly close to getting a second go-around in Chicago as head coach of the Bulls just about two decades after he was escorted to the door there after the 1988-89 season on the eve of a dynasty......
  • Girls track and field: Performers to watch

    Kristen Brown •McDonogh •She is one of the area's most versatile track athletes. The junior helped the Eagles to an easy championship indoors and can do a mix of jumps, sprints, relays and hurdles. Jenna Cimino •Hereford •...