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  • 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......
  • Sun archives: Brother act has Retrievers feeling bullish

    Dan Bulls is senior co-captain of the Retrievers soccer team. His brother Andrew, a freshman, is one of the team's top scorers. Together, the pair from Millersville have helped propel UMBC, 3-1-1 entering today's game at Towson (4 p.m.).The Bulls brothers...
  • Wrestling preview: The poll

    1. Mount St. Joseph Coach: Paul Triplett Last season: 19-4, ranked No. 1 Postseason: MIAA A Conference champion; Maryland Independent Schools state champion Outlook: The Gaels lost their coach and three wrestlers transferred, but Triplett - the school's...
  • Football: First-team offense

    Josh Bordner Century, quarterback, senior •At 6-4, 205 pounds, a stellar pocket passer who is also light on his feet and can scramble •Threw for 2,082 yards and 18 TDs, ran for 329 yards and 10 TDs; excelled at linebacker •Led Century...
  • Field hockey: First team

    Hannah Balleza Severna Park, forward, senior •Had 19 goals and 15 assists to lead the Falcons in scoring •Used her knowledge of the game to lead her team to a 16-2 record and a 19th state championship •Team captain's speed enabled her...
  • Boys cross country: First team

    Robby Creese Glenelg, junior • A soccer player who still plays on local travel teams, Creese participated in his first season of cross country this year • Claimed Class 2A state title with a time of 17 minutes, 30 seconds - beating Bel Air's...
  • 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...