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The Baltimore SunIf there was any question how eager Maryland and its fans were for a quality win, it was answered Wednesday night in the way Terps players leaped up and down and the fans rushed the court after a final-second, 51-50 victory over No. 14 North Carolina...
The game had been over for nearly 20 minutes, the nets had been cut down and the sold-out crowd had almost completely cleared out, but Reservoir senior James Simms stood on the baseline of the emptying gym still trying to take everything in. The reality...
Tags: High School Sports, Basketball
No. 1 Dunbar comfortably found its way back to a familiar place Thursday, wrapping up the Class 1A South region with a 67-44 win over Ben Franklin-Masonville. The win sends the three-time defending state champions back to the state semifinals next week....
Boxing Taylor will box Cayo on 'Friday Night Fights' Emmanuel "The Tranzforma" Taylor of Edgewood Arsenal will fight Victor Cayo in the main event on ESPN's "Friday Night Fights" this week in Atlantic City, N.J. This will be Taylor's second appearance...
Despite the inclement weather around the area, the men’s college basketball game between Maryland and North Carolina is still scheduled to be played beginning at 7 p.m. tonight. The Terps (20-9, 8-8 in the ACC) host the Tar Heels (21-8, 11-5) at...
The Baltimore SunLogan Aronhalt didn’t pay attention to what was going on during Senior Night last season at Albany. A fourth-year junior, the 6-3 shooting guard was injured and not thinking much beyond trying to get back on the court for his senior year. Little...
The Baltimore SunIf Maryland plays North Carolina on Wednesday half as well as it did the last time a monster snowfall hit the region, Mark Turgeon will be a happy man. With weather forecasters calling for up to a foot or more of snow starting tonight and into tomorrow,...
The Baltimore SunStony Brook's evening began when the Seawolves were mistakenly introduced by the public address announcer at Comcast Center as the "Seahawks." The reception was just as rude for the New York school when the game started and host Maryland converted its...
Tags: Maryland Terrapins, Alex Len, Mark Turgeon
The Baltimore SunWhat is it with Maryland and North Carolina when it comes to snowstorms? With a prediction of a major snowfall hitting the region starting Tuesday night and going well into Wednesday, the plans of many hoping to attend Wednesday night’s game...
The ninth-ranked Maryland women's basketball had begun to pull away in its regular season finale Sunday afternoon when the Terps backslid briefly, surrendering consecutive 3-pointers near the end of the first half that allowed Wake Forest a glimmer of...
The Baltimore SunWhistles blew as Maryland center Alex Len lay on the court in a tangle of arms and legs, refusing to release his grip on the ball. It was the final moments of Maryland's desperately needed 67-57 victory over Wake Forest on Saturday, and Len had flopped...
It was a September day in 2007 and Seth Allen was riding his bicycle around his suburban Virginia neighborhood the same way he now plays basketball for Maryland — with speed and flair, but also a hint of youthful recklessness. Allen wasn't holding...
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