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  • Football: First-team defense

    Thomas Erdman River Hill, lineman, senior •Great speed and quickness for a 6-2, 230-pound defensive end; could make the tackle or force the takeaway •Had 86 tackles - 49 solo and 24 for a loss; tied team record with 10 sacks; forced five...
  • Baltimore casino developers show plans for site

    Baltimore casino developers show plans for site
    Outside, Baltimore's proposed casino would have an industrial look inspired by old warehouses in the surrounding area and a shop-lined pedestrian zone reminiscent of the Eutaw Street promenade at Oriole Park. Inside, it would have "neighborhoods"...
  • Football preview: Defensive players to watch

    Josh Alaeze Dunbar, defensive end, senior A transfer from Parkville, Alaeze has drawn a lot of attention from colleges with his aggressive style and the speed to constantly harass opponents. At 6 feet 1, 225 pounds, he has a "motor that just doesn't...
  • All-Baltimore City: Wrestling

    Wrestler of the Year Karl Green, Mount St. Joseph The junior heavyweight was named the Outstanding Wrestler in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association tournament after pinning all four of his opponents. Green finished the season at 48-3 with...
  • City reaches slots pact that could cut taxes

    The Dixon administration and the group bidding to build a slots parlor in Baltimore have reached an agreement that could generate enough money to slash Baltimore's property tax rate by up to eight cents, officials said. "It looks like this process is...
  • Wrestling: Second team

    •Bobby Bowman, Mount St. Joseph, senior, 171 •Brendan Conway, Glenelg, senior, 135 •Tony Farace, Oakland Mills, sophomore, 112 •Tommy Faust, Gilman, senior, 145 •Taylor Gload, Hereford, senior, 285 •Tyler Goodwin,...
  • Slots accord may cut taxes

    Baltimore's spending panel is expected to approve a pair of land deals with prospective casino owners today that could fulfill Mayor Sheila Dixon's pledge to lower city property taxes. Under the agreement, the city would extend a 75-year lease for a...
  • Game 10: Another winning ride

    A week after brushing the critics off his back, Kyle Boller placed his offense squarely on it. Throwing two critical touchdown passes in the third quarter, the second-year quarterback strong-armed the Ravens to a 30-10 rout of the bumbling Dallas Cowboys...
  • Game 1: Ravens open with dud

    CLEVELAND - Before the Ravens can get back on the path to the Super Bowl, they must first map out how to reach the red zone. Before they set their sights on another AFC North title, they have to make sure they keep their eyes on opposing receivers....
  • Game 4: Ravens get pushed around

    Like their leader Ray Lewis, the Ravens were pushed around, punched and left bloodied. The Ravens' 27-24 loss to the previously winless Kansas City Chiefs last night at M&T Bank Stadium delivered a nationwide statement that the defending AFC North...
  • Brownout for Ravens

    CLEVELAND - Turnovers have led this Ravens' road trip into a dead end. A third-place record has changed this journey into a crossroads. Swallowing some pride as a franchise yesterday, the Ravens watched their title defense get put on notice in a...
  • Game 13: One Manning down ...

    A week before their prime-time showdown with Peyton Manning, the Ravens unmercifully shook his family tree. Unleashing a punishing pass rush on his younger brother, the Ravens rocked rookie quarterback Eli Manning to rout the New York Giants, 37-14,...