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  • Boys soccer preview: The poll

    1. McDonogh Coach: Steve Nichols. Last season: 20-1, ranked No. 1. Postseason: MIAA A Conference champion. Outlook: The Eagles, who are ranked second nationally behind Brentwood (N.Y.) in the ESPN Rise poll, are loaded with NCAA Division I-caliber...
  • 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...
  • Softball preview: Making quality teams by playing quality teams

    Softball preview: Making quality teams by playing quality teams
    Chesapeake-Anne Arundel coach Don Ellenberger believes in the theory that playing a demanding schedule during the regular season helps prepare teams for the postseason. That's why the two-time defending Class4A state champion has early-season tests...
  • Softball: Coach of the Year

    Reese Kiple Broadneck Kiple led the Bruins to their second consecutive Class 4A state championship with an 11-1 victory over Sherwood. Broadneck finished the season ranked No. 1 in the metro area with a record of 22-2. Kiple took over the program...
  • Girls lacrosse: Players to watch

    Girls lacrosse: Players to watch
    Liza Blue Garrison Forest, midfield, senior The Virginia-bound Blue has led the Grizzlies in every statistical category since her sophomore year. Last season, she had 60 goals, nine assists and 61 draw controls. She scored five or more goals against six...
  • The poll: Boys track

    1. McDonogh Coach: Jeff Sanborn Last year: Unranked, fifth in MIAA Outlook: The Eagles enter the outdoor season after winning the MIAA indoors on the strength of Justin Gross and lots of depth. They'll have a shot at winning again outdoors. 2....
  • Boys lacrosse: The poll

    1. Boys' Latin Coach: Bob Shriver Last season: 14-4, ranked No. 5 Postseason: MIAA A Conference quarterfinalist Outlook: The Lakers have star power and have depth all over the field, making them the early favorite in the demanding MIAA A Conference....
  • Football: The poll

    1.Gilman Coach: Biff Poggi. Last season: 7-3, ranked No. 4. Postseason: N/A, MIAA A Conference regular-season champion. Outlook: With much of their starting lineup back, including the area's top recruit in quarterback Darius Jennings, the Greyhounds...
  • Field hockey: The poll

    1. Bryn Mawr Coach: Jeanette Budzik. Last season: 18-3, ranked No.1. Postseason: IAAM A Conference champion. Outlook: The Mawrtians lost strong senior leadership from last season to graduation, but senior Cecilia Depman and juniors Josie George and...
  • Volleyball: The poll

    1. River Hill Coach: Lynn Paynter Last season: 17-2, No. 2. Postseason: Lost in Class 3A state championship. Outlook: The Hawks return a senior-dominated lineup led by first-team All-Metro selection Megan Rosburg and Sara Okey. Their ability to...
  • 2003 All-Metro Girls Lacrosse Teams

    Player of the Year: Kristen Waagbo, Mount Hebron Exceptionally poised with a commanding field presence, the senior midfielder easily stood out on a No. 1 team full of Division I prospects. Waagbo amassed 63 goals and 40 assists to lead the Vikings in...
  • Expos-O's television network considered

    Baseball's offer to establish a regional sports network to help assuage the Orioles' concerns over a competing franchise in Washington could prove highly lucrative, but would face a number of practical obstacles, according to experts. Baseball's...