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  • Film Study: Looking back at the Ravens' loss to the Green Bay Packers

    Film Study: Looking back at the Ravens' loss to the Green Bay Packers
    Packers 19, Ravens 17 STRATEGY: A gambling approach backfired offensively in the red zone. Blockers didn't create enough holes and Ray Rice and Bernard Pierce failed to break tackles as a once-formidable running game was silenced again. Unable to...
  • Ravens offense trying to fix blocking breakdowns

    Ravens offense trying to fix blocking breakdowns
    It was supposed to be a fresh start for the Ravens' offensive line, unveiling new left Eugene Monroe last Sunday against the Green Bay Packers. While Monroe was largely solid in his starting debut since being acquired via trade with the notable...
  • Baseball: North Harford, Tech tack on Monday wins

    Bouncing back from their second loss of the baseball season on Friday, the North Harford Hawks earned a home-field victory Monday afternoon, topping Perryville, 4-2. The victory improved North Harford's regular-season record to 16-2. The Hawks (11-1...
  • Track: Aberdeen girls win region track and field title

    The Aberdeen girls continued to gain momentum Saturday as they raced through their regional qualifying en route to the state track and field championships this week. The Eagles won the 3A North region meet at North Harford Saturday, edging a strong...
  • Track: County athletes set records en route to state titles

    It was a record-setting day for Harford County athletes in the MPSSAA State Track and Field Championships in Baltimore Saturday. Brandon Chase of Edgewood won the 400-meter dash in 47.25 seconds to break the Class 2A state meet record. Jimmia McCluskey...
  • Football: North Harford beats Digital Harbor to advance in playoffs

    Football: North Harford beats Digital Harbor to advance in playoffs
    The North Harford Hawks, the Class 3A North's top-seeded football team, earned a spot in next week's region championship game with a 36-6 drubbing of visiting fourth-seeded Digital Harbor Friday night. In next Friday's 3A North final, the Hawks will...
  • Boys basketball: John Carroll tops St. Frances in MIAA battle

    The John Carroll Patriots earned an important victory Wednesday night, fending off a tough St. Frances squad from Baltimore to take a 63-57, home court win. The contest, a rematch of last year's MIAA "A" Conference championship pairing, was largely...
  • Boys basketball: North Harford kicks off division play with victory over CMW

    The North Harford boys basketball squad picked up its first Chesapeake (upper) Division victory Monday night, edging out the host-team C. Milton Wright Mustangs, 65-58. "It was a phenomenal game, really," CMW head coach Jon Stefanides said. "I don't...
  • Boys soccer: Reservoir's Bonner stands above the crowd

    Boys soccer: Reservoir's Bonner stands above the crowd
    The stats say a lot. Reservoir's Colin Bonner finished with 10 goals and 11 assists this fall to rank atop the county in total points, becoming the first Reservoir player to ever accomplish the feat. But to truly understand the impact the Gators' senior...
  • Boys basketball: Edgewood wins two Chesapeake Division matchups

    Boys basketball: Edgewood wins two Chesapeake Division matchups
    The Edgewood Rams, fresh off their upset victory of the Aberdeen Eagles Friday night, cruised to a 60-40 victory over the visiting North Harford Hawks playing on their home court Monday night. The Rams led 23-15 at the halftime break. Pacing the...
  • North Harford's 1961-62 basketball team: Once and always kings of the hardwood

    North Harford's 1961-62 basketball team: Once and always kings of the hardwood
    If you're lucky enough to put your hands on a copy of the 50-year-old tome known as the 1961-62 North Harford High School Yearbook, open it up to the athletics section and thumb along until you come to the basketball team's page. There, between...
  • North Harford defeats Harford Tech in one-goal girls soccer duel

    In Wednesday's girls soccer match between North Harford and visiting Harford Tech, just one goal was scored, and it belonged to the hosts, as the Hawks came out with a 1-0 victory over the Cobras. Eleven minutes into the first half, North Harford's Kelli...