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  • Humble start for Ravens' first-round pick C.J. Mosley

    Humble start for Ravens' first-round pick C.J. Mosley
    C.J. Mosley was exhausted, the day's events clearly taking a toll. The walk down the red carpet and into Radio City Music Hall was more unsettling than anything he did during the tedious pre-draft process. The two-plus-hour stay in the green room,...
  • Westminster-Howard boys lacrosse game suspended because of lightning

    Westminster-Howard boys lacrosse game suspended because of lightning
    The defending Class 4A-3A champion Westminster boys lacrosse team is familiar with weather delays disrupting its plans in the playoffs. Before capturing last year's state title against South River, the Owls had to come back a second day before they...
  • Marriotts Ridge girls lacrosse to play River Hill for regional title

    Marriotts Ridge girls lacrosse to play River Hill for regional title
    If offense wins games and defense wins championships, it took both for Marriotts Ridge to beat Century, 8-7, in the Class 3A/2A South Section I final on Monday. The Mustangs’ defense kept the game close until the offense settled down and went to...
  • Ravens rookie WR Michael Campanaro eager to learn from Steve Smith

    Ravens rookie WR Michael Campanaro eager to learn from Steve Smith
    When the Ravens drafted Wake Forest wide receiver Michael Campanaro, he immediately had something in common with a new teammate. Both Campanaro and five-time Pro Bowl wide receiver Steve Smith are short in stature, with each listed at 5-foot-9....
  • Host of girls lacrosse challengers chasing Marriotts Ridge

    Host of girls lacrosse challengers chasing Marriotts Ridge
    The 2013 girls lacrosse season is like a game of hide-and-seek: ready or not, here it comes. Unpredictable weather swings, including a record amount of snow, has made for difficult going. Practices have taken place in the gym, the parking lot, the...
  • Dulaney boys basketball edges Perry Hall in Class 4A playoffs

    Dulaney boys basketball edges Perry Hall in Class 4A playoffs
    Having fallen short of reaching the regional final six times in the last 13 years, Dulaney eagerly awaits an opportunity to join the elite at the University of Maryland's Comcast Center for the state semifinals. But to do so, the Lions must resist looking...
  • City boys dominate fourth quarter, complete undefeated season with 3A state title

    City boys dominate fourth quarter, complete undefeated season with 3A state title
    COLLEGE PARK -- With 26 consecutive wins behind it and just nine seconds ahead in a masterful season, the No. 1 City boys basketball team was finally able to celebrate. The Knights’ work was complete against pesky Westlake in the Class 3A state...
  • Wake Forest receiver Michael Campanaro to meet with Ravens tonight at Senior Bowl

    Wake Forest receiver Michael Campanaro to meet with Ravens tonight at Senior Bowl
    MOBILE, Ala. -- Wake Forest wide receiver Michael Campanaro is scheduled to have a formal interview with the Ravens tonight at the Senior Bowl. He has already spoken informally with the Ravens as they meet with several draft prospects here at this all-...
  • Western Tech girls basketball uses press to beat Lansdowne

    Western Tech girls basketball uses press to beat Lansdowne
    Lansdowne and Western Tech combined for 59 turnovers in their girls basketball game, but it was the Wolverines' press that caused the most damage in their 53-27 victory at Lansdowne Friday night. Western Tech, the defending Class 1A state champions,...
  • Michael Campanaro looks for NFL draft boost from Senior Bowl

    Michael Campanaro looks for NFL draft boost from Senior Bowl
    MOBILE, ALA -- Michael Campanaro had already crafted a plan, convincing the defense that he intended to run another trademark intermediate route with a quick inside fake. Instead of cutting his pattern short at practice this week heading into Saturday's...
  • Two local football players remain on Rivals250 prospect list

    Two local football players remain on Rivals250 prospect list
    Two local football players remain on the most recent Rivals250 prospect rankings, but only one of Maryland's five ranked players cracked the new top 100. Gilman defensive end Melvin Keihn, who plans to play at Virginia Tech, was the 226th-best...
  • After putting Dunbar on his back, William Crest continues Poets' pipeline to West Virginia

    After putting Dunbar on his back, William Crest continues Poets' pipeline to West Virginia
    Dunbar coach Lawrence Smith knows which William Crest moment is his favorite. Crest, the Dunbar quarterback, had already scored two rushing touchdowns against City this past October when the Poets faced a fourth-and-9 from the Knights' 12-yard line,...