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  • Field hockey: Hat's off to Lauren Smith

    Lauren Smith's 15th birthday was Wednesday and the sophomore attacker let her Glenelg Country School team in on her celebration, scoring hat trick as the Dragons defeated IND, 5-0. The game was originally scheduled to be played a Meadowwood Park but...
  • Girls soccer: Marriotts Ridge double-crosses Howard

    Sam Terrill finished a cross from Alex McKay and one from Taylor Hensh as Marriotts Ridge defeated Howard, 4-0, on Wednesday. Emily Wolf and Zoe Stukenberg sandwiched goals between Terrill's tallies. Wolf finished a deflection off a shot at 39:39 in...
  • Field hockey: Glenelg Country shuts down John Carroll, 2-0

    Visiting Glenelg Country had its heels to the goal line the first eight minutes of Friday's game against conference rival John Carroll. John Carroll forced six offensive penalty corners in that short span. After a quick Glenelg Country timeout, the...
  • Field hockey: River Hill tops Marriotts Ridge, 1-0

    The Marriotts Ridge-River Hill game looked to be headed into overtime, but a Kat and a Bird wouldn't let it happen. "I passed the ball to Natalie Bird and she passed it back to me," said River Hill's Kat Varga. "I dodged a girl and I went for the...
  • Mustangs earn draw with Dynamite

    Maryland City soccer Dynamite 0, U-11 Mustangs 0 (team members: Sarah Crouch, Katie Ernest, Brittany Johnson, Brandi Krug, Becca McMahon, Olivia Middleton, Lauren Miller, Genie Paitsel, Shaina Perry, Ally Ramirez, Georgia Reitzel, Anisa Roberts, Danielle...
  • All-county baseball: Hard work, team attitude make Pipik the Player of the Year

    All-county baseball: Hard work, team attitude make Pipik the Player of the Year
    If you asked Reservoir senior T.J. Pipik about this season, he might only tell you about the loss to Atholton in the Class 3A East regional semifinals after winning 21 games in a row. The last game of a high school career tends to stick in one's craw like...
  • Boys basketball: The poll

    Boys basketball: The poll
    1. City Coach: Mike Daniel Last season: 23-2, ranked No. 1 Postseason: Class 2A champion Outlook: With four starters back — including Maryland-bound senior guard Nick Faust — the Knights are poised to make it three straight state titles....
  • Bits & Pieces: Why can't we practice the civility that we preach?

    It is hard for me to believe that in this day and age we still have so much stupidity in our community. Following a girls basketball game at Oakland Mills Jan. 13, objects were thrown at the River Hill team's bus as it was leaving. Several windows on the...
  • Men's basketball: Prince George's CC escapes with one-point win over HCC

    Howard Community College got half of the equation right Wednesday against Prince George's Community College, holding one of the Maryland JUCO Conference's top scoring teams to its second lowest point total of the season. The Dragons' offense, however,...
  • No. 2 Mount St. Joseph and No. 5 John Carroll advance to A Conference final

    No. 2 Mount St. Joseph and No. 5 John Carroll advance to A Conference final
    No. 5 John Carroll and No. 10 St. Frances traded the lead six times in the second half before the Patriots emerged with a 52-47 victory in Friday night's Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference semifinals. The Patriots advance to...
  • Game vs. Cortland to serve as measuring stick for Stevenson

    Wednesday night’s 7-5 victory over York helped No. 9 Stevenson improve to 5-1 with the lone loss occurring last Saturday against No. 4 Lynchburg. The Mustangs figure to get a stiffer test this Saturday when they must travel and meet No. 3 Cortland....
  • Stevenson's injury list grows longer

    Paul Cantabene can only chuckle at the injuries that continue to sap his Stevenson team of starters and valuable contributors. The Mustangs lost Brian Badolato to bruised ribs in the third quarter, and the senior attackman did not return to Saturday&...