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  • Tufts at Stevenson: Three things to watch

    These teams met last year in the regular season with Tufts outlasting a 1-hour, 45-minute lightning delay and Stevenson to emerge with a 14-13 win. The Jumbos fell hard in the Division III title game to Salisbury last May, but they are 3-0 and ranked No....
  • College highlights: HCC track athletes qualify for nationals

    Howard Community College The Howard Community College track team open its outdoor season March 17 at the Lynchburg College Invitational in Virginia. Sunny, warm temperatures made for some qualifying marks for the Dragons for their national...
  • Baseball: Atholton, Reservoir look to duel again in 2012

    Baseball: Atholton, Reservoir look to duel again in 2012
    If the 2012 Howard County baseball season picks up where it left off, then Atholton and Reservoir will be battling back and forth this spring. Last April 15, Reservoir knocked off Atholton on a play at the plate. But a little more than a month later,...
  • Chen produces his best outing of the spring

    – Orioles left-hander Wei-Yen Chen is still acclimating to the nuances of Major League Baseball. Case in point: On Thursday, the 26-year-old Taiwan native allowed just four hits in five innings against the Minnesota Twins in an 11-1 victory. Two of...
  • Baseball: Chapelgate edges Beth T'Filoh in the eighth, 9-8

    Baseball: Chapelgate edges Beth T'Filoh in the eighth, 9-8
    The motto for the 2012 Chapelgate baseball team might as well be "It's not about how you start, but how you finish." The Yellowjackets started this season 0-4 with losses to a pair of B Conference schools (Glenelg Country and St. Marys), a public...
  • Baseball: Reservoir defends District V title, 3-1, over Old Mill

    Baseball: Reservoir defends District V title, 3-1, over Old Mill
    On an evening when a constant drizzle slicked the field at Joe Cannon Stadium and made every groundball an adventure, strikeouts were at a premium during Wednesday's District V title game. Reservoir pitchers got 12 of them, and Old Mill pitchers didn't...
  • Tar Heels build on early lead to beat Mids, 14-7

    Jasmine DePompeo had four goals and one assist, but Navy fell to North Carolina, 14-7, in the NCAA first round Saturday. The host Tar Heels (15-3) used a 5-0 run to take a 7-3 lead with 6:31 remaining in the first half, and the Midshipmen (18-3) were...
  • Girls soccer: Oldfields can't stop Dragons

    Chloe Lewis had two goals, including a header off a corner kick from Ashley Mink, as Glenelg Country School overwhelmed Oldfields, 8-0. The win, the fifth for the Dragons in the C Conference of the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland...
  • Girls basketball: Friends rallies past Glenelg Country, 43-33 (UPDATED)

    With the playoffs looming, a lot was riding on Glenelg Country School's game against Friends School of Baltimore. A victory over Friends would create a two-way tie between the teams for third place in the conference. A coin toss would decide which team...
  • Girls basketball: Glenelg Country wins first-round playoff game

    As the saying goes, when given a lemon, make lemonade. So Glenelg Country School's players are quietly thanking Friends, the team that beat them Monday, for the victory they earned Tuesday over Baltimore Lutheran. "After the Friends game yesterday, we...
  • Roundup: Reservoir shuts out Mt. Hebron, 6-0, in softball semifinal

    No. 5 Reservoir softball team relied on its defense again and quieted the Mount Hebron bats in a Class 3A East regional semifinal Thursday. Winner Rachel Brown struck out four and shut out the Vikings, 6-0. The Gators (16-3) have given up one run in the...
  • Salisbury moves on to Division III lacrosse final with 7-2 win over Stevenson

    Salisbury moves on to Division III lacrosse final with 7-2 win over Stevenson
    The Salisbury men's lacrosse team has a defense that doesn't get as much attention — or respect — as the offense. That might change after sophomore goalkeeper Alex Taylor made a game-high 19 saves and the defense limited visiting Stevenson to...