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  • Laurel rec teams dominate in soccer, football

    MCRC Mustangs soccer 5-6 Mini-Kicks Blue Jays (Oscar Guevara, Mack Panemeno, Kayla Winn) played the Sharks (Kristi Colohan, Andrew Mercado, Justin Narine) Mustangs U-9 girls 1 (Zoe Butler on defense, Samantha Ferrer scored, Taylor Mckenna and Illiana...
  • All-county field hockey: Parker is simply the best

    All-county field hockey: Parker is simply the best
    In its third telling, the story isn't fresh, but it's still worth revisiting. Growing up Alyssa Parker wanted to be a soccer player, the next Mia Hamm. Failing that, basketball was her second love. "I wanted to play basketball at Maryland. That was...
  • Mount St. Joseph relies on fundamentals to put away Glenelg Country, 57-41

    Mount St. Joseph relies on fundamentals to put away Glenelg Country, 57-41
    The Mount St. Joseph basketball team has a number of constants to fall back on when its offense is out of sorts. The No. 2 Gaels rebound well, hit most of their free throws and make opponents work hard for their points. Sluggish on offense in the...
  • Review & preview: Salisbury

    Review & preview: Salisbury
    Here is the eighth and final installment of a series that checks in with the eight Division III programs in the state to give a glimpse into the past and the future. Teams are scheduled to appear according to the chronological order in which their seasons...
  • Five Things We Learned in the Ravens 20-13 playoff win over the Texans

    Five Things We Learned in the Ravens 20-13 playoff win over the Texans
    1. There is nothing wrong with conceding that Ed Reed and Ray Lewis aren't the players they once were. I don't even think that statement is really all that controversial. No man can outrun the steady march of time, not even the two greatest defensive...
  • Men's basketball: HCC pulls away from Montgomery College

    Picking up its defensive pressure in the second half Monday, Howard Community College erased a three-point halftime deficit and cruised to a 77-65 victory over Montgomery College Takoma Park. After allowing 40 points in the first half, the Dragons...
  • 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,...
  • 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...
  • 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...