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With wins Monday, the Bel Air, C. Milton Wright and Havre de Grace softball teams are moving on to the semifinal round of regional play. The Bel Air girls advanced to the 3A North softball semifinal round with a Monday road victory, as the 13th-seeded...
Tags: Softball, High School Sports, Baseball
When Chapelgate plays St. Timothy’s in girls lacrosse one thing is a certainty. “We always have a close game with St. Tim’s,” said Chapelgate coach Colleen Norton. Wednesday’s Interscholastic Athletic Association of...
Harford Tech has been stripped of its division championship in girls lacrosse and its head coach has been suspended after the team refused to play in the Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference championship game Monday. In the first public challenge...
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Just as there are two sides to every coin, there are two halves to a lacrosse game, and Chapelgate knows which half it prefers. “We’re a second half team,” said Chapelgate coach Colleen Norton after her team rallied to defeat...
Breathing a collective sigh of relief before celebrating, Maryland's most prolific boys basketball team — Dunbar — added to the program's legacy in Saturday's Class 1A state championship game at the University of Maryland's Comcast Center....
For The Baltimore Sun0 Number of Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association state championships won by local boys teams last spring. 2 Victories for Perry Hall's Vince Ciattei in last year's Class 4A state championship meet at Morgan State. He won the 1,600-...
Quantifying home-field, home-court or home-track advantage can be a very tricky task. I know there's a wealth of statistical information out there on the subject, and if I wanted I could look up the exact point differential between an NFL team's home...
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Winters Mill's Wes Cook knew who he was facing in the 145-pound final during the Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association Class 2A-1A state championship at the University of Maryland's Cole Field House. He also knew he had a debt to pay....
Several area wrestlers are still alive after the completion of the first two rounds of the Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association state wrestling tournament Friday at the University of Maryland's Cole Field House. The tournament, which...
The Baltimore SunAll four defending state champions advanced to this weekend's girls basketball regional finals -- Aberdeen, Dunbar, Gaithersburg and Calvert -- and times have been set for the title games. The winners advance to next week's state semifinals at UMBC....
College lacrosse No. 1 Northwestern women are upset Host No. 5 North Carolina took a 7-1 first-half lead and held off a rally by top-ranked Northwestern for an 11-8 victory Friday night in women's lacrosse. The win broke a four-game Tar Heels losing...
The Baltimore SunC.J. Keyser, a 6-foot-3 sophomore small forward for the John Carroll boys basketball team, has transferred to Patterson Mill, but his playing status for the upcoming Class 2A state playoffs is still unclear. Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic...
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