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The Baltimore SunSeven local boys basketball teams have earned top seeds in their respective regions for the MPSSAA postseason tournaments, which begin Friday. No. 1 Milford Mill, No. 4 Lake Clifton, No. 7 Dunbar, No. 9 Arundel, No. 14 South Carroll, No. 15 Centennial...
Tags: High School Sports, Basketball
The first day of the state track meet for public schools is scheduled for Monday at 11 a.m., at the Prince George's Sports and Learning Complex. This meet is for Class 1A and 2A schools, but if there is inclement weather, the MPSSAA website will have an...
Tags: High School Sports
The corner of Orleans and Central in East Baltimore was swarming with anticipation. Dunbar's boys basketball team had a big game to play, which meant an eager crowd began forming outside the school's gym doors more than two hours before the opening tip....
The Baltimore SunThe threat of a little snow Wednesday afternoon has postponed several athletic events, including all of the regional dual meet wrestling tournaments held locally. By 2 p.m., Baltimore, Carroll, Harford and Howard counties had called off all after-school...
Tags: Landforms, Mountains, Wrestling, Basketball, Landforms
In the same way that I love and root for underdog teams, I always like to witness a big comeback, be it a team negating a large deficit to earn a victory, or, on a larger scale, a team that is able to leave a painful loss behind and redeem itself. The...
Patterson Mill boys basketball, the last team on my coverage list left alive after everyone else got knocked out on or before Feb. 28, traveled down to the Eastern Shore on Saturday afternoon for the 2A East regional final with Easton, and though I...
COLLEGE PARK -- Success at Comcast Center has simply become old hat for the Dunbar boys basketball team. But Saturday afternoon, after an impressive 60-36 win over New Town produced a third straight Class 1A state championship, the No. 1 Poets had much...
Tags: High School Sports, Basketball, Poetry
For the first time in 38 years of the state football tournament, three Baltimore-area teams won championships over the weekend. No. 3 Old Mill took the Class 4A title in certainly one of the best games state tournament history, 36-35 in overtime, over...
Tags: Football, High School Sports
I'm well aware that The Aegis is a Harford County newspaper, and that as a reporter with this publication one of my goals, one of my responsibilities, rather, is covering the teams whose home fields are within the borders of this county. I've written some...
Tags: Lobbying, Football, College Sports, Schools, High Schools
The Bel Air girls cross-country team saw its string of top-three finishes end at five but still produced the top performance among Harford teams in the MPSSAA State Cross-Country Championships Saturday at Hereford. The Bobcats took fourth place in the...
Tags: Harford County, Students, Music, Concerts, High School Sports
New Town’s football team has had to forfeit its season for using an ineligible player, ending a promising run in the regional playoffs. The Titans, who were 10-1 heading into Friday’s Class 1A North regional championship, fielded a player who...
Tags: Football, High School Sports, Basketball
The seasons, they get shorter and shorter, I tell ya. I swear it was last week that I sent out my requests for fall sports preview information, and now everyone is done, save for the two UCBAC football teams left alive (I'll get to them in a bit). So,...
Tags: Football, Volleyball, High School Sports
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