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Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association

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  • James M Bennett wins 3A baseball title

    James M Bennett wins 3A baseball title
    A game anticipated because of the perfection demonstrated by North Harford and James M. Bennett that got them to the 3A Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association championship game Saturday, was anything but perfect. By the end of the third...
  • Track: County athletes set records en route to state titles

    It was a record-setting day for Harford County athletes in the MPSSAA State Track and Field Championships in Baltimore Saturday. Brandon Chase of Edgewood won the 400-meter dash in 47.25 seconds to break the Class 2A state meet record. Jimmia McCluskey...
  • Boys Athlete of the Week: Kevin Mooney, North Harford, baseball

    Boys Athlete of the Week: Kevin Mooney, North Harford, baseball
    The Hawks senior threw a perfect game May 22 against North Hagerstown in the Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association 3A semifinal game. He faced the minimum 21 batters and threw 77 pitches. Mooney's coach, Tim Larrimore, said his pitcher...
  • Harford outstanding track stars reunite

    High school track athletes, who got their start with the Joppatowne Track Club, gathered recently for a photo at the Elkton High School track during the UCBAC meet. Among them are five MPSSAA state champions, three others who ran on state championship...
  • Ron Belinko reflects on 46 years in athletics and education

    Ron Belinko reflects on 46 years in athletics and education
    Ron Belinko spent a lot of time at high school games over the last 21 years, despite the heavy load of office work and meetings that came with being coordinator of athletics for the Baltimore County Public Schools. He never could let go of the student-...
  • Bobcat runners are fourth in state led by Ellenby

    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...
  • New Town football forced to forfeit its season for using ineligible player

    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...
  • Looking back on some of the 2011 season's high points

    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,...
  • A personal connection to Perryville's championship drought

    A personal connection to Perryville's championship drought
    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...
  • Football: By The Numbers, final edition

    Football: By The Numbers, final edition
    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...
  • Boys soccer: Hayman named as new coach at Glenelg Country

    Looking to revitalize its boys soccer program, Glenelg Country School has announced the hiring of Glenn Hayman as the new varsity boys soccer coach. He replaces Cliff Walcott, who led the program in 2011. Hayman grew up in Howard County and played...
  • Women's lacrosse: Ellicott City resident Tony Giro co-coach of UMBC's team

    Women's lacrosse: Ellicott City resident Tony Giro co-coach of UMBC's team
    Tony Giro and Amy Appelt were named co-head coaches of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County women's lacrosse program July 5. Both had been assistant coaches for the Retrievers. They replace Kelly Berger, who resigned June 27 after three years as...