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  • How The Sun's Top 15 Football Teams Fared

    How The Sun's Top 15 Football Teams Fared
    With just two weeks left in the high school football season, seven of The Baltimore Sun’s Top 15 teams are still in action. Six advanced to the state semifinals while Calvert Hall is headed for its annual Turkey Bowl rivalry with Loyola on...
  • How The Baltimore Sun's Top 15 football teams fared this week

    How The Baltimore Sun's Top 15 football teams fared this week
    In Week 5 high school football action, all seven undefeated teams stayed that way. No. 1 Gilman made a statement in its MIAA A Conference opener, and Hereford scored the biggest upset of the week after No. 9 Catonsville lost running back DeAndre’...
  • 5 Bel Air area football teams are in 4 Friday night games

    Patterson Mill hosts Harford Tech at 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 5, in one of the Week Six of the 2012 Harford County High School football season. C. Milton Wright travels to Fallston in another key Bel Air area high school football game. Bel Air hosts North...
  • Commentary: Harford football races headed for eventful conclusion

    If you haven't been paying close attention to high school football in Harford County this season, it's time to start. With just four weeks left in the regular season, the UCBAC's Chesapeake Division is quite the unsettled mess. That mess got messier...
  • High School Wrap-Up: The latest fall sports standings as of Oct. 8

    Boys golf County Championship Tournament Oct. 8, 2012 (Timbers at Troy) Boys team scores: 1. Wilde Lake, 199 points; 2. Glenelg, 179; 3. Centennial, 173; 4. Marriotts Ridge, 170; 5. Howard, 135; 6. River Hill, 127; 7. Mt. Hebron, 125; 8. Atholton, 122;...
  • Football: By The Numbers

    Football: By The Numbers
    The high school football season is flying by with seven of 10 regular-season games already in the books. As teams buckle down with the playoffs just a few weeks away, here’s a look at some of the team and individual statistics that stood out from...
  • St. Paul's debuts in state media football poll

    St. Paul's debuts in state media football poll
    St. Paul's made its first appearance in this week's Maryland High School Football State Poll after improving to 7-0 with a 22-0 win over MIAA B Conference foe St. Vincent Pallotti. The Crusaders moved into the poll at No. 21, their first-ever ranking...
  • Loch Raven: Calvert Hall student hits a home run with baseball camp

    Congratulations to Calvert Hall College High School senior Zachary Rowe, who this month hosted a free, one-day baseball camp for youngsters from Baltimore City. About 20 boys, ages 12 to 14, from the Baltimore-based James Mosher League's youth program,...
  • Football: How The Top 15 Fared

    Football: How The Top 15 Fared
    Week Nine of the high school football season ended with only one of The Baltimore Sun’s Top 15 teams losing, but No. 10 Archbishop Spalding fell to someone ranked ahead of it, No. 2 Calvert Hall. Only one other game was close – No. 12...
  • Hurricane Sandy wipes out Monday's playoff slate

    Hurricane Sandy wipes out Monday's playoff slate
    The impact of Hurricane Sandy has closed schools throughout the state and postponed all scheduled playoff games today, including Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association (MPSSAA) region semifinal field hockey, Interscholastic Athletic...
  • Sandy forces postponement of Baltimore-area high school athletic events

    With Superstorm Sandy hitting the area, the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland has decided to reschedule its cross country and soccer championships as well as the quarterfinals and semifinals of its field hockey tournament. "The executive...
  • Fall sports: No. 4 Bulls score 2nd field hockey playoff shutout in row

    Fall sports: No. 4 Bulls score 2nd field hockey playoff shutout in row
    No. 4 Hereford field hockey team continued its march through the Class 3A North regional playoffs Thursday. The host Bulls (15-0) recorded their second straight post-season shutout with a 6-0 victory over Bel Air. Hereford beat Franklin, 5-0, in the...