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  • All-Metro Boys Track and Field: First Team

    All-Metro Boys Track and Field: First Team
    Drew Allam Chesapeake-AA, sr. •Won Class 4A East region shot put and took fifth in the discus •Won both events at the Anne Arundel County title meet •Finished third in the state in the shot put   Roman Braglio McDonogh, sr. •...
  • Towson Times/Baltimore Messenger Athlete of the Year three times a champion

    Towson Times/Baltimore Messenger Athlete of the Year three times a champion
    Throughout his illustrious three-sport high school career — and particularly in his senior year — Gilman's Cyrus Jones Jr. had a knack for owning big moments. For Jones, who will play football for reigning national champion Alabama, there was...
  • State football regional finals set

    State football regional finals set
    Editor's Note: This blog has been updated to reflect New Town's forfeit, which led to Northwestern advancing to the Class 1A North final.   The schedule is set for the weekend's regional football championships and the MIAA championships: Regional...
  • You again? Rematches with rivals make playoff games even tougher

    You again? Rematches with rivals make playoff games even tougher
    To reach the state semifinals a year ago, Wilde Lake's football team had to beat two of its toughest Howard County rivals, Atholton and River Hill, a second time. The Wildecats prevailed and went on to win the state Class 3A title, but coach Mike Harrison...
  • Coachspeak: Severn football's Chris Kirchenheiter

    In his first season as football coach at Severn, Chris Kirchenheiter has turned the Admirals around. A team that won just one game a year ago is now 8-2 with a berth in the MIAA C Conference championship againt St. Frances Friday at 3 p.m. at Towson...
  • Wrestlers to watch

    Wrestlers to watch
    Brett Brigman Archbishop Curley, 160 pounds, pound, senior A state runner-up last winter, Brigman started his high school career as a freshman with a sub-.500 record. But hard work led him to a 44-14 record last season. This year, he is expected to...
  • Football: By The Numbers for Week 12

    Football: By The Numbers for Week 12
    Only 16 teams are still playing after the MIAA champions and the regional champions have been crowned. Next weekend's eight state semifinals lead up to the grand finale, the state championships at M&T Bank Stadium. A lot happened over the past weekend...
  • Wrestling: The poll

    Wrestling: The poll
    1. Archbishop Spalding Coach: Mike Laidley Last season: 33-0, ranked No. 1 Postseason: MIAA A Conference and Maryland Independent Schools state champion Outlook: The Cavaliers have the depth to make up for the loss of five starters, including All-...
  • Area high school boys basketball teams ready for tipoff

    Boys' Latin 2011 record: 5-18 Returning starters: senior forward Matthew Rees (6-4), junior forward Colin Heacock (6-3) and junior guard Mac Pons (5-10). Breakdown: If it's true that there's no substitute for experience, then Lakers' coach Cliff Rees...
  • Gilman's Cyrus Jones to reconsider Ohio State offer

    Gilman's Cyrus Jones to reconsider Ohio State offer
    Gilman’s Cyrus Jones has decided to reconsider an offer from Ohio State after the Buckeyes hired Urban Meyer as their new football coach. Jones dropped West Virgnia from consideration but said Wednesday that Alabama, Auburn, Maryland and...
  • Gilman's Jones named Md. Gatorade Player of the Year

    Gilman's Jones named Md. Gatorade Player of the Year
      Gilman’s Cyrus Jones has been named the Maryland Gatorade Football Player of the Year. The senior, rated the No. 34 senior recruit in the country by ESPNU, was honored for his football achievements as well as his academic success and character,...
  • Boys basketball: By the numbers

    Boys basketball: By the numbers
    3 Consecutive seasons Baltimore City and County teams have combined to win three of the four state titles.  City College, Digital Harbor, Dunbar and Milford Mill have each won two crowns in the three years, with Lake Clifton capturing the other one. All...