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Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association

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  • High school wrap-up: Glenelg girls basketball is last undefeated team

    Girls basketball Standings (as of Jan. 2): Glenelg, 6-0 county, 9-0 overall; Oakland Mills, 5-1, 6-1; Reservoir, 5-1, 6-1; River Hill, 5-1, 7-2; Long Reach, 5-1, 6-3; Howard, 4-2, 6-3; Mt. Hebron, 3-3, 5-4; Centennial, 2-4, 2-6; Marriotts Ridge, 1-5, 1-...
  • Whittles to be inducted into Spalding's Hall of Fame

    Whittles to be inducted into Spalding's Hall of Fame
    Archbishop Spalding football coach Mike Whittles, who continues his inspiring battle with stage four pancreatic cancer, will be inducted into the Cavaliers Hall of Fame on Sunday. Whittles, who hasĀ battled cancer for almost a year, has been the...
  • Loyola's Abbott steps down as football coach

    Loyola's Abbott steps down as football coach
    Loyola football coach Brian Abbott has stepped down after 10 years, four Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference titles and six Turkey Bowl victories. "I just think your internal clock tells you it's time," Abbott said. "My goal was...
  • Three local wrestlers looking to go 4 for 4 at states

    Three local wrestlers looking to go 4 for 4 at states
    This winter, Centennial senior wrestler Nathan Kraisser challenged himself by going to the Walsh Ironman tournament, one of the most demanding on the East Coast, where he lost three matches to double his career total. Oakland Mills senior Tony Farace...
  • Wrestling: Mount St. Joe senior repeats as champion

    Wrestling: Mount St. Joe senior repeats as champion
    It was a tough day on the mat for all but one — Mount St. Joseph senior Tyler Rill — of the local competitors at the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association wrestling tournament on the Gaels' home mats Feb. 11. Rill earned his second...
  • Former St. Frances coach Mark Karcher to take over first-year city public school program

    Former St. Frances coach Mark Karcher to take over first-year city public school program
    Mark Karcher’s hiatus from local high school basketball is coming to an end. Starting this fall, Karcher will lead the varsity boys program at Bluford Drew Jemison STEM Academy. The former St. Frances coach’s first-year program is located...
  • Boys basketball: Five teams pick up victories in opening round of regional tourneys

    Boys basketball: Five teams pick up victories in opening round of regional tourneys
    With the basketball playoffs season under way, the Edgewood Rams, the reigning UCBAC champions, picked up a victory during the opening round of play in this year's MPSSAA boys basketball regional tournaments, beating seventh-seeded guest Fallston, 72-53,...
  • Weekend wrap: Big crowds force Layman's squad to hit the road for playoffs

    Weekend wrap: Big crowds force Layman's squad to hit the road for playoffs
    Jake Layman's road to a state championship just got a little bit bumpier. The Terps small forward commitment's King Philip squad is scheduled to face Whitman-Hanson in a Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association Division 2 South Tournament...
  • Nominees named for 49th annual scholar athlete awards

    Nominees named for 49th annual scholar athlete awards
    Academics will take center stage Wednesday night when the Greater Baltimore Chapter of the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame honors high school football scholars at its 49th Annual Scholar Athlete Awards Dinner at Martin’s West....
  • Boys lacrosse: Area teams seek winning equation

    Boys lacrosse: Area teams seek winning equation
    Starting with the faceoff, local stick squads hope to fashion solid components of a winning season, including defending Maryland Interscholastic Athletic A Conference champion Gilman, runner-up Calvert Hall and serious contenders Loyola Blakefield, Boys'...
  • Baseball: Players to watch

    Baseball: Players to watch
    Michael Austin Century, outfielder-pitcher, senior Coach Jamar Garner says Austin is "the best player" in Carroll County. He batted .517 last season and made the most of his time on base, stealing 11 bases and scoring 29 runs. He also drove in 33 runs...
  • Baseball: By the numbers

    Baseball: By the numbers
    5 High schools Severn's Hal Sparks has coached at since starting in 1966, including four in Maryland (Mount St. Joseph, Towson Catholic and John Carroll are the others) 10 Consecutive years Calvert Hall has reached the MIAA A Conference playoffs 14...