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Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association

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  • CMW leads Week Six football winners with win over Perryville

    CMW leads Week Six football winners with win over Perryville
    Despite persistent rain showers and soggy fields throughout Harford County, Week Six of the high school football season is in the books for all 10 public high schools. Nine of the 10 played UCBAC divisional contests, while Joppatowne took a break. In...
  • Boys soccer All-Metro first-team

    Boys soccer All-Metro first-team
    First Team Tunde Akinlosotu McDonogh, forward, sophomore * Tallied 18 goals * Named All-State second-team and member of Baltimore Celtic * Being recruited by Maryland, Georgetown and Duke * "He scored some big time goals in some big time games,"...
  • Boys cross country All-Metro first-team

    Boys cross country All-Metro first-team
    First team Rhys Burgett Severna Park, senior * Spent most of season as No. 2 runner on the powerful Class 4A champion Severna Park team * Ran strongly and took second to teammate Ryan Forsyth at Spiked Shoe Invitational * Did the same thing at...
  • Football By the Numbers for Week 7

    Football By the Numbers for Week 7
    Two significant winning streaks ended, a pair of coaches earned milestone victories and one player tied a state record to highlight Week Seven of high school football action. No. 1 Gilman fought off one of its top opponents, Archbishop Spalding, to stay...
  • High School Wrap-Up

    Golf District V Championship (Oct. 21 at Fairway Hills) 2A/1A team results: 1. Marriotts Ridge, 302; 2. Southern, 372. 4A/3A team results: 1. Atholton, 315; 2. South River, 315; 3. Broadneck, 322; 4. Centennial, 336; 5. Glenelg, 345; 6. River Hill,...
  • Fallston blanks Aberdeen for UCBAC boys soccer championship

    Fallston blanks Aberdeen for UCBAC boys soccer championship
    For the third time in the last seven seasons, the Fallston and Aberdeen boys soccer teams met each other to play for the UCBAC championship game and, as in the previous two meetings, Fallston came out with a shutout victory, this time taking down...
  • Recruiting notes: Attackman-midfielder Schimoler commits orally to UMBC

    Recruiting notes: Attackman-midfielder Schimoler commits orally to UMBC
    South River junior attackman-midfielder Gunnar Schimoler has orally committed to UMBC. The son of the late John Schimoler, who played on Syracuse's 1983 national championship team, the 6-foot-1, 175-pound recruit started as a sophomore for the Seahawks,...
  • C. Milton Wright, Patterson Mill headed to regional field hockey finals

    C. Milton Wright, Patterson Mill headed to regional field hockey finals
    Monday's MPSSAA regional field hockey sectional final rounds saw two local squads earn shutout victories, and with them a spot in Wednesday's regional championship matchups. C. Milton Wright came through with a 4-0 win over Bel Air in the 3A North...
  • Broadneck, Spalding debut in state football media poll

    Broadneck, Spalding debut in state football media poll
    Broadneck and Archbishop Spalding moved into the Top 25 in this week’s Maryland High School Football Media State Poll while St. Paul’s loss cost the Crusaders and Archbishop Curley their rankings. Broadneck’s 37-18 win over then-No. 15...
  • How the Top 15 football teams fared in Week 9

    How the Top 15 football teams fared in Week 9
    The high school football season continued its strange turn in Week Nine with big surprises for two defending state champions. Edmondson shocked No. 5 Dunbar and Howard dealt No. 7 River Hill its second loss in three weeks. Three other teams in The...
  • Putty Hill baseball players prefer to play closer to home

    Putty Hill baseball players prefer to play closer to home
    For players on the Putty Hill Panthers 22-and-under team who have to work this summer, the Maryland Collegiate Baseball League is the perfect fit because they don’t have to go very far for games: St. Paul’s School in Brooklandville. That&...
  • Player of the Year Zayatz put Oakland Mills baseball on the map

    Player of the Year Zayatz put Oakland Mills baseball on the map
    When Joe Zayatz arrived at Oakland Mills in 2009, the Scorpions baseball team was a proud but struggling organization. After a 1-18 season in which Oakland Mills was outscored 238-44, there was much work to be done to bring the team back to...