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  • Hunter guides Orioles to 8-2 win over Twins

    Hunter guides Orioles to 8-2 win over Twins
    There will be no early proclamations, no wild “Curse of the Andino” celebrations on the field after two impressive wins to kick off the 2012 season. These Orioles have been through this before — plenty of times — a quick start...
  • McDonogh girls beat Severn for 13th straight

    The No. 3 McDonogh girls basketball team started its winning streak more than five weeks ago against Severn and extended it to 13 straight Friday as Danielle Edwards scored 11 points and the Eagles beat the host Admirals, 53-40. McDonogh (15-1) had...
  • Arrieta has career-worst outing as Orioles fall to Phillies, 9-6

    Arrieta has career-worst outing as Orioles fall to Phillies, 9-6
    Earlier this year, when Jake Arrieta was named the Orioles' youngest Opening Day starter since Mike Mussina, he talked about the magnitude of the honor and the leadership responsibility it carried. Feeling fully recovered from August elbow surgery,...
  • All-Howard County football team

    All-Howard County football team
    Following is the All-Howard County football team, as selected by the county's coaches Wednesday. (NOTE: The Baltimore Sun's All-Metro team will be announced early next month.)   OFFENSE Player of the Year: Devon Paye, Hammond, RB First Team QB:...
  • Vaughn, River Hill headed to 3A final after 41-7 win over Aberdeen

    Vaughn, River Hill headed to 3A final after 41-7 win over Aberdeen
    After a two-year break, River Hill is back in a familiar position: playing for a state football title. River Hill defeated visiting Aberdeen Friday night, 41-7, in a game that was never close. The Hawks (11-2), who won back-to-back 2A championships in...
  • Football: River Hill prepares for fourth state title game appearance

    Football: River Hill prepares for fourth state title game appearance
    Two months ago, a state championship was pretty low on the list of priorities for the River Hill football team. Having lost two games in a row — to Atholton on Sept. 16 and to Hammond a week later to drop to 2-2 — the Hawks' most immediate...
  • Football: Thomas Johnson-River Hill 3A state championship preview, by the numbers

    Football: Thomas Johnson-River Hill 3A state championship preview, by the numbers
    In this week's edition of the Howard County Times I previewed the upcoming Thomas Johnson-River Hill 3A state championship football game, Saturday at 7 p.m. at M&T Bank Stadium in downtown Baltimore. That story took more of a narrative approach, but here'...
  • Wrestling preview: Kraisser, Farace take aim on fourth state titles

    Wrestling preview: Kraisser, Farace take aim on fourth state titles
    The 2011-2012 wrestling season is shaping up to be a year of firsts for Howard County. Not only will wrestlers be forced to get used to 10 new weight classes, the most drastic change to weight classifications since 1989 when the 103-pound class was...
  • Wrestling: Reservoir makes opening statement

    Things looked pretty bleak for Reservoir heading into this season after junior Seth Rowell, a 2010 county champion, transferred to Mount St. Joseph, and Donovan Peek, a 2010 county finalist, moved to Nevada where his father, Darrell, took a job with the...
  • Wrestling: Powers emerge after first round of tri-meets

    In wrestling, it takes a precarious balance of individual talent and team depth to succeed as a dual meet team. Not only does a coach need a wrestler at all 14 weight classes, but they need 14 wrestlers of all different shapes and sizes who can win more...
  • Wrestling: Kraisser is outstanding at Franklin Invitational; Glenelg's Asher and Twigg also win

    Wrestling: Kraisser is outstanding at Franklin Invitational; Glenelg's Asher and Twigg also win
    It's a good thing that Centennial senior Nathan Kraisser is in his final year of high school, because at the rate that the 126-pounder is collecting trophies, shelf space is starting to run out. "The mantle is getting a little crowded, especially with my...
  • Howard County wrestling rankings, first edition

    I've been covering wrestling for the Howard County Times and Columbia Flier for about 10 years now, and one thing I've never done is individual rankings. I've kept records of the teams, and I've listed wrestlers in order of winning percentage -- but I've...