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The Baltimore SunStefon Diggs' commitment to Maryland on Friday night gave the Terps their first five-star recruit since Hargrave (Va.) Military Academy offensive tackle Bruce Campbell signed with UM in 2007. The Good Counsel wide receiver's pledge also vaulted the...
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Jimmy Patsos was in his first season at Loyola when Pat Kennedy, then entering his second year at Towson and coming off a 5-24 season, proclaimed the Tigers to be Baltimore's college basketball team. Other local coaches might have chuckled at Kennedy's...
The Baltimore SunAfter two years in Massachusetts, Sam Cassell Jr. is coming home for college. Cassell, a Baltimore native and former St. Frances combo guard, committed to Maryland on Sunday. Cassell picked the Terps over Connecticut, Dayton, Florida State, Villanova,...
Organizers of the Maryland State Athletic Hall of Fame are looking for ways to rejuvenate a proud institution that has been around since 1956. They're hoping this helps: one of the Hall's most star-studded classes will be inducted at an upcoming ceremony...
The Baltimore SunThe championship hopes of Perry Hills and Anthony Nixon ended Friday night. Hills, a Maryland-bound quarterback, hooked up with Pittsburgh Central Catholic teammate Nixon, a Terps wide receiver pledge, in the first quarter of a Western Pennsylvania...
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To Josh Selby, the Memphis Grizzlies represent a clean slate, and a team that doesn't care about his past, only his potential. To the Memphis Grizzlies — who snagged the Lake Clifton graduate with the 49th pick in Thursday's NBA Draft — Selby...
The Baltimore SunMarch 19, 2011 While Lorenzo Simpson's classmates at City Springs Elementary/Middle were taking the Maryland School Assessments this month, the fifth-grader was 1,000 miles away facing his own series of tests - in the boxing ring. With the memory of...
Sun reporterOne of the oldest neighborhood axioms around is that you never forget where you came from. Carmelo Anthony is living proof of that. The Baltimore native, in town to promote his annual 3-on-3 basketball tournament, showed up at the Cloverdale Park...
Baltimore Sun reporterLongtime followers of Dunbar boys basketball still carry the memories of some of the storied program's greatest moments. There was the 1982-83 team that won a mythical national championship and is one of the best high school teams to play in Baltimore,...
Baltimoresun.com staffOn a typically steamy mid-August day in Baltimore, Sean Mosley walked toward his high school, St. Frances Academy, with one thing on his mind: "Is this the best decision for me to make?" It wasn't an issue of last-minute jitters or second thoughts....
Sun ReportersAt 7:04 a.m. Tuesday, 17-year-old Sterling Jones, bleary-eyed and shirtless, opens the front door of his rowhouse on Wheeler Avenue in West Baltimore. He squints into the sunshine, nods his head, then disappears back inside. He has lived on this block...
Sam Cassell stretched out his hands, the ones that held the imaginary torch."It's passed," Cassell said with the smile that still can't be mistaken for any other. "Here it is, 'Melo, here it is." Carmelo Anthony wasn't standing right there to...
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