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  • Swimming: Clemens Crossing wins as free relay rally falls short; Owen Brown triumphs

    Clemens Crossing, 329; Kings Contrivance, 292 Medley Relays 15-18M: 1. CC (Mathieson, DeBoissiere, Solomotis, Elshafei), 2:02.57. 9-10M: 1. CC (Caine, Wilson, Oliver, Kelly), 1:17.27. 11-12M: 1. CC (Bridges, Elshafei, Eidson, Lew), 2:28.62. 13-14M:...
  • Positive strides highlight successful swim season for Laurel-area teams

    Positive strides highlight successful swim season for Laurel-area teams
    West Laurel fell to 1-3 overall this season with a 306-260 loss to visiting Silver Spring on July 7, but Matt Harris is hardly discouraged by the performance of his Wahoos. "Our kids are dropping times across the board," said Harris, who coaches with...
  • Swimming: Surhoff sisters finish season with a flourish for St. Paul's School for Girls

    Swimming: Surhoff sisters finish season with a flourish for St. Paul's School for Girls
    Sisters Kendall and Jordan Surhoff had a banner year swimming in the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference, completing the season with several individual titles in the championship meet early last month. Kendall, a St. Paul's...
  • Swimming: Roger Carter Seals fall to Kings Landing Lionfish, 290-289

    Swimming: Roger Carter Seals fall to Kings Landing Lionfish, 290-289
    Roger Carter The Kings Landing Lionfish held a one-point advantage over the Roger Carter Seals at the end of the July 7 meet. The 290-289 loss was Roger Carter’s second of the season. The Seals won 18 individual events thanks to triple wins by...
  • Columnist receives a call from Clary after column is posted

    Columnist receives a call from Clary after column is posted
    Jim Alexander’s column on Tyler Clary dissing Michael Phelps had been up online for about 4 1/2 hours Monday night when the writer’s phone rang. It was Clary, hoping for a do-over of sorts. But in journalism as in swimming, that doesn’t...
  • Swimming: Tech, North Harford pick up wins

    The Harford Tech swimmers picked up a dual meet victory Tuesday evening at Magnolia Middle School, beating Joppatowne, 168-152. The Tech boys won their meet 109-59, while the Joppatowne girls earned a 93-59 win over the Cobras. The Carestia brothers led...
  • 'Glee' recap: Yes/No

    'Glee' recap: Yes/No
    Valentine's Day comes early to William McKinley High School. After a brief holiday hiatus, our favorite glee kids are back and sappier...I mean, more romantic...than ever. Case in point? The show opener with the Grease classic "Summer Nights" starring...
  • Ice flow: Teamwork syncs in fast for young skaters

    Ice flow: Teamwork syncs in fast for young skaters
    The girls stand together in their skates before taking the ice. They talk animatedly as they stretch and prepare for a long practice. "They haven't seen each other in a week," one of the mothers says in passing. The Sailors, the highest-level team in the...
  • Phelps takes second gold, eyes two more

    Michael Phelps won his second gold medal of the Columbus Grand Prix by cruising to victory in the 200-meter butterfly Saturday. His time of 1 minute, 55.17 seconds unofficially is the fastest in the world this year. "It's my second-fastest in-season...
  • 'Training does work,' Phelps says after winning 100 free at Columbus GP

    Despite all the success Michael Phelps has had in his career, he has always had disdain for the training required. That didn't stop him from winning eight gold medals at the Beijing Olympics in 2008 to bring his total to 14 overall, but as the 26-year-...
  • Girls Athlete of the Week: Dani Potis, Notre Dame Prep, swimming

    Girls Athlete of the Week: Dani Potis, Notre Dame Prep, swimming
    The sophomore won four events in Thursday's 121-49 victory over McDonogh, which boosted the Blazers' record to 6-0. She won the 200-yard freestyle in 1 minute, 56.67 seconds and the 500-yard freestyle in 5:10.62. Potis, 15, also helped the defending...
  • Swimming: McDonogh ends drought against Loyola

    Loyola Blakefield coach Keith Schertle was certain his Dons were going to lose to McDonogh on Friday afternoon. That may sound strange, given the fact that Loyola has captured 18 straight Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference...