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Danny Gokey

Danny Gokey
Danny Gokey, a church music director from Milwaukee, is a Top 12 finalist on "American Idol" Season 8. His version of Mariah Carey's "Hero" wowed judges and fans, who picked him to be a semifinalist. Gokey's wife died from a heart condition four weeks before he auditioned in Kansas City. Gokey said on the show that he hopes people can get to know his wife through his performance.

For 'American Idol' news and episode recaps, click here.

To see photos of Danny Gokey, cli...
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Danny Gokey, a church music director from Milwaukee, is a Top 12 finalist on "American Idol" Season 8. His version of Mariah Carey's "Hero" wowed judges and fans, who picked him to be a semifinalist. Gokey's wife died from a heart condition four weeks before he auditioned in Kansas City. Gokey said on the show that he hopes people can get to know his wife through his performance.

For 'American Idol' news and episode recaps, click here.

To see photos of Danny Gokey, click here.
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  • Girls basketball: No. 3 McDonogh tops Georgetown Visitation in Bishop Walsh Invitational

    Georgetown Visitation (D.C.) used the long ball to hang with No. 3 McDonogh for a half. But the Eagles (22-7) tightened their perimeter defense and rolled, 71-54, in Thursday's girls opening round of the Bishop Walsh Invitational basketball tournament...
  • Matt Wieters picks Duke to win NCAA title; Duquette likes Louisville

    Matt Wieters picks Duke to win NCAA title; Duquette likes Louisville
    It takes some guts to pick Duke to win the NCAA tournament around these parts, but if anyone has the local clout to get away with it, it's probably Orioles catcher Matt Wieters. Wieters picked Duke on his NCAA bracket as part of a contest the Orioles...
  • Good Counsel edges No. 1 McDonogh in MIS wrestling tournament

    Good Counsel edges No. 1 McDonogh in MIS wrestling tournament
    For a few minutes on Saturday afternoon, St. Vincent Pallotti's Antonio Santoro was the most popular person on McDonogh's campus. Unfortunately for him and the No. 1 Eagles, it didn't last. Santoro lost a 6-1 decision in the championship match at 285...
  • School projects get green light, but officials say more fiscal green needed

    The list is long enough to give contractors a stiff workout. There are roof repairs and resurfacing due for Georgetown East Elementary School and painting for George Fox Middle School. Mills-Parole Elementary will get tiles, carpet and terrazzo. Crofton...
  • Colonial Players 'Trying,' and succeeding, in study of history and relationships

    Colonial Players 'Trying,' and succeeding, in study of history and relationships
    Colonial Players offers a gem in historical and dramatic substance in its current production of Joanna McClelland Glass' "Trying," continuing through March 2 in Annapolis. This two-person "memory play" is set in 1967 and finds Judge Francis Biddle, 81,...
  • Baltimore's National Pinball Museum to close

    Baltimore's National Pinball Museum to close
    Baltimore's year-old National Pinball Museum, a pinging, clanging, tilting tribute to the flipper machines that have been mainstays of American popular culture for decades, will be shutting its doors March 3. The museum, which re-located to Baltimore...
  • First loss of season sharp reminder of work Navy has to do

    First loss of season sharp reminder of work Navy has to do
    Navy’s first 3-0 start since 2007 didn’t come to fruition as No. 18 Fairfield nipped the Midshipmen, 10-9, on Tuesday evening on a goal by Sam Snow with 4.1 seconds left. The program’s first loss of the season served as a reminder...
  • Girls Basketball Player of the Year: Jade Scaife, Archbishop Spalding, senior, forward

    Girls Basketball Player of the Year: Jade Scaife, Archbishop Spalding, senior, forward
    Jade Scaife Archbishop Spalding, senior, forward The toughest player to defend on the No. 1 team, Scaife led the Cavaliers to a 29-2 record and the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference championship. "She rose to the occasion in...
  • Harford County wrestlers ready for regionals

    Fresh off last weekend's UCBAC tournament, Harford's high school wrestlers will turn their focus toward regional action this weekend, beginning today (Friday). Some will compete right here in the county, at Havre de Grace, while others will travel to...
  • Maryland's Schwarzmann headlines 2013 women's Tewaaraton watch list

    Maryland's Schwarzmann headlines 2013 women's Tewaaraton watch list
    Maryland's Katie Schwarzmann, last year's Tewaaraton Award winner, headlines the early list of contenders for this year's top prize in college women’s lacrosse with the announcement Friday of the 2013 Tewaaraton Award watch list. Four of last...
  • First pool of men's Tewaaraton Award candidates announced

    First pool of men's Tewaaraton Award candidates announced
    The Tewaaraton Foundation released Friday its first list of candidates for the annual award, which is given to the top collegiate player. Colgate senior attackman Peter Baum, who won last year’s award, is in the pool as are 2012 finalists senior...
  • Navy at Georgetown: Three things to watch

    Navy at Georgetown: Three things to watch
    Navy trails, 15-7, in this series and has dropped seven of the last eight meetings. The Midshipmen (2-1) suffered their first loss of the season, falling to No. 18 Fairfield, 10-9, last Tuesday in a contest in which they failed to protect three one-goal...