Towson field hockey stuns Dulaney
The Dulaney field hockey team is in an unusual slump.
Roland Park field hockey falls to Garrison Forest
The Garrison Forest field hockey team continues to weave a winning path through the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference.
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Boys’ Latin defensive end a coveted player by colleges
Boys’ Latin football coach Ritchie Schell's first take on Victor Dimukeje was that the transfer from New Town High in Owings Mills was “very, very raw.”
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Woodard throws for 5 TDs in Dulaney rout of Kenwood
The Dulaney football team had too much speed and big-play capability, and it didn’t take long for that decisive edge to show Friday night, as the visiting Lions
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Loyola Blakefield soccer blanks St. Paul's
Loyola Blakefield may have lacked sufficient intensity when it was shutout by John Carroll, 2-0, on Sept. 16 — two days after the Dons upset the No. 1 team in
Bryn Mawr goalie shines in field hockey loss to St. Mary's
Like any other coach, Lauren Skrenchuk will accept a lopsided victory.
Dulaney boys soccer overwhelms Kenwood
The Dulaney High boys soccer team had too much of too many things, as the Lions put away visiting Kenwood, 5-0, in Timonium Friday.
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Pallotti girls soccer relying on youth for success
Back in the offseason, when St. Vincent Pallotti girls soccer coach Maceo Rojas evaluated the girls soccer program he’d just inherited, there were a few things
Notre Dame Prep soccer blanks Maryvale
There were no miracles for the Maryvale soccer team against Notre Dame Prep Wednesday.
Towson girls soccer routs Loch Raven
While the Towson and Loch Raven High schools are apart, there was a world of difference in the play of both teams Tuesday.
Hereford field hockey primed for another run at state title
When last observed, the Hereford High field hockey team was hoisting a trophy at last November in Chestertown after winning its second straight Class 2A
Battaglia helps Loyola soccer slip past Gilman
If Loyola Blakefield soccer coach Lee Tschantret had tried to guess which of his players would be responsible for his team’s victory over host Gilman, Nick
Gilman volleyball boasts senior-laden lineup
Second-year coach William Allenbach described his first season piloting Gilman’s volleyball program as “difficult.”
Dulaney field hockey blanks Notre Dame Prep
The Notre Dame Prep field hockey team had most of the shots, but visiting Dulaney had the one that made the difference.
Varsity roundup: No. 14 Hereford tops Towson in girls volleyball
Hereford's volleyball team isn't accustomed to being an underdog, and they didn't play like it either.
Hereford volleyball upends Towson
Hereford’s volleyball team isn’t accustomed to being an underdog.
Calvert Hall's Watson shows his stuff on, off the field
Calvert Hall senior BJ Watson is a true triple threat.
Towson volleyball cruises past Roland Park
There were just too many obstacles for the Roland Park Country School volleyball team to overcome Friday against Towson High.
Gilman volleyball sweeps St. Paul's in MIAA opener
St. Paul’s rookie volleyball coach SJ Greenway’s first visit to Gilman didn’t last long.
Wilkinson returns to St. Paul's for second stint as volleyball coach
After coaching women’s volleyball at Goucher College for two years, Kelli Wilkinson realized absence really does make the heart grow fonder.
Determined Gilman soccer team eyeing postseason berth
Gilman coach Jon Seal has built his Greyhounds into one of the best programs in the nine-team Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference,
Loch Raven football focused on making playoffs
Loch Raven football coach Jeramiah Bowling hopes that speed is more important than size when it comes to winning football games, because the Raiders have plenty
Calvert Hall football leaning heavily on running game
BJ Watson is coming.
New quarterback gives Dulaney football a boost
The season can’t arrive soon enough for Dulaney coach Daron Reid, whose anticipation stems from the arrival of Baltimore City College transfer Tyler Woodard.
Lansdowne football looks to be offensive
Lansdowne is hoping that excellent team chemistry and a new spread offense can help the Vikings varsity football program rid itself of the memory of last year's
Towson football looks to move forward
Chad Knippenberg has been putting Towson High's football program back together again.
St. Paul's football looks for significant improvement
St. Paul’s football fans can be assured of one thing this season: The Crusaders can’t possibly much worse in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association
Hereford football primed for deep playoff run
Everything is pointing toward another winning season for the Hereford High football team.
Standout golfer Patel headed for Harvard
Rij Patel knew he had to change his unorthodox golf swing when he felt recurring pain.
Meadowbrook swimmers excel in postseason meets
Meadowbrook Tomatoes first-year swimming coach Robby Priego would have been thrilled with just one post-season championship.
Padonia Park, Roland Run swimmers shine at Straehle Invitational
The Padonia Park Pooh Bears are not short on talented young swimmers.
Wong becoming fixture at World Junior Squash Championships
Casey Wong has found a new love when it comes to squash — coaching.
Lacrosse keeps Loyola Blakefield graduate Stanwick busy
Steele Stanwick considers himself to be the luckiest guy in the world.
After getting cut by Orioles, Ross dominating in minors for Washington Nationals
For lifelong Orioles fan Greg Ross, getting signed to a minor-league contract by his hometown team in mid-January was a thrill of a lifetime.
Baltimore Redbirds 12 U baseball thrilled to be playing in Cooperstown
It’s one thing to visit the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown.
Stoneleigh Sharks eager to make splash at Freestate Trophy Meet
With the Freestate Trophy Meet just two weeks away, the Stoneleigh Sharks are hoping to get the program's dynasty back on track.
Working hard in the summer lifts St. Paul's wrestler
St. Paul's School wrestler Kurt McHenry trains like a professional athlete.
Conrad, Kelly, Roesner excited for U-19 Lacrosse World Championships
Calvert Hall graduate Timmy Kelly won a national championship as a midfielder on the University of North Carolina lacrosse team on Memorial Day against the
Athlete of the Year excelled in three sports
John Fitzgerald's athletic ability is off the charts.
Towson native Buchanan steps down as St. Timothy's girls basketball coach
Saying he wants to take a break from basketball, Towson native Mike Buchanan has stepped down after 10 years as girls coach at St. Timothy's School in
Towson area baseball players eager to impress college scouts in Futures game
The 2016 Maryland State Association of Baseball Coaches Maryland Futures game is all about looking ahead.
Roland Park's Hauser named Player, Athlete of Year
Anna Hauser's value to the Roland Park Country School lacrosse, soccer and basketball teams went well beyond her many playing skills.
Defensive mentality set female Athlete of Year apart
When it comes to defense in lacrosse and field hockey, few performers can match Hereford High junior Dana Meehling, who used her toughness and outstanding
Towson Times' boys lacrosse Player of the Year led Loyola in scoring
Loyola Blakefield attackman Cole Williams had an inking of what was in store for the 2016 season.
Pallotti wrestler is male Athlete of the Year
It would have been difficult for St. Vincent Pallotti heavyweight wrestler Mansur Abdul-Malik to script a better junior year than the one he put together for
Dulaney's Sachs earns Player of the Year honors
Dulaney's Annie Sachs was just about unstoppable in the second half of the Class 4A-3A state semifinal against Howard High.