The third-seeded Dulaney boys basketball team used speed and quickness to establish early supremacy and breezed past visiting and sixth-seeded Bel Air, 93-45, in a Class 4A North Regional first-round playoff game Friday night in Timonium.
Hereford's outstanding depth was on display Saturday night at Perry Hall when the Bulls (172 points) topped runner-up Sparrows Point (161) and third-place Franklin (130), to claim their first Baltimore County championship since 2013 and their fifth overall in coach Ron Causey's 11-year tenure.
The game was there for the taking, but so were several others that the Dulaney boys basketball team let slip during a 10-game losing streak to Milford Mill that spanned 12 years. The game was there for the taking, but so were several others that the Dulaney boys basketball team let slip during a 10-game losing streak to Milford Mill that spanned 12 years.
If there ever was a time when the Hereford wrestling team could make noise in the postseason, it would be in the 2016 season. When the Bulls take to the mat Saturday at Perry Hall, they might have their best chance of winning a Baltimore County championship since 2013.
The Gilman ice hockey team has a lot of firepower, with 130 goals in 13 games. Loyola Blakefield learned that Friday in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference final, as Gilman overwhelmed the Dons, 6-1, at the Gardens Ice House in Laurel.
In order for the Friends boys basketball team to grab the final Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference playoff spot, the Quakers needed to win their last two games of the season against St. Paul¿s and St. John¿s Catholic Prep of Frederick.
A 76-0 dual-meet loss to Gilman in Mike Laidley¿s first year as Archbishop Spalding coach was something he just could not forget. A 76-0 dual-meet loss to Gilman in Mike Laidley¿s first year as Archbishop Spalding coach was something he just could not forget.
By reaching the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference championship game the past two years and the Mid-Atlantic Prep Hockey League finals last year, Calvert Hall has proven to be one of the best teams in the Baltimore metropolitan area.
Sophomore Victor Allen and junior Deshawn Wilson recorded first-period pins in the last two bouts as the New Town High wrestling team rallied for a 39-30 dual-meet victory over Loch Raven Thursday night.
Junior forward Tyrone Mckisset and senior forward David Velazquez each sank a free throw in the final seconds as Edgewood held off a rallying Towson team for a 54-52 victory over Towson in the Gold Division¿s Consolation Game in the Dundalk Holiday Basketball Tournament.
The Laurel High School girls basketball team has played well enough in the first couple weeks of the season to affirm the optimism of longtime coach Tommy Harrison. The Spartans appear to have the speed, size and athleticism to improve on last year¿s 11-14 mark.
The Hereford field hockey team and Hereford cross country team won Class 2A state titles. The Dulaney and Hereford volleyball teams also had memorable seasons, with both schools fielding championships in relays and in individual events.
There¿s a reason Notre Dame Prep coach Katie Marks is optimistic heading into her 10th season at her alma mater, and it has to do with the veteran nature of the 2015-2016 Blazers, who return seven players with varsity experience.
McDonogh senior Bruce Moore had a strong game against Gilman Friday night. He also got help from his teammates. Moore, with 21 points, was one of three McDonogh players in double figures as the Eagles defeated Gilman, 58-47, in a Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference game at Gilman.
The Gilman Greyhounds basketball team competes in the talented Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference, making it difficult to get attention, much less make the playoffs. But Grehounds coach Owen Daly is thankful for the team getting ready for the 2015-16 season.
Hereford and Kent Island high schools are 70 miles apart, and their field hockey teams reflected a similar distance Wednesday night, when Hereford defeated Kent Island, 7-2, in a state semifinal at Broadneck High School.