The Boys¿ Latin football team averaged 32 points per game last season and returns senior quarterback Logan Wisnauskas and a talented supporting cast. It's an area of strength for coach Ritchie Schell¿s team.
Gilman graduate Shane Cockerille wasn't making any headway at quarterback for the University of Maryland. Early in the summer, Cockerille asked Maryland coach Randy Edsall if could play linebacker. It turned out the Terps needed him more at fullback.
Gilman will open its first season in September without the "father" of its volleyball program. Neil Gabbey, who founded the program in 2003 and quickly established its reputation as one of the area¿s best, left in June to teach and coach girls volleyball at Savannah Day School in Savannah, Ga..
After winning eight straight Freestate Trophy Meet championships in a row the Stoneleigh Sharks outstanding streak of success finally came to and end when the York Manor Makos won the meet at Loyola Blakefield. After winning eight straight Freestate Trophy Meet championships in a row, the Stoneleigh Sharks outstanding streak of success finally came to and end when the York Manor Makos won the meet at Loyola Blakefield.
Recent Maryvale graduate Miranda Ibello sees playing in the Federation of International Lacrosse Under-19 World Championships in Edinburgh, Scotland for the U.S. Women's National Team as a tremendous opportunity.
Bryn Mawr's Tina Steck knew what she wanted to be at an early age. It was because of one person, Mercy High School¿s Mary Ella Marion, who is regarded as one of the area¿s most respected athletic directors.
The Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association has chosen Loch Raven rising senior Elizabeth McKinley to be the female student-athlete to represent the state at the National Federation of State High School Association leadership conference in Indianapolis this month.
Recent McDonogh School graduate Jacob Stover has had his perseverance pay off in qualifying to play in the Under Armour All-America Lacrosse Game. The Cockeysville resident was cut in three previous tries. The game will bring together the best seniors from across the country and will be televised on ESPNU.
Dulaney's Eric Walz wanted to run in the New Balance Nationals in Greensboro, N.C., on June 19. It¿s often the next step for Lions track and field athletes this time of the year, unless they feel as if they would benefit from rest.
Erin Howland has had an interesting career, including stints with Morgan Stanley as a financial adviser and the Baltimore Ravens as a sales and marketing account executive. But she didn't think either one was her calling. The Towson resident wanted to be involved in athletics, and now she has that chance. Howland is the new athletic director at St. Paul's School for Girls.
Bryn Mawr softball coach James Brown thought it was time to remind his players how they reached the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland B Conference championship with an unbeaten record. "I told them, `We have been beating everybody by double digits," said Brown, whose team outscored opponents, 246-66, this season. "We had to hit and the next thing you know, we start waking up and hitting."
Calvert Hall lacrosse player Timmy Kelly is talented and tough. The Lutherville resident, who will play at the University of North Carolina next season, found out in mid-April he was playing with two fractured vertebrae in his back and has tendinitis in both knees and in his Achilles' tendon.
The Gilman lacrosse team knows what it¿s like to be in a close Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference game this season, winning one by a goal and losing three others by three goals or less.
Pallotti girls lacrosse coach Mark Mozier acknowledges patience isn't a strength, but he has shown an abundance of it this season. Of Pallotti¿s 26 players, 16 are underclassmen. And 13 of those had not played the sport before this spring.
Notre Dame first-year lacrosse coach Mac Ford had been waiting for his team to play an all-around game for two halves. The Blazers did just that Tuesday against Maryvale, rolling to a 21-6 victory in Towson in an Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference game.
When Pallotti baseball coach baseball Jeff Palumbo started his job in the offseason, it didn¿t take him long to go through a roll call of returning starters. That's because it was as easy as one, two, three.