A Business article yesterday about Legg Mason Inc. earnings incorrectly identified an analyst from Banc of America Securities. The analyst was Michael Hecht.
In yesterday's Sports section, Atholton girls basketball player Elie Snyder was misidentified in a photo caption that was published with an article about an Atholton-Mount Hebron basketball game.
In an article in Wednesday's Sports section about the new scoring system for Olympic figure skating, a quotation attributed to American skater Johnny Weir actually was from another American skater, Michael Weiss. The quotation was: "The worst thing is that no one gets it. I don't get it. I don't think the judges get it. It was silly going into an Olympic year and changing the scoring system. What figure skating fans we still have, we may lose because someone may win the Olympics who no one has heard of."
In Wednesday's Sports section, an article about the Senior Players Championship coming to Baltimore Country Club misidentified the golf course architect. The Five Farms course was designed by AW Tillinghast.
In Wednesday's Sports section, the NFL team that Jerramy Stevens plays for was misidentified. Stevens, a tight end, plays for the Seattle Seahawks.
The Sun regrets the errors.