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Ravens notes: Left tackle Ronnie Stanley played through high-ankle sprain vs. Bengals

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New Orioles GM Mike Elias' emphasis will be on building 'an elite talent pipeline'

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Durkin told panel Loh didn't want Maryland players talking to football investigator

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Placed on leave, University of Maryland's Durkin continued to advise football team through assistant coaches

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Western Tech volleyball falls to Clear Spring in state championship game
 

Western Tech volleyball falls to Clear Spring in state championship game

No matter what future teams at Western Tech do, the 2018 Wolverines will always hold the place in history as the first volleyball team ever to be a state finalist. The No. 13 Wolverines (17-3) finished with the most wins of any other team, but it ended with a 25-14, 25-15, 25-13 loss to Clear Spring...

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Hinsdale's Matt Rafferty helped Furman upset 2 of the 2018 Final Four teams in 9 days: 'It was quite a surreal feeling'

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  • Del Mar horse racing stewards have a referee's job like no other

    Del Mar horse racing stewards have a referee's job like no other

    In separate interviews, in different rooms at Del Mar, the three people who make up the racetrack’s board of stewards all came up with the same phrase to describe one of the must-have requirements for their job: “Thick-skinned.” One of them, Grant Baker, took it a step farther, repeating what he...

  • Trainer Miller earns 1,000th career win at home track Del Mar

    Trainer Miller earns 1,000th career win at home track Del Mar

    Peter Miller won the 1,000th race of his thoroughbred training career Friday, and of course he reached the milestone of the track most dear to him: Del Mar. “If I could pick the place to win my first two Breeders’ Cup races and my 1,000th race, this would be the spot,” a beaming Miller said after...

  • Digest (Nov. 15): Poor weather cancels Laurel Park card

    Digest (Nov. 15): Poor weather cancels Laurel Park card

    An early arrival of winter forced the cancellation of Thursday's nine-race program at Laurel Park . Horses were at the gate for the first race when the decision was made to cancel racing because of deteriorating weather conditions from Winter Storm Avery. Early morning snow turned to sleet and...

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  • Lacrosse league labor dispute puts San Diego Seals' debut on hold

    Lacrosse league labor dispute puts San Diego Seals' debut on hold

    San Diego will have to wait a little longer for professional lacrosse. The National Lacrosse League on Thursday canceled the first two weeks of the 2018-19 season due to an ongoing labor dispute with its players’ union, wiping out the San Diego Seals’ first game in franchise history. San Diego...

  • Eight-year-old suffering from serious genetic condition joins UConn lacrosse team

    Eight-year-old suffering from serious genetic condition joins UConn lacrosse team

    Kaleigh Thereault is at an age when everything should be simple in her life. At 8 years old, she loves mint chocolate chip ice cream, the feeling of Jonathan the Husky’s fur under her fingertips and the special VIP badge she’s been given to wear around her neck for the day. It’s Tuesday and Kaleigh...

  • By the numbers: 2019 schedule for Towson men's lacrosse

    By the numbers: 2019 schedule for Towson men's lacrosse

    Towson has released its schedule for the 2019 season. Here is a breakdown of what awaits the Tigers, who went 7-8 last spring and finished second in the Colonial Athletic Association. 10 In the past 10 years, Towson has advanced to seven CAA tournaments and four NCAA postseasons — all since 2012,...

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  • Barcelona still looking good, even if results show otherwise

    Barcelona still looking good, even if results show otherwise

    There are no style points in soccer. But if you believe Josep Maria Bartomeu, president of Spanish superclub Barcelona, form counts. “We at Barca, we don’t look only at [results],” he said. “It’s important. But first of all we look at the capacity of creating and playing football that is going...

  • Christian Pulisic returns but U.S. men's national team no match for England in 3-0 defeat

    Christian Pulisic returns but U.S. men's national team no match for England in 3-0 defeat

    Christian Pulisic played just his second match with the U.S. national team in 13 months, and the Americans failed to muster much of an attack in a 3-0 loss to England on Thursday night that marked Wayne Rooney's farewell with the Three Lions. Jesse Lingard and Trent Alexander-Arnold scored in a...

  • What to watch in international soccer this weekend

    With the club season taking its final pause of 2018, the spotlight for televised soccer turns to international matches this weekend. Latin America: While many countries have used the post-World Cup period to audition young talent, Brazil has continued to call up the core of the team it took to...

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  • Golf roundup: Patrick Reed and Danny Willett tied for lead in Dubai

    Patrick Reed and Danny Willett each put on a green jacket the last time they won a tournament. Now they have their eyes set on another significant prize this weekend in Dubai. Reed, the reigning Masters champion, and Willett, who won that event two years earlier, closed Saturday at 14-under 202...

  • Golf: Lee Westwood, Matt Kuchar end tournament slumps

    Golf: Lee Westwood, Matt Kuchar end tournament slumps

    Lee Westwood was finally back in the winner's circle on Sunday and it was in a familiar setting, clinching his third title at the Nedbank Golf Challenge in South Africa by coming from behind to overhaul a three-shot deficit in the final round. Westwood denied Sergio Garcia a wire-to-wire victory...

  • Digest (Nov. 7): Baltimore courses support veterans rehabilitation golf program

    Digest (Nov. 7): Baltimore courses support veterans rehabilitation golf program

    Baltimore Municipal Golf Corporation, also known as Baltimore's Classic Five, announced 10 percent of all greens and carts fees at Carroll Park, Clifton Park, Forest Park, Mount Pleasant, and Pine Ridge golf courses Monday will be donated to the Links to Freedom Foundation. The Links to Freedom...

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Chris Dollar: Feeling thankful for wild fish, birds
 

Chris Dollar: Feeling thankful for wild fish, birds

The snow wasn’t so much as falling as lilting in a series of spirals that bent in pretty much any direction but straight down. The flakes seemed coughed up in puffs, captive to the gusts of a tempestuous northeast wind. Reports from the first weekend of Maryland’s duck season brought me some optimism....

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