Gordon Coggins, Sr., of Reisterstown, fishes in Liberty Reservoir near the Liberty boat ramp in October 2014. Coggins goes fishing a couple of times a week until the weather turns too cold. He is fishing for bass and walleye.
Gordon Coggins, Sr., of Reisterstown, fishes in Liberty Reservoir near the Liberty boat ramp in October 2014. Coggins goes fishing a couple of times a week until the weather turns too cold. He is fishing for bass and walleye. (Robert K. Hamilton, Baltimore Sun)

Boating season at Liberty and Prettyboy reservoirs will begin Wednesday, Baltimore City Department of Public Works director Rudolph S. Chow announced.

The season will run through Dec. 31, weather permitting.

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Boating season at Loch Raven Reservoir is from April 7 to Oct. 29.

Boating at all three city reservoirs requires a valid boating permit.

For information on permits, and on reservoir rules and regulations, call DPW Natural Resources at 410-795-6150 or email publicworks@baltimorecity.gov.

For boating information, as well as watercraft permit applications at Loch Raven Reservoir, contact the Loch Raven Fishing Center at 410-887-7692 or email lrfish-rp@baltimorecountymd.gov.

Recreation and outdoors calendar

Angler's Night Out

Tuesday, Feb. 28: Angler's Night Out, hosted by Boatyard Bar & Grill, CCA MD and Chesapeake Bay Magazine. Feature

Fishing: Tim Campbell will talk about yellow perch when he addresses the Perry Hall chapter of Maryland Saltwater Sportfishing Association on Monday in a meeting that starts at 7:30 p.m. at the Gunpowder VFW Post 10067, 6309 Ebenezer Road. Visitors are welcome. For details, call Joe Zinner at 410-256-5641.

Major League Soccer: D.C. United signed Canadian national team player and two-time Canadian championship winner Maxim Tissot after a preseason trial with the club. Tissot, 24, a defender-midfielder spent 2016 with the Montreal Impact of MLS and the Ottawa Fury of the North American Soccer League.

Pro football: The Saskatchewan Roughriders of the Canadian Football League will hold an open free-agent tryout next Sunday at Coppermine Du Burns Arena at 3100 Boston St. Registration is at 3:30 p.m.; the fee is $100. The workout runs from 4:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Bring your own workout clothes, running shoes and football cleats. For more information, call Mike Davis at 314-323-5866.

No. 2 Maryland women ride quick start to 13-10 win over No. 1 UNC in title rematch

The second-ranked Terps wasted little time jumping on the veteran-laden Tar Heels, building an early four-goal lead before holding them off for a 13-10 win at Maryland Stadium. That ended North Carolina's school-record winning streak at 20 and made the Terps the new presumed No. 1 team when the next rankings are released.

Women's college lacrosse: Mollie Stevens scored five goals and No. 4 Florida (2-1) earned a 15-10 win against No. 3 Southern California (2-2) on Friday night. The visiting Trojans pulled within 8-7 with 23 minutes left, but the Gators went on a 4-0 run to stretch the lead.

Impressing early, Tyler Blohm (Spalding) will 'pitch when it matters' for No. 25 Terps

The left-hander has "progressed about as quick as any guy I've been around," according to coach John Szefc.

College baseball: Visiting Maryland (1-4) was one-hit in losing, 14-0, to No. 5 LSU (6-1). Junior Zach Jancarski broke up Jared Poche's no-hit bid with nobody out in the ninth inning. Taylor Bloom of Crofton took the loss. ... Towson right-hander Skyler Morris (Boys' Latin) allowed just one run over five innings, and Colin Dyer (Howard) drove in three runs to lead the Tigers (1-0) to a 4-1 victory over host California State Northridge (2-2) on Friday.

Women's college volleyball: Maryland sophomore opposite hitter Angel Gaskin, senior middle blocker Hailey Murray, freshman setter Taylor Smith and sophomore libero Kelsey Wicinski were selected to participate in the U.S. national team open tryouts Friday to next Sunday in Colorado Springs, Colo.

Women's college basketball: Harford Community College (26-2) moved up one spot to No. 13 in the National Junior College Athletic Association Division I poll.

Maryland football makes a change, bringing back Tyler Bowen to coach offensive line

Maryland coach DJ Durkin brought back Tyler Bowen, who played and coached under Ralph Friedgen at Maryland, to coach the offensive line.

College football: Maryland coach DJ Durkin addressed one of the major weaknesses of his team in his first year by making a change within his staff Saturday. Durkin brought back Tyler Bowen, who played and coached under Ralph Friedgen at Maryland, to coach the offensive line. Dave Borbely, who served as offensive line coach last season, will become Durkin's special assistant. Bowen spent two seasons at Fordham, coaching the offensive line both years and serving as offensive coordinator last season. Under Bowen, the Rams ranked fourth in the Football Championship Subdivision in total offense (498.2 yards per game) and scoring offense (40.1 points per game) this past season. Bowen played three seasons at tight end at Maryland before injuries ended his playing career. He was a student assistant coach in Friedgen's last season in 2010 and as a graduate assistant for two seasons under Randy Edsall. He also coached tight ends at Towson in 2013, when the Tigers advanced to the FCS national title game, and was a graduate assistant at Penn State in 2014.

--Don Markus

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