Digest: Maryland's Trimble, Carter Jr. named to NABC All-District team
From Sun staff and news services|
Mar 26, 2016 | 12:32 AM
Maryland sophomore guard Melo Trimble was named to the National Association of Basketball Coaches All-District 7 first-team. Terps junior forward Robert Carter Jr. was named to the second team. … Saint Joseph's senior forward Isaiah Miles (Milford Mill) was named to the NABC All-District 4 first team. St. Bonaventure freshman guard Jaylen Adams (Mount Saint Joseph) was named to the second team. … UMES senior forward Dominique Elliott was named to the NABC All-District 15 first team. Hawks senior guard and Baltimore native Devin Martin was named to the second team. … Towson redshirt junior forward Arnaud William Adala Moto was named to the NABC All-District 10 second team. … Fairleigh Dickinson sophomore swingman Earl Potts Jr. (Archbishop Spalding) was named to the NABC All-District 18 second team.
Poly graduate Marcel Thompson committed to Grambling State on Thursday. The 6-foot-4, 195-pound guard, who plans to major in communications, will join another Baltimore-area native, Chase Cormier, a senior guard from Milford Mill, on the roster next year. "I put a lot of stress off now that I have a school to go to. I feel good about it," said Thompson, who also considered Delaware State. "After I went on the visit, I was convinced." After graduating from Poly last year, Thompson played for Coastal Academy in Belmar, N.J., and the Cecil Kirk Amateur Athletic Union program.
College baseball:Nick Cieri went 3-for-4, but visiting Maryland fell, 8-1, to Iowa (8-11). The Terps (10-11) scored in the first inning on an RBI single from Cieri.
Men's college lacrosse: Nathan Blondino scored four goals and Brendan Bromwell added three to lead host Salisbury (10-0) to a 14-6 win over Roanoke (7-3).
Women's college lacrosse:Mallory Weisse made nine saves in the second half and Selena Lasota scored three goals to lead No. 7 Northwestern (4-4) to an 11-6 win over Colorado (6-2) on Friday. … Molly Wood scored four goals and No. 17 Ohio State earned a 10-5 victory over Binghamton in Yorktown, N.Y. … Caitlin Katchmar (Hereford) scored three goals to fuel No. 20 St. Mary's (9-1, 1-1 Capital Athletic Conference) to a 15-2 rout of visiting Southern Virginia (6-5, 0-3).
Women's college bowling: UMES finished 4-1 on the opening day of the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference championships in Chesapeake, Va., and earned the second overall seed in the eight team field. The Hawks will face seventh-seeded Morgan State today at 9 a.m. in the double-elimination bracket's first round.
Horse racing: Jockey Trevor McCarthy won the first three races and Jevian Toledo won the first turf race of the season at Laurel Park. McCarthy rode the early double with Memento d'Oro ($6.60) in the first and Pom Pom Pistol ($4.80) in the second and came back to win the third aboard J La Tache ($3). Toledo won aboard Jose Gallegos-Hernandez's 6-year-old mare Emelina ($5.80) in the seventh race. He also won aboard Uncle Teddy ($6.60) in the fifth. Today's 10-race program will feature a Pick 5 carryover of $4,101.87. The Super Hi 5 Carryover in the first race will be $2,400.77. First race post is 1:10 p.m.
Tennis: The Washington Kastles selected Bob and Mike Bryan, Mardy Fish, Martina Hingis, Leander Paes, Sam Querrey, Anastasia Rodionova and Madison Brengle at the World TeamTennis draft. After completing a trade with the Orange County Breakers for the fifth pick in the Marquee Player portion of the draft, the Kastles selected the Bryans, who will make their debut in Washington on Aug. 1, one day before they join the U.S. Olympic team for the trip to Rio.
Former Ravens linebacker Courtney Upshaw, who didn't miss a game in his four seasons with the team, agreed to a deal with the Atlanta Falcons on Friday, a day after he visited the NFC South team. Terms were not immediately known. Upshaw joins quarterback Matt Schaub (Falcons), wide receiver Chris Givens (Philadelphia Eagles), offensive lineman Kelechi Osemele (Oakland Raiders), middle linebacker Daryl Smith (Tampa Bay Buccaneers) and safety Brynden Trawick (Raiders) as 2015 Ravens who have signed elsewhere in free agency this offseason. A second-round pick in 2012 out of Alabama after the Ravens traded back into the second round, Upshaw had 183 tackles, five sacks, three forced fumbles and five fumble recoveries in his Ravens career. Upshaw started nine games as a rookie on the 2012 Super Bowl-winning team.