The Babe Ruth Birthplace Museum Annual Yard Sale will be Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon — or when the items sell out — in the rear courtyard at 216 Emory St. The mementos, priced at $5 to $500, include exhibit graphics, vintage baseball cards, autographed baseballs and photographs, commemorative footballs, bobblehead dolls of local sports stars, signed posters and numbered lithograph prints of original sports art signed by the artists. The items are not part of the museum's collection, but rather items accumulated by or for the organization as auction items or giveaways, or items donated or bequeathed to the museum, or items that are no longer on display. Parking will be available on the street and in the museum lot in the 600 block of West Pratt Street next to the Camden Pub. All sales support the museum. For more information about museum, go to baberuthmuseum.org.
St. Frances finishes fourth in state poll
St. Frances, the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference champion, finished fourth in the final Maryland High School Football Media State poll released Wednesday. The Panthers (10-2) won the A Conference title for the first time and finished behind No. 1 DeMatha, the 12-0 Washington Catholic Athletic Conference champion; No. 2 Wise, the 14-0 Class 4A state champion; and No. 3 Damascus, the 14-0 Class 3A state champion. Good Counsel (6-5) was No. 5, while Archbishop Spalding (9-2) remained No. 6 with McDonogh (8-3) at No. 7. Franklin, the 11-2 Class 3A state finalist, moved up four spots to No. 10 after falling to Damascus, 14-12, in the title game. Mount Saint Joseph (7-4) moved up three spots to No. 12. No. 15 Annapolis (11-2), No. 16 Howard (11-2) and No. 17 Milford Mill (10-2) all moved up. No. 18 St. Vincent Pallotti (10-2), the MIAA B Conference champion, No. 19 Broadneck (8-4) and No. 21 Mervo (9-3) were not ranked in the last poll, which was released before the playoffs. No. 20 Old Mill (10-1) dropped five spots. Glenelg (10-3), Calvert Hall (7-5), Dunbar (9-4) and Hereford (10-1) also received votes cut did not crack the Top 25.
Maryland Crab Bowl: After three years at McDaniel College in Westminster, the all-star game will move to Bowie State for Sunday's ninth annual edition. Kickoff is at 1:30 p.m. The game was never intended to stay in the Baltimore area, said Tony Kennedy, director of the Crab Bowl. "As the years go by, we try to split it between the Baltimore and the Washington area as much as we can," Kennedy said. "We've had it in the Baltimore region a lot, so it was time to move it back to the D.C. region. We thought we had to do that because … we've never gone more than three years in one area." Team Baltimore, which began the first of three practices Monday night, defeated Team Washington, 31-28, last year for its first win since 2012. Baltimore has never won back-to-back, and Washington leads the series 5-3. Go to baltimoresun.com/varsityletters for Maryland's roster.
Stevenson alum Robinson 2nd pick in supplemental draft
Former Stevenson defenseman Callum Robinson was selected second overall in the Major League Lacrosse supplemental draft Wednesday by the Atlanta Blaze. A native of Australia, Robinson appeared in nine games with the Chesapeake Bayhawks last season, collecting 25 ground balls. The Bayhawks selected Robinson in the third round of last year's supplemental draft. The Florida Launch made former Brown midfielder Will Gural the top pick this year. The Bayhawks drafted former Army West Point attackman Garrett Thul third, the Rochester Rattlers chose former Maryland defenseman Greg Danseglio fourth, the Boston Cannons selected former North Carolina defenseman Evan Connell (Calvert Hall) fifth, the Charlotte Hounds picked former Maryland defenseman Casey Ikeda sixth, and the New York Lizards went with former Villanova defenseman Chris Piccirilli (Archbishop Spalding) seventh.
Pro soccer: Freddy Adu, 27, the one-time American soccer prodigy from Rockville who played for D.C. United at age 14, is not expected to rejoin the Tampa Bay Rowdies, a second-tier North American Soccer League team, in 2017, sources said.
—Steven Goff, The Washington Post
NFL: The Arizona Cardinals signed former Ravens wide receiver Jeremy Ross.
College football: Ken Niumatalolo, who has coached Navy to a 9-4 record and the American Athletic Conference West Division championship, is a finalist for the Bobby Dodd Coach of the Year Trophy, joining Wisconsin's Paul Chryst, Western Michigan's P.J. Fleck, Colorado's Mike MacIntyre and Washington's Chris Petersen.
Men's college soccer: Maryland sophomore forward Gordon Wild was named one of three finalists for the MAC Hermann Trophy, which the National Soccer Coaches Association of America gives to the nation's best player. He's joined by Wake Forest senior midfielder Ian Harkes and Florida Gulf Coast junior forward Albert Ruiz.