- Football teams from Fallston and Havre de Grace both stayed undefeated Friday night, as week three of the high school football schedule yielded a few surprises in Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference play.
- The team's defense flexed its muscle and the offense made just enough big plays to help Francis Scot Key stay unbeaten against Winters Mill Friday night.
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- After Glenelg sophomore AJ Eyre tied the game on an improbable, acrobatic goal with 17.9 seconds left in regulation, Maisy Clevenger deflected in a shot from fellow junior Sophia Baxter for a 3-2 win over the host No. 15 Gladiators on Friday.
- The No. 6 Blazers got a one-goal, one-assist performance from Patricia Kohler and goals from Viv Parravano and Sarah Goodison to come away with a 3-1 win over the Admirals in Severna Park.
- There's a familiar name and face taking over the girls basketball program at The John Carroll School.Holly Ismail, who guided Patterson Mill’s girls teams to Maryland state championships in 2014, 2015 and 2017, has been named head coach for the 2021-2022 season.
- Patterson Mill senior Isabelle ‘Izzy’ Toni is a captain on the Huskies girls soccer team.Toni is fortunate to be on the field playing after a past history of Anterior Cruciate Ligament injuries.
- The MPSSAA executive committee will vote on the proposal on Sept. 24. On Wednesday, the state football committee — comprised of representatives from nine districts — voted to recommend the proposal be considered.
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- Coach Sasho Cirovski is not shy about describing the impact generations of Baltimore-area players have had on the program he has guided to three NCAA Division I championships since being hired in 1993.
- The Baltimore Ravens and Baltimore Sun are teaming up for the sixth season of Ravens RISE High School Football Showdown games. Five RISE games are being chosen by weekly online votes, each featuring in-conference Friday night matchups from a different part of the Baltimore area.
- Girls soccer teams from North Harford and host Bel Air played for 100 minutes Tuesday night and settled nothing. Both teams scored once to force overtime, yet neither found the net again, ending the game in a 1-1 tie.