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Check back here throughout the Baltimore-area high school sports season for game recaps, scores and schedules.

DeMatha used a 9-4 run in the second overtime to topple No. 3 St. Frances, 79-74, in the opening round of the Alhambra Catholic Invitational boys basketball
Senior Armon Harried finished with a game-high 25 points, scoring the winning basket with four seconds left as No. 7 Lake Clifton beat visiting Dunbar, 70-65,
Sunday's Baltimore Catholic League championship game between No. 3 St. Frances (35-5) and St. Maria Goretti (23-6) - originally set for 1 p.m. at Loyola
No. 1 St. Frances girls basketball team was denied a chance to three-peat at the Bishop Walsh Invitational in Cumberland Friday. The four-time Interscholastic
The Havre de Grace boys basketball team won its 19th straight game Thursday night and it was a bit easier than many might have expected.
The Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland's basketball quarterfinals and semifinals have each been pushed back a day, to Wednesday and Friday, respectively.
Roland Park continued its season-long rampage as the top-ranked Reds topped St. Vincent Pallotti, 64-53, on Saturday.
Kennedy McKissic (eight rebounds, five assists) and Toussaint Padgett (seven rebounds) each scored 13 points to lead visiting Glen Burnie to an upset of No. 8
The Baltimore Sun takes Athletes of the Week nominations from Friday night until Sunday at 6 p.m. Please provide name, school, class, sport, position, team results and the athlete's accomplishments for the week, with statistics by game, and other supporting information. Coaches also should provide a number where they can be reached Sunday night. You can email your nominations to athleteoftheweek@baltimoresun.com.
No. 1 Mount Saint Joseph was coming off a loss to No. 7 Boys' Latin in basketball on Wednesday, and the Gaels narrowly avoided a second straight loss to a
With 2.3 seconds left in the game, junior Billy Minor made the game-winning 3-pointer from the corner to lift host Mount Carmel over Gilman, 54-53, in boys basketball Friday night.
Brothers Mark and Charlie Suchy accounted for all 10 points during a 10-0 run over the final 1:51 as Hereford boys basketball won 51-50 over host Owings Mills on Wednesday.
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