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All-BCL 50th anniversary, past 25 years

Mount Saint Joseph's Jalen Smith dunks against Calvert Hall during a basketball game in Baltimore on Jan. 15, 2016.
(Matt Hazlett / Baltimore Sun Media Group)
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The players that make up the All-Baltimore Catholic League in the past 25 years (1995-96 to current)
(Gerry Jackson)
Jalen Smith
Mount Saint Joseph's Jalen Smith dunks against Calvert Hall during a basketball game in Baltimore on Jan. 15, 2016.
Mount Saint Joseph's Jalen Smith dunks against Calvert Hall during a basketball game in Baltimore on Jan. 15, 2016. (Matt Hazlett / Baltimore Sun Media Group)
Carmelo Anthony
Towson Catholic's Carmelo Anthony puts up a layup as the Owls defeated Calvert Hall, 66-50, at the Baltimore Catholic League tournament at Goucher College.
Towson Catholic's Carmelo Anthony puts up a layup as the Owls defeated Calvert Hall, 66-50, at the Baltimore Catholic League tournament at Goucher College. (Baltimore Sun photo by Kenneth K. Lam)
Rudy Gay
Rudy Gay soars for one of his seven crowd-pleasing dunks as third-ranked Archbishop Spalding drubbed Cardinal Gibbons before more than 2,000 fans at Gilman.
Rudy Gay soars for one of his seven crowd-pleasing dunks as third-ranked Archbishop Spalding drubbed Cardinal Gibbons before more than 2,000 fans at Gilman. (Sun photo by Gene Sweeney Jr.)
Sean Mosely
St. Frances' Sean Mosely pulls down a rebound during the Panthers' 57-48 win over St. Maria Goretti. Mosley scored 21 points in the win, passing St. Frances assistant Mark Karcher as the school's all-time leading scorer. Mosley (2,786 points) moved into third place on the state's all-time scoring list ahead of Karcher and behind former Cardinal Gibbons star Quintin Dailey (2,844) and ex-Goretti guard Rodney Monroe (3,047).
St. Frances' Sean Mosely pulls down a rebound during the Panthers' 57-48 win over St. Maria Goretti. Mosley scored 21 points in the win, passing St. Frances assistant Mark Karcher as the school's all-time leading scorer. Mosley (2,786 points) moved into third place on the state's all-time scoring list ahead of Karcher and behind former Cardinal Gibbons star Quintin Dailey (2,844) and ex-Goretti guard Rodney Monroe (3,047). (Sun photo by Lloyd Fox)
Will Thomas
Mount St. Joe's Will Thomas shows his elation as the tide turns in favor of the Gaels late in the Catholic League Championship game march 4. The Gaels defeated Archbishop Spalding 49-48.
Mount St. Joe's Will Thomas shows his elation as the tide turns in favor of the Gaels late in the Catholic League Championship game march 4. The Gaels defeated Archbishop Spalding 49-48. (Sam Friedman / Patuxent Publishing)
Eric Atkins
Mount St. Joe's #23 Eric Atkins scores on a steal during the second half of the Mount St. Joe vs Loyola Blakefield game Tuesday at Mount St. Joseph high school in Baltimore on Jan. 8, 2008. Mount St. Joe went on to defeat Loyola Blakefield, 50-42.
Mount St. Joe's #23 Eric Atkins scores on a steal during the second half of the Mount St. Joe vs Loyola Blakefield game Tuesday at Mount St. Joseph high school in Baltimore on Jan. 8, 2008. Mount St. Joe went on to defeat Loyola Blakefield, 50-42. (Justin Kase / Patuxent Publishing)
Adrian "Ace" Baldwin
St. Frances Academy guard #1 Adrian "Ace" Baldwin, who was named the game's MVP, shoots over Mt. St. Joseph's #24 Jason Edokpayi, left, and #1 Ausar Crawley, center. The St. Frances Academy Panthers beat the Mt. St. Joseph Gaels, 81 - 65, in the Baltimore Catholic League title game played at Loyola University's Reitz Arena. March 1, 2020
St. Frances Academy guard #1 Adrian "Ace" Baldwin, who was named the game's MVP, shoots over Mt. St. Joseph's #24 Jason Edokpayi, left, and #1 Ausar Crawley, center. The St. Frances Academy Panthers beat the Mt. St. Joseph Gaels, 81 - 65, in the Baltimore Catholic League title game played at Loyola University's Reitz Arena. March 1, 2020 (Amy Davis)
Phil Booth
Tournament MVP from Mount St. Joe's #23 Phil Booth puts up two during first half action on Feb. 25, 2013. Mount St. Joe's took on and beat quite handily Archbishop Spalding for the Catholic League Championship.
Tournament MVP from Mount St. Joe's #23 Phil Booth puts up two during first half action on Feb. 25, 2013. Mount St. Joe's took on and beat quite handily Archbishop Spalding for the Catholic League Championship. (Gene Sweeney Jr. / Baltimore Sun)
Malcolm Delaney
Towson Catholic's Malcolm Delaney, who scored 17 points, drives past Archbishop Spalding's Danny Quinn for a basket.
Towson Catholic's Malcolm Delaney, who scored 17 points, drives past Archbishop Spalding's Danny Quinn for a basket. (Sun photo by Christopher T. Assaf)
Juan Dixon
Former Maryland star Juan Dixon (Calvert Hall) will be one of the players inducted into the Baltimore Catholic League Hall of Fame.
Former Maryland star Juan Dixon (Calvert Hall) will be one of the players inducted into the Baltimore Catholic League Hall of Fame. (Doug Kapustin / The Baltimore Sun)
Derrick Snowden
Archbishop Spalding High School basketball player Derrick Snowden dazzeles memebers of Towson Catholic during their championship game recently.
Archbishop Spalding High School basketball player Derrick Snowden dazzeles memebers of Towson Catholic during their championship game recently. (XX)
Immanuel Quickley
John Carroll's Immanuel Quickley shoots for two points against Boys' Latin in the first half. the Patriots won, 58-50, to claim the MIAA A Conference basketball championship at APGFCU Arena in Bel Air.
John Carroll's Immanuel Quickley shoots for two points against Boys' Latin in the first half. the Patriots won, 58-50, to claim the MIAA A Conference basketball championship at APGFCU Arena in Bel Air. (Kenneth K. Lam / Baltimore Sun)
Mark Karcher
Mark Karcher led St. Frances to three straight BCL tournament championships.
Mark Karcher led St. Frances to three straight BCL tournament championships. (Kenneth K. Lam / Baltimore Sun)
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