River Hill football scores on first six possessions in 42-8 win against Long Reach
River Hill scored on its first six drives and cruised to a 42-8 win over Long Reach in Clarksville on Friday, Oct. 11, 2019.
Howard County football 2019 statistical leaders
Take a look at the Howard County football statistical leaders for the 2019 season.
Retzbach kicks game-winning field goal, Glenelg football beats Howard to retain Elgard Trophy
Senior Chris Retzbach kicked a 26-yard field goal as time expired and Glenelg football beat Howard, 10-7, to retain the Elgard Trophy on Friday, Oct. 4, 2019.
Howard County football notebook: Reservoir QB Brown sets school single-game passing record; Hammond introduces takeaway chain
Reservoir's Malcolm Brown threw for a school-record 414 yards against Oakland Mills; Hammond introduces takeaway chain
Marriotts Ridge football beats River Hill in overtime for first time in school history
Jaylin Moore scored two touchdowns in the final two minutes of regulation and overtime and converted the game-winning two-point conversion in a 15-14 win.
Howard County football notebook: Regular season schedule isn’t what it used to be; Centennial’s Matthews enjoying strong start
Howard County teams are just 1-11 against non-county opponents so far this season, but its impact isn't what it used to be.
Castle scores thrice, Oakland Mills football blanks Mt. Hebron, 42-0
Kai Castle scores three touchdowns in the second quarter and Oakland Mills shuts out visiting Mt. Hebron, 42-0, on Friday, Sept. 20, 2019.
Howard County football notebook: River Hill running wild; Oakland Mills bounces back
River Hill's Anthony Behrmann, Beau Brade, Zach Igwebe and Michael Crisitello have combined for 743 yards rushing through two weeks; Oakland Mills bounces back against Atholton after tough Week 1 loss.
Ribalta, defense carry Long Reach football to 13-0 shutout against Reservoir
Quarterback Jose Ribalta threw for 230 yards and two touchdowns and the Long Reach defense pitched a shutout in a 13-0 win at Reservoir on Friday, Sept. 13.
Howard County football notebook: Russell, Dry filling big shoes at Glenelg; Hammond starts strong
Glenelg's Adrian Russell and Kyle Dry share running back duties in first game with Wande Owens; Hammond football starts Walt Bell era with a bang.
Where to watch Ravens (or your favorite NFL team) play in Baltimore
No matter what team you support, you're probably super nervous.
Male Athlete of the Year: Century's Jalen Stanton feels 'sense of closure' with athletic accomplishments
Jalen Stanton closes the books on his academic and athletic career at Century High School.
Arundel High grad, former Redskins wideout shifting focus as track coach at Wilde Lake
Former Redskins wideout and Arundel High graduate Darnerien McCants reflects on his first season as an assistant track coach at Wilde Lake High in Columbia.
Ravens wait for 'cream' to surface in battle for starting left guard
The Ravens are looking for a starting left guard, and James Hurst, Ben Powers and Jermaine Eluemunor are the most likely bets.
Football: Westminster High School's Evan Warren, 'a top 10' kicker, gaining college interest
Evan Warren, an incoming senior at Westminster High School, is ranked as one of the top football kickers in the nation.
Frederick Peightal Jr., retired Kaiser Aluminum salesman and former physical education teacher, dies
After teaching in Baltimore County schools, Frederick Peightal became a divisional sales manager for Kaiser Aluminum.
Adley Rutschman's signing brings Orioles scout full circle: 'He really made it about connecting with the family'
Decades after his father passed on playing for Adley Rutschman's grandfather, Brandon Verley scouted Rutschman, the Orioles' No. 1 overall draft pick.
Preston: Looking ahead to Ravens' top training camp storylines by position
With the Ravens set to have their first practice July 25, about one month from now, here's what to watch in training camp.
After fighting addiction, WBAL sportscaster Keith Mills retiring as 'a Baltimore treasure'
The veteran sports broadcaster's coping skills have drawn him closer to his public, said colleagues who point out that this is no run-of-the-Mills broadcaster.
Preston's observations: He hasn't played a game yet for the Ravens, but Earl Thomas is already a team leader
When Earl Thomas arrived, he commanded instant respect and there was never any doubt he was a team leader. The Ravens need that type of presence.
Preston: Rebuilding Jets have a Ravens flavor, and GM Eric DeCosta has taken notice
Ravens GM Eric DeCosta said the Jets have added "exceptional football guys" in former Ravens assistants Joe Douglas, Chad Alexander and Phil Savage.
Anthony 'Bubba' Green, former Baltimore Colt turned public safety advocate, dies at 61
Anthony 'Bubba' Green is remembered for his NFL career and his devotion to helping children.
The most interesting Ravens player at every position heading into 2019 training camp
From quarterback Trace McSorley to kicker Kaare Vedvik, a look at the most interesting Ravens in each position group as training camp approaches.
Three-star defensive back Shane Mosley commits to Maryland football, joining brother Jordan
Maryland football coach Michael Locksley received another commitment from three-star DB Shane Mosley.
Preston: Ravens enter new era lacking star power, seeking new faces of the franchise
The Ravens are selling a new era, and it would be a lot easier if they had some star players to promote.
College Sports: Sam Rothstein, Century High School grad, balancing three sports with success at Muhlenberg
Muhlenberg College's Sam Rothstein, a Century High School graduate, saw success in three different sports this past school year.
Lansdowne High's three-sport standout Jerald Hurt is the Arbutus Times Male Athlete of the Year
Lansdowne High's three-sports standout Jerald Hurt is the Arbutus Times Male Athlete of the Year
Maryland football gets first 4-star commit for 2020 in Michigan running back Peny Boone
Michigan running back Peny Boone announced on social media Monday that he has committed to the Terps, becoming the first four-star prospect for the 2020 class.
Joe Hills catches touchdown pass for 100th straight game, Brigade beat Destroyers, 44-39
Brigade wide receiver Joe Hills made Arena Football League history by catching a touchdown reception for the 100th consecutive game in a win over Columbus.
Unheard of: Baltimore Brigade WR Joe Hills on cusp of 100th straight game with a touchdown catch
Eighth-year Brigade wide receiver Joe Hills has a chance to make it 100 straight games with a touchdown catch on Saturday at the Columbus Destroyers.
Five Things We Learned from the Ravens’ OTAs and minicamp
From Lamar Jackson's clear but uneven progress to the secondary's collective swagger, here are five things we learned from the Ravens' OTAs and minicamp.
Preston: Ravens' success rests on offensive line, return of healthy Marshal Yanda
Most of the focus for the Ravens in 2019 will be on second-year quarterback Lamar Jackson, but the offensive line will be just as critical.
A 'bittersweet' homecoming: McDonogh hosts health and wellness clinic on anniversary of Jordan McNair's death
The event was held to help honor Jordan McNair and educate youngsters and their families about the dangers of and treatment for heatstroke.
Ravens QB Lamar Jackson saved his best for last at minicamp. Now comes an important break.
Lamar Jackson's performance Thursday, during the last of three mandatory minicamp practices, was a heartening end to a month of up-and-down play.
River Hill defensive back Beau Brade commits to Maryland football program
River Hill High defensive back Beau Brade announced on Twitter on Thursday that he has committed to Maryland, becoming the ninth player in the 2020 class.
Ravens notes: Defensive coordinator Don Martindale 'disappointed' by Michael Pierce's absence
Ravens defensive tackle Michael Pierce was not at day two of Ravens minicamp, and defensive coordinator Don Martindale is disappointed.
Ravens offensive coordinator Greg Roman grateful for opportunity to build from 'square zero'
Ravens offensive coordinator Greg Roman says he and his staff have always wanted the opportunity now before them, to build an NFL attack from the ground up.
One year after Jordan McNair's death, University of Maryland looks to remember and move forward
One year after Maryland offensive lineman Jordan McNair died from heat stroke, the team and athletic department looks to honor his memory and also move on.
After stellar season, Ravens' talented secondary is a little older — and a little wiser, too
There are younger standouts in the Ravens' secondary, of course, but the veterans are, for the NFL, long in the tooth.
Former Gilman QB Kai Locksley, son of Maryland football coach, arrested on drunken driving charge in Texas
Former Gilman quarterback Kai Locksley was arrested in Texas Saturday on drunken driving and other charges, according to online court records.
Linebacker and Baltimore native Rahshaun 'Shaq' Smith transfers to Maryland
Maryland football coach Michael Locksley announces Clemson linebacker Rahshaun "Shaq" Smith will join the football program.
St. Frances two-sport star Jordan Toles will play football and basketball at LSU
Rated a four-star football player and a three-star prospect in basketball by ESPN, Jordan Toles will play both sports for the LSU Tigers.
Schmuck stops: On exporting NFL preseason games, Le'Veon Bell's female problem and why the Orioles aren't tanking
Peter Schmuck's "News Item" column on a variety of subjects including an NFL preseason game in Canada, Le'Veon Bell's female problem and a Warriors prediction.
Ravens, top pick Marquise Brown agree to rookie contract; Miles Boykin still unsigned
Marquise Brown, one of the nation’s top wide receivers at Oklahoma last season, has yet to practice during the Ravens’ organized team activities.
Locksley: Adam McLean no longer part of Maryland football program
Senior defensive tackle Adam McLean, the most experienced player on Maryland's defensive line, is no long part of the team, coach Mike Locksley said Tuesday.
Ravens notes: LB Patrick Onwuasor knows a 'good defense is a loud defense'
The soft-spoken Onwuasor will not have to talk like Steve Smith Sr. to command the defense from the middle of the field.
Baltimore-area sports news: Maryland lacrosse goalie Megan Taylor a finalist for Honda Award
Maryland goalkeeper Megan Taylor (Glenelg) was named as one of four finalists for the Honda Sport Award on Tuesday.
Mount Saint Joseph's Dont'e Thornton Jr. staying focused as football recruitment ramps up
Dont'e Thorton Jr, a rising junior wide receiver for Mount Saint Joseph, has verbally committed to Penn State but is still keeping his recruitment open.
Lacrosse: Eldersburg resident Bryson Shaw to represent Carroll County in Under Armour event
Eldersburg resident Bryson Shaw, a senior at Bullis School, is set to represent Carroll County in the annual Under Armour All-America Classic, June 29, 2019.
Former Maryland football player David Mackall Jr. identified as victim of fatal shooting in West Baltimore
Baltimore police on Thursday identified former Maryland football player David Mackall Jr. as the victim of a fatal shooting in Walbrook.