Patterson Mill captured the Class 2A East Region baseball title Friday, beating host Queen Anne's, 7-3. The Huskies scored seven runs over two innings, while limited Queen Anne's to single run in the third inning and two in the sixth.
Reservoir senior pitcher Cody Morris told his team that he will have Tommy John surgery to repair a torn ulnar collateral ligament in his right elbow as the Gators prepared to defend their 3A state baseball championship. Morris said he was told he needed the surgery by Dr. Timothy Kremchek, medical director for the Cincinnati Reds and a special adviser to Morris.
One year after Catonsville¿s Taylor Giles and Zach Delker were looking up at the results of the winners of the shot put and discus, they were at the top at the Baltimore County track and field championship meet held at Pikesville High on May 9.
Tameka Addison spent the past two seasons as an assistant coach with the girls basketball team at Glenelg Country School, so she was aware of possible job openings in the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland conference.
Yale midfielder Michael Keasey's last-minute shot couldn't force Saturday's playoff game against Maryland into overtime, but it has renewed talk about adding instant replay to Division I college lacrosse.
Coming into Monday's 3A East sectional semifinal game at Atholton, Glenelg baseball coach Steve Ballance knew that a blowout was way too much to hope for. With the Gladiators having played in 10 games this season that were decided by two runs or less - four wins and six losses - Ballance just wanted a chance to win in the late innings. "We've been in a lot of these games on both sides, so this is what we were looking for," said Ballance, whose team won, 3-2, after a two-run double by leadoff man Davis Jones in the top of the 7th. "We wanted to be in a tie, up one, down one. We were happy with that and then let the game take its course - we were getting the pitch count up and hitting good at times and it was just a matter of time."
Down by four goals with less than 14 minutes left against No. 5 Roland Park in the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference final, the Eagles scored five straight to get back in the game and won it when Kelsey Cummings found Andie Aldave open on the crease with 5.9 seconds left. The Reds' Cameron McGee tied it with 23 seconds left before Aldave put it away, 15-14.
Baltimore Ravens fourth-round draft pick Za'Darius Smith turned to football over basketball and the team is glad he did. They selected him with the 122nd overall pick last Saturday, believing that the University of Kentucky outside linebacker/defensive end could replace some of Pernell McPhee's production and give them a young pass rusher to groom behind Terrell Suggs and Elvis Dumervil.
IIt took only nine pitches for Dulaney junior pitcher Emma Bevard to get through the first inning of Thursday¿s Class 4A North Region first-round playoff game. It was an indication that Mervo was in for a long afternoon in Timonium.
Two days after the Catonsville boys lacrosse team rallied for an exciting overtime victory, it couldn't come up with a solution to stop Old Mill's best player. Camari Wilkerson controlled the ball, and Old Mill controlled the game, defeating Catonsville, 12-6, Wednesday night in a Class 4A-3A Section II playoff game at Catonsville High School.
Two of the defending girls lacrosse state champions -- Severna Park and Manchester Valley -- earned No. 1 seeds in their sections as the draw for the sectional and regional playoffs was completed yesterday.
Catonsville High School track and field fans attending the Baltimore County championship meet at Pikesville High on Saturday, May 9 might want to focus on the field events. That's because the Comets' girls and boys teams feature two of the top throwers in the state.
Second-seeded James Madison avenged last year's title game loss to Towson by beating the fourth-seeded Tigers on Sunday, 13-6, to win the Colonial Athletic Association tournament championship at Delaware Stadium in Newark, Del.
For the 75th straight year, McCormick will honor football and girls basketball players from high schools in Baltimore City and Baltimore County who don't grab the headlines but make significant contributions to their teams at the McCormick Unsung Hero Awards banquet Monday night at Martin's Valley Mansion in Cockeysville.
In its first season in the Big Ten, regular-season champion Maryland dominated the all-conference women's lacrosse selections with eight players while four others who played high school lacrosse in the Baltimore area also made the team.