McDonogh senior midfielder George Campbell, who led the No. 1 Eagles to the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference championship and an unbeaten 21-0-1 season, has been named the NSCAA'S National Player of the Year.
The Metro passing game, plus the accurate leg of River Hill kicker Alex Potocko, led the Metro team to a 15-7 win over the Baltimore group. The victory extends the Metro squad's series lead to 10-8, after losing the first three matchups from 1996 to 1998.
Stephanie Jones scored 30 points and the top-ranked Eagles flexed their muscle as the two-time defending Class 3A state champions with a 61-40 victory over No. 15 Patterson Mill in the Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference opener Thursday night.
A man approached by a store security guard because he was allegedly shoplifting in the Corridor Marketplace Weis store took the security guard's handgun and fired shots in the store before fleeing Sunday night with the gun, Anne Arundel County police reported.
Several inches of snow fell across the Baltimore area, with as much as 5-7 inches in some spots, and ice was still ahead as a winter storm that has traveled across the country packed more of a punch in Maryland than forecasters expected.
Several inches of snow had fallen across much of the Baltimore area by midday Sunday, with as much as 5-7 inches in some spots, with ice still ahead as a winter storm that has traveled across the country packed more of a punch in Maryland than forecasters expected.
By By Scott Dance and Michael Dresser and The Baltimore Sun
The dream season for Douglass' football team did not come to a perfect end Saturday afternoon as Fort Hill spoiled the No. 14 Ducks' bid for a perfect record with a 25-0 victory in the Class 1A state football championship at M&T Bank Stadium.
No one's sure how many weekend riders the MARC train will carry to and from Baltimore on its new expanded Saturday and Sunday service, but Charm City marketing experts and transportation officials expect to collect on the state's $46 million venture in more places than just the fare box.
The number of people murdered in Baltimore this year rose to 218 Thursday, marking the second straight year Baltimore's annual murder count has increased after two years of reductions — a worrisome trend for public officials, advocates and residents.