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  • St. Frances' Tevon Saddler has high-major hopes

    St. Frances' Tevon Saddler has high-major hopes
    A typical weekday for Tevon Saddler starts at 6:30 a.m. in his Aberdeen home, continues with a train ride to Baltimore, then a bus ride from Penn Station to East Chase St., followed by a day of books and basketball at St. Frances, and finally a train ride...
  • CAA endures uneven November, aims for better December

    The first sign came from the tropics on Nov. 19, a Friday afternoon. Norfolk State, picked to finish fourth in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference and eight games under .500 a year ago, knocked off Colonial Athletic Association favorite Drexel at the...
  • Anthony O'Neill "Tony" Miller, reporter and editor

    Anthony O'Neill "Tony" Miller, reporter and editor
    Anthony O'Neill "Tony" Miller, a retired reporter and foreign correspondent, died Nov. 23 of prostate cancer at his home in Cuernavaca, Mexico. The former Ellicott City resident was 68. Born in Baltimore and raised in Catonsville, Mr. Miller was a...
  • Weekend wrap: Brock Dean comes up big in title game

    Weekend wrap: Brock Dean comes up big in title game
    Maryland linebacker commitment Brock Dean recovered a fumble Friday night to help his Bishop McDevitt squad record a 28-14 win over Lampeter-Strasburg in the Pennsylvania District 3-AAA championship game. “I think this is something we needed....
  • Center Stage names new managing director

    Center Stage names new managing director
    Center Stage officials announced Tuesday that they have hired a new managing director with impressive credentials as a fundraiser — Stephen J. Richard, who planned and managed the recent $125 million campaign to renovate Arena Stage in Washington....
  • Eagles surprise with tie

    Eagles surprise with tie
    COSTA MESA — As the referee blew his whistle to signify the end of the match, smiles broke out on the Estancia High girls' soccer sideline. No wild celebration, mind you, but smiles nonetheless. The fact that the score was tied didn't matter. To...
  • The new college-admission essay: Short as a tweet

    The new college-admission essay: Short as a tweet
    Let's say you are confronting one of the most important decisions of your life. But first, you must answer this: My favorite thing about last Tuesday? And do it in 25 words or less. The query may seem like it's taken from Twitter or an online dating...
  • Roundup: No. 5 Maryland women post record win over Del. State

    NO. 5 MARYLAND @GEORGE MASON Sunday, 2p.m. Tianna and Tierra Hawkins had been teammates for most of their lives. Except for the one summer when they were on separate Amateur Athletic Union teams, the fraternal twins from Clinton played together...
  • Nicole Mitchell's heavy heart is firmly in the game at CNU

    Nicole Mitchell's heavy heart is firmly in the game at CNU
    NEWPORT NEWS — Nicole Mitchell carries her parents' athletic ability in her blood. She also keeps their memories in her heart. Nicole's mother, Claudia, died after a long illness when Nicole was seven. Her father, Charles, died of a heart attack...
  • Terps women roll into break with 78-50 win over George Mason

    The fifth-ranked Maryland women's basketball team has compiled victories with such ease this season that the opponent has seemed all but incidental. Sunday's 78-50 win against George Mason was another case in point, with the Terrapins using the game at...
  • Several high-major schools after guard Daxter Miles

    Several high-major schools after guard Daxter Miles
    The expectation by many local hoops followers was for Daxter Miles to step into Dunbar’s lineup this winter and establish himself as one of Baltimore City’s top public school players. Miles, who played two seasons at Archbishop Curley before...