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  • Terps Trio: New field at Byrd Stadium, Jake Layman with Team USA & football recruiting bonanza

    Terps Trio: New field at Byrd Stadium, Jake Layman with Team USA & football recruiting bonanza
    Baltimore Sun reporters Jeff Barker and Don Markus and editor Matt Bracken weigh in on the three biggest topics of the past week in Maryland sports. Maryland unveiled renderings of its new FieldTurf surface at Byrd Stadium that will be traditional...
  • Weekly Maryland recruiting roundup

    Weekly Maryland recruiting roundup
    While Maryland continues to focus its search for a 2013 point guard on Andrew Harrison and Rysheed Jordan, other players are popping up on the radar.  Jaylon Tate, a three-star prospect and Rivals.com's No. 112 player in the 2013 class, told CBSSports....
  • Richy Anderson, son of former Jets and Cowboys fullback, discusses his commitment to Maryland

    Richy Anderson, son of former Jets and Cowboys fullback, discusses his commitment to Maryland
    Even though he grew up an hour away from College Park, Richy Anderson wasn’t always destined to play football at Maryland. Anderson, the son of former New York Jets and Dallas Cowboys fullback Richie Anderson, considered offers from Boston College,...
  • Orioles agree to terms with three more top-7 draft picks

    Orioles agree to terms with three more top-7 draft picks
    The Orioles have agreed in principle with three of their top seven draft picks, including second-rounder Branden Kline, a right-hander who just finished his junior year at Virginia after graduating from Thomas Johnson High School in Frederick. The club...
  • Interfaith rock group comes together in Frederick County

    When Jamie Krantz was invited to join a band made up of musicians of different faiths, she was tempted to say no. She worried she wouldn't have anything in common with the other players. But she agreed to join the group as a vocalist, and she's glad she...
  • Martha E. "Mossie" Marshall, registered nurse

    Martha E. "Mossie" Marshall, registered nurse
    Martha E. "Mossie" Marshall, a registered nurse who in her youth had been an outstanding athlete, died Monday at Stella Maris Hospice in Timonium of complications from injuries suffered in a fall. The longtime Roland Park and Garrison resident was 84....
  • Varsity roundup: Northeast tops Century in baseball

    Joe Rivera pitched a three-hitter with eight strikeouts and the No. 7 Northeast baseball team beat visiting Century, 4-1, in the title game of the Harry Lentz Memorial Tournament on Saturday. Rivera and Eric Grantland each collected RBIs, and the...
  • MSABC selects its preseason all-state baseball team

    MSABC selects its preseason all-state baseball team
    The Maryland State Association of Baseball Coaches (MSABC) has named its preseason all-state baseball team. A banquet honoring the pre-season All-State team as well as the coaches of the year will be held Febr. 18 at Camden Yards.  For more information...
  • City proposes one school closure, scaling back grade levels at three others

    Baltimore school officials will begin meeting with four school communities Wednesday, after the district made recommendations that will displace dozens of staff and hundreds of students at one failing high school in Cherry Hill and three elementary/middle...
  • Hereford girls capture school's first indoor track state title

    The Hereford girls have won six straight Baltimore County indoor track and field championships and regional titles three of the past four winters. But the Bulls had never captured a state title. The No. 3 Bulls ended that drought Tuesday night when...
  • Book drive to fill shelves in renovated school libraries

    Book drive to fill shelves in renovated school libraries
    Two well-versed third-graders at Southwest Baltimore Charter School helped launch a book drive that will fill the shelves of their school library and three others in the city. Key'Aree Simms and Elega Lamason rehearsed with a guest dressed as the Cat...