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  • Old Mill High grad Furman drafted by Broncos; Arundel grad RJ Harris signs with Saints

    Old Mill High grad Furman drafted by Broncos; Arundel grad RJ Harris signs with Saints
       Anne Arundel County products Josh Furman and R.J. Harris were in the same boat as the 2015 NFL Draft drew to a close.    It was late on Saturday night and 249 players had been selected. Now came the compensatory picks, a sure sign the draft is...
  • College basketball rosters turning over at warp speed

     College basketball rosters turning over at warp speed
    No sport challenges fans more at season's end than college basketball. Coaching changes and player transfers. Late signees and reclassifications. Academic casualties and NBA declarations. Good luck processing it all, witness the four weeks since Duke...
  • Chesapeake Science Point teen doubling up on degrees

    Chesapeake Science Point teen doubling up on degrees
    Clarissa Sorrells was 15 when she walked into her first Anne Arundel Community College classroom. A year and a half later, she has an associate degree in transfer studies with a focus in mathematics. Soon she'll have another degree – from high...
  • Tuesday's multi-sport college and local roundup: VCU to cover stipends for athletes; W&M, U.Va., Hokies, VCU learn NCAA tennis destinations

    COLLEGES: Stipends: VCU announced its intention to provide cost-of-attendance stipends for scholarship student-athletes across its sports programs as part of the NCAA legislation and governance structure that was passed in January. Women's tennis:...
  • Statement from Lutron on the passing of founder Joel Spira

    Statement from Lutron on the passing of founder Joel Spira
    In Memoriam: Lutron Chairman and Founder Joel Spira  The Lutron family is deeply saddened to announce that Joel Spira, the company’s Chairman, Founder, and Director of Research, died this morning, Wednesday, April 8, 2015.  Starting from a...
  • Virgen: Lott Trophy Watch List players announced

    David Baker, the president of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, couldn't help but laugh Friday at the Pacific Club in Newport Beach, where he told the story about giving Ray Guy some good news. Everyone in attendance for the Ronnie Lott IMPACT (Integrity,...
  • Diamond Stone signs agreement to join Terps

    Diamond Stone signs agreement to join Terps
    Maryland men’s basketball coach Mark Turgeon and assistant coach Bino Ranson had just left Diamond Stone’s house in Milwaukee one Friday night last month when the five-star prospect ranked as the second-best high school big man in the...
  • A closer look at the factors in Damion Lee's transfer decision

    On Sunday, Drexel transfer Damion Lee (Calvert Hall) announced that he had cut his list of schools that he is still considering to five: Arizona, Gonzaga, Louisville, Marquette and Maryland. Lee said there will be a number of factors to consider. Here...
  • Damion Lee narrows transfer choices to five schools, including Maryland

    Drexel senior Damion Lee, seeking to transfer and play one year as a graduate student, cut his list of potential landing spots to five schools Sunday, and Maryland remains in play. Lee (Calvert Hall) tweeted his choices alphabetically: Arizona, Gonzaga,...
  • Almost all great Gators moments lead back to Ray Graves

    Almost all great Gators moments lead back to Ray Graves
    When Florida went looking for a football coach in 1959, there were no clandestine flights in private jets. No top-secret meeting to escape the media. University president J. Wayne Reitz made some calls and set up a lunch with Georgia Tech assistant...
  • Va. student earns admission to all eight Ivy League schools (and a few more, too)

    Even at the Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, a top-ranked magnet school in Alexandria, Va., senior Pooja Chandrashekar stands out among her brainiac peers. She's got a 4.57 grade-point average, scored a 2390 (out of 2400) on...