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  • State women: Fading late, Loyola falls to Army in OT

    Loyola Maryland shooters went cold over the final 2:53 of overtime as host Army outscored them 11-0 and won, 56-45, Saturday. The loss marks the second time this season that the Greyhounds (5-16, 2-8 Patriot League) forced overtime but lost to the Black...
  • State: UMES men fall to Purdue, lose 24th straight on road

    Terone Johnson scored 14 points and had six rebounds as the host Purdue men's basketball team beat UMES, 79-50, Tuesday night. Errick Peck scored nine points for Purdue (9-3), which improved to 8-0 all-time against MEAC opponents. Kyree Jones led...
  • Doug Kern's "Miles for Miracles" campaign has been an inspiration, as well as a rousing success

    Doug Kern doesn't consider himself to be an inspirational person, but obviously, many of his friends and family don't agree. Kern broke his neck while making a tackle as a Parkland football player when he was 16 years old back in 1970. It was a...
  • Monday's storm causes one change in men's lacrosse schedule

    Monday's storm causes one change in men's lacrosse schedule
    The St. Patrick's day storm that brought several inches of snow to Maryland has forced the annual Division III men's lacrosse game between Washington College and host Salisbury to move from Tuesday at 5 p.m. to Wednesday at 4 p.m. at Sea Gull Stadium....
  • Joy Wheeler, conservationist

    Joy Wheeler, conservationist
    Joy Gettel Wheeler, a volunteer who taught children about the environment at the Cylburn Arboretum, died of multiple myeloma March 13 at Gilchrist Hospice Center in Towson. She was 87 and lived in Towson. Born Joy Gettel in Baltimore and raised on Walker...
  • Chestertown Victorian pays tribute to its history

    Chestertown Victorian pays tribute to its history
    Picture a Victorian mansion in move-in condition that could function as a bed-and-breakfast, a home for a growing family, or just a place for anyone hankering for a bygone time. This 19th-century home at 114 Washington Ave. in Chestertown on the western...
  • Roundup: No. 7 Johns Hopkins women's lacrosse tops Old Dominion, 14-5

    Seniors Sammy Cermack, Taylor D'Amore and Sarah Taylor combined for 17 points to lead No. 7 Johns Hopkins to a 14-5 win over host Old Dominion on Wednesday. The Blue Jays outscored the Monarchs 10-1 in the second half to improve to 13-3 on the season...
  • No comprende, senor [Commentary]

    On a recent trip to San Antonio, Texas, I was struck by a realization: Spanish is no longer merely a foreign language; it has officially become a domestic one. Ordering a coffee at Starbucks, having a drink with colleagues at a local restaurant,...
  • Notebook: John Tucker promoted to coach of MLL's Cannons

    Notebook: John Tucker promoted to coach of MLL's Cannons
    The Boston Cannons of Major League Lacrosse announced that assistant coach John Tucker (Johns Hopkins) will take over head coaching duties from Steve Duffy for the remaining eight games of the season. Tucker is a former Chesapeake Bayhawks and Baltimore...
  • Notes: Wabash picks former Shoremen coach Corcoran to lead program

    Notes: Wabash picks former Shoremen coach Corcoran to lead program
    Wabash College in Crawfordsville, Ind., has appointed former Washington College coach Terry Corcoran as its first men's lacrosse coach. Corcoran, who leaves his position as Elizabethtown coach, brings 31 seasons of experience as a head coach to a Little...
  • 150 years ago, Meade planned to fight Lee in Carroll County, not Gettysburg

    If Union Gen. George Gordon Meade had had his way, the battle that changed the course of the Civil War would have taken place on Maryland soil. A fight in a Pennsylvania crossroads town called Gettysburg wasn't in his plans for July 1, 1863. Nor was the...