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  • Baltimore to pay $200,000 to family of electrocuted girl

    Baltimore to pay $200,000 to family of electrocuted girl
    The city of Baltimore is set to approve a $200,000 settlement with the family of a 14-year-old Randallstown girl who was electrocuted in 2006 while stretching during a church softball game in Druid Hill Park, ending a years-long legal battle.
  • Daily Press all-stars: Boys track team

    FIRST TEAM 100 Majique Key | Woodside | senior: He was the only area runner to break 11 seconds, running 10.95 in the Peninsula District meet. 200 Tehquin Warrick | Phoebus | senior: His 21.95 in the Group AAA state meet was the area's best by more than...

    Jamestown boys earn Region I track title; Eagles' girls place second

    Jamestown coach Howard Townsend did not trust the math. He thought his girls had locked up the Group AA Region I indoor track and field title before the 4x400-meter relay, but he did not know King George's win in the triple jump would edge the Eagles out...

    Bay Rivers track and field: New Kent boys, Tabb girls win titles

    Bay Rivers track and field: New Kent boys, Tabb girls win titles
    Tabb's girls and New Kent's boys each posted solid victories in the Bay Rivers District track and field championships Thursday at Bailey Field. The Tigers took a 12-point victory over second-place Jamestown, 125-113. Grafton was third with 93. In the...

    Region I track and field: New Kent boys romp; Tabb girls also first

    Two Bay Rivers District teams flexed their muscles and showed their depth as they won titles at the Region I track and field championships Thursday. Tabb took the girls' crown, and New Kent won the boys' title. About 400 athletes representing 24 schools...