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  • Frank Robinson makes his pitch at President's Cup

    Frank Robinson makes his pitch at President's Cup
    Hall of Famer Frank Robinson threw out the ceremonial first pitch at Saturday's championship game of the second annual President's Cup -- the high school baseball tournament conceived by Baltimore City Council president Jack Young. Robinson met with...
  • Baseball: The poll

    Baseball: The poll
    1. Westminster Coach: Mark Winebrunner Last season: 23-0, ranked No. 1 Postseason: Class 4A state champion Outlook: Coming off conference, region and state titles, the Owls have a new coach. But a strong defense and six starting pitchers, led by...
  • Boys basketball: Players to watch

    Boys basketball: Players to watch
    Aquille Carr Patterson, guard, junior Last year's All-Metro Player of the Year showed as much substance as flash in leading the Clippers to the Class 4A state title game. He averaged 32points — most coming off highlight-reel moves to the basket &#...
  • Ryan Ripken reaches his own milestone

    Ryan Ripken reaches his own milestone
    Scoring 22 points in a win Friday against Archbishop Curley, Gilman senior forward Ryan Ripken surpassed the 1,000-point mark for his four-year career. While the two-year captain has been putting up consistent numbers, he's also bringing plenty of...
  • Boys Athlete of the Week: Taran Carr, Owings Mills, wrestling

    Boys Athlete of the Week: Taran Carr, Owings Mills, wrestling
    The 160-pound senior won all seven of his matches to lead the Eagles to a second-place finish at the two-day Bauerlein Duals this weekend at Manchester Valley. A Class 2A-1A state champion in the 145-pound class last year, the four-year starter has...
  • Roundup: No. 2 Mount St. Joseph holds off Poly, 62-52

    With No. 2 Mount St. Joseph clinging to a one-point halftime lead, visiting Poly was poised for another upset. But the Gaels used 3-pointers to spread the Engineers' defense and win, 62-52, on Friday. On Wednesday, Poly beat No. 8 Edmondson, 87-77. Phil...
  • Tuesday's roundup: Dunbar girls suffer first loss

    Michelle Wright scored 21 points, but Dunbar's girls basketball team suffered its first loss of the season Tuesday at the BBOWS Holly n’ Hoops Tournament at McDonogh. The Poets committed 29 turnovers and fell to Archbishop Carroll (D.C.), 68-40....
  • Roundup: Glenelg Country boys top No. 6 St. Frances, 57-55

    Glenelg Country School made two more 3-pointers and four more free throws than visiting No. 6 St. Frances on Tuesday, and that difference lifted the Dragons boys basketball team over the Panthers, 57-55. St. Frances had lost to No. 3 Dunbar, 49-48, on...
  • Boys Athlete of the Week: Kayel Locke, McDonogh, basketball

    Boys Athlete of the Week: Kayel Locke, McDonogh, basketball
    The senior forward led the Eagles (10-5) to the championship at last week's Benedictine Capital City Classic in Richmond, Va., totaling 64 points and 40 rebounds in three close wins. Locke, an All-Metro second-team selection last year, registered doubIe-...
  • Boys' Latin wins on wrestling tiebreaker

    Boys' Latin wrestled St. Mary's-Ryken to a 42-42 tie and won on criteria H, the most points scored in the first period, at the Capital Duals at St. John's (D.C.) on Saturday. The Lakers (11-4) tied the score at 30 with a pin by Colton Haugh (106). The...
  • Roundup: No. 4 Mount St. Joseph tops Spalding, 64-43

    The No. 4 Mount St. Joseph basketball team fell behind early in Tuesday's game as Archbishop Spalding tried to rebound from a tough loss Sunday to Glenelg Country School, but the Gaels settled down and pulled away for a 64-43 win. The visiting...