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Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association

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  • Retiring Bob Wade lauded for his leadership, ready to 'get a little rest'

    Retiring Bob Wade lauded for his leadership, ready to 'get a little rest'
    Having left an immeasurable mark on high school sports in the area, Bob Wade has retired as Baltimore City Public School System coordinator of athletics.
  • After keying Oakland Mills' turnaround, David Pindell to end high school career in Big 33 Football Classic

    Three years ago, after his freshman year of junior varsity football at Oakland Mills, quarterback David Pindell didn't expect a lot from his high school career. He had never played organized football before and playing quarterback proved much tougher...

    Boys basketball high school season review

    Boys basketball high school season review
    The 2014-15 school year produced memorable moments, special teams and fine performances from both players and coaches in the high school sports beats I cover. This week, I'm going to take a look at each of the three seasons -- boys and girls soccer in...

    Six local student-athletes awarded Minds In Motion Scholarships

    Six local student-athletes awarded Minds In Motion Scholarships
    Six scholar-athletes from the Baltimore area were among 14¬†statewide honored at the Maryland Public Secondary Schools’ Athletic Association’s eighth annual Minds In Motion Scholarship Luncheon Thursday. Dulaney’s Adolfo Carvalho, Perry...

    Annapolis' Slocum, South River's Carter win state titles in track

    Annapolis' Slocum, South River's Carter win state titles in track
    BALTIMORE — Reilly Wagner wasn't going to walk away from the Hughes Stadium track at Morgan State University without an ear-to-ear smile. A three-week stretch of competition in which she was the county's dominant performer was over with a 16-point...