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Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association

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  • Snow wipes out Tuesday's high school sports schedule, including state track meet

    Snow wipes out Tuesday's high school sports schedule, including state track meet
    The overnight snow closed schools in every public school system in the Baltimore metro area and almost all private and parochial schools, wiping out Tuesday's high school sports schedule and postponing the start of the spring season for IAAM and MIAA...
  • Ex-Oriole Bruce Chen agrees to minor league deal with Indians

    Ex-Oriole Bruce Chen agrees to minor league deal with Indians
    Bruce Chen is getting a chance to pitch for an 11th team in the majors. The well-traveled left-hander, who won a career-high 13 games with the Orioles in 2005, has agreed to a minor league contract with the Cleveland Indians, a person familiar with the...
  • Roundup: City boys hold on to knock off Red Storm

    Roundup: City boys hold on to knock off Red Storm
    No. 14 City played the role of spoiler Friday night in boys basketball. No. 6 Edmondson fell behind early and a second-half rally fell short as the host Knights won, 71-68. The loss eliminated the Red Storm (14-6, 8-4) from the Baltimore City Division...
  • Behind Cole Buese, Loyola again wins MIAA swimming title

    Behind Cole Buese, Loyola again wins MIAA swimming title
    Midway through the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference championship Saturday night at McDonogh, Loyola Blakefield was all but assured its dynasty would remain firmly intact. After sweeping the 500-yard individual freestyle...
  • Franklin football to open next season at McDonogh

    Franklin football to open next season at McDonogh
    When Franklin football coach Anthony Burgos scheduled the Indians' 2015 season opener he didn't have far to look for the perfect opponent, McDonogh. The Indians will kick off the season Sept. 4 at 7 p.m. at McDonogh in a clash of last year's No. 1 and...
  • Boys cross country All-Metro first team

    Boys cross country All-Metro first team
    David Eisenhauer Wilde Lake, junior -- Moved to the area last year and became a good distance runner but really stepped up this season -- Took second in the state Class 3A meet, losing to Runner of the Year Nick Fransham of North Harford by eight-...
  • The first team offense

    The first team offense
    Patrick Allen Franklin, offensive lineman, senior * Intimidating 6-foot-5, 285-pound offensive tackle dominated opponents as the Indians won their second straight Class 3A state championship * Helped clear the way for a team rushing attack that...
  • Boys indoor track athletes to watch

    Lawrence Cager Calvert Hall, jumps, senior Last year's Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association high jump indoor champion (6 feet, 2 inches) returns to the Cardinals for his senior season. He also finished sixth in the triple jump as a junior....
  • Wrestlers to watch

    Wrestlers to watch are selected after consulting area coaches. Travis Chidebe Meade, 160 pounds, senior Chidebe, who plays running back for the Mustangs football team, dominated at 160 pounds last season, finishing 38-0 and winning the Class 4A-3A...
  • Douglass-PG takes top spot in media football poll, McDonogh is No. 3

    Douglass-PG takes top spot in media football poll, McDonogh is No. 3
    State Class 2A champion Douglass, of Prince George's County, took over the top spot in the final Maryland High School Football Media State Poll with No. 2 Northwest, No. 3 McDonogh, No. 4 Gilman and No. 5 Franklin rounding out the top teams. In...
  • Football By The Numbers for Week 8

    Football By The Numbers for Week 8
    The wildest week of the football season -- so far, at least -- provided lots of fodder for By The Numbers. You can tell it's getting close to playoff time. Statistics from upsets of The Baltimore Sun's top two teams -- No. 1 McDonogh at the hands of St....