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Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association

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  • Ravens' 7-on-7 tournament gives three local teams chance to play on pro field

    Ravens' 7-on-7 tournament gives three local teams chance to play on pro field
    After his group's first-round elimination in Friday evening's championship round of the Ravens' 7-on-7 high school football tournament at M&T Bank Stadium, St. Paul's coach Paul Bernstorf sat cross-legged in a chair at a shaded end of the field. He opened...
  • Recruiting notes: Attackman-midfielder Schimoler commits orally to UMBC

    Recruiting notes: Attackman-midfielder Schimoler commits orally to UMBC
    South River junior attackman-midfielder Gunnar Schimoler has orally committed to UMBC. The son of the late John Schimoler, who played on Syracuse's 1983 national championship team, the 6-foot-1, 175-pound recruit started as a sophomore for the Seahawks,...
  • Broadneck, Spalding debut in state football media poll

    Broadneck, Spalding debut in state football media poll
    Broadneck and Archbishop Spalding moved into the Top 25 in this week’s Maryland High School Football Media State Poll while St. Paul’s loss cost the Crusaders and Archbishop Curley their rankings. Broadneck’s 37-18 win over then-No. 15...
  • Brooks Robinson All-Star Game gives local baseball players chance to live dream

    Brooks Robinson All-Star Game gives local baseball players chance to live dream
    Steve Johnson pitched 2 1/3 innings of relief in the Orioles' come-from-behind 9-6 victory over the Washington Nationals on Wednesday night at Camden Yards, eight years after he stepped onto the field at Oriole Park for the first time as a participant...
  • 2013 All-Metro first team for boys lacrosse

    2013 All-Metro first team for boys lacrosse
    Colin Heacock Boys' Latin, senior, attack Three-year starter and captain had 48 goals, 24 assists Consistent, often spectacular with 101 goals, 56 assists in career Under Armour All-American; committed to Maryland Devin McNamara Loyola,...
  • 2013 All-Metro first team for boys track and field

    2013 All-Metro first team for boys track and field
    Hale Bullen Annapolis, senior Won 1,600 and 3,200 at Class 3A East regional, Anne Arundel meets Finished third in 3,200 in 3A state meet Time (4:17.03) in county event was meet record Michael Francis Digital Harbor, junior Swept the...
  • AACS guard Emmanuel Toney talks about his Texas A&M-Corpus Christi pledge

    AACS guard Emmanuel Toney talks about his Texas A&M-Corpus Christi pledge
    Since his freshman year, Emmanuel Toney has told anyone at Annapolis Area Christian School who would listen that he planned on playing college basketball at a Division I school in Texas. Now that the 6-foot-2, 185-pound combo guard is a Texas A&M-Corpus...
  • Soccer roundup: South River girls beat Broadneck in 4A East Section I shootout

    The confidence that comes from being there before factored in big for the defending Class 4A state champion South River girls soccer team in Friday's playoff game at Broadneck. After 100 quality minutes of soccer ended with the teams tied at 2, the...
  • High school football coaches welcome extra practice time this year

    High school football coaches welcome extra practice time this year
    The first day of practice arrives a little earlier this fall and public school football coaches could not be happier to get started Wednesday instead of waiting until Saturday. "For us, it's vital," said Franklin coach Anthony Burgos, whose team kicks...
  • Despite on-field changes, Archbishop Spalding's Kyle Schmitt won't forget the past

    Despite on-field changes, Archbishop Spalding's Kyle Schmitt won't forget the past
    The purple band on Kyle Schmitt's wrist shows just how much the new Archbishop Spalding football coach respects the Cavaliers' past as he shapes their future. Schmitt, who left a strong Atholton program to take over the rising Cavaliers, has made a...
  • Will St. Frances football team pass test in MIAA A Conference?

    Will St. Frances football team pass test in MIAA A Conference?
    After rolling through an undefeated championship season by an average of 35 points, most football teams would have nothing left to prove. The St. Frances players think they do. "When you talk to everybody else, all they talk about was how we was in...