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  • Defensive coordinator Jim Haslett and Redskins part; GM is vague about plans

    On the heels of the fourth losing season under his watch, Washington Redskins president and general manager Bruce Allen vowed Wednesday to make whatever changes are needed to restore the team's winning tradition. But in a news conference riddled with...
  • McCarthy breaks wrist in fall at Laurel Park

    McCarthy breaks wrist in fall at Laurel Park
    Leading rider Trevor McCarthy was unseated when his mount swerved to miss a fallen horse as both were galloping out after the second race Saturday at Laurel Park. His agent, Scott Silver, who took McCarthy to the hospital, said the rider had suffered a...
  • Juvenile races at Laurel draw large fields

    Juvenile races at Laurel draw large fields
    Big fields are entered in stakes for 2-year olds Friday and Saturday at Laurel Park: the Maryland Juvenile Filly Championship and the Maryland Juvenile Futurity. Thirteen fillies go in Friday's race and 12 colts and geldings are listed in Saturday's...
  • Spotted Heart wins $125,000 Maryland Juvenile Filly Championship at Laurel Park

    Spotted Heart wins $125,000 Maryland Juvenile Filly Championship at Laurel Park
    Spotted Heart overcame traffic and charged home to her first stakes victory in the $125,000 Maryland Juvenile Filly Championship at Laurel Park. Ridden by jockey Sheldon Russell and trained by Mark Shuman, the daughter of Lion Hearted broke alertly, moved...
  • Quick-starting Blast blows by Lancers, 19-8, for eighth straight win

    Quick-starting Blast blows by Lancers, 19-8, for eighth straight win
    With a 19-8 victory Saturday over the host Rochester Lancers, the Blast extended its winning streak in Major Arena Soccer League play to eight games. The game got off to a slow start, with both teams applying defensive pressure. The Blast (8-0) took an...
  • Horse named after Terrell Suggs wins at Laurel Park

    Horse named after Terrell Suggs wins at Laurel Park
    A gelding named T-Sizzle won the fourth race at Laurel Park this afternoon, continuing a wonderful recent trend of winning racehorses named after Baltimore sports heroes. A 4/5 favorite trained by Michael J. Trombetta, jockey Julian Pimentel rode T-...
  • Blast beats Wave again, this time with rally

    Blast beats Wave again, this time with rally
    Indoor soccer The Blast earned a weekend sweep of the Wave, beating Milwaukee, 14-10, on Saturday night at Royal Farms Arena after winning, 13-8, on Friday. This time, the Blast used a different script. On Friday, the Blast held on after leading 11-0 at...
  • Boyce to return for last ride on Eighttofasttocatch

    Boyce to return for last ride on Eighttofasttocatch
    Laurel Park Boyce to return for last ride on Eighttofasttocatch Eighttofasttocatch was the first horse trainer Tim Keefe bought for longtime owners Arnold and Sylvia Heft. On Saturday afternoon, the 8-year-old will make his final career start in the...
  • Hopkins loses, 1-0, in NCAA women's soccer semifinal

    Hopkins loses, 1-0, in NCAA women's soccer semifinal
    Colleges The Johns Hopkins women's soccer team had plenty of chances, but the goals didn't come, and the Blue Jays fell to the Williams College Ephs, 1-0, in the NCAA Division III semifinal Friday night at Swope Soccer Village in Kansas City, Mo....
  • Eighttofasttocatch ends his career with win in Jennings

    Eighttofasttocatch ends his career with win in Jennings
    Eighttofasttocatch was the easy winner of Saturday's $125,000 Jennings Handicap at Laurel Park, the final start of his storied career. In doing so, Eighttofasttocatch retires a millionaire. Forest Boyce (Garrison Forest) returned from riding at Fair...
  • Zee Bros surprises crowd in De Francis Dash

    Zee Bros surprises crowd in De Francis Dash
    Zee Bros, dismissed at odds of 29-1, proved to be the swiftest of all in the $350,000 Frank J. De Francis Memorial Dash, the marquee race in Saturday's Fall Festival of Racing at Laurel Park, which featured six stakes. D. Wayne Lukas trains the 4-year-...