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  • 2008 All-Metro Boys Indoor Track teams

    Performer of the Year Justin Murdock Meade The senior came to Meade this school year after a stellar junior season at Glen Burnie and picked up right where he left off. Murdock helped No. 2 Meade win the Class 3A state championship. He came in second...
  • Runners to watch

    BOYS GRAHAM BAZELL, Atholton The junior distance runner had an outstanding season last winter and spring and ran even better in cross country this fall before slipping to third in the Class 2A state finals. ANGELO DIGGS, Digital Harbor A good middle...
  • Keeping up with ... Young's Amanda Thompson

    Keeping up with ...  Young's Amanda Thompson
    It's no accident that the Oklahoma women's basketball team has been on a roll as of late. The recent surge coincides with sophomore forward and former Whitney Young star Amanda Thompson stringing together her best stretch of basketball since arriving...
  • Boys track and field all-stars

    Athlete of the Year | Cornell Jones | Senior | Smithfield The improvement over a two-week span was absolutely amazing. At the Bay Rivers District outdoor track and field meet, the Smithfield High senior won the triple jump by leaping of 42 feet, 71/2...
  • Tornadoes come up short twice in league

    BURBANK — For the moment, the Hoover High and Burroughs track and field programs find themselves at opposite ends of the spectrum. Through the first month of the season, the Tornadoes have lacked depth, while the Indians have plenty to offer...
  • Body of work separates Glenelg's Creese from the pack

    For all that he's accomplished — the record times, the double-digit state titles — it's easy to forget sometimes that Glenelg's Robby Creese is still human. He gets sick, battles injuries and tires just like everyone else. Yet, as he...