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High School Sports

Poly Basketball Programs Mirror Each Other -- In More Ways Than One

With a common focus on academics and winning, the Poly boys' and girls' basketball programs have come to mirror each other in more ways than one under the direction of Sam Brand (boys) and Kendall Peace-Able (girls).

Marcus Chase Named U.S. Army Impact Player Of The Month

Overlea High School sophomore wrestler Marcus Chase, a novice who began the year on the Falcons' junior varsity team before getting called up to the varsity level, was named the U.S. Army Impact Player of the Month.

Enthusiasm For MIAA Ice Hockey Continues To Grow

"There's a strong fan base with the big schools," Archbishop Spalding ice hockey coach Rob Trantin said of the sports popularity in the MIAA. "I think the sport is growing so much that you're going to see the core will stay strong. There's just more kids playing hockey."

Baltimore's Haywood Highsmith Charts Path To NBA Through Division II

Haywood Highsmith, a Baltimore native and Archbishop Curley graduate, made his NBA debut with the Philadelphia 76ers Jan. 8 after honing his craft at Wheeling Jesuit, a Division II school in West Virginia.

Erick Lopez Pereira Named U.S. Army Impact Player Of The Month

Erick Lopez Pereira, a senior at the International High School at Langley Park, was honored as the U.S. Army Impact Player of the Month.

PressBox, Masonic Charities Of Maryland Honor Poly's Mervyn Thomas-Crawford

Baltimore Polytechnic Institute's Mervyn Thomas-Crawford was honored with the PressBox Unsung Hero Award presented by the Masonic Charities of Maryland.

PressBox, Masonic Charities Of Maryland Honor Tuscarora High School's Jordan Addison

Tuscarora High School's Jordan Addison was honored with the PressBox Unsung Hero Award presented by the Masonic Charities of Maryland.

Elijah Solomon Named U.S. Army Impact Player Of The Month

Elijah Solomon, a senior team captain who played on both sides of the ball for a Franklin High School football team that won a state championship this fall, was named the U.S. Army Impact Player of the Month.

2018-19 High School Basketball Preview

Jeff Seidel previews the 2018-19 high school basketball season in the Baltimore area with a look at some of the best teams, players and coaches for boys and girls in public and private schools.

Sydney Robinson Named U.S. Army Impact Player Of The Month

Sydney Robinson, who was a captain this fall on the Frederick High School girls' varsity soccer team and took a leading role in responding to racially-charged incidents last year, was named the U.S. Army Impact Player of the Month for November.

Good Counsel Alum Sam Mustipher Has Found Second Home With Notre Dame Football

Good Counsel alum Sam Mustipher leads the offensive line for Notre Dame football, and the Owings Mills, Md., native says coming home to play for the Ravens would be "awesome."

Teammates Since Childhood, Cousins Antwain And Deonte Banks Star For Edgewood Football

Cousins Antwain and Deonte Banks are looking to lead the Edgewood High School football team to a state title. "It's fun," Antwain Banks said of playing with his cousin. "[We know] where we're going to be at, know what we're going to do."

Calvert Hall's Michael Green Named U.S. Army Impact Player Of The Month

Michael Green, a member of the boys' varsity volleyball team at Calvert Hall College High School, is the U.S. Army Impact Player of the Month.

With New Coach, Severna Park Field Hockey Looks To Move On From Last Year's Trouble

Severna Park, which has long had one of the best field hockey programs in the state, is looking to continue its winning ways under new head coach Shannon Garden -- while moving on from an abrupt end to last season.

2018 High School Football Preview

Jeff Seidel previews the 2018 high school football season by breaking down teams and players to watch as well as a game and coach to watch.

In Light Of St. Frances Conundrum, How Should We View Biff Poggi?

Glenn Clark wonders how to view St. Frances Academy co-head football coach Biff Poggi in light of the situation with St. Frances and the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association.

Micah Kiser: Not Playing St. Frances Will Hurt Players In MIAA

"I was kind of disappointed," Gilman graduate and Rams linebacker Micah Kiser said of the decisions made by MIAA schools to not play St. Frances Academy. "... I think when you play in the MIAA, you want to play the best."

Former Perry Hall Coach George Panageotou Joins Mercy

George Panageotou, who led the Perry Hall boys' basketball team to state titles the past two seasons before stepping down, has joined Mercy's varsity squad as an assistant coach under head coach Mary Ella Marion.

Edgewood Aims To Build On Last Year's Surprising Success

The Edgewood High School football team, led by second-year head coach Charles Johnson and senior quarterback Antwan Banks, is looking to improve upon last year's surprising 8-4 campaign.

Westminster Football Looking To Build On Last Year's Success

Behind senior quarterback Christian Etchison, the Westminster High School football team is looking to improve upon last year's 10-2 campaign this fall.






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