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Former Dunbar Basketball Player Helps Austin Dillon's Crew Win Daytona 500

Former Dunbar basketball player Derrell Edwards is now a jackman and rear tire carrier for Austin Dillon's No. 3 car team on NASCAR's top circuit, and he helped the crew win the Daytona 500.

Local Athletes To Watch At The 2018 Winter Olympics

Maryland athletes don't dominate the Winter Olympics the same way they do the Summer Games, but there are a few local competitors to root for in Pyeongchang, South Korea.

The 15: 2018 Sports Highlights

Glenn Clark spotlights 15 dates Baltimore sports fans may want to remember for 2018, including Orioles Opening Day, the NCAA men's lacrosse tournament quarterfinals and more.

Former NFL Player Aaron Maybin Brings Awareness To Lack Of Heat In Baltimore City Schools

"It's a daunting task," Baltimore native and former NFL player Aaron Maybin said of the lack of heat and other issues facing Baltimore City public schools. "... But just because it's a daunting task doesn't mean it doesn't still need to get done."

Baltimore Native, Olympic Luge Competitor Summer Britcher Ready For Golden Opportunity

After finishing 15th in luge at the 2014 Olympic Games, Baltimore-born Summer Britcher will look to medal at the Pyeongchang Games. "It would be everything," Britcher said. "It's hard to describe. It's been my dream for so long."

With A Little Help From Ray Lewis And Tom Brady, Under Armour Vows 'To Fight Back'

Under Armour did not shy away from addressing Wall Street's criticism in a video shown to the U.S. Olympic bobsled team at its Locust Point headquarters on Jan. 23.

Dick Cass, Ted Leonsis Shed Light On Future Of Gambling In Sports

Recent public comments by Dick Cass and Ted Leonsis have brought into focus the inevitable future of sports gambling during the next few decades.

Orioles Freeze Prices On Season-Ticket Plans For 2018

The Baltimore Orioles are holding the line on season-ticket plans for 2018, the second straight year without an increase.

Rockville's Haley Skarupa Realizes Dream Of Making U.S. Olympic Women's Ice Hockey Team

Rockville, Md., native Haley Skarupa will represent the United States at the 2018 Winter Olympics as a member of the U.S. Olympic women's ice hockey team. "You kind of dream your whole life for this moment," she said.

Optimism Abounds For Proponents Of Broader Legalized Sports Gambling

The showdown presentations regarding sports wagering in front of the U.S. Supreme Court earlier this month resulted in great optimism among proponents of broader legalized sports gambling.

Ravens' Next Play Is To Fill Empty Seats At M&T Bank Stadium

The empty purple seats at M&T Bank Stadium as the Ravens battled for a playoff spot Dec. 31 capped a major, and uncharted, hurdle the team faced this season: Getting fans to come to games.

Katie Ledecky Named AP Female Athlete Of The Year

After finishing second last year, Maryland native Katie Ledecky was selected as the 2017 Female Athlete of the Year by The Associated Press, beating out tennis player Serena Williams and track star Allyson Felix.

'Means A Whole Lot' For Olympian Thomas Hong To Compete In Korea

For Atholton High School grad Thomas Hong, representing the United States at the 2018 Olympics "means a whole lot," but the 20-year-old is also focused on his education and plans to return to the University of Maryland after the Games.

PressBox: 2017 Cover Stories

Take a look back at PressBox's 12 cover stories of 2017, from the rise of Stevenson athletics to beloved Orioles first base coach Wayne Kirby and the Ravens' 10 years of Joe Flacco and John Harbaugh.

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