High School Sports Archive: July / August 2007
VT Teammates Have New Perspective
As Steven Bumbry and Rob Whitley return to school this year, they try to move past the events of last April.
A Baltimore Giant Is Gone
Dunbar football coach Ben Eaton created a family for himself that extended past the field.
Maryland Lands Mosley
Sean Mosley may be Gary Williams' most significan recruit since Keith Booth.
Local Programs Feed Off Ravens
Maryland's high school football is thriving with the presence of the Ravens.
Student Athlete Spotlight: Jonathan Graham
The son of former Maryland star Ernie Graham, Jonathan Graham is bringing hope to the Calvert Hall basketball program.
Katie Hoff Paces NBAC Swim Parade
After participating in the 2004 Summer Olympics as the youngest member of the U.S. delegation, Katie Hoff is ready for the 2008 Olympics in Beijing.
Alumni Report: Tate Ready To Lead Tigers' Backfield
Marylander Ben Tate prepares to make the most of his sophomore year at Auburn.
HS Then & Now: Youths Visit Hall
Among the crowd in Cooperstown this weekend were Maryland's future sports stars.
Student Athlete Spotlight: Matt Rum
Rising junior Matt Rum is bringing the Loyola Dons success on the court.
HS Then & Now: Ripken Still Inspires
Cal Ripken Jr. hasn’t played a game for the Orioles in six years, yet his influence is still felt on high school and college baseball fields throughout Baltimore and around the country.
Student Athlete Spotlight: Stuart Clarke
New Town's Stuart Clarke has starred this summer in the highly-competitive high school summer league at High Point High School.
HS Then & Now: Taking A Break Won't Be Easy For Plater
For the last 27 years, 74-year-old Mike Plater has tried to do something about the city's drug problems -- professionally as a drug counselor and socially as the volunteer leader of the Cloverdale playground.
HS Then & Now: Cutler Point Being Heard Loud And Clear
When Jodi Cutler was playing three sports at Pikesville High School in the late '80s, the last thing she thought she would be doing nearly 20 years later was promoting a book and living in Italy.
HS Then & Now: Title IX Lands Seaman On Tightrope
The 35th anniversary of Title IX has come and gone, and nothing has changed high school or college sports more.
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