High School Sports Archive: May / June 2008
Local Youths Love It When Stars Return
Rudy Gay spent part of last week in Baltimore, playing in the Archbishop Spalding alumni game, speaking at summer camps and saying thanks to those who helped him realize his dream of playing professional basketball.
Former Terp Star Signs on at Spalding
The newest addition to the Baltimore Catholic League coaching fraternity is one of the most underrated but finest players in Maryland basketball history -- Derrick Lewis.
Brooks Still Inspires Awe in Prep Stars
The Brooks Robinson All-Star Game, formerly the Crown All-Star game, will be played for the 27th time Sunday at Oriole Park following the Orioles-Pirates game.
Search Is On For Girls Who Want To Run
The new Community College of Baltimore County women’s cross country and track teams will begin their inaugural season this September.
Title Weekend Kept Seamans on the Move
Towson men's lacrosse coach Tony Seaman usually spends Memorial Day weekend at the men’s Final Four. But this year, Seaman was not a coach but a father, watching his daughter Barb's Penn team play Duke in the first semifinal game.
Schedule Set For Choosing Of Prep Stars
Saturday morning, 80 of the state's best high school baseball players will gather at Thomas Stone High School for a pair of regional all-star games that will determine the participants on this year's Brooks Robinson and Team Maryland All-Star teams.
Super 22 Fete Has Tripled Its Honorees
The Super 22 all-star team is now the Super 66, 30 rising senior offensive players and 36 defensive standouts who are heading into their final season of high school football.
Geppi-Aikens Left Legacy That Endures
It's been five years since Loyola College women's lacrosse coach Diane Geppi-Aikens lost her battle with cancer. And one of her players, Kristi Korrow has continued the legacy at Dulaney.
NBAC Plans A Big Splash With Honors
The North Baltimore Aquatic Club, which has placed 15 swimmers in the trials (16, if you count Michael Phelps) -- will be the subject of a barrage of national and international attention the next few weeks.
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