High School Sports Archive: January / February 2010
Mount St. Joe's Atkins Named BCL Player Of The Year
The 39th Baltimore Catholic League tournament tips off Feb. 27, and for the second year in a row Mount St. Joseph senior Eric Atkins heads in as the league's Player of the Year.
Write In St. Frances For Another 'A'
St. Frances won its second straight A Conference championship with a 64-56 victory over Mount St. Joseph.
Ravens Announce Scholarship Program
The Baltimore Ravens are currently offering college scholarships to high school seniors for the Fall of 2010.
Panthers Take Back-to-Back Titles
Both celebration and disappointment rocked the RAC Arena at UMBC Feb. 20 as the No. 2 St. Frances Panthers knocked off the top-ranked Mount St. Joseph Gaels to repeat as MIAA boy’s basketball A conference champions.
Selby On Value Menu Of All-Stars
When Lake Clifton's Josh Selby plays in the McDonald's All-American High School Basketball Game March 31 in Columbus, Ohio, he will continue a Baltimore tradition that began 32 years ago when the game was first played at the Capital Centre in Landover.
Clevenger Relishes Chance With Cubs
Steve Clevenger he loves to play the game of baseball and has for about as long as he's been able to swing a bat.
Ex-Oriole Sheets Named Gilman Coach
Former Oriole Larry Sheets is the new baseball coach at Gilman, and to help usher in his inaugural season, he is hosting a baseball clinic at the school.
Adenhart Family Struggles To Overcome Loss
As the one-year anniversary of Nick Adenhart's tragic death approaches, Nick's mom Janet Gigeous, her husband Duane and anyone else who ever met Adenhart continue to ask a simple question: Why?
Past, Present Collide As City Downs Dunbar
With time running out, Kendrick Anderson, a 6-foot-1 junior, nailed a rushed 3-pointer at the buzzer from the right wing to give City a 63-60 win over Dunbar.
Warren Mack: Light But Lethal
Once again, Guy Pritzker has put together one of the premier public school wrestling teams in the state, and once again it features a lightweight dynamo -- Warren Mack -- hoping to lead Owings Mills to yet another championship.
Brooks' Lofty Position Is Story Of Dedication
Tyrone Brooks will never forget the day he walked into John Schuerholz's office and was offered a full-time job with the Atlanta Braves.
Another Mount Mat Madness Nears
Once again some of the premier high school wrestlers on the East Coast soon will gather at Catonsville Community College for what has become a huge part of the local high school season -- Mount Mat Madness.
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