High School Sports Archive: January / February 2011
Brady Earns Win No. 700
Annapolis High's John Brady coached his Panthers basketball team to a 64-44 victory over Severna Park Feb. 18 for his 700th career win.
Soccer Community Unites To Support Coach 'Pep'
Three months after former Archbishop Curley player and coach Tom Perrella was diagnosed with cancer, the Baltimore soccer community united to raise money and honor Coach Pep.
Preseason All-State Baseball Team Announced
Led by eight players from the MIAA "A" Conference and three from defending Class 3A champion C.Milton Wright, the Maryland State Association of Baseball Coaches announced its 2011 Pre-Season All-State team.
Belichick In Annapolis For Awards Banquet
Bill Belichick graduated from Annapolis High School in 1971 and was back in the state capital Feb. 17 for the 57th Annapolis Touchdown Club awards banquet.
Keaser Still Grapples To Help Others
Lloyd Weldon "Butch" Keaser is now 60 years old, but he will always be a Baltimore native son who made it big in a variety of ways -- business, education and certainly in wrestling, where he was the first black wrestler to medal in the Olympics.
Delaney Joins Soloman, Coles, Curry
Malcolm Delaney of Towson Catholic is just the fourth player in Virginia Tech basketball history to reach the 2,000 point mark.
Soloman, Broadneck Knocking On Championship Door
Darnell Soloman is on a mission to help Broadneck get back to College Park and a third trip for the Bruins to the state basketball semifinals, much like his uncle did at Annapolis 34 years ago.
Under Armour LAX Games Inch Closer
St. Paul's Rick Brocato will coach the boys' senior South team and Bill Cherry of Manhasset High School on Long Island will coach the North team for the 2011 Senior Under Armour All-American Lacrosse games.
Annapolis Coach Brady Nears 700 Wins
His first win was in December 1977, an 84-60 victory against Bel Air. Now, long-time Annapolis boys' basketball coach John Brady is just four wins shy of 700.
Keough, Spalding Show How Far Girls' Game Has Come
In front of a standing-room-only crowd at Seton Keough, Spalding won its 18th game of the year against just two losses, thanks to another balanced scoring attack that featured just one double-figure scorer.
'Tree' Sprouts Branches In Hoops Elite
Veteran Lake Clifton basketball coach Herman "Tree" Harried spends almost as much time keeping up on his former players as he does coaching his current ones.
'Scoring Machine' Carr Leads Patterson To New Heights
Aquille Carr contributed 34 points, a handful of assists and a half-dozen rebounds as Patterson High School rolled to an 88-56 win against Rocky Mount Prep.
Wrestling Wins Big In Baltimore Tournaments
More than 800 wrestlers from more than 60 teams were spread out in four gyms throughout the Baltimore area in one of the wildest wrestling weekends ever.
Former Andover Football Coach Roy Skiles Passes Away
The Baltimore area lost another long-time teacher and coach this week when Roy Skiles, the former head football coach at Andover High School, lost his eight-month bout with cancer.
Owings Mills' Smith Picks Penn State
Donovan Smith of Owings Mills High announced during Jan. 8's U.S. Army All-American game he will play his college football at Penn State, joining an impressive group of Baltimore-area players who have headed north to play for Joe Paterno.
Brady's Panthers Back On Top
Now in his 34th year at Annapolis High School, coach John Brady's team is once again a serious threat to win the regional championship and make another trip to the state semifinals in College Park.
Owings Mills' Smith To Penn State
Donovan Smith of Owings Mills High in Baltimore County announced during Jan. 8's U.S. Army All-American game he will play his college football at Penn State. He joins an impressive group of Baltimore-area players who have headed north to Penn State to play for Joe Paterno.
Coppin State Hosts Basketball Academy
The 15th Basketball Academy takes place Jan. 20-22 at Coppin State University, and will once again feature some of area's premier boys' and girls' teams, and the academic and cultural programs that have become the event's trademark.
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