In The Paper: May 2011

Posted on May 16, 2011

On The Cover
A Friendship Forged  

Featured Columnists 
One Fan's Opinion, by Stan "The Fan" Charles 
On The Other Hand, by Phil Jackman  
Under Further Review, by Jim Henneman   

Orioles Insider   
Consistency Is Elusive For Powerful Reynolds 
Wieters Delivers When It Counts 

Ravens Report
AFC North Draft Review 
Focused Only On Draft, Ravens Feel Successful
After Illustrious Career, Top Trainer Tessendorf Is Rolling Up His Tape     

College Sports 
Youth Has Its Say In Jays' 12-2 Regular Season Run 
Stevenson Lacrosse Comes Long Way In Short Time 
Salisbury And Stevenson Build Top-Notch Rivalry     

High School Then & Now
Former Prep Standouts Support Brigance 5K 
What Makes Real Heroes? It's Effort, Mitch Tullai Says   

In Every Issue   
Community Beat 
Fan Guide  
Media Guide: Bruce Posner's Terp Show Expanding            

Front Row:
Gary Is Gone: No More Preaching To The Choir  
State Establishes Program To Help Gambling Addicts 
Stevenson Stadium Will Debut In Fall 
Lange Quits Navy Post To Return To Villanova 
O'Brien Takes Charge In Terps' Spring Game 
Lacrosse Makes Majors With Coaching Carousel 
From The Cheap Seats 

Plus 
Preakness Trivia Quiz 
The 15: Triple Crown Winners ... And Heartbreak 
PressBox Q&A: Tom Chuckas, President and COO, Maryland Jockey Club 
Champ Bayhawks Know King's Seat Is Perilous    
Golfing Green: Healthy Joints Help Lower Scores
Charm City Heroes Showcases Baltimore's Best  
Shogun Fights IV: Locals Shine Again  

Issue 161: May 2011

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Baltimore Top Stories

RIGHT TIME FOR TERPS

Thanks to Melo Trimble and Dez Wells, the Terps are hitting their stride as the postseason nears.

Jimenez Struggles

Ubaldo Jimenez surrendered six runs, two walks and two hit batters in 1.1 innings March 3.

Q&A: CAA COMMISSIONER

Tom Yeager discusses the possibility of extending CAA tournament deal with Baltimore.

LOYOLA VS. DUKE PREVIEW

Loyola's Charley Toomey will look for his first win in Durham as Greyhounds face Duke March 7.

ARE TERPS THIS GOOD?

Rick Snider says it's not madness to think the Terps are an Elite Eight team.

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