Baltimore Blast's Adriano Dos Santos Continues To Lead With Skills, Passion
Since joining the Baltimore Blast in 2009, Adriano Dos Santos has helped the Blast reach eight league finals, winning four, and his passion for the game and life has been long been an asset for the team.
As Wheelchair Lacrosse Grows, Sport Is Thundering Along In Maryland
Mark Flounlacker and Mike Looney founded Freestate Wheelchair Lacrosse in 2013. Now known as the Maryland Thunder, the team competes against wheelchair lacrosse teams from across the nation and scrimmages the Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse team every year.
With The Gerihatricks, You're Never Too Old To Play Hockey
With the Gerihatricks, age is no barrier to playing hockey. Players in their 50s, 60s, 70s and even 80s meet every week at the Gardens Ice House in Laurel, Md. "... All of these guys have a love for the game or we wouldn't be doing this," Steve Galeski said.
Billy Joel Concert First Step Of Orioles' New Entertainment Venture
Billy Joel's July 26 performance in Baltimore -- the first-ever concert at Camden Yards -- is a play to draw more people to downtown Baltimore and a shift away from the Orioles' long-held reluctance to open the field to more than baseball games.
Baltimore Blast Announces Partnership With NBC Sports Washington
The Baltimore Blast announced a partnership with NBC Sports Washington to televise select Blast games on its cable television platforms. "The Blast are pleased to give a larger viewing scope to all of our great fans," said team owner Ed Hale.
New After-School Sports Producing Results In And Out Of Classroom For Henderson-Hopkins
Under the direction of new principal Peter Kannam, the Henderson-Hopkins school in East Baltimore is using after-school sports to help unlock students' potential and improve results.
Former Towson Track Star Megan Kelly Has Olympic Dream -- In Another Sport
Former Towson University track and field star Megan Kelly is now a member of the U.S. women's national bobsled team -- and the transition to a new sport all started with an email she first thought was spam.
Maryland General Assembly Faces Complex Issues In New Sports Gambling Quest
Could the Maryland General Assembly really make a move on sports wagering without a statewide referendum? Bill Ordine looks at how it could work and the potential pitfalls and issues that could slow the process down.
Move To SECU Arena Has 'Really Worked Out' For Baltimore Blast
The Baltimore Blast is in its second season playing at Towson University's SECU Arena after leaving Royal Farms Arena. "It really worked out for us," Blast owner Ed Hale said.
NBA Player Rudy Gay Opening Basketball-Focused Training Gym In Baltimore
San Antonio Spurs forward and Baltimore native Rudy Gay will be opening a new gym focused on basketball training in his hometown as part of a partnership with fitness company PickUp USA.
Baltimore To Host 2021-2023 CIAA Men's And Women's Basketball Tournament
The Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA), the nation's first African American athletic conference, has selected Baltimore as the official site of the 2021-2023 CIAA Men's and Women's Basketball Tournament.
PressBox: 2018 Cover Stories
Take a look back at PressBox's 2018 cover stories, from Ozzie Newsome's last draft as Ravens GM to Trey Mancini's sophomore season and UMBC's historic upset.
What Does The Maryland Stadium Authority's Pimlico Study Mean?
Bill Ordine breaks down some of the findings from the recently released Maryland Stadium Authority study regarding the future of Baltimore's Pimlico Race Course.
Once A Tennis Player At Mervo, Meagan Venable Now A Major League Wrestling Star
Baltimore native Meagan Venable was a tennis player at Mervo during her high school years, but the 26-year-old Venable has since developed into a Major League Wrestling (MLW) star.