Corrections

March 28, 2006

In yesterday's Sports section, an article about George Mason's NCAA basketball victory over the University of Connecticut incorrectly referred to the high school of George Mason's Will Thomas. Thomas attended Mount St. Joseph.

A Sports section article yesterday that analyzed the NCAA Final Four incorrectly stated that Kentucky is the only Southeastern Conference school to win the men's national title in basketball. Arkansas won the championship in 1994.

In Sunday's Sports section, an article about the high school basketball rivalry between Connecticut's Rudy Gay and George Mason's Will Thomas incorrectly named a Mount St. Joseph player who has committed to George Mason. Louis Birdsong has committed to George Mason. Dino Gregory has committed to the University of Maryland.

An item in Laura Vozzella's 2B column Friday gave an incorrect new location for Abe McCauley's catering business. It is on Sherwood Road in Idlewylde.

An article about real estate flipping in Thursday's Sun incorrectly identified the neighborhood where Gwendolyn Moore bought a home. It is in Baltimore's Belair-Edison neighborhood.

The Sun regrets the errors.

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