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May 10, 2006

ANNE ARUNDEL -- Broadneck's high-scoring Ali Flury wants her high school career to end the way it started - with a lacrosse state crown.

BALTIMORE COUNTY -- For motivation, Woodlawn's Dwight Parker keeps watching a videotape of last winter's 3,200-meter race at states, where he blew a big lead.

CARROLL -- With two No. 1-caliber singles tennis players in Debbie Jackson and Brittany Bolster, it's advantage Liberty.

HARFORD -- Bel Air baseball and football player Jeff Klingler uses sports to help him work through his grief after losing both of his parents.

HOWARD -- After participating in track during his junior year to get ready for baseball, Wilde Lake senior Travis Boccher found he has a passion for running.

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