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March 14, 2010

Dunbar gets it done
Reserve guard Iakeem Alston scores 13 points in the fourth quarter and the Poets boys beat Owings Mills, 64-53, to win the Class 1A state title PG 7

4A boys: Springbrook 74, Old Mill 67 PG 7

3A boys: Milford Mill 60, Thomas Stone 46 PG 7

2A boys: City 56, Gwynn Park 45 PG 7

4A girls: Arundel 53, Gaithersburg 40 PG 6

3A girls: Seneca Valley 62, Western 60 PG 6

2A girls: Fallston 58, Gwynn Park 53 PG 6

1A girls: Joppatowne 63, Smithsburg 46 PG 6

Youth serves Terps
Sophomores Michael Shakespeare and Drew Snider and freshman John Haus - Maryland's second midfield line - each score two goals to lead the No. 6 Terrapins to a 12-8 win over visiting Towson PG 3

No. 8 Duke 8, No. 10 Loyola 5: The Blue Devils put a damper on the opening of the Greyhounds' new lacrosse and soccer facility PG 3

Johns Hopkins women 16, Florida 8: Candace Rossi scores five goals as the Blue Jays rout the Gators, who are in their first Division I season PG 3

Dunbar gets it done
Youth serves Terps

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