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The Baltimore Sun | March 22, 2013
No. School Record 1. Dunbar 26-2 2. St. Frances 33-6 3. Milford Mill 26-2 4. Mount St. Joseph 31-8 5. Edmondson 22-5 6. Arch. Spalding 22-12 7. John Carroll 26-12 8. City 20-6 9. New Town 23-4 10. Poly 20-7  11. Randallstown 19-6  12. Oakland Mills 24-1  13. Arundel 22-4  14. St. Vincent Pallotti 26-6  15. Reservoir 19-7 Other teams considered: Annapolis (18-8), Ben Franklin-Masonville (21-4), Boys' Latin (22-5)
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By Glenn Graham and The Baltimore Sun | March 22, 2013
Tim Bond, City, junior, guard Omari George, City, junior, guard Justin Jenifer, Milford Mill, sophomore, guard Kamau Stokes, Dunbar, junior, guard Isaiah Tripp, Edmondson, senior, guard Ahmaad Wilson, Randallstown , senior, guard Justin Brown, New Town, senior, forward Ryan Hill, Arundel, senior, forward Lavon Long, Oakland Mills, senior, forward Gavan Scanlan, Dulaney, senior, forward
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By Glenn Graham and The Baltimore Sun | March 22, 2013
Tevon Saddler St. Frances, senior, guard The 6-foot-5, 205-pound versatile guard constantly served as a mismatch for opponents as he led the No. 2 Panthers (33-6) to the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference championship. In his fourth varsity season -- two at Aberdeen before coming to St. Frances -- Saddler averaged 19 points, seven rebounds and three assists as the Panthers finished in first place in the regular season in both the MIAA A Conference and Baltimore Catholic League.
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By Glenn Graham and The Baltimore Sun | March 22, 2013
Darnell Dantzler Edmondson The Red Storm suffered several heartbreaking losses this season, particularly a buzzer-beating defeat in overtime against No. 1 Dunbar in the Baltimore City Division I championship game. But those setbacks served an important purpose when it mattered most for No. 5 Edmondson (22-5). Finally reaching the state tournament at the University of Maryland's Comcast Center after four straight losses in the Class 2A North regional championship game, Edmondson showed poise to close out a double-overtime win, 60-56, over Oakdale in the semifinals and a 54-52 victory over Wicomico for the program's first state title.
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March 18, 2013
Boys basketball No. School Record Prev. 1. Dunbar 26-2 1 2. St. Frances 33-6 2 3. Milford Mill 26-2 4 4. Mount St. Joseph 31-8 3 5. Edmondson 22-5 5 6. Arch. Spalding 22-12 6 7. John Carroll 26-12 7 8. City 20-6 8 9. New Town 23-4 9 10. Poly 20-7 10 11. Randallstown 19-6 11 12. Oakland Mills 24-1 12 13. Arundel 22-4 13 14. St. Vincent Pallotti 26-6 14 15. Reservoir 19-7 15 Other teams considered: Annapolis (18-8)
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | March 15, 2013
If you first don't succeed, try again. And then, if needed, try yet again. The Edmondson boys basketball had the final possession at the end of regulation and again in the first overtime with the score tied against Oakdale, from Frederick County, but the No. 5 Red Storm was unable to convert the needed points that would send it to the Class 2A state title game. In the same spot in the second overtime, Edmondson senior guard Darius Walker changed the plan. Once again appearing to hold the ball for the final shot, Walker attacked the basket earlier than expected, hitting a running layup with 31 seconds left to give the Red Storm a two-point lead.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | March 15, 2013
Defensively, the New Town boys basketball team came ready to play in Friday's Class 1A state semifinal against Brunswick. When the offense caught up in the third quarter, the No. 9 Titans had the necessary mix to secure a return visit to Saturday's state championship game. Senior Justin Brown scored 23 points and junior Danny Shand finished with 16 as New Town earned a 52-44 win over Brunswick at the University of Maryland's Comcast Center. The duo combined for 15 points in the pivotal third quarter.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | March 14, 2013
The Poly boys basketball team needed some time to get comfortable in the Class 4A state semifinal at the University of Maryland's Comcast Center on Thursday night. Going against defending state champion Magruder, it was time the No. 10 Engineers simply couldn't afford. Falling behind early, the Engineers did all they could to climb back, but the Colonels had more than enough answers to come away with a 62-50 win. The Engineers' offensive struggles led to the loss as they only shot 24 percent from the field and made only two of 16 from behind the 3-point line.
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Glenn Graham | March 14, 2013
Here's a look at the 2012-13 Anne Arundel County Coaches All-County boys basketball teams: First team Delaszo Smith  (SR)- Annapolis Ryan Hill   (SR) - Arundel Aaron Terry (SR) - Chesapeake Corey Martin (JR) - North County Eric Lindsey (SR) - Southern   Second team Juan Brown (JR) - Annapolis Austin Carroll (SR) - Arundel Jerrin Ball (SR) - Old Mill Jahair Jones (JR) - South River Keaton Mack (SR) - Arundel Clay Smith (JR)
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