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By Mike Preston and The Baltimore Sun | May 15, 2014
Jim Cusick is the kind of lacrosse success story we seldom hear about. A senior at Washington College and captain of the lacrosse team, Cusick played high school lacrosse at Calvert Hall and very seldom got on the field. He wasn't a bad player, just a late bloomer at one of the country's best high schools for lacrosse. Cusick never complained about his lack of playing time at Calvert Hall, but just kept practicing and getting better and better. One of the advantages of playing in the private school system is that even though you may not get to play much, you still get better because you're practicing against the best every day. Cusick has become one of Division III's top players.
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From Sun staff reports | May 15, 2014
Nick Delp turned in a flawless baseball performance Wednesday for No. 3 Calvert Hall. The junior threw a perfect game, striking out five, as the host Cardinals (21-6) defeated No. 15 Mount St. Joseph, 5-0, in a Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference tournament game. The Gaels (13-14) were eliminated. Calvert Hall scored single runs in the first two innings and three in the third. The Cardinals, who lost, 9-3, Monday to No. 8 Archbishop Curley, must face the host Friars on Friday at 4 p.m., with the winner advancing to the championship against No.2 Archbishop Spalding on Sunday at Ripken Stadium in Aberdeen.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | May 13, 2014
Bill Karpovich, the legendary Calvert Hall soccer coach, died Tuesday at his home at the age of 75, according to his family. Karpovich, who graduated from Patterson and Johns Hopkins, coached Calvert Hall from 1967 to 1997 and finished with a 422-85-33 career record. He won 19 championships in the Maryland Scholastic Association and Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association. In addition to coaching, he was a math teacher and was department chair from 1968 to 1987. A family member said his wife found him in the living room Tuesday afternoon.
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The Baltimore Sun | May 12, 2014
Boys lacrosse No. School Record Prev.   1. Boys' Latin 16-0 1 2. St. Paul's 12-6 2 3. McDonogh 15-4 3 4. Gilman 13-6 6 5. Calvert Hall 13-6 5 6. St. Mary's 11-6 4 7. Loyola 8-8 7 8. Westminster 15-0 8 9. Howard 15-0 9 10. Bel Air 13-2 10 11. Hereford ...
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | May 9, 2014
For a second straight year, Blast veteran defender Patrick Healey has been named to the U.S. Futsal men's national team, which will compete in the Four Nations Tournament in Newcastle, England, in June. The U.S., which comes in as the defending champion, will open play against Qatar on June 5, then take on Cyprus on June 6 before closing out the tournament against England on June 8. Last year, the U.S. went 3-0 against England, Malaysia and Poland, and outscored the three opponents by a combined 10 goals.
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From Sun staff reports | May 9, 2014
No. 13 Century gave up the lead late in the second half and had to force overtime Friday against No. 2 Mount Hebron in a Class 3A-2A South girls lacrosse section semifinal. But Madi Hall scored the eventual game-winner on a free position with 1minute 29 seconds left in the extra period and Hannah Warther won the ensuing draw as the Knights (12-4) ran out the clock and won, 12-11. Century led 8-5 when the Vikings (14-2) rallied to take a 10-9 lead. Hannah Warther scored the tying goal to force overtime.
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By Nelson Coffin, For The Baltimore Sun | May 9, 2014
In a game in which neither team made many mistakes, an attempt to flip the ball to Calvert Hall junior attackman Timmy Kelly in overtime afforded Gilman senior defensemen Chase Campbell the opportunity he needed to force a turnover. About 30 seconds after Campbell checked the ball from Kelly's stick, the ill-advised exchange came back to haunt the No. 5 Cardinals when Gilman senior Tyler Ruhl converted a perfect feed from fellow attackman Andy Matthews to give the No. 6 Greyhounds an 11-10 victory in a Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference quarterfinal Friday afternoon in Roland Park.
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By Alexander Pyles and The Baltimore Sun | May 9, 2014
It took 51 years for Dan Murray to receive his golden jacket for winning the 1963 baseball championship with Calvert Hall, and he knows what he'll do with it now. "Probably encase it," Murray, 69, said with a chuckle. Murray, the starting pitcher in that championship game, said budget constraints or a simple oversight prevented the Cardinals receiving their jackets that season. It is a tradition at Calvert Hall for every member of a varsity championship team to receive a gold jacket.
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From Sun staff reports | May 7, 2014
No. 9 Archbishop Curley completed its regular-season baseball sweep of No. 2 Calvert Hall, Wednesday, winning 6-2. Winner Michael Remeikis struck out 10 in seven innings and the host Friars (16-9, 12-4 Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference) scored three runs each in the fifth and sixth innings to topple the Cardinals (19-5, 12-4). Curley beat Calvert Hall, 12-1, on April 2 at Calvert Hall. No. 13 Franklin 14, Towson 4: The visiting Indians (16-2) scored five runs each in the second and third innings to outpace the Generals (4-12)
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By Todd Karpovich, For The Baltimore Sun | May 6, 2014
The players and coaches for No. 5 Calvert Hall said there was a "championship atmosphere" in the locker room prior to Tuesday's regular season final against No. 7 Loyola. Indeed, the stakes were high as the winner of the game was assured a spot in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A conference playoffs and the loser was eliminated. The Cardinals responded by playing one of their most complete games of the season, pulling out a 6-3 victory in front of a near-capacity crowd at Paul Angelo Russo Stadium.
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