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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | December 27, 1998
Todd Galloway had a game-high 23 points as the City Knights (6-1), ranked No. 13 in the metro area, defeated Cardozo of D.C., 74-55, in a first-round game in the T.C. Williams Classic in Alexandria, Va. Galloway also had seven assists and five rebounds.Ryan Galloway chipped in 14 points for City, including nine in the third period when the Knights outscored Cardozo, 15-5.The Knights play Suitland in the semifinals tomorrow at 5 p.m.GirlsNo. 7 Western 66, McDonough 30: Delena DeShields and Latia Few each scored 16 points to power the Doves (5-1)
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By Glenn Graham and The Baltimore Sun | November 30, 2013
The boys basketball season has started for the private schools, and the public schools will begin play Thursday. That means it's time to start rolling out the projections for this season's top teams. In the coming days, you can go to Varsity Letters for a countdown of the top-five teams. The area's preseason No. 1-ranked team will be posted Tuesday. The entire Top 15 poll, along with the top players to watch, will be available online Tuesday night and in Wednesday's print edition.
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By Glenn Graham and The Baltimore Sun | November 30, 2013
The boys basketball season has started for the private schools, and the public schools will begin play Thursday. That means it's time to start rolling out the projections for this season's top teams. In the coming days, you can go to Varsity Letters for a countdown of the top-five teams. The area's preseason No. 1-ranked team will be posted Tuesday. The entire Top 15 poll, along with the top players to watch, will be available online Tuesday night and in Wednesday's print edition.
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By Derek Toney | March 20, 2000
Baltimore City Bryn Mawr Mawrtians (10-2) Coach: Terri Detorie Outlook: The Martians won the Association of Independent Schools A Division championship last season. Their reward: a spot in the new Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Division with Catholic League powers, meaning expectations will be lower. Bryn Mawr returns eight starters, including SS Erin Bellamy, an All-AIS performer last spring. Detorie hopes to be at least respectable against what will be one of the area's toughest leagues.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | October 31, 1997
Host Western (12-0 in the city Class 4A division, 13-2 overall) captured the Baltimore City volleyball championship with a 15-6, 15-8, 15-12 win over the City Knights (13-2) yesterday.Junior Selena Gaskins was 11-for-15 serving with 11 aces to lead Western, which has won six city championships since 1990.Western and City shared the city title last year.Keisha Chapman and Tami Ervan each had seven kills for the Doves, while Jazziel Granada added two aces.Field hockeyNo. 4 Fallston 1, J. M. Bennett 1 2OT (Fallston wins shootout, 4-2)
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By Lem Satterfield | September 2, 1999
BALTIMORE CITYArchbishop Curley Friars (17-1-1)Coach: Pep PerrellaOutlook: All-Metros Steve Althoff, Brandon Quaranta and Marco Angelini are among seven returning starters. Santino Quaranta, 14, is already getting consideration for youth national-team play. The Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference runners-up amassed a school-record 16 shutouts and allowed only five goals.Cardinal Gibbons Crusaders (2-13)Coach: John DingleOutlook: Forwards Mike Renes and Colin McBride, along with defender Mike Cromer, are among nine starters back.
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By Derek Toney | March 20, 2000
Baltimore City Bryn Mawr Mawrtians (10-2) Coach: Terri Detorie Outlook: The Martians won the Association of Independent Schools A Division championship last season. Their reward: a spot in the new Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Division with Catholic League powers, meaning expectations will be lower. Bryn Mawr returns eight starters, including SS Erin Bellamy, an All-AIS performer last spring. Detorie hopes to be at least respectable against what will be one of the area's toughest leagues.
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By Katherine Dunn | March 21, 1999
Baltimore CityPublic schoolsCity Knights1998 record: 10-3Coach: P. J. KesmodelTop players: Erika Brown, Jr., A; Jessica Shipley, Jr., A; Rosie Hicks, Jr., M; Krystin Weaver, Jr., G; Diamonte Brown, Jr., D; Monique Harris, Jr., D.Outlook: The Knights won their first city title, going 6-0 in the league, and they are the favorites this season. Kesmodel returns the most experienced group in the city with all 12 starters back. The Knights averaged 15 goals per game last year, led by Brown (54 goals, 12 assists)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | November 26, 1992
It shapes up as a classic boxer-vs.-puncher battle, this 104th annual Thanksgiving Day football meeting between City and Poly.City boasts more size and experience and will use its pounding ground attack like a brawler might bludgeon an opponent's midsection.Its knockout punch features 6-foot-1, 230-pound Antonio Travers yards, five TDs) running behind an offensive line of Marshall Holmes (6-2, 225), Xavier Logan (6-0, 245), Jason Burke (6-3, 240) and Shawn Scott (6-2, 260).Then there's City's speed: Quarterback Terrence Suber (616 yards rushing, six TDs)
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By Katherine Dunn, Mike Frainie | September 2, 1999
BALTIMORE CITYBryn Mawr Mawrtians (6-10)Coach: Neil GabbeyOutlook: Eight players return from last fall's "growing season," including three-year starters Erin Bellamy and Julia Brant, whom Gabbey calls anchors. Gabbey says the team serves and passes well and will be fundamentally strong. Improved junior Jen Brookland will have a significant role.Carver Bears (9-2)Coach: Cynthia TysonOutlook: New coach Tyson will be stressing fundamentals as the Bears rebuild. She will rely on junior Ebony Scott, the only returning player, to help tutor a group up from JV.Catholic Cubs (7-11)
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By Katherine Dunn | March 21, 1999
Baltimore CityPublic schoolsCity Knights1998 record: 10-3Coach: P. J. KesmodelTop players: Erika Brown, Jr., A; Jessica Shipley, Jr., A; Rosie Hicks, Jr., M; Krystin Weaver, Jr., G; Diamonte Brown, Jr., D; Monique Harris, Jr., D.Outlook: The Knights won their first city title, going 6-0 in the league, and they are the favorites this season. Kesmodel returns the most experienced group in the city with all 12 starters back. The Knights averaged 15 goals per game last year, led by Brown (54 goals, 12 assists)
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | December 27, 1998
Todd Galloway had a game-high 23 points as the City Knights (6-1), ranked No. 13 in the metro area, defeated Cardozo of D.C., 74-55, in a first-round game in the T.C. Williams Classic in Alexandria, Va. Galloway also had seven assists and five rebounds.Ryan Galloway chipped in 14 points for City, including nine in the third period when the Knights outscored Cardozo, 15-5.The Knights play Suitland in the semifinals tomorrow at 5 p.m.GirlsNo. 7 Western 66, McDonough 30: Delena DeShields and Latia Few each scored 16 points to power the Doves (5-1)
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 8, 1998
The City Knights didn't pick a bad night to play their best game of the season.Facing a Carver team that they barely squeaked by earlier in the season, the host Knights shot 59 percent from the field and out-rebounded the Bears, 49-20, in fashioning a 91-64 rout last night in the Class 3A East region final."
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | October 31, 1997
Host Western (12-0 in the city Class 4A division, 13-2 overall) captured the Baltimore City volleyball championship with a 15-6, 15-8, 15-12 win over the City Knights (13-2) yesterday.Junior Selena Gaskins was 11-for-15 serving with 11 aces to lead Western, which has won six city championships since 1990.Western and City shared the city title last year.Keisha Chapman and Tami Ervan each had seven kills for the Doves, while Jazziel Granada added two aces.Field hockeyNo. 4 Fallston 1, J. M. Bennett 1 2OT (Fallston wins shootout, 4-2)
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