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SPORTS
By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | March 8, 2014
Three road wins in three nights impressively added up to the Class 4A East region championship for Annapolis, which got a 27-point, six-assist performance from senior guard Juan Brown to upset the host Anne Arundel County champion No. 13 Severna Park, 72-47, in the title game Friday night. Severna Park had won three meetings against the Panthers this season, including a 63-52 win for the county championship Feb. 21. Aaron Pratt added 13 points and four steals with Josh Glover also finishing with 13 points in the win. On Wednesday, Annapolis traveled to three-time defending region champ North Point and came home a winner before defeating Great Mills on Thursday.  The Panthers advance to the state semifinals at Maryland's Comcast Center, where they will take on the winner of the West region, either Walt Whitman or Clarksburg.
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NEWS
March 7, 2014
Society meets The Savage Historical Society meets at 7 p.m. Monday, March 17, in Room 3 of the Faith & Ministry Center, 9032 Baltimore St. The topic is "Remembering Our Savage School Days. " Free and open to the public. Information: 301-725-1241. Bluegrass music Savage Bluegrass plays at 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 11, at Sam and Elsie's Bar and Restaurant, 9994 Washington Blvd. in Laurel. Information: 301-317-7796. 'Picasso at the Lapin Agile' The comedy written by Steve Martin will be performed at 2 p.m. Sunday, March 9, at Laurel Mill Playhouse, 508 Main St. Tickets are $15, $12 for seniors, students and active-duty military.
SPORTS
By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | March 7, 2014
The Edmondson boys basketball team knew exactly what it was in for going into Friday's Class 1A South region championship against Baltimore City rival Lake Clifton. Coach Darnell Dantzler told his No. 11 Red Storm that, to win, it would take maximum effort from every player. For senior guard Chaz Lassiter, that effort was shown in a 16-point performance, including 6-for-6 work at the free throw line in the fourth quarter. For junior forward Kani Coles, it was controlling the boards and scoring a couple big baskets when they were hard to come by down the stretch.
SPORTS
Sports Digest | March 7, 2014
Football Ray Lewis on ballot for College Football Hall of Fame 2014 class Retired Ravens middle linebacker Ray Lewis is on the ballot for the College Football Hall of Fame Class of 2014. Lewis was a consensus All-American at Miami and was a runner-up for the Butkus Award, presented to the top college linebacker. He was a two-time All-Big East Conference selection who ranks sixth all-time in school history with 388 career tackles. The class will be announced in May and then honored by the National Football Foundation on Dec. 9 in New York.
SPORTS
By Mike Klingaman and The Baltimore Sun | March 7, 2014
COLLEGE PARK - Ever since Maryland chose to join the Big Ten next year, its wrestlers have taken a beating. Frank Goodwin can't don his sweats and stroll through a mall without getting an earful. "I'll wear my Maryland stuff out and about, and I'll hear people say 'Welcome to the Big Ten' with a taunt in their voices. I get it a lot," said Goodwin, a 149-pound senior and the 2010 All-Metro Wrestler of the Year at Arundel. The Terps will face a stiff test in their new digs.
HEALTH
By Kit Waskom Pollard, For The Baltimore Sun | March 6, 2014
The lights are low and the bass is thumping, but the cycle room at Rev Cycle Studio in McHenry Row is no dance club. Halfway into the studio's Rev60 Zen class - a "fusion" of 40 minutes of cycling and 20 of yoga - a dozen cyclists are pedaling (and sweating) hard, following instructor Esther Collinetti's demands to go harder. Fifteen minutes later, the same group is quietly sinking into Warrior pose in the studio's small, warm yoga room, with Collinetti directing stretches and meditation.
NEWS
By Joe Burris, The Baltimore Sun | March 6, 2014
Every year Anne Arundel County high school seniors leave the graduation stage with diplomas - and considerable moneymaking potential - in hand. According to a new study commissioned by the county Board of Education, they aren't the only ones poised to make money. In fact, the study suggests that every graduating class in Anne Arundel contributes more than $1.8 billion in value to the local economy. Officials say that figure shows that an investment in education reaps huge, immediate dividends for the community.
NEWS
By Yvonne Wenger, The Baltimore Sun | March 5, 2014
City officials hope hundreds of boys and young men will participate in a new B'More Night Hoops league that will combine basketball and life skills workshops this spring and summer. The program, to be announced Thursday, will be open to boys and men ages 15 to 21. Before the teams hit the courts each week, they will discuss applying for college, finding jobs and managing personal finances, officials said. Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake said the idea is to provide higher-quality recreational outlets for the city's youths.
FEATURES
By Mary Carole McCauley, The Baltimore Sun | March 4, 2014
Sixteen-year-old Eleanor Weir held her right leg out in front of her, arched that foot and brought her toes delicately down to the floor, then back up again. She was pretending that the floor was a cat, and she was trying to pet it with her foot. "Yup, bup, bup, bup" guest teacher Gerard Charles said, counting out the beat at Towson's Carver Center for Arts & Technology. Eleanor and 27 other cat petters in training were taking an intermediate-level ballet class with Charles, the ballet master for the Joffrey Ballet.
BUSINESS
By Kevin Rector, The Baltimore Sun | March 4, 2014
A national black firefighters association and African-American leaders in Anne Arundel County are criticizing state officials for allowing an all-white class of firefighter recruits at BWI Marshall Airport. The new class of firefighters, which started on the job last month, is composed of nine white men, airport spokesman Jonathan Dean confirmed. With their arrival, the Maryland Aviation Administration's 89-person fire and rescue department became 26 percent minority and women, and 13 percent African-American, he said.
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