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By Katherine Dunn | September 16, 2013
Thirteen Baltimore-area football players were among the first round of seniors selected to the 2013 Maryland Crab Bowl roster Monday night with additions to come at a later date. The game is scheduled for Dec. 21 at 2 p.m. at the Prince George's Sports and Learning Center. The local players selected: Frederick Bopst, quarterback, Boys' Latin TeDarius Clayton, tight end, Catonsville Bruce Damon, linebacker, Franklin Jonathan Haynes, offensive tackle, Annapolis Area Christian Ricardo Johnson Jr., defensive tackle, Archbishop Curley Russell Neverdon, wide receiver, Calvert Hall Mason Phoenix, defensive end, Calvert Hall Landon Reecher, defensive tackle, Broadneck Jake Soriano, kicker, Calvert Hall Marty Stevenson Jr., running back, Mount Hebron Darnell Tillman, defensive end, Winters Mill Reggie White Jr., wide receiver, Milford Mill Cedric Williams, wide receiver, Atholton
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By Katherine Dunn and The Baltimore Sun | February 13, 2014
The Maryland roster for the Big 33 Football Classic will be announced in early March, but the names of a few local players have already been released. McDonogh's Josh Woods, Meade's Jake Hawk, Fallston's Alex Helm and Archbishop Spalding's Zach Abey will play in the all-star game, which pits Maryland's best high school football players against Pennsylvania's. River Hill coach Brian Van Deusen is the head coach for the Maryland team that will try to avenge last season's 58-27 loss to Pennsylvania when it heads to Hersheypark Stadium for the June 14 classic.
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By Rich Scherr, For The Baltimore Sun | December 21, 2013
Several of the area's top defensive players took the field for Baltimore Saturday in the sixth annual Maryland Army National Guard Crab Bowl senior all-star game. After the first 10 minutes, however, that fact was anything but apparent. The Washington, D.C.-area team scored long touchdowns on two of its first three plays from scrimmage, putting the local squad in an early hole from which it never recovered in a 30-21 loss at McDaniel College. "We told the kids it's about big plays - who's going to step up and make them," Baltimore coach Sean Murphy, the coach of Archbishop Curley, said.
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By Rich Scherr, For The Baltimore Sun | December 21, 2013
Several of the area's top defensive players took the field for Baltimore Saturday in the sixth annual Maryland Army National Guard Crab Bowl senior all-star game. After the first 10 minutes, however, that fact was anything but apparent. The Washington, D.C.-area team scored long touchdowns on two of its first three plays from scrimmage, putting the local squad in an early hole from which it never recovered in a 30-21 loss at McDaniel College. "We told the kids it's about big plays - who's going to step up and make them," Baltimore coach Sean Murphy, the coach of Archbishop Curley, said.
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By Todd Karpovich and Special to The Baltimore Sun | December 22, 2009
In a senior All-Star football game that was supposed to be a showcase for Baltimore-area quarterbacks, it was Washington's defense that stole the show. The Washington team forced five turnovers, including two interceptions returned for touchdowns, and raced to a 24-21 victory in Monday night's second annual Crab Bowl at Towson University's snow-filled Johnny Unitas Stadium. Washington sealed the game when it stopped Baltimore on fourth-and-5 from the 10-yard line with four seconds remaining.
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December 10, 2011
Thomas Stuart Calvert Hall, quarterback, senior •Slippery 6-foot, 190-pound scrambler not afraid to stand in under pressure and get hit •Repeat first-team pick; excellent arm, completed 216 of 302passes for 2,620 yards, 38 touchdowns •Threw seven touchdowns in triple-overtime win over McDonogh, five in double-overtime MIAA A Conference final loss to Gilman •Cardinals coach Donald Davis: "He can do all...
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By Sports Digest | July 21, 2011
WNBA McCoughtry's 33 carry Dream past Mystics Angel McCoughtry (St. Frances) scored 33points to lead the visiting Atlanta Dream to an 86-79 victory over the Washington Mystics. Former Mystic Lindsey Harding added 14 points and Armintie Price chipped in 12 for the Dream, which scored 10 straight points down the stretch to turn a 78-76 deficit into an 86-78 lead. Sandora Irvin 's put-back off a miss by McCoughtry tied the game at 78 with just under two minutes left, and Price made a tough driving layup 30 seconds later to put Atlanta ahead for good.
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By Katherine Dunn and The Baltimore Sun | December 8, 2012
Shane Cockerille Gilman, quarterback, senior Strong 6-foot-3, 215-pound charger paced a powerful Greyhounds running attack Ran for 1,305 yards, 15 touchdowns and threw for 1,106 yards, seven touchdowns Carried 26 times for 234 yards, three touchdowns in the MIAA A Conference final victory over Calvert Hall; scored on 1-yard run to beat Don Bosco Prep (N.J.) Greyhounds coach Biff Poggi: "Shane plays quarterback like a wrestler -- the tougher, the better. " Committed to Maryland, playing in International Bowl Reggie Ellis Franklin, athlete, senior Fast, versatile 5-11, 175-pound game-changer excelled at rushing, receiving, returning Ran 71 times for 909 yards, caught 24 passes for 637 yards and had 1,880 all-purpose yards, 22 touchdowns Also played cornerback early before breaking a finger and concentrating on offense Indians coach Anthony Burgos: "He was always the guy we could rely on for a big play.
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By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | December 13, 2013
Randy Fischer Broadneck, linebacker, senior * The 6-2, 215-pound weak-side linebacker led team in tackles for third straight season * Had 104 tackles, 20 tackles for a loss, 3.5 sacks, three caused fumbles * Has 291 career tackles, believed to be a school record * Bruins coach Rob Harris: "He's just always, always, always around the ball. " * Playing in the Baltimore Touchdown Club All-Star Game, interest from FCS programs, including Eastern Kentucky, Stetson Keifer Rawlings St. Paul's, linebacker, senior * Intense 5-11, 200-pound leader for Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference champs * Led team in tackles for a second season with 120; forced five fumbles, recovered two; had two interceptions, blocked two punts * Ran 109 times for 507 yards and 10 touchdowns * Crusaders coach Paul Bernstorf: "He really understands the game, anticipates what's going to happen and goes flying after it. " * Playing in the Crab Bowl; will play baseball at Bucknell Marcus Hicks Old Mill, defensive back, senior * Repeat first-team selection excelled as a 5-10, 170-pound safety but impacted all phases of game * Had 58 tackles (35 solo)
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,Special to The Baltimore Sun | November 6, 2008
The annual football matchup between archrivals City and Poly is never short on dramatic plot lines. The 120th edition of the game Saturday afternoon, however, will have more than most. With playoff implications abounding, the bowl-like atmosphere at M&T Bank Stadium is sure to be ratcheted up a few extra notches. "The City-Poly game is the City-Poly game, but add that to it and I think it just motivates [the players] even more," City coach George Petrides said. City (6-3, 5-2 Baltimore City Division I)
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By Nicholas Fouriezos and The Baltimore Sun | December 20, 2013
In the first five years of the Maryland Crab Bowl senior all-star game, the Baltimore-area team has failed to win consecutive games. This year's squad will have a chance start a winning streak after last year's beat the Washington, D.C.-area seniors 28-7, led by former Gilman safety Wyatt Dickerson's two first half interceptions and touchdowns from Stephen Scott (Poly), Garrett Bean (Westminster), Michael Anderson (Howard) and Isaiah Gills (Harford Tech). But with a new crop of seniors, Baltimore coach Sean Murphy - who led Archbishop Curley to a 9-2 record this year - said he expects the sixth Crab Bowl on Saturday be completely different.
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By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | December 13, 2013
Randy Fischer Broadneck, linebacker, senior * The 6-2, 215-pound weak-side linebacker led team in tackles for third straight season * Had 104 tackles, 20 tackles for a loss, 3.5 sacks, three caused fumbles * Has 291 career tackles, believed to be a school record * Bruins coach Rob Harris: "He's just always, always, always around the ball. " * Playing in the Baltimore Touchdown Club All-Star Game, interest from FCS programs, including Eastern Kentucky, Stetson Keifer Rawlings St. Paul's, linebacker, senior * Intense 5-11, 200-pound leader for Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference champs * Led team in tackles for a second season with 120; forced five fumbles, recovered two; had two interceptions, blocked two punts * Ran 109 times for 507 yards and 10 touchdowns * Crusaders coach Paul Bernstorf: "He really understands the game, anticipates what's going to happen and goes flying after it. " * Playing in the Crab Bowl; will play baseball at Bucknell Marcus Hicks Old Mill, defensive back, senior * Repeat first-team selection excelled as a 5-10, 170-pound safety but impacted all phases of game * Had 58 tackles (35 solo)
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By Katherine Dunn and The Baltimore Sun | November 23, 2013
While Patterson's Sherrod Hawkes and Milford Mill's Jamaal Morant were playing in Friday night's regional championship games, they were among eight local high school football players added to the Maryland Crab Bowl roster. Also added in the final round of selections: Zach Abey of Archbishop Spalding; Tre Hamer of St. Paul's; Hakeem Holland and Malik Bridgers of St. Frances; Wylie Brown of Dundalk; and Antonio Thornton of Douglass. The sixth annual Crab Bowl, which pits the Baltimore-area all stars against Washington, D.C.-area all-stars, will be played Dec. 21 at 1 p.m. at McDaniel College in Westminster.
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By Katherine Dunn | October 21, 2013
Four Dunbar players led the roll out of roster additions for the Maryland Crab Bowl announced after Monday night's third draft. Poets Coleman Blackston, Raymond Jackson, Dominic Miller and Eddie Nelson along with 13 other local high school football players bring the total of Baltimore-area representatives on the Crab Bowl roster to 31. Baltimore's top seniors will be looking for a second straight win over Washington, D.C.'s best when the...
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By Katherine Dunn | October 7, 2013
Eleven local football players, including six linemen, were added to the roster for the Maryland Crab Bowl after Monday night's second draft. The Baltimore area now has 24 seniors headed to the sixth annual all-star game, which is still scheduled for Dec. 21 but has been moved to McDaniel College in Westminster.  More players will be added at a later date. The game pits the Baltimore area's top seniors against Washington, D.C.'s best. Baltimore won last year, 28-7, but Washington holds a 3-2 edge in the series.
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By Katherine Dunn | September 16, 2013
Thirteen Baltimore-area football players were among the first round of seniors selected to the 2013 Maryland Crab Bowl roster Monday night with additions to come at a later date. The game is scheduled for Dec. 21 at 2 p.m. at the Prince George's Sports and Learning Center. The local players selected: Frederick Bopst, quarterback, Boys' Latin TeDarius Clayton, tight end, Catonsville Bruce Damon, linebacker, Franklin Jonathan Haynes, offensive tackle, Annapolis Area Christian Ricardo Johnson Jr., defensive tackle, Archbishop Curley Russell Neverdon, wide receiver, Calvert Hall Mason Phoenix, defensive end, Calvert Hall Landon Reecher, defensive tackle, Broadneck Jake Soriano, kicker, Calvert Hall Marty Stevenson Jr., running back, Mount Hebron Darnell Tillman, defensive end, Winters Mill Reggie White Jr., wide receiver, Milford Mill Cedric Williams, wide receiver, Atholton
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By Jeff Seidel, For The Baltimore Sun | December 21, 2012
- Both Baltimore and Washington had plenty of scoring chances in the fifth annual Crab Bowl. The difference is what they did with them. Stephen Scott (Poly), Garrett Bean (Westminster) and Michael Anderson (Howard) all ran for touchdowns, and Harford Tech's Isaiah Gills caught a long touchdown pass that helped Baltimore to a 28-7 victory over Washington in the senior all-star game played at the Marvin F. Wilson Stadium at the Prince George's Sports and Learning Complex. Baltimore kept making big plays at the right time throughout the contest, while Washington couldn't come through.
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By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | December 20, 2012
When: Friday, 7:30 p.m. Where: Marvin F. Wilson Stadium, Prince George's Sports and Learning Complex, Landover Coaches: Anthony Burgos (Franklin), Baltimore; Lance Clelland (South River), Washington Last meeting: Washington won, 14-6 Series: Washington leads, 3-1 KEY LOCAL PLAYERS TO WATCH Baltimore : Deryk Kern, QB, Westminster; Michael Anderson, ATH, Howard; Reggie Ellis, ATH, Franklin; Derrick Kittrell, ATH, New Town; Bradley Metcalf, ATH, Westminster; Keyon Pinnock, ATH, Atholton; Eric Latham, RB, Perry Hall; Isaiah Gillis, WR, Harford Tech; Donnie Knox, C, Century; Brady Orem, C, Franklin; Alec Auwaerter, OG, St. Paul's; Ned Emala, OG, Gilman; Sam Evans, OG, Loyola; Dariz Hill, OG, Dunbar; Moise Larose, OT, Wilde Lake; J.P. McManus, OT, Calvert Hall; Marvin Gross, DE, Dunbar; Nik D'Avanzo, DT, Archbishop Curley; Frank Kozlowski, DT, North Harford; Mike Jones , DB, Milford Mill; Kyle McEachern, DB, Milford Mill; DeAndre' Lane, DB, Catonsville; Wyatt Dickerson, S, Gilman; Kennedy Frazier, S, Calvert Hall; Stephan Osong, S, River Hill; Jay Patti, K, Hereford Washington : Connor Cox, QB, South River; Jack Gordon, QB, Arundel; Lavon Chaney, ATH, South River; Kevin Johnson , OL, Meade; Fiyin Makinde, OG, St. Vincent Pallotti; Michael Minter, OT, Severna Park; Malik Dorsey, DT, Meade; Mike Williams, DT, Archbishop Spalding; Elvis Dennah, LB, Annapolis Area Christian; Perez Mackell, DB, Annapolis Area...
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