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By Jeff Seidel, For The Baltimore Sun | January 24, 2014
Milford Mill coach Mike Silverman reached deep into his playbook for a defensive adjustment that helped the Millers turn around Friday night's game vs. Dunbar. Silverman didn't like how often the Poets were getting shots on drives to the hoop, so he switched to the rarely-used 3-2 zone defense. That move paid off as the Millers limited No. 12 Dunbar to only three second-half baskets as No. 2 Milford Mill pulled away for a 56-44 victory in the 18th Annual Basketball Academy tournament at Morgan State.
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By Matt Bracken and The Baltimore Sun | January 21, 2014
Playing junior college basketball in Missouri, Evan Singletary was mostly recruited by Division I programs in the South and the Midwest. But the former Dunbar guard was hoping for more East Coast schools to come after him. "I wanted to be closer to my daughter," said Singletary, who graduated from Dunbar in 2012 and enrolled at Moberly Area Community College the following fall. "She's 3 months [old] now. That was really a key thing. I didn't want to be real far. " Starting this summer, Singletary will be just a five-hour drive away from his daughter.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | January 16, 2014
Since the suspension of sophomore point guard Tillman Dunbar prior to the Navy men's basketball team's 63-48 loss to UMBC on Dec. 30, junior Earl McLaurin started five games in Dunbar's place, averaging 3.4 points, 3.8 rebounds, 3.4 assists and 1.2 steals while turning the ball over nine times. Perhaps even more significantly, the Midshipmen went 1-4 during that stretch. On Wednesday night, they made a switch at point, shifting Brandon Venturini to that role, and the 6-foot, 184-pound junior finished with a game-high 14 points and a team-best four assists in the team's 62-61 win over reigning regular-season champion Bucknell.
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Sports Digest | January 16, 2014
Men's college soccer Mullins gets top Soccer America honor again Maryland senior forward Patrick Mullins on Wednesday became the second two-time winner of the Soccer America Men's Player of the Year, joining Claudio Reyna of Virginia (1992-1993). Mullins led the Terps to the College Cup in his junior and senior seasons, accumulating 17 goals and 10 assists in 2012 and a nation-high 19 goals and eight assists in 2013. Jason Garey (2005) is the only other Terp to win the Soccer America honor.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | January 2, 2014
When: Friday, 5:15 p.m. KEY PLAYERS Patterson: Rysheed Corbin, Sr., G; Dereck Oliver, Jr., G; Kwynten Brooks, Sr., G Dunbar: Keandre Gibson, Sr., G; Trevis Buchanon, Sr., C; Keshawn Hampton, Sr., G KEYS TO VICTORY Whichever team can consistently control the tempo will go a long way toward winning this game. In their 9-0 start, the Clippers have averaged 75 points with fine guard play leading to fast scores. Patterson coach Harry Martin said scoring 70 or more points again would be important for his team.
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From Sun staff reports | December 31, 2013
Rodney Elliott (John Carroll) scored 21 points while Bryan Harris added 14 as host UMBC (4-9) ended a four-game losing streak with a 63-48 nonconference victory over short-handed Navy on Monday night. Before the game, Navy announced that it had suspended leading scorer Tillman Dunbar and sophomore guard Phil Guglielmo indefinitely for violating unspecified academy rules. Dunbar, a sophomore point guard, had led the Midshipmen (5-6) in scoring (11.9 points per game), assists (5.0)
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | December 31, 2013
The Navy men's basketball team has dropped its last three games - a streak culminating with a 63-48 loss to UMBC Monday night. And coach Ed DeChellis said he knows what has contributed to the setbacks. DeChellis said the Midshipmen's defense and rebounding have been less than stellar in losses to Bryant on Dec. 14, Northern Kentucky on Dec. 21 and UMBC. The Bulldogs shot 50.9 percent (28-of-55) and collected 44 rebounds to Navy's 33 in a 90-80 victory in overtime. The Norse converted 51.0 percent (25-of-49)
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | December 31, 2013
Prior to Monday night's 63-48 loss to UMBC, the Navy men's basketball team announced that it had suspended sophomore point guard Tilman Dunbar and sophomore guard Phil Guglielmo indefinitely for violating unspecified academy rules. Dunbar had led the Midshipmen (5-6) in scoring (11.9 points per game), assists (5.0) and playing time (30.9 minutes). Coach Ed DeChellis told Collegehoopsdaily.com that the players are fully aware of the expectations placed upon them . “Our standards are little higher, and you can't deviate from those and we take them very, very seriously,” he told the website.
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By Rich Scherr, For The Baltimore Sun | November 22, 2013
Running back Sherrod Hawkes has earned a special place in the heart of second-year Patterson coach Larry Mitchell. On the Clippers' biggest stage of the season Friday night, that place was the spotlight. "We call Sherrod 'Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer,'" Mitchell said. "We told him we're having Christmas early, and we needed him to guide our sled. " Hawkes did just that, running over, around and often times through Dunbar's beleaguered defense, racking up 239 yards on 27 carries and scoring both of his team's touchdowns as Patterson shocked the host and No. 13 Poets, 14-0, in the Class 2A North final.
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Baltimore Sun staff | November 16, 2013
Marcus Smith had six receptions for 116 yards and three touchdowns to lead No. 8 Meade past No. 4 Broadneck, 41-31, in a Class 4A East Regional semifinal Friday night. The Bruins (8-3) led 17-14 in the third quarter before the host Mustangs (9-2) put together the next three scoring drives to pull away. No. 13 Dunbar 44, Carver 0: Coleman Blackston scored the first two touchdowns, both rushing, and the host Poets (9-2) shut out the Bears (8-3) in a Class 2A North regional semifinal.
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