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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | March 23, 2011
Aquille Carr Patterson, sophomore, guard After a fine freshman year in which he averaged 25.5 points and earned first-team All-Metro honors, the Clippers' explosive 5-foot-7 point guard took his game — and his team — to a higher level this season. Regarded as one of the finest players in his class by many national publications, Carr averaged 32 points, six assists and five rebounds with 117 steals to lead the Clippers (25-2) to Baltimore City and Class 4A North region titles, along with a trip to the state championship game.
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By Rich Scherr, For The Baltimore Sun | March 7, 2014
Hoping to calm any fears about playing in front of a hostile crowd, Patterson coach Harry Martin on Friday dusted off a sweet memory - a video of the Clippers' region final win two years ago in front of a raucous crowd at Milford Mill. "I told them [the atmosphere] really wasn't a big deal," Martin said. "We just had to weather the storm. " Hours later, in front of an equally boisterous crowd at Randallstown, No. 8 Patterson weathered the storm, rallying from an early nine-point deficit to stop the No. 5 Rams, 73-63, in the Class 2A North region final.
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By Glenn Graham and The Baltimore Sun | April 3, 2012
Patterson boys basketball coach Harry Martin has had his own standout player to work with the past three years in two-time All-Metro Player of the Year Aquille Carr. On April 21, he'll get the chance to coach a handful of national standouts. Martin and his Patterson two assistants -- Theodoric Bell and Edward Lewis -- will coach the U.S. All Stars in the 39th annual Capital Classic as they take on the Capital All Stars at T.C. Williams High School in Alexandria, Va. Game time is set for 7:30 p.m.
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From Sun staff reports | February 19, 2014
No. 10 host Patterson and No. 7 Edmondson played Tuesday night for nearly three quarters in a boys basketball game that included 61 personal fouls. The Clippers (18-4) led 54-31 when the game was called complete by the referees. The Red Storm fell to 13-5. Patterson coach Harry Martin said the Red Storm coaches and players walked off the court with 44.3 seconds left in the third quarter. Edmondson coach Darnell Dantzler said he took a timeout and "I told my team to come here.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | January 13, 2011
No. 1 Patterson (9-0) vs. No. 8 Dunbar (9-0) When: Tuesday, 7 p.m. Where: Morgan State Coaches: Harry Martin, Patterson; Cyrus Jones, Dunbar Key players to watch Patterson: Aquille Carr, So., G (30.4 ppg, 6.7 apg); Myrek Lee Fowlkes, So., F (18.3 ppg, 8.7 rpg); Rickey Meekins, Sr., G (11 ppg) Dunbar: Iakeem Alston, Jr., G (12.5 ppg); Evan Singletary, Jr., G; (10.6 ppg); Devonte Wallace, Sr., F (16.4 ppg) Keys to victory The key to victory for any Patterson opponent is controlling Carr, which has been easier said than done this season.
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By Glenn Graham | April 30, 2012
After transferring to New Jersey basketball power St. Patrick High School at the end of March, All-Metro Player of the Year Aquille Carr has returned home and is once again enrolled at Patterson.  His first day back at the East Baltimore school was today. Carr, a junior who has committed to Seton Hall, led the Clippers to a state championship on March 11 before moving on to St. Patrick.  The day before scoring 28 points to lead Patterson to an 86-75  win over Thomas Stone for the Class 3A crown, Carr became a father when his girlfriend gave birth to his daughter, Averi.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | November 29, 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, The Baltimore Sun | December 29, 2010
The Aquille Carr-led Patterson boys basketball team is fast, skilled and simply daring opponents to try to keep up this season. Forest Park was the latest team that proved no match in the championship game of the Bill Miller Christmas Classic at Patterson. With Carr scoring a career-high 57 points, the No. 2 Clippers ran away with the tournament title, coming away with a convincing 103-71 win over the No. 11 Foresters. Patterson improves to 8-0 on the season and, in typical fashion, it was a dominating performance from the 5-foot-8 Carr — a first-team All-Metro sophomore guard — that shined in the most recent win. "To score 57 points is an incredible effort at this level," said Patterson coach Harry Martin.
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From Sun staff reports | February 19, 2014
No. 10 host Patterson and No. 7 Edmondson played Tuesday night for nearly three quarters in a boys basketball game that included 61 personal fouls. The Clippers (18-4) led 54-31 when the game was called complete by the referees. The Red Storm fell to 13-5. Patterson coach Harry Martin said the Red Storm coaches and players walked off the court with 44.3 seconds left in the third quarter. Edmondson coach Darnell Dantzler said he took a timeout and "I told my team to come here.
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By John J. O'Connor and John J. O'Connor,New York Times News Service / | May 27, 1991
Wake up, blond and blue-eyed America! Those swarthy types living down the street, the ones with the dark hair and smoldering eyes, they're very likely to be vampires. Or so Richard and Esther Shapiro would have you believe.Back in the 1980s, the Shapiros created "Dynasty," the perfect packaging of the glitz and greed that would define the Reagan era. Now, for the presumably more hard-bitten 1990s, the bloodsucking turns quite literal in "Blood Ties," tonight's "Fox Night at the Movies" presentation at 8 (channels 5, 45.These particular dark-complected citizens, living in Long Beach, Calif.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | January 22, 2014
Patterson senior guard Rysheed Corbin wasn't happy when he saw one of his younger teammates messing around at practice the other day. When the same sophomore again was more playful than focused during a later drill, the Forest Park transfer had seen enough. "Pick it up or go - we're trying to win here," Corbin yelled across the gym.  One thing Corbin's new teammates and coaches quickly learned is he doesn't hold back.  When asked why he decided to move on to Patterson for his senior year, Corbin, a 'B' student who played three varsity seasons at Forest Park, was just as direct.             "Transferring was a big deal for me because this was the one team I felt like I could win a state championship with," he said. "Forest Park was good, but there wasn't enough there for me to win. " Corbin - 5 feet, 11 inches of explosive energy - takes the same approach on the court.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | November 29, 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 Luke Broadwater and The Baltimore Sun | July 17, 2013
Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake on Wednesday criticized comments made by U.S. Rep. Andy Harris that citizens should 'get over' the verdict in high-profile George Zimmerman case.  At a news conference at City Hall, Rawlings-Blake called Harris' comments "unbelievably dismissive, callous and out-of-touch" and dared him to say them to the parents of Trayvon Martin, the Florida teen killed by Zimmerman.  "Trayvon Martin died because George...
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By Glenn Graham | April 30, 2012
After transferring to New Jersey basketball power St. Patrick High School at the end of March, All-Metro Player of the Year Aquille Carr has returned home and is once again enrolled at Patterson.  His first day back at the East Baltimore school was today. Carr, a junior who has committed to Seton Hall, led the Clippers to a state championship on March 11 before moving on to St. Patrick.  The day before scoring 28 points to lead Patterson to an 86-75  win over Thomas Stone for the Class 3A crown, Carr became a father when his girlfriend gave birth to his daughter, Averi.
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By Glenn Graham and The Baltimore Sun | April 3, 2012
Patterson boys basketball coach Harry Martin has had his own standout player to work with the past three years in two-time All-Metro Player of the Year Aquille Carr. On April 21, he'll get the chance to coach a handful of national standouts. Martin and his Patterson two assistants -- Theodoric Bell and Edward Lewis -- will coach the U.S. All Stars in the 39th annual Capital Classic as they take on the Capital All Stars at T.C. Williams High School in Alexandria, Va. Game time is set for 7:30 p.m.
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By Matt Bracken and The Baltimore Sun | March 28, 2012
Kevin Norris was in the Lake Clifton stands Jan. 27 when Patterson battled Largo in a Basketball Academy matchup. On the court that night for the Clippers was a 6-foot-10 shot-blocking machine that quickly caught the Florida Gulf Coast assistant's eye. “I had a pretty good game,” said Patterson senior Leonard Livingston . “Norris, he just said that they were interested. They wanted to see how the rest of our season would go. [He wanted to] try to get [me] down there anytime.” Livingston wasn't familiar with Florida Gulf Coast, but he liked Norris - a Lake Clifton grad and former Miami point guard - and continued on with his senior season.
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By Jeff Seidel, Special to The Baltimore Sun | February 14, 2012
Aquille Carr scored 61 points for Patterson when the Clippers played Forest Park last year. But he didn't need to do as much this time, and that made coach Harry Martin a happy man. Carr finished with a game-high 24 points, as No. 3 Patterson defeated No. 8 Forest Park, 79-63 on Monday night. Patterson not only had Carr's complete play, but benefited from strong performances by Nymee Manns, Devin Hebron and Leonard Livingston. This game didn't affect the Baltimore City standings, but a Patterson win over Carver later this week secures the Clippers a spot to play No. 7 Dunbar in the Division I title game, probably next week.
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By Jeff Seidel, Special to The Baltimore Sun | February 14, 2012
Aquille Carr scored 61 points for Patterson when the Clippers played Forest Park last year. But he didn't need to do as much this time, and that made coach Harry Martin a happy man. Carr finished with a game-high 24 points, as No. 3 Patterson defeated No. 8 Forest Park, 79-63 on Monday night. Patterson not only had Carr's complete play, but benefited from strong performances by Nymee Manns, Devin Hebron and Leonard Livingston. This game didn't affect the Baltimore City standings, but a Patterson win over Carver later this week secures the Clippers a spot to play No. 7 Dunbar in the Division I title game, probably next week.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | December 3, 2011
After getting his first sample of Annapolis basketball during a scrimmage early in the preseason, newcomer Jourdan Stickler left practice a bit winded. Coming from Oak Hill (Va.) Academy, which relied more on size and half-court sets, the senior transfer guard found the Panthers' trademark uptempo style something new. It's common for each high school boys basketball season to have impact players coming and going throughout the area at a pace that matches Annapolis' work on the floor.
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