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By Todd Karpovich, Special to The Baltimore Sun | September 1, 2010
1 Goal allowed by Marriotts Ridge in the state playoffs en route to the Class 2A state championship. 14 Returning players for Eastern Tech, considered by several coaches as a darkhorse to challenge for the Baltimore County title. 15 Seconds left in regulation in the MIAA A Conference semifinal before Jalen Robinson tied the game and Mount St. Joseph eventually beat Calvert Hall on penalty kicks.
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December 10, 2011
Ethan McBryde South Carroll, forward, senior •Led South Carroll with 18 goals and four assists •Helped the Cavaliers to a 15-3 record and a berth in the state tournament for the second time in four years •Had eight game-winning goals •Is considering Bridgewater and McDaniel, among other schools Jose Moran Catonsville, forward, junior •Had 16 goals and five assists for the...
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From Sun staff reports | September 20, 2011
Joey Isaja and Danny Kaiser each scored two goals and Jalen Robinson and Andrew Watts added one each Monday to lift No. 8 Mount St. Joseph's boys soccer team (3-2-1) past visiting C. Milton Wright, 6-1. Goalie Dominick Ruggiero had two saves, and Brett Deboy recorded another in the win. Girls soccer No. 11 Fallston 1, Mt. Hebron 0: Maggie Clough scored the game's lone goal as the visiting Cougars (2-0) defeated the Vikings in league play. Field hockey No. 6 South River 3, Glenelg Country School 1: Jill Dress, Madelyn Santa and Abby Lawrence all scored to lead the visiting Seahawks (5-1)
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From Sun staff reports | September 20, 2011
Joey Isaja and Danny Kaiser each scored two goals and Jalen Robinson and Andrew Watts added one each Monday to lift No. 8 Mount St. Joseph's boys soccer team (3-2-1) past visiting C. Milton Wright, 6-1. Goalie Dominick Ruggiero had two saves, and Brett Deboy recorded another in the win. Girls soccer No. 11 Fallston 1, Mt. Hebron 0: Maggie Clough scored the game's lone goal as the visiting Cougars (2-0) defeated the Vikings in league play. Field hockey No. 6 South River 3, Glenelg Country School 1: Jill Dress, Madelyn Santa and Abby Lawrence all scored to lead the visiting Seahawks (5-1)
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By Sports Digest | July 24, 2010
Christian Morales scored two first-half goals Thursday and the Baltimore Bays Chelsea Under-15 Boys clinched a spot in the US Youth Soccer National Championships final in Overland Park, Kan., with a 5-2 win over the Mount Hamilton PAC Tigres of California. After a fifth-minute goal from Jeremy Degraffenreidt and another score from Christopher White in the 35th, Morales scored in the 37th and then again in the 45th minute for a 4-1 lead. Romilio Hernandez scored shortly after halftime for Baltimore, which defeated the Concorde Fire Elite, 4-3, in its opener Wednesday.
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By From Sun Staff Reports | October 19, 2010
After a scoreless first half, the No. 8 Calvert Hall soccer team responded with two quick goals on its way to a 2-1 victory over No. 2 McDonogh on Tuesday. Connor Walsh and John Tune scored for the visiting Cardinals (9-3-1) in the 51st and 55th minute, respectively. Mike Gamble was quick to put the Eagles (14-3-1) on the board and cut the deficit to one in the 60th minute. Despite the offensive pressure McDonogh applied for the remainder of the game, the Cardinals prevented the Eagles from scoring again.
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By Todd Karpovich, Special to The Baltimore Sun | September 1, 2010
1. Mount St. Joseph Coach: Mike St. Martin. Last season: 14-3-3. Postseason: MIAA A Conference champions Outlook: The Gaels will be strong again with national team player Jalen Robinson, anchoring the defense, and five other returning starters. Jordan Manley will also help control the defensive third of the field and is being recruited by several Division I schools. 2. McDonogh Coach: Steve Nichols. Last season: 20-3. Postseason: MIAA A Conference finalist Outlook: The Eagles have reloaded in a big way after falling short for three consecutive titles last season.
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December 10, 2011
Ethan McBryde South Carroll, forward, senior •Led South Carroll with 18 goals and four assists •Helped the Cavaliers to a 15-3 record and a berth in the state tournament for the second time in four years •Had eight game-winning goals •Is considering Bridgewater and McDaniel, among other schools Jose Moran Catonsville, forward, junior •Had 16 goals and five assists for the...
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | August 20, 2010
Soccer standouts Ashley Spivey and Jalen Robinson have done a lot of the things other high school teenagers do during summer break. Spivey, 16, set to be a junior at McDonogh this fall, worked on getting her driver's license and enjoyed a family vacation at the beach. Robinson, also 16 and a rising junior at Mount St. Joseph, went to a couple of movies and got in some time at the pool with friends. While making the most of their down time, the two All-Metro selections also took advantage of rare experiences that highlighted their time away from school — traveling abroad to play for U.S. youth national soccer teams.
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September 16, 2008
Michael Campanaro River Hill, football The senior All-Metro running back made the most of his limited touches in the No. 1 Hawks' 54-8 victory over Hammond on Friday. Campanaro accounted for 274 all-purpose yards, scoring touchdowns seven of the 11 times he touched the ball. On the ground, he carried the ball eight times for 144 yards and five scores. On special teams, he returned three punts for 130 yards, including touchdowns of 47 and 53 yards. The seven touchdowns were one short of tying the public schools state record.
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By From Sun Staff Reports | October 19, 2010
After a scoreless first half, the No. 8 Calvert Hall soccer team responded with two quick goals on its way to a 2-1 victory over No. 2 McDonogh on Tuesday. Connor Walsh and John Tune scored for the visiting Cardinals (9-3-1) in the 51st and 55th minute, respectively. Mike Gamble was quick to put the Eagles (14-3-1) on the board and cut the deficit to one in the 60th minute. Despite the offensive pressure McDonogh applied for the remainder of the game, the Cardinals prevented the Eagles from scoring again.
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By Todd Karpovich, Special to The Baltimore Sun | September 1, 2010
1 Goal allowed by Marriotts Ridge in the state playoffs en route to the Class 2A state championship. 14 Returning players for Eastern Tech, considered by several coaches as a darkhorse to challenge for the Baltimore County title. 15 Seconds left in regulation in the MIAA A Conference semifinal before Jalen Robinson tied the game and Mount St. Joseph eventually beat Calvert Hall on penalty kicks.
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By Todd Karpovich, Special to The Baltimore Sun | September 1, 2010
1. Mount St. Joseph Coach: Mike St. Martin. Last season: 14-3-3. Postseason: MIAA A Conference champions Outlook: The Gaels will be strong again with national team player Jalen Robinson, anchoring the defense, and five other returning starters. Jordan Manley will also help control the defensive third of the field and is being recruited by several Division I schools. 2. McDonogh Coach: Steve Nichols. Last season: 20-3. Postseason: MIAA A Conference finalist Outlook: The Eagles have reloaded in a big way after falling short for three consecutive titles last season.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | August 20, 2010
Soccer standouts Ashley Spivey and Jalen Robinson have done a lot of the things other high school teenagers do during summer break. Spivey, 16, set to be a junior at McDonogh this fall, worked on getting her driver's license and enjoyed a family vacation at the beach. Robinson, also 16 and a rising junior at Mount St. Joseph, went to a couple of movies and got in some time at the pool with friends. While making the most of their down time, the two All-Metro selections also took advantage of rare experiences that highlighted their time away from school — traveling abroad to play for U.S. youth national soccer teams.
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By Sports Digest | July 24, 2010
Christian Morales scored two first-half goals Thursday and the Baltimore Bays Chelsea Under-15 Boys clinched a spot in the US Youth Soccer National Championships final in Overland Park, Kan., with a 5-2 win over the Mount Hamilton PAC Tigres of California. After a fifth-minute goal from Jeremy Degraffenreidt and another score from Christopher White in the 35th, Morales scored in the 37th and then again in the 45th minute for a 4-1 lead. Romilio Hernandez scored shortly after halftime for Baltimore, which defeated the Concorde Fire Elite, 4-3, in its opener Wednesday.
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By Todd Karpovich and Todd Karpovich,Special to The Baltimore Sun | November 6, 2009
Everything appeared to have fallen into place for No. 10 Calvert Hall in its Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference soccer semifinal Thursday night against No. 3 Mount St. Joseph. The Cardinals were playing under the lights on their campus for the first time in 164 years and had the lead in the game's final minute. Just as the student body was about to storm the field, the Gaels' Jalen Robinson scored with 15 seconds left to send the game to overtime. After neither team scored, Mount St. Joseph won the penalty-kick shootout, 3-2, to advance to the championship against top-ranked McDonogh on Monday at Johns Hopkins.
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November 26, 2011
The Maryland Interscholastic Atheltic Association released its all-conference teams Saturday. For the football selections, click here . Here are standouts chosen in each of the other fall sports: CROSS COUNTRY A Conference   Kevin Corbusier, Loyola William Meadows, Gilman Ben Pickett, John Carroll Sam Zunkeler, Gilman Dave Ozarowski, Archbishop Curley Michael Wegner, Loyola ...
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