October 26, 2005
BOYS SPORT FOOTBALL Matt Keel, Hereford STATS -- The 5-foot-10, 195-pound senior linebacker plays a quiet but steady role for the Bulls. He has three sacks and has made seven of his 38 tackles behind the line of scrimmage. Hereford, a three-time state champion, is in the thick of a heated race for one of the four qualifying spots in the Class 2A North regional playoffs. Since first making the playoffs in 1996, the Bulls have qualified for the postseason every year. SIDELINES -- Keel is a three-sport athlete, having wrestled and participated in track for three years.
March 29, 2012
As a certified athletic trainer at Archbishop Spalding, T.J. Morgan considers himself fortunate. He has never had to deal with a catastrophic situation in 14 years of administering to Cavaliers student-athletes. Such situations are rare, but should he face one, Morgan, like dozens of other trainers working in high schools all over the Baltimore area, is prepared. "The educational competencies for athletic trainers are changing and there's a greater concept of emergency management, of recognizing emergency situations and being able to act accordingly," said Morgan, who is also the president of the Maryland Athletic Trainers Association.
May 12, 2013
Major League Lacrosse Streaking Rubeor scores 4 as Bayhawks rout Machine, 14-5 Attackman Ben Rubeor (Loyola High) had another big game as the Chesapeake Bayhawks manhandled the Ohio Machine, 14-5, in a game shortened to three quarters Saturday night because of lightning around Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. Rubeor, who scored seven goals in a win over the New York Lizards last weekend, scored four goals and assisted another against the Machine. He now has at least one point in 32 consecutive games, and was named Player of the Game for the second straight time Saturday.
May 24, 2010
Class 2A-1A NO. 6 WINTERS MILL (17-1) VS. LOCH RAVEN (12-4) When: Tuesday, 4 p.m. Outlook: Winters Mill, down from Class 3A-2A where it won the 2008 state title, is certainly battle tested after winning two one-goal games to take its regional championship. The Falcons, who have lost only to No. 1 McDonogh, boast one of the area's highest-scoring offenses, averaging 16.1 goals. The Raiders have allowed only four teams to score in double figures, but they lost three of those games.