December 4, 2013
1. Aberdeen Coach: Amber Milnes Last season: 25-3, ranked No. 2 Postseason: Class 3A state champion Outlook: Versatile All-Metro sophomore Stephanie Jones leads the way as the two-time defending state champs bring back three starters - none of whom is a senior. After going a combined 52-4 the previous two years with their only losses to nationally ranked opponents, the Eagles should continue their reign if they can replace the senior leadership that graduated and get solid minutes from the bench.
December 2, 2013
For the last year, Red Maryland has been conducting a series of polls regarding the 2014 Republican gubernatorial primary and other issues of interest to Republicans. Click here to take a look at our November poll and you will get a bit of flavor as to the questions that we have been asking and the results that we have seen. Participation in these polls is, of course, entirely self-selected and their results are not scientific. They are merely a useful (and fun) tool to gauge intensity of support for candidates and for or against issues relevant to Maryland conservatives.
December 1, 2013
1. McDonogh Last season: No. 1 Postseason: MIAA conference champion Outlook: The Eagles will try to repeat in the MIAA. Mikey Singer, Andrew Robinson and several others are in the lineup and should give this deep team a shot at a second straight title. 2. Century Last season : No. 2 Postseason: Class 2A state champion Outlook: After winning the Class 2A state title last winter, the Knights lost top performer Julian Woods. They return John Mead and others and remain a dangerous team.
November 8, 2013
The argument that requiring voters to produce identification is racial discrimination is absolutely absurd. My niece recently went to Walmart to exchange an item of clothing that didn't fit properly. She wasn't asking for a refund, just to exchange it for an identical item at the same price in a different size which she found in the store. She was told that without a photo identification they would not exchange it. Should we assume from this that minorities don't patronize Walmart, or at least never have to exchange purchases from there?
November 5, 2013
Friday's upsets cost Dunbar and River Hill their top 25 rankings in the Maryland High School Football Media State Poll for Week 9, which was released Wednesday. Dunbar fell from No. 15 after losing to Edmondson, 14-0, the Poets' first loss to a Maryland public school opponent in two years. River Hill dropped out from No. 17 after suffering its second loss in the past three weeks, 21-3 to Howard. Gilman remained No. 2 behind DeMatha, the unanimous pick for No. 1. McDonogh, with the best record in the state at 10-0, moved up a spot to No. 4 after the previous week's No. 4, Quince Orchard, was upset by Northwest, 35-21.