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From Sun staff reports | March 2, 2013
Erik Etherly and Robert Olson both scored 23 points, and Anthony Winbush finished with a career-best 20, but it was not enough to counteract the game-high 35 put up by Iona's Lamont Jones, as the Gaels defeated Loyola, 90-86, on Friday night. Iona (16-13, 10-7 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference) shot 76 percent from the field in the second half, making 19 of 25 shots after the break, and Jones made all seven of his attempts in the final 20 minutes. Olson tied the game at 36 9.8 seconds before the half with a 3-pointer from the left side off an assist by R.J. Williams.
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By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | February 27, 2013
Going into Wednesday night's Class 3A North regional basketball semifinal, the Aberdeen girls figured they could run against Digital Harbor, but they still had to counter the Rams' inside game. When two of Digital's top three inside threats got into foul trouble in the second quarter and All-Metro forward A'Lexus Harrison had to sit with three fouls, No. 2 Aberdeen ran away with a 74-40 victory. "One of our main goals is to get their good people out of the game, then we can take over," Eagles senior guard Jimmia McCluskey said.
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By Wesley Case, The Baltimore Sun | February 22, 2013
The old cliche that hip-hop headliners never take the stage on time was true on Thursday night at Rams Head Live. TheĀ Gaithersburg-born rapper Wale, the area's most prominent hip-hop artist on a national level, took the stage around midnight, an hour after he was scheduled to perform. But according to Wale, the delay wasn't his fault. At 11:51 p.m., Wale took to his Twitter account to inform fans he had just arrived after his professional driver was pulled over by police on the way to the venue.
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By Jeff Seidel, For The Baltimore Sun | February 20, 2013
The Digital Harbor starting five certainly did its part in Wednesday's Baltimore City Division I girls basketball championship game. A'Lexus Harrison, Tye Smith, Miqueara Lewis, Infiniti Alston and Jaida Scarborough combined to play almost the entire game against No. 7 City. Harrison led the way with 19 points and 16 rebounds, but everyone pitched in as No. 5 Digital Harbor won, 60-43, in the title game at Baltimore City Community College. Digital Harbor coach Patrick McDonald kept the starters in for all but about four minutes in the game, and each one helped out. Smith added 16 points and six assists, while Lewis had 12 points and nine rebounds.
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By Wesley Case, The Baltimore Sun | January 30, 2013
At the halfway point of recording "The Lion, the Beast, the Beat" - Grace Potter and the Nocturnals' fourth album, released last June - things seemed to be progressing smoothly. The band's hybrid of blues, rock and folk sounded locked-in and tight, co-producer Jim Scott was capturing the group's live intensity on tape and executives at Hollywood Records were happy with early material. So when Potter, the band's leader and primary songwriter, halted recording at the end of 2011, it was a major shock to everyone involved.
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From Sun staff reports | January 29, 2013
Emmanuel Toney scored 24 points and Austin Nwosu added 15 as Annapolis Area Christian School (12-5) upset No. 12 Boys Latin (18-4), 71-55, in Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference boys basketball Monday. The visiting Lakers took an early lead behind Colin Heacock (15 points), Casey Rees (14) and Blair Brooks (12), but in the second half, the Eagles took control and maintained an eight- to 10-point lead until the both coaches cleared their benches with about two minutes left.
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By Glenn Graham and The Baltimore Sun | January 24, 2013
The Digital Harbor boys basketball team has been known to round into form late in the season to make a strong playoff push, winning consecutive state titles in 2009 and 2010 in that manner. Coach Johnnie Grimes is hoping the 17th annual Basketball Academy can provide a springboard for a similar run. So far, so good. The Rams got 18 points from sophomore guard William Robinson, played stingy zone defense and hit 19-of-22 free throws to come away with a 55-45 win over Woodlawn in the event's opening night Thursday at Morgan State.
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By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | January 15, 2013
The race for the top spot in Baltimore City Division I girls basketball likely will come down to three teams - Poly, Digital Harbor and City - so when Digital Harbor started pulling away from City on Tuesday, the Rams wanted to keep rolling, because a big early margin could make all the difference. No. 5 Digital Harbor ran up as much as a 25-point lead midway through the third quarter, and it needed most of it to hold on for a 61-53 win following a late surge from No. 11 and previously undefeated City.
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January 1, 2013
After leading the No. 5 Rams to the championship of the Island Division at the Bojangles Carolina Invitational in Charleston, S.C. last week, the senior was named tournament Most Valuable Player. She averaged 10 points, six rebounds and two blocks in victories over Goose Creek, S.C., 39-36; St. John the Baptist, N.Y., 48-39, and Ashley, S.C., 50-39. A 6-foot-1 forward and team captain who has signed with Delaware State, Lewis led a balanced Rams team to an 8-1 record with the wins over three teams that had a combined 31-4 record.
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Staff Reports | December 1, 2012
Baltimore County Police say an officer was injured early Saturday morning - and a 16-year-old is being being charged as an adult with attempted murder - following a pursuit in the Towson area involving a stolen minivan. Police say on Dec. 1 at about 1:27 a.m., an officer spotted a 2003 white Dodge Caravan on Bristol Road near Stoneleigh Road without its headlights on, and stopped the vehicle. After stopping, the driver in the minivan reversed and rammed into the front of the police car while the officer was still inside, then drove off toward Stoneleigh Road, according to police reports.
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