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September 4, 2001
1. Oakland Mills Last season: 13-4-2 (2000 rank: No. 3) With seven starters back, the Scorpions shoot for a fourth straight state title and their state-leading 12th overall. 2. McDonogh Last season: 23-4 (No. 2) Defending MIAA A Conference champs are young and small, but their skill level is unmatched among area teams. 3. Calvert Hall Last season: 15-4-2 (No. 4) MIAA A Conference runner-up has four returning starters, good size and some scoring prowess. 4. River Hill Last season: 10-5-3 (No. 10)
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | September 5, 2013
One day in early August, McDonogh girls soccer coach Harry Canellakis received several emails that had two common messages. The first was congratulations on the news that his Eagles had been chosen as the No. 1 ranked team in Student Sports' preseason Fab 50 national poll. The second? “A lot of different people, mostly coaching colleagues, were saying quote, unquote: 'No pressure!' “ Canellakis said. The lofty status - the first time a girls soccer team in the Baltimore area had been ranked No. 1 nationally at the start of a season - didn't last long, however, as McDonogh lost its top ranking the following week.
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September 2, 2003
1. Oakland Mills Last season: 12-4, ranked No. 4 After winning their fourth state title in five years, the Class 1A Scorpions are experienced and deep and seeking an unprecedented 13th state title. 2. McDonogh Last season: 19-5-2, No. 3 Seven returning starters and three strong transfers make the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference runner-up Eagles the league's team to beat. 3. River Hill Last season: 16-2-1, No. 2 The defending Class 3A state champion has 10 Olympic Development Program players as it seeks its fifth state title in eight seasons.
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By Edward Lee | September 10, 2012
The last time the Ravens met the Cincinnati Bengals, Cincinnati cornerback Leon Hall was on injured reserve, Chris Crocker was the starting strong safety, and Terence Newman and Jason Allen were earning paychecks in Texas. When the AFC North rivals open their season Monday night at M&T Bank Stadium, the Ravens will introduce themselves to a retooled Bengals secondary. Hall is back from a torn Achilles tendon that sidelined him for the final eight games of 2011, Crocker has been replaced by Taylor Mays, and Newman and Allen were signed in the offseason from the Dallas Cowboys and Houston Texans, respectively.
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September 3, 2008
1. McDonogh Last season: 20-1-3, ranked No. 1 * The defending MIAA A Conference champs have eight players who were part of the Baltimore Casa Mia Bays' under-15 national championship team. 2. River Hill Last season: 16-4, No. 3 * The class 2A state champion is poised to make another run with seven returning starters, including All-Metro selection Jake Pace. 3. Archbishop Curley Last season: 20-5, No. 2 * The Friars, MIAA A Conference runners-up last season, will vie for the top spot with the return of defender Oumar Ballo and goalie John Connolly.
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September 12, 1995
1 Centennial -- The Class 3A state champion Eagles (15-0-2) again will be led by two first-team All-Met players, senior forward Brian West (seven goals, 13 assists) and junior sweeper Ben Stephenson. Junior forward Matt Stephenson was second-team All-Met. All three, as well as junior midfielder Matt Laycock have been members of national pools. The Eagles, who allowed seven goals and had 10 shutouts, have a 14-game winning streak and eight returning starters. They must replace All-Metro Player of the Year Brock Yetso at goalkeeper.
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By Lem Satterfield | September 2, 1999
BALTIMORE CITYArchbishop Curley Friars (17-1-1)Coach: Pep PerrellaOutlook: All-Metros Steve Althoff, Brandon Quaranta and Marco Angelini are among seven returning starters. Santino Quaranta, 14, is already getting consideration for youth national-team play. The Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference runners-up amassed a school-record 16 shutouts and allowed only five goals.Cardinal Gibbons Crusaders (2-13)Coach: John DingleOutlook: Forwards Mike Renes and Colin McBride, along with defender Mike Cromer, are among nine starters back.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Staff Writer | December 4, 1992
Mount Hebron boys basketball coach Scott Robinson worked wonders last year with a team that had no returning starters, winning 17 games and missing a county championship by one game.This season he has two returning starters, but faces perhaps an even more challenging task to remain near the top of the county standings.He has eight returning players, but only one player up from junior varsity.Phil Tonkin, a 6-foot-4 senior center, is one returning starter. He averaged 10.4 points and 5.1 rebounds.
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By RICK BELZ | March 21, 2001
Liberty is once again the team to beat in Carroll County girls lacrosse, although South Carroll and Westminster each have nine returning starters. Last season, the Lions finished with a record of 16-3, having lost in the state final to Severna Park in triple overtime. They return eight starters from that team. Juniors Becky Trumbo, Lindsay Weiner and Meagan Voight made first team All-County for the second straight season. Trumbo is an attacker. Voight and Weiner play midfield. Other returning starters are Sara Scrivener on attack, Crystal Rivas and Laura Sue Cavey at midfield and Colleen Myers and Kelsey Withrow on defense.
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By Lem Satterfield | March 17, 1999
Baltimore CityCardinal Gibbons Crusaders1998 record: 4-17Coach: Lou HolcombTop players: Nick Hoffman, Sr., C; Mark Meyer, Sr., 1B; Justin King, Jr., P-3BOutlook: The Crusaders, of the B Conference, have a thin roster of 14 players, made up mostly sophomores, and a first-year coach.Carver Bears1998 record: 8-7Coach: Terry ThomasTop players: Melvin Lewis, Jr., LF; Hosea Davis, Jr., 2B; Mike Mitchell, Jr., 1B-POutlook: Thomas lists three returning starters among a nice turnout of 25 players "who have lots of enthusiasm."
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By Sandra McKee, The Baltimore Sun | April 13, 2011
Just five teams play rugby as a varsity sport in Maryland because the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association is the only local high school association to sanction the sport. It is also one of just a handful of high school athletic associations around the country to sanction it. Still, the competition among those five teams — Loyola, Archbishop Spalding, Calvert Hall, John Carroll and Mount St. Joseph — can be intense. This season four of them are out to unseat Loyola, which has won three consecutive titles.
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By Sports Digest | October 31, 2010
COLLEGES Returning starters dominant in Terps' intrasquad scrimmage Two returning starters — Jordan Williams (24 points, 12 rebounds) and Sean Mosley (25 points, 10 assists, seven rebounds) — led the way in Maryland's intrasquad scrimmage Saturday. Senior Adrian Bowie had 24 points and Dino Gregory had 16 points and 14 rebounds. "I think for starting off with two weeks of practice, we're on schedule for as good as we can be right now," Terps coach Gary Williams said.
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By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | October 6, 2010
River Hill lineman Danny Gibbs has a lot of responsibility resting on his shoulders this season as the only starter returning to the offensive line of the No. 7 Hawks a year after they advanced to the state Class 3A semifinals. A 6-foot, 240-pound offensive tackle and defensive end, Gibbs worked with a personal trainer over the summer to be in the best shape he could for his senior year with the Hawks (4-1). Gibbs, a straight-A student, is also involved with the Future Business Leaders of America, the Student Government Association and the Young Democrats of River Hill.
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Peter Schmuck | July 24, 2010
It has been nearly four months since the Orioles were any semblance of the team that was hoping to turn a competitive corner this year, but maybe the time has arrived to see what you've been missing. Brian Roberts, Luke Scott and Michael Gonzalez all have returned from the disabled list over the past week, and catcher Matt Wieters is expected back as early as Sunday, which will bring the Orioles as close to full strength as they are likely to get this season. Does that mean they'll suddenly morph into a formidable team that can truly compete in the American League East?
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September 3, 2008
1. McDonogh Last season: 20-1-3, ranked No. 1 * The defending MIAA A Conference champs have eight players who were part of the Baltimore Casa Mia Bays' under-15 national championship team. 2. River Hill Last season: 16-4, No. 3 * The class 2A state champion is poised to make another run with seven returning starters, including All-Metro selection Jake Pace. 3. Archbishop Curley Last season: 20-5, No. 2 * The Friars, MIAA A Conference runners-up last season, will vie for the top spot with the return of defender Oumar Ballo and goalie John Connolly.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | September 17, 1996
In light of the rainy weather and slippery playing conditions, neither Bel Air nor Wilde Lake seemed particularly upset about yesterday's 1-1 tie at Wilde Lake.No. 5 Bel Air (1-0-1), the Class 3A state runner-up, and No. 8 Wilde Lake (0-0-1), the Class 2A state runner-up, each has a large number of returning starters and both expect to have strong seasons."Anytime you are playing on the road and under these conditions you are supposed to be happy with a tie," Bel Air coach Bill Jefferson said.
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