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By Craig Clary, Baltimore Sun Media Group | September 7, 2012
Catonsville running back Joseth Hylton is only 5 feet 7, 160 pounds, but he came up big when he scored on a 2-yard run with 27 seconds left in regulation to give No. 7 Catonsville a thrilling 28-21 victory over host Perry Hall. "This team is like my family so I'm going to do whatever it takes to get the win," said Hylton, who ran behind right tackle Mason Klompus and right guard Zack Delker. "I'm kind of small, so I just tried to squeeze in there. " Hylton also had a 26-yard run on the 11-play, 73-yard drive that began with 5:12 remaining.
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By Michael Blouse, Special to Tribune Newspapers | May 14, 2012
Joe Cummings and Maryland ruined Lehigh's first appearance in the NCAA Division I men's lacrosse tournament. Cummings (Loyola) scored with six seconds left Sunday night to advance the unseeded Terps, who celebrated a 10-9 victory over Lehigh in a first-round game before an announced 2,278, a Lehigh record, at Ulrich Sports Complex. The Patriot League champion Mountain Hawks furiously rallied from a five-goal deficit to take an 8-6 lead into the final quarter, but Cummings' heroics ended the thriller.
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By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | April 26, 2012
C. Milton Wright's girls lacrosse team had several leads against North Harford in Thursday night's key Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference game, but the No. 11 Mustangs couldn't put the Hawks away until the final three seconds of overtime. Abby Smucker rolled the crease and scored the game-winner in a 12-11 victory over the No. 14 Hawks as time ticked away in the six-minute overtime period. It was the fifth straight victory for the Mustangs over North Harford, and it boosted them into sole possession of first place in the UCBAC Chesapeake Division.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | April 4, 2012
The Towson men's lacrosse team is beginning to make a habit out of rallying from fourth-quarter deficits. For the second straight game, the Tigers dug themselves out of a hole with four unanswered goals in the final eight minutes to outlast visiting UMBC, 12-11, before an announced 1,362 at Johnny Unitas Stadium in Towson on Wednesday night. Sophomore midfielder Thomas DeNapoli had a team-high four points on three goals and one assist, senior midfielder Carl Iacona added three goals and junior goalkeeper Andrew Wascavage turned aside a career-best 17 shots to help Towson (7-3)
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By Nelson Coffin, Towson Times | March 27, 2012
Four-time defending state champion Hereford became the first Baltimore County public school in recent memory to beat a rival from the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference, stunning St. Paul's, 11-10, with 49 seconds remaining in overtime Tuesday night in Parkton. Junior attackman Joe Seider finished a feed from sophomore attackman Jason Ashwood on a fast break started by senior defenseman Austin Brown, who had intercepted a pass just outside the St. Paul's box and hustled across midfield.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | February 25, 2012
An opportunity to repeat as Baltimore Catholic League champion didn't come easy to the John Carroll boys basketball team. In Friday's quarterfinal against St. Maria Goretti, the No. 3 Patriots needed three overtime periods to advance. In Saturday's semifinal against St. Frances, they got a free throw from senior forward Jarred Jones with .3 of a second on the clock to come away with a controversial 42-41 win over the No. 10 Panthers at Stevenson University in Owings Mills. It's the eighth straight time John Carroll has gotten the better of St. Frances over the past two seasons.
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | January 23, 2012
Terrell Suggs stood on the sideline, and the man who is never at a loss for words could only mouth the words “Oh, my God.” Ray Rice and Torrey Smith said nothing, choosing instead to stare straight ahead and wonder in silence how a long football season full of legitimate Super Bowl aspirations could possibly end like this. Fourteen yards from the end zone and a Super Bowl berth, and seemingly in position for no worse than a game-tying field goal that would force overtime, the Ravens watched two potential touchdown passes get broken up, and then Billy Cundiff pushed a 32-yard field goal wide left with 15 seconds remaining.
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By Rich Scherr, Special to The Baltimore Sun | November 6, 2011
Even when all seemed lost for Poly on Saturday afternoon, quarterback Darrell Milburn found a way to make magic. Appearing down for the count late in the fourth quarter against arch-rival City, the No. 5 Engineers twice stopped the Knights on critical fourth-down plays, then drove for a pair of touchdowns in the final 2:23, including Milburn's one-yard pass to fullback Priestly Shuler with 9 seconds left to pull out a 22-16 win before an announced 10,683...
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | April 16, 2011
The payback tour of 2011 rolls on for the Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse team. After avenging last year's losses to Virginia and North Carolina, the No. 3 Blue Jays made amends for a 10-9 loss to Maryland last season by edging the No. 7 Terps, 12-11, in overtime before a rain-drenched 8,072 at Byrd Stadium in College Park Saturday night. Three seconds after a one-minute slashing penalty against Terps senior defenseman Ryder Bohlander had ended, Johns Hopkins senior attackman Kyle Wharton faked a shot from the right wing, stepped to his left, and put his shot over redshirt freshman goalkeeper Niko Amato for the game-winner with 16 seconds left in the extra session.
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By From Sun staff reports | February 12, 2011
A wild finish saw Loyola nearly pull out a win against Niagara on Friday at Reitz Arena, but the Greyhounds missed a layup in the final seconds and Niagara won, 59-57. Loyola falls to 12-12 overall and 8-6 in Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference play, while Niagara improves to 6-20 and 3-11 in the MAAC. The Greyhounds led  by one point with 43 seconds remaining, but a layup by Anthony Nelson (20 points) gave Niagara the lead with 15 seconds to go. The back-and-forth game featured 13 lead changes and five ties.
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