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By From Sun staff reports | January 12, 2010
Talen Watson scored 26 points and Sheronne Vails had 14 points, three steals and two blocks, while Briana McKellery added six points and 13 rebounds, as No. 11 Arundel (8-2) upset No. 5 Seton Keough (8-6), 58-53 on Monday night. "This was an action-packed game," said Arundel's assistant coach, Donna McGowan. "We came out strong defensively at the beginning, had a lapse in the second quarter but finished strong." No. 7 River Hill 74, Atholton 48: Senior guard Shantrel Oliver had 26 points and seven assists as the Hawks (10-1)
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May 19, 2014
The Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland has announced its all-conference track and field team: Caitlin Alley, Seton Keough, 100 Meter Hurdles, 4x200 Meter Relay Caroline Arnold, Mount de Sales, 4x800 Meter Relay Paget Barranco, McDonogh, 4x100 Meter Relay Clare Basil, Mount de Sales, 4x800 Meter Relay Jasmine Brown, Maryvale, High Jump Cecilia Craig, Mount de Sales, 4x400 Meter Relay Danielle Edwards, McDonogh, 100 Meter...
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By From Sun Staff and News Services | March 10, 2011
Fourth-ranked Seton Keough did its best Thursday to slow down St. John's (D.C.), which collected two titles in the past 10 days, but it wasn't enough in the opening round of the Bishop Walsh Invitational Tournament in Cumberland. Ranked No. 22 in the nation by USA Today, the Cadets (31-2) used their run-and-gun offense to build a 19-9 lead in the first quarter and didn't let the Gators (20-9) get closer than nine as they won, 75-53. Seton Keough kept switching defenses to try to slow the Cadets, who shot 50 percent in the game.
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From Sun staff reports | April 16, 2014
Zach Domenech went the distance, gave up two hits, walked three and struck out five as he extended his streak to 20 2/3 innings without giving up an earned run, and Severn beat host Friends, 10-1, in baseball on Wednesday. The Admirals (9-3, 6-0 Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference) extended their winning streak to eight games and led 4-0 after the first inning. Ricky Treanor (2-for-4) had a home run, two runs scored and two RBIs for Severn. The Quakers fell to 4-3, 3-3. No. 8 Archbishop Curley 5, Old Mill 0: Winner Jordan Menfee had 11 strikeouts and the Friars (9-6)
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By Todd Karpovich and For The Baltimore Sun | April 1, 2013
Eastern Tech scored two runs in the bottom of the eighth inning to knock off the defending Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A conference champion, Seton Keough, 3-2, on Monday morning. The victory, coupled with a pair of losses by last week's top-ranked team, Chesapeake-Anne Arundel, propelled Eastern Tech into the top spot of the Baltimore Sun poll. Eastern Tech's Jordan Cargile pitched a complete game, allowing just one earned run on six hits with 11 strikeouts and a walk.
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By Jeff Seidel, Special To The Baltimore Sun | December 12, 2010
Seton Keough and Digital Harbor both got plenty of chances at the free-throw line Saturday night, but it was the Gators who made the most of their opportunities. No. 2 Seton Keough made 25 of 32 free throws and had four players score in double figures to pull out a 63-54 victory over No. 7 Digital Harbor at the 5th Annual Breezy Bishop Showcase at Poly. The Gators converted 10 of 11 free throws in the second quarter en route to a 28-21 halftime lead. Seton Keough (3-2) then sank 12 of 15 from the line in the fourth quarter to clinch the victory.
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By Mike Frainie, Special to The Baltimore Sun | October 2, 2010
Seniors Hannah Schmidt and Caroline Casey have helped Mount de Sales win the past two Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference volleyball championships. Thanks to their leadership Saturday at Mount de Sales' homecoming, the Sailors took a big step towards a third one. Schmidt and Casey both contributed big plays, and — along with junior Taylor Beaumont — led the third ranked Sailors (5-1, 4-0) to a 25-18, 15-25, 25-13, 25-17 victory over No. 7 Seton Keough (7-2, 6-1)
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From Sun staff reports | January 5, 2012
The host McDonogh girls basketball team found itself trailing Seton Keough at the half, but the No. 3 Eagles regrouped in the second half behind Tiersa Winder and won their 10th straight game, 49-42, on Wednesday. McDonogh (12-1) stayed perfect in Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference play at 4-0. Winder had 11 points. Taylor Cummings added nine points and six steals, and Hannah Rees had nine points and eight blocks. No. 5 Glenelg 83, Wilde Lake 14: The Gladiators (10-0)
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By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | January 4, 2011
The 5-foot-9 guard led the No. 2 Gators to four wins last week, coming up especially big in a 66-59 win over River Mill (N.C.) for the championship of their bracket at the Boo Williams Tournament in Virginia Beach. Singletary, named the Most Valuable Player in the bracket, scored 22 points — including five 3-pointers — and had five steals and three assists. She hit three 3-pointers and scored 11 points in the second quarter to help the Gators extend a 19-16 first-quarter lead. For the week, she averaged 12 points, five steals and five rebounds as the Gators also beat Archbishop Carroll of Washington 57-35 at the Holly-N-Hoops Tournament; and Heritage (Va.)
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By Todd Karpovich, Special to The Baltimore Sun | March 27, 2012
Seton Keough pitcher Robi Zimmerman only needed 14 pitches in the first two innings to set the tone against two-time defending champion Archbishop Spalding in the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland opener Tuesday. Zimmerman focused on throwing strikes and allowed her defense to make plays, leading the fourth-ranked Gators to a 1-0 victory over the No. 3 Cavaliers in Severn. Zimmerman pitched a complete game, allowing just two hits with one walk and four strikeouts on 66 pitches.
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By Todd Karpovich, For The Baltimore Sun | April 12, 2014
Top-ranked Eastern Tech has a simple strategy this season: stake pitcher Jordan Cargile with an early lead and force teams to try to mount a comeback against the ace pitcher. So far, that plan has worked perfectly. The host Mavericks passed one of their toughest tests Saturday against No. 5 and previously undefeated Seton Keough, cruising to an 8-0 victory. Cargile, the 2013 Baltimore Sun Player of the Year, picked up her seventh shutout of the season and did not allow a hit until the seventh inning.
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From Sun staff reports | March 29, 2014
Kelly Lynch followed up Thursday's one-hitter with a no-hitter Friday. The right-handed starter walked four and struck out six as the visiting No. 6 Seton Keough softball team shut out No. 9 Archbishop Spalding, 10-0. The Gators (2-0, 2-0 Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference) beat John Carroll, 15-0, on Thursday. The Cavaliers fell to 1-1, 1-1. "[Lynch] wasn't hitting her spots as much today with the four walks, but she's a good pitcher," coach Chuck Snee said.
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By Katherine Dunn | February 10, 2014
McDonogh, Severn and St. Timothy's went undefeated through their respective A, B and C Conference schedules this winter and are top seeded as the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland basketball tournaments get into full swing Tuesday. McDonogh, ranked No. 1 in The Baltimore Sun's Top 15, is aiming for its second A Conference title in three years after going 14-0 in the conference with eight of those wins over teams ranked in The Sun's Top 12. No. 3 Roland Park, 12-2 in the conference after dropping its only conference games to McDonogh, is seeded second with No. 5 St. Vincent Pallotti (9-5)
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By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | December 21, 2013
With six freshmen on the roster, Seton Keough's girls basketball team is a work in progress, and the No. 13 Gators took another significant step Saturday. In a game they led by 12 points with two and a half minutes left, the Gators held off a furious rally from No. 11 Catonsville to take a 35-30 victory and win the first Catonsville Cup. The visiting Gators (2-3) earned their neighborhood bragging rights with a 9-0 third-quarter run that provided just enough separation to hang on at the end. Junior Jade Porter, who led all scorers with 11 points, had five of her seven rebounds during the run and hit a follow shot to begin the quarter and give Seton Keough a 26-21 lead.
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By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | December 6, 2013
Catonsville will host an afternoon of high school basketball along with Seton Keough and Mount St. Joseph on Dec. 21 to benefit The Kropfelder Foundation for Melanoma Education and Research. Comets girls basketball coach Mike Mohler had been friends since high school with David Kropfelder, who died of melanoma in 2003. Kropfelder was a three-sport athlete at Mount St. Joseph and is in the Gaels Hall of Fame. He was a standout in soccer, basketball and baseball, Mohler said. “David was two years ahead of me at Mt. St. Joe,” Mohler said.
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The Baltimore Sun | August 6, 2013
The Riviera Beach Spirit 16-and-under fastpitch softball team won the United States Specialty Sports Association Eastern World Series on Saturday in Salisbury. Howard rising senior Courtney Merson was named the overall Most Valuable Player of the tournament, while Glen Burnie rising senior Jessica Robinson was selected as the offensive MVP. The Spirit went 9-0 in the five-day event, outscoring its opponents, 77-7. In addition to Merson and Robinson, Spirit players included: Northeast's Brooke Steinbach, Sabrina Gordon, Mindy Weisgerber and Sarah Kriewald; Chesapeake-AA's Emily Kirby; Seton Keough's Amber Cosgrove and Morgan Scardina; McDonogh's Wendy Folfas and Carliana Folfas; and Long Reach's Christina Doshim.
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By Sandra McKee and The Baltimore Sun | October 25, 2012
Seton Keough heads into Tuesday's Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland B Conference field hockey playoffs as the No. 1 seed, an unfamiliar spot, to say the least. The Gators (16-3-2 overall, 11-0 in conference) won their last championship in 1994 -- before the IAAM was formed. Seven years ago, they were at the bottom of the B Conference standings. Then along came coach Tom Jester, who initially came to the school to help coach the junior varsity in an effort to save the program his daughter was playing in. The rest, as they say, is history as Jester was drafted into the varsity head coaching position six years ago and has worked to improve the team's record every year.
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From Sun staff reports | December 15, 2012
Lindsey Edwards scored a game-high 18 points as No. 12 Roland Park upset No.5 Seton Keough, 71-54, in an Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference girls basketball game Friday. Jaia Alexander added 14 points for the visiting Reds (2-4), and Hollie Booker and Aliyah Wilson each scored 17 points for the Gators (3-3). Roland Park led 34-25 at the half. N o. 3 Archbishop Spalding 48, Mercy 28: Jade Scaife and Torri Chestnut each scored 11 points to power the host Cavaliers (6-0)
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By Jeff Seidel and For The Baltimore Sun | June 7, 2013
Caitlin Alley, Seton Keough, junior Erin Causey, Hereford, junior Kristen Fawole, Long Reach, senior Rebeka Holt, Western Tech, junior Alex Howell, Westminster, sophomore Brianna Jacobs, McDonogh, junior Allison Krein, River Hill, sophomore Izzy Laurel, South Carroll, junior Nichelle McMillan, Meade, senior Valerie Mizansky, North Carroll, senior Kara Patrice, Liberty, sophomore Tabitha Pyatt, Poly, junior...
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By Todd Karpovich and For The Baltimore Sun | June 7, 2013
Jordan Cargile Eastern Tech, junior, pitcher Cargile led the No. 1 Mavericks to an appearance in the state championship game for the first time in school history after allowing just three hits with six strikeouts and one walk in a 6-1 victory over Damascus in the Class 3A state semifinal on May 21. She also retired 14 of the final 16 batters she faced at Bachman Sports Complex. Cargile had a 21-1 record and 0.74 ERA for the Mavericks this season, including 12 shutouts.
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