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By Chris Reilly | March 7, 2010
No. 11 Dunbar hit six straight free throws late in the fourth quarter to secure a 48-43 victory over visiting Surrattsville in the Class 1A South regional championship Saturday, earning the Poets a trip to the University of Maryland's Comcast Center for a state semifinal game at 3 p.m. Friday. Senior Derrell Edwards scored nine of his game-high 22 points in the fourth quarter for the Poets, maintaining his reputation of being their go-to guy down the stretch. "This whole season, my brother told me it's not about how you start, but how you finish," Edwards said.
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By Katherine Dunn | November 10, 2013
The pairings for next weekend's regional semifinal football playoffs are now official after Sunday morning's state seeding meeting. Games will kick off Friday or Saturday with teams aiming for the state finals Dec. 5, 6 and 7 at M&T Bank Stadium. Unlike other sports in which the matchups are previously determined for the state semifinals, the regional football champions will be reseeded based on their regular-season points averages, with the points leaders playing at home in the state semifinals.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,Staff Writer | November 10, 1993
Playoff jitters hit No. 6 Glenelg last night, but not for long.The top-seeded Gladiators (14-2) struggled with their hitting and serving early, and Surrattsville took advantage of the mistakes.But once the Gladiators' offense clicked, it wasn't long before Surrattsville (10-6) was back on the bus for its 90-minute trip home to Prince George's County.Glenelg finished off the Hornets, 15-8, 15-8, 15-1, in a Class 2A South regional volleyball semifinal.Tomorrow, the Gladiators will play host to the winner of yesterday's Great Mills-Fairmont Heights match for the right to advance to next week's state semifinals.
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By Katherine Dunn and The Baltimore Sun | February 28, 2013
All four defending state champions advanced to this weekend's girls basketball regional finals -- Aberdeen, Dunbar, Gaithersburg and Calvert -- and times have been set for the title games. The winners advance to next week's state semifinals at UMBC. Class 3A champ and No. 2 Aberdeen will take on No. 7 City, which is coming off a 66-57 upset of No. 4 Milford Mill, a regional finalist last season. Tipoff in their North region final is 6 p.m. Friday at Aberdeen Class 1A champ Dunbar will host Surrattsville on Friday at 5 p.m. in the North region.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Staff Writer | May 24, 1992
WESTMINSTER -- Glenelg swallowed a large dose of heartbreak when it lost the state Class 2A boys track meet to Surrattsville, 57-55 1/2 , on the meet's final event yesterday.It came down to the 1,600-meter relay. Surrattsville finished first in that event, earning the deciding 10 team points. Glenelg, despite posting a team-best time, was third for six points.A victory would have clinched a triple crown of sorts for Glenelg, which already had won state titles in boys cross country and indoor track.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,Special to The Sun | March 5, 1994
Surrattsville coach Jim Butler says that any one of his top three guards is capable of lifting his play to another level and taking over a game.Last night against host Glenelg, it was Frank Wilkes' turn.Wilkes, a 6-foot-4 guard, scored a game-high 23 points to lead the offense, and provided plenty of help on defense, as sixth-seeded Surrattsville of Prince George's County upended the second-seeded Gladiators with a 73-58 win.Surrattsville advances to tonight's regional final against fourth-seeded Potomac, which defeated top seed Atholton last night.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | March 1, 1996
A narrow margin separated Hammond (16-9) and Surrattsville (17-7) in a Class 2A South region semifinal at Hammond last night.It was Surrattsville's superior quickness, ability to take care of the ball and more aggressive offensive style that led to the Falcons' 50-43 victory.They forced 17 Hammond turnovers while making just six themselves.And they drove the lanes picking up fouls, going to the line 13 more times than Hammond."We played about as good as we can except for some stupid turnovers," Hammond center Karl Friedheim said.
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By Stan Rappaport and Stan Rappaport,SUN STAFF | March 2, 1999
Centennial got key contributions from a number of players and made the plays it needed to at the end to hold off Surrattsville, 61-59, last night in a Class 2A South quarterfinal at Centennial.The 13th-ranked Eagles (22-3) will play host to Mount Hebron (18-6) in a semifinal Thursday night. The Vikings, who routed visiting Fairmont Heights, 69-29, last night, have fallen twice to Centennial this season, losing late leads in both games.Centennial senior forward Tia Richardson was quiet for much of the game but scored five of the Eagles' final seven points and assisted Ashley Evans' basket that proved to be the game-winner.
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By Pat Overton and Pat Overton,Contributing Writer | May 22, 1993
CLINTON -- It has not been the best year for the Northeast baseball team, having gone 10-10 and just barely reaching the Maryland Class 2A playoffs.But yesterday Harry Lentz's Eagles looked like a team going for its third straight state title. The Eagles defeated Region III No. 1 seed Surrattsville, 6-2, at Cosca Regional Park in Prince George's County.Northeast advances to today's region final at Damascus, an 11-2 winner over Rockville in yesterday's other region semifinal.Northeast got its offense from the bottom of the order as No. 9 hitter Scott Taylor had two hits and drove in five runs, including a three-run homer that broke the game open in the fourth inning.
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By Derek Toney and Derek Toney,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 16, 1997
COLLEGE PARK -- In its semifinal victory over Wheaton of Montgomery County, Milford Mill showed signs of wearing down. But being just one win away from their third state championship of this decade, the No. 12 Millers came out for last night's Class 2A title game looking rested and ready.Ready or not, it probably wouldn't have made a difference.Surrattsville of Prince George's County ran Milford Mill completely and convincingly out of Cole Field House, 72-45.Earl Elam and Harvey Thomas led Surrattsville (21-6)
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From Sun staff reports | March 3, 2012
Defending Class 1A state champion Dunbar used a pressure man-to-man defense and got off to its best start of the season Friday, scoring 40 points in the first half to beat Surrattsville, 68-46, in the Class1A South regional final. Michelle Wright led the No. 4 Poets (17-5) with 38 points, 15 rebounds and four blocked shots. Shylia Buie added 15 points, seven assists and four steals. Jasmine Hill had 22 points for the Hornets (17-6). Dunbar led 40-15 at the half. With the win, Dunbar goes to the state semifinals for the seventh time since 2000 and will be looking for its sixth state championship.
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From Sun staff reports | March 1, 2012
Defending Class 1A state champion and No. 4 Dunbar continued its march to the state finals at UMBC's RAC Arena on Wednesday. Michelle Wright scored a game-high 17 points and the host Poets beat Northwestern, 57-27, in a Class 1A South regional semifinal. The Poets (16-6) will face the winner of Ben Franklin-Masonville's game with Surrattsville in Saturday's regional final. No. 14 Century 58, Walkersville 40: Alice Mercer scored 19 points and Jamie Clark added 16 to power the host Knights (22-3)
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Sun Staff report | February 24, 2012
Following are results from Day 1 of the regional wrestling tournaments held Friday, as provided by the respective tournament directors. (For the story and results from Class 4A-3A Eaast, click here .)   Class 2A-1A South Region Team Scores 1. Glenelg 59.0 2. Patuxent 49.0 3. Oakland Mills 41.0 4. Marriotts Ridge 33.0 5. Southern AA 33.0 6. McDonough 32.0 7. Lackey 30.5 8. Poolesville 26.0 9. Calvert 22.0 10. Gwynn Park 14.0 11. Surrattsville 14.0 12. Forestville Military Academy 6.0 13. Long Reach 5.0 14. Wheaton 0.0 For weight class brackets, click here .   Class 2A-1A North Region 1 93.50 Owings Mills 2 58.00 Loch Raven 58.00 Sparrows Point 4 50.00 Pikesville 5 45.00 Edmondson 6 33.00 Northwestern 7 30.00 Dundalk 8 26.50 Western STES 9 26.00 New Town 26.00 Overlea 11 25.00 Carver 12 22.00 Carver Vo-Tech 13 20.00 Lansdowne 14 11.00 W.E.B.
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By Katherine Dunn and The Baltimore Sun | February 8, 2012
The threat of a little snow Wednesday afternoon has postponed several athletic events, including all of the regional dual meet wrestling tournaments held locally. By 2 p.m., Baltimore, Carroll, Harford and Howard counties had called off all after-school activities. The following postponed westling meets will be made up Thursday at 5:30 p.m.: Class 2A-1A West at Winters Mill, involving Middletown, Mountain Ridge and Catoctin.   Class 2A-1A South at Glenelg, involving Oakland Mills, Poolesville and Surrattsville.
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By Sandra McKee and The Baltimore Sun | February 7, 2012
The match-ups for Wednesday's Maryland Public Secondary School's Regional Wrestling Duals are set. The region semifinal begin at 5:30 p.m. at each of eight sites listed below with the teams competing in each region. That match will be followed by the finals at 7:30 p.m. The Region champions will advance to the State Semifinals and Finals at North Point HS Saturday. The first round begins at noon, with the state dual championship match to follow. 2012 Dual Meet Wrestling Region Tournament Class 4A/3A West -- at Springbrook HS #1 Springbrook (14-0)
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By Katherine Dunn | November 20, 2011
Only 16 teams are still playing after the MIAA champions and the regional champions have been crowned. Next weekend's eight state semifinals lead up to the grand finale, the state championships at M&T Bank Stadium. A lot happened over the past weekend in just a few games, so here's a look at some of the numbers that stood out: 1 Team in MIAA history to win back-to-back titles in difference conferences - Annapolis Area Christian School, which won the B Conference title this season and the C Conference title last year 2 Overtimes needed for Gilman to beat Calvert Hall, 34-32, in the MIAA A Conference final 2 Teams to score more than 8 points on Dunbar this fall 3 Yard total rushing difference between River Hill (235 yards)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | March 15, 1997
COLLEGE PARK -- With about three minutes left in last night's Class 2A state semifinal, City's first-year coach Daryl Wade knelt before his players' bench and twice pounded his fist on the floor of the University of Maryland's Cole Field House.His team had picked the worst night to have one of its worst games, a 68-53 loss to Surrattsville (20-6) of Prince George's County, which earned the Hornets the right to face Baltimore County's Milford Mill at 6 p.m. today.The No. 20 Knights (15-10)
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By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | November 19, 2011
Ask Dunbar's football players how they stay motivated in a lopsided regional championship romp, and they likely all will say the same thing: another state title. The defending state Class 1A champs earned their ninth straight trip to the state semifinals and another 1A South regional crown with a 50-6 win over Surrattsville Saturday afternoon at Poly. They move on to face undefeated Overlea in next weekend's final four. "Getting to the semifinals, you've got to keep the train moving, keep the engine going," Poets lineman Dariz Hill said.
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November 19, 2011
REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS   4A West Quince Orchard 23, Winston Churchill 20   4A South C.H. Flowers (8-3) at Suitland (10-1), Saturday 1 p.m. 4A North Catonsville 28, Poly 18    4A East Old Mill 28, North Point 7 3A West Thomas Johnson 42, Damascus 6   3A South Huntingtown 34, Westlake 7   3A North   Aberdeen 38, North Harford 20   3A East River Hill 21, Atholton 12   2A West Middletown 27, Walkersville 21 2A South   Frederick Douglass 40, Glenelg 20   2A North   Edmondson (7-4)
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