Sports

St. Frances Academy primed to win third straight BCL tournament

Bolstered by the last two Players of the Year in the Baltimore Catholic League, St. Frances Academy is primed to take its third straight BCL tournament, an affair that concludes March 1 at Loyola University Maryland’s Reitz Arena.
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IND maintains its winning touch against Mercy in ‘The Game’ 

While the Penguins, who play in the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference, came in with a 2-18 record and six straight losses, their winning streak in “The Game” continued. IND has now beaten Mercy (10-8 overall ) seven straight years.
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Loyola University produces Baltimore Catholic League pioneer

Last season, Kara Hunter became the first woman to officiate in the BCL tournament.
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Faith always in first place for Catholic high school’s Hall of Fame coach

Wootten led his teams to national prominence while teaching his players to prioritize God, family, school and basketball in that order.
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Calvert Hall rolls to 33-10 victory over Loyola Blakefield in 100th Turkey Bowl 

Calvert Hall rose to the occasion of the 100th Turkey Bowl Nov. 28 at sold-out Johnny Unitas Stadium, where the Cardinals rode the big plays of senior Cole Herbert and a ground game led by classmate Sean Tucker to a 33-10 rout of Loyola Blakefield. 
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Turkey Bowl hits 100: Calvert Hall-Loyola Blakefield more than a just game

The football teams from Calvert Hall College High School and Loyola Blakefield meet for the 100th time Thanksgiving Day, but when it comes to the pomp and circumstance preceding the Turkey Bowl, collaboration trumps territorial tendencies.
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Calvert Hall’s depth, quality dominate MIAA cross country

After dominating the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association cross country championships Nov. 5, Owen Johnson and his Calvert Hall teammates had an unconventional warm-down.
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Nats fans on World Series: Baltimore in our title, but D.C. in our hearts 

D.C. team loyalty can be hard to shake, according to Washington Nationals fans in the Archdiocese of Baltimore.
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Mount de Sales enjoying a stellar fall sports season

While volleyball has gotten the most attention, it is one of just four teams from Mount de Sales Academy in Catonsville enjoying strong fall seasons.
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Mercy High opens $4.3 million artificial turf athletic complex 

“This opens up new opportunities and new beginnings for faculty and student-athletes,” Burnett said. 
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Fifty years after first making mark at Curley, Hoffman eyes finish line

Gene Hoffman will make his 46th full school year at Archbishop Curley High School in Baltimore his last.
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