Sports

Seniors go the distance to attend St. Maria Goretti in Hagerstown

Two senior athletes at St. Maria Goretti High School in Hagerstown exemplify the regional nature of the institution.
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Changed landscape: Girls’ athletic programs at Catholic high schools elevate their game

The annual showcase basketball game between the Institute of Notre Dame and Mercy High School serves as another reminder of how far athletics have come at Catholic girls’ high schools.
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Thanks to Coach Clatchey, Mount St. Joseph alums dot the basketball map

The University of Maryland men’s basketball team which plays in Baltimore Dec. 8 includes two starters from Mount St. Joseph High, where coach Pat Clatchey has built a distinctive record of success.
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Mount de Sales goes the distance to historic IAAM cross country title 

Mount de Sales Academy celebrates its 2018 IAAM A Conference cross country championship Oct. 30 at McDaniel College in Westminster.
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Father McGivney, Knights founder, could hold his own on baseball field

With the World Series underway, here is a fun fact: Father Michael McGivney, founder of the Knights of Columbus, played ball. And if one game is any indication, he was pretty good.
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Loyola Blakefield in position for cross country, soccer titles

Loyola Blakefield is poised to win MIAA A Conference titles in both cross country and soccer.
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Notre Dame Prep remains perfect in field hockey

Notre Dame Preparatory School’s nationally-ranked field hockey team is making the most of its defense of the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference title, as the Blazers improved to 8-0 overall Sept. 25.
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Men’s soccer returns to Mount St. Mary’s after five-year absence

For the first time since 2012, the Mountaineers took the field in an NCAA game Aug. 24, when they played host to Bucknell at Waldron Family Stadium and lost, 2-0.
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Dominican sister’s pregame first pitch wows crowd, online world

One 24-second clip of Sister Sobieck throwing the pitch had garnered 2.73 million internet views by midday Aug. 21.
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Team USA lacrosse abounds with Baltimore Catholic connections

Their championship pedigrees are among the reasons three players from Catholic institutions in Baltimore are on the roster of Team USA at the world championships in Israel.
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Big fifth inning leads Curley to first A Conference baseball title since 2001

A breakout fifth-inning and a strong six-inning pitching performance by senior Paul Nixon led Archbishop Curley to an 8 -3 victory over Gilman at Harford Community College May 21
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