Sports

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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Franciscan Center, FCA team on soccer camp to benefit those experiencing homelessness

The Franciscan Center partnered with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and Calvert Hall College High School on a soccer clinic that benefited those experiencing homelessness July 27.
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‘Tremendous excitement’ in Ireland parish of British Open winner Shane Lowry

British Open golf champion Shane Lowry was an altar server at St. Brigid in Clara, a small town in the Republic of Ireland.
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Poor Clare sister who traded in hoops for life of prayer marks silver jubilee

Sister Rose Marie of the Queen of Angels was a Parade All-American and then set a Villanova scoring record before choosing a life of prayer.
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Miceli remembered as servant to family, faith, Calvert Hall

Augie Miceli’s 60 years of service to Calvert Hall were remembered during a July 3 funeral Mass at the cathedral.
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Calvert Hall athletics caps a spring to remember

At Calvert Hall College High School in Towson, athletes expect to play into late spring. That was never more evident than this year, when historic runs by the lacrosse and baseball teams capped a memorable season for the Christian Brothers school’s varsity programs. Calvert Hall had more than 200 athletes participate in six varsity sports,...
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No more Sunday games for Detroit Catholic parish, school sports teams

As part of a new pastoral note encouraging Catholics in the Archdiocese of Detroit to keep Sunday as a day of holiness, rest and family togetherness, Archbishop Allen H. Vigneron introduced a new policy requiring Catholic parishes and schools to stop scheduling athletic games and practices on Sundays.
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Calvert Hall, Curley claim MIAA lacrosse titles with dominant performances 

Calvert Hall became the first lacrosse program to win three straight A Conference championships since the early 1950s with its 17-5 defeat of St. Mary's.
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