Sports

NDP lacrosse tops McDonogh, 10-8, in historic streak-ending A Conference final

The 21 seniors on the lacrosse roster of Notre Dame Preparatory School were third-graders and on other campuses on April 11, 2009, the last time McDonogh School had lost a game in the sport.
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Calvert Hall secures first round bye with surge against Loyola Blakefield

Captain Liam Bateman drew the Dons even at 4-4 with 7:35 remaining in the third quarter, but Calvert Hall dominated the rest of the way
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Kentucky chaplain brings God’s love to the horse racing track

"In an age of uncertainty about the future for immigrants, this ministry is a comforting and loving space for them, where they can build a relationship with Jesus Christ," Muffy Sinclair said.
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UMBC men’s basketball coach reflects on faith at Catholic League Hall of Fame Banquet

Throughout his time in the spotlight, Odom remained unchanged and true to his values of faith, family, belief and hard work, subjects he highlighted during a May 3 keynote address at the Baltimore Catholic League Hall of Fame Banquet.
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Coach, sixth man provide local Catholic connections to UMBC’s historic basketball team 

UMBC's history-making appearance in the NCAA men's basketball tournament included a sixth man from Archbishop Spalding High School and a coach who's an Annapolis parishioner.
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Pregame prayer, solid teamwork clinched win for Loyola, says nun-chaplain

A religious sister who is the longtime chaplain of the Loyola University Chicago men's basketball team credited the pregame prayer and the players' solid teamwork for the Ramblers' thrilling, last-second 64-62 win over the University of Miami in the NCAA Tournament on March 15.
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The Archdiocese of Baltimore, pro sports and the Sabbath

The era of “blue laws” restricted most business operations on Sunday. In the city, that meant Major League Baseball and National Football League games could not start before 2:05 p.m.
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St. Frances Academy takes record-setting eighth BCL title, 52-50, over Mount St. Joseph

A 52-50 victory over Mount St. Joseph March 4 gave the Panthers their record-setting eighth BCL tournament championship, one more than the Gaels and Calvert Hall.
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St. Frances Academy builds improbable athletic powerhouse

St. Frances Academy in Baltimore is exploring new territory in interscholastic athletics, as its boys’ basketball team hopes to follow football and girls’ basketball and finish atop area rankings.
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Baltimore Catholic League enjoying historic season

The 24 boys on the McDonald’s All-American team include two from the Baltimore Catholic League.
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Captain of men’s Olympic hockey team played for Catholic schools

Brian Gionta, captain of the U.S. men's Olympic ice hockey team, competed in the 2006 Winter Games and played on three NHL teams, but his skating roots go back to his Catholic high school and college teams.
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IND adds to its tradition with fifth straight basketball win over Mercy, 39-30

The Institute of Notre Dame followed seniors Ja'Lyn Armstrong and Madison Dubose to their fifth straight win over Mercy High as more than 3,000 watched the 52nd annual rendition of their basketball showcase event.
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