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  • Wells Shoots Lady Coolidge Colts Past Cardozo

    When Coolidge guard Shamia Wells has the ball, she’s not afraid to drive to the basket. Though Wells is a 5-foot, 6-inch tall freshman and defenders tower over her, she appears unafraid of contact in the paint. In fact, Wells embraced it on Jan. 10 when she scored 24 points to help the ...

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  • Douglass Falls Short in First State Title Bid

    The Frederick Douglass Ducks of Baltimore City fell short of winning their first Maryland state title after a 25-0 shut-out loss to Fort Hill in the 1A Class championship on Dec. 7 at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, Md. Douglass had been on an historic run this season, scoring more than 30 ...

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  • H.D. Woodson Smacks Friendship Collegiate in DCIAA Title

    H.D. Woodson junior quarterback Rashad Cooper tossed three touchdowns as the Warriors crushed Friendship Collegiate, 25-8, in the DCIAA football championship game on Dec. 6 at Catholic University in Northeast D.C. It was the 10th straight win for Woodson, who finished with an 11-3 overall ...

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  • Payne Leads Woodson Past Wilson in Turkey Bowl

    Senior D’Andre Payne scored a 60-yard receiving touchdown and recorded an interception on defense as the H.D. Woodson Warriors easily beat Wilson, 25-13, in the annual DCIAA Turkey Bowl on Thanksgiving Day at Eastern High School in Northeast Washington, D.C. Woodson jumped out to an early ...

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  • Patterson Upsets Dunbar in State Playoffs

    Senior running back Sherrod Hawkes ran for more than 200 yards and two touchdowns as the Patterson Clippers upset the Dunbar Poets, 14-0 in the Class 2A North Region finals on Nov. 22 at Sugar Cain Field in Baltimore, Md. The win advanced Patterson to the Maryland state final four for the first ...

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  • H.D. Woodson Defeats Ballou in Divisional Playoffs

    Senior running back Jai Carson rushed for two touchdowns to help lift the H.D. Woodson Warriors over the Ballou Knights, 20-12, in the DCIAA Stars semi-final matchup on Nov. 16 in Washington, D.C. It wasn’t an easy game for the top-ranked Warriors, as both teams struggled with turnovers ...

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  • Baltimore City College Rules Poly

    The Baltimore City College Knights sustained one of their best football seasons in recent history with a victory Nov. 9 in perhaps the most historical rivalry in Baltimore City high school sports. The City – Poly Tech Engineers rivalry goes back 125 years, with Poly leading the all-time ...

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