Sacrifice, Selfless Play Power St. Paul’s School For Girls To Second Straight Lacrosse Title

Why was the St. Paul’s School for Girls lacrosse team able to win a second straight IAAM A Conference title? “It’s that everyone on the team would be willing to give up something for the team,” senior Kendall Steer said.

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Talent, Togetherness Lead To 2022 Hoops Titles For McDonogh, Mount Saint Joseph

McDonogh girls’ basketball, who finished the season on a 16-game winning streak, won because of their togetherness as much as their talent, according to coach Brad Rees. The same could be said of Mount Saint Joseph, who captured the MIAA A and BCL titles.

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As Senior Year At Spalding Winds Down, Villanova-Bound Cam Whitmore Feels ‘Truly Blessed’

Now in his senior year at Archbishop Spalding, basketball star Cam Whitmore is enjoying a big season for the Cavaliers before heading to Villanova. “I am grateful for my development and truly blessed to be in the position I am in,” Whitmore said.

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First Full Season Under Dom Damico A Success For Mount Saint Joseph Football

Despite its youth, Mount Saint Joseph football is 7-3 (4-1 MIAA A) and gearing up for a conference semifinal against visiting Calvert Hall (7-2). Gaels players are quick to give credit to new coach Dom Damico, who was hired in 2020, and the culture he has instilled.

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Spalding Football Pursues First MIAA A Conference Title With Physicality, Toughness

Archbishop Spalding football has already won more games than it did in 2019, and its style of play is rooted in physicality along the lines. “We go by the mindset that we are the toughest team in Maryland,” senior offensive lineman Brian Baucia said.

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