Baltimore’s Marty, Maxwell Costes Maintain Close-Knit Bond While Chasing Big Goals

Marty and Maxwell Costes were multi-sport athletes in high school, Marty at Archbishop Curley and Maxwell at Gilman, but baseball worked out best for both. Now Marty is chasing big league aspirations, while Maxwell is looking to lead Maryland to its best season in program history.

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How NFL Draft Prospect Thomas Booker Became ‘A Jack Of All Trades’ Thanks To Gilman

As he awaits the NFL Draft, Stanford DE Thomas Booker credits his time at Gilman for helping him develop his versatility. “My parents sent me to Gilman so I could become everything,” Booker said. “I could become the scholar, the athlete, the person in the community.”

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Noah Batchelor: ‘Really Special’ To Be Kevin Willard’s First Commitment At Maryland

Noah Batchelor says it’s “definitely really special” to be Kevin Willard’s first commitment at Maryland and credits assistant Greg Manning Jr. for establishing a relationship back when Batchelor was a 10th-grader at Glenelg Country School.

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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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Missouri RB Tyler Badie: From Friends School Lacrosse Standout To 2022 NFL Draft

Missouri running back Tyler Badie, who attended Friends School of Baltimore from grades 6 to 10, is looking ahead to the 2022 NFL Draft, and he says coming back to Baltimore to play for the Ravens “would be pretty awesome.”

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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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