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  • Cal Ripken World Series Returns to SFMSports.Net
    June 8, 2016
    | By Steve Clendenin
    Aberdeen, MD, June 8, 2016 -SFMSports.Net, a sports production and broadcast network, specializing in new media technologies, today announces it has renewed its partnership with Ripken Baseball to broadcast the 2016 Cal Ripken World Series.
    SFMSports.Net will produce and broadcast all 43 games of the Cal Ripken World Series in Aberdeen, Maryland July 29 through August 6. The coverage plans will include 40 “pool play” games, as well as the International, US and World Championship Games.
    “SFMSports.Net has...
  • Bill's Epic Eats Lax Q&A: Abbe Mona
    May 6, 2016
    | By Tom Peace
    Abbe Mona wasn’t ready for her senior season to come to an end on Thursday in the IAAM opening round of the A-Conference playoffs against Maryvale Prep. Why would she? The St Mary’s Annapolis girls’ lacrosse team is having quite the Cinderella season.
    The Saints (14-4) haven’t had a winning team in seven years and for players like Mona, going out on a winning note is the first goal, now the seniors want to leave their mark in...
  • Peace Report: April 29
    April 30, 2016
    | By Tom Peace
    Cole Pellicano
    A change of scenery can be a benefit. It works for athletes at all levels and in different sports. Chicago Cubs pitcher Jake Arrieta is a prime example of this after having a rough start to a career with the Baltimore Orioles.
    The southpaw was traded to the northside of Chicago in 2013 and has turned his career around in a big way winning the CY Young last year in the National League and this season he recorded his...
  • Bill's Epic Eats Q&A: Omari DeBerry
    April 28, 2016
    | By Tom Peace
    Omari Dewberry
    Calvert Hall junior midfielder Omari DeBerry is just thankful to competing. The Ohio State University commit is a tremendous athlete, with terrific speed and DeBerry has the ability to be a great player at the next level. DeBerry was sidelined the majority of the 2015 season with a torn ACL injury. And then during the fall, Omari got hurt playing football. The senior leader worked hard during the winter to heal and get ready to step on the lacrosse field...
  • Bill's Epic Eats Lax Q&A: Jessica Loveless
    April 22, 2016
    | By Tom Peace
    Jessica Loveless
    The Oakdale girls’ lacrosse team is off to a fantastic start to the 2016 season. The Bears are 6-2 and are coming off a huge weekend, winning the Mount De Sales tournament. Oakdale beat River Hill and then defeated the IAAM-A conference powerhouse, 11-10 in the championship game.
    The Crabs Lacrosse Peace Report caught up with Bears junior defender, Jessica Loveless, who is committed to the University of Maryland-Baltimore County (UMBC) for this weeks’ Bill’s Epic Eats Q&A.
  • Orioles Continue the Hottest Start in the MLB
    April 13, 2016
    Not since the 1970's have the Orioles gotten off to this kind of a run to begin the season.  Too early, or is this team legit?
    Listen to the latest Baltimore Sports Free For All podcast HERE
  • March Athlete of the Month: Betsy Knox
    April 13, 2016
    Betsy Knox, a senior at Walt Whitman High School in Bethesda, helped her team secure it's first state championship in 26 years, with a 71-55 win versus Western.
    Off the court, Betsy is active in Best Buddies program, has taken Photography for 4 years and is active in school leadership class. Additionally, she is active in fundraising for leukemia and lymphoma through the school.
    Betsy balances basketball and academics and maintains a 3.77 GPA.
    Nominate a Student...
  • Bill's Epic Eats Lax Q&A: McDonogh's Barrett Sutley
    April 12, 2016
    | By Tom Peace
    For the McDonogh boys’ lacrosse team to be successful this season, the Eagles are going to have to rely on leadership from the upperclassmen. McDonogh has a strong core guys who lead by how they carry themselves on and off the field.
    The Peace Report caught up with Eagles captain Barrett Sutley, who is Penn State bound in the fall, to get his thoughts on the first month of out-of-conference games, how he defines the way he plays,...
  • Peace Report: PNC Invitational Recap
    April 12, 2016
    | By Tom Peace
    PNC Invitational Recap
    The beautiful thing about the PNC Invitational is it forces the teams playing in the event to bring their A-games.
    The chance to play under the lights on a Friday night, the talent level is top-notch, and getting a chance to play on a Division I field at the Ridley Athletic Complex, home to the Loyola University Greyhounds, gets the competitive juices pumping.
    A two-game doubleheader pitting, two top Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association...
  • Two late fourth quarter goals lift Fallston past Howard, 8-6
    March 30, 2016
    | By Tom Peace
    Fallston attackman Andrew Stump remembers the Cougars team playing on the road at Howard last season and getting crushed 16-2. Stump wasn’t going to allow Fallston to suffer the same fate this season.
    Late in the fourth quarter Fallston and Howard were tied at 6.
    Fallston managed to get a key turnover on defense created by RJ Olin. Then after a timeout and the ball in their territory, the Cougars scored with 4:18 remaining as Dylan Wolf...
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