Aleah Nelson, McDonogh basketball

February 7, 2018

McDonogh’s Aleah Nelson discusses the No. 2 Eagles’ basketball win over No. 3 Roland Park. (Katherine Dunn, Baltimore Sun video). Link: Jan. 10, 2018 By Katherine Dunn

Bouncing back: Cooper’s return from ACL injuries boosts Vikings

BUCKEYSTOWN — Getting fouled as she drove to the hoop, St. John’s Catholic Prep forward Kayla Cooper fell to the floor. This happens numerous times in any basketball game. But after recently returning from her second ACL tear in two seasons, Cooper tends to take stock of her health after such plays. “Sometimes if I’m


Armstrong named MVP in IND wins fifth straight Big Game over Mercy

Win or lose, the Big Game between B Conference basketball rivals Mercy and the Institute of Notre Dame is a sight to behold. The crowd, big and loud, the facility (Towson University’s SECU Arena) and the magnitude of the rivalry make for a showcase worthy for a series that began 52 years ago and is


Maryland Belles 2019 Emerge victorious against Exodus Gold

July 12, 2017

Taylor Geiman scored nine points, helping Maryland Belles 2019 notch a 50-34 victory over Exodus Gold on Wednesday. Maryland Belles 2019 had an early scoring surge, claiming a 25-17 lead at the half. Geiman shot well from the field, making 60% (3-for-5) of shots attempted as well as 75% (3-for-4) of threes attempted. Also chipping


Maryland Belles 2019 Lose to North Tartan Tru

July 11, 2017

Maryland Belles 2019 fell to North Tartan Tru on Tuesday, 57-53, despite Makayla Daniels putting 12 points on the scoreboard. Maryland Belles 2019 ratcheted points early in the game, claiming a 28-17 lead at the half, but North Tartan Tru came back for the victory. Daniels led Maryland Belles 2019’s offense, going 5-for-8 (63%) from