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Kendall Fuller earns all-ACC honors for Tech

footballFormer Good Counsel standout Kendall Fuller has garnered various postseason accolades after his stellar play on the gridiron this year.

Fuller, the 2012 All-Sentinel Player of the Year, has been named a second-team All-American by Walter Camp. He also earned first-team All-ACC honors this year from both the media and the coaches.

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Montrose Christian loses first game of season

david photo - orangeville prep basketball player dunksHYATTSVILLE – After four consecutive wins, Montrose Christian suffered its first loss of the season Saturday in the National High School Hoops Festival at DeMatha’s Morgan and Kathy Wootten Gymnasium.

Despite a team-high 14 points and eight assists from junior guard Alani Moore, the Mustangs were outplayed by Orangeville Prep in a 72-55 loss to the Canada school.

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Raptors come up short against Butler Comm

Raptors forward Zack Curran scores in the paint photo by Michael Simone ROCKVILLE – The Montgomery College Raptors had their shots to win in the final seconds of the game at home against Butler County Community College Monday night. But like so many of their games this season, they couldn’t close it out and lost 74-73.

With 2.6 seconds left on the clock, the Raptors were down by one point and looked to inbound the ball underneath the basket to their big man Zack Curran. Curran ended up being well-covered and panic seemed to set in; the ball was inbounded to Devin Shuler, who frantically tried to get off a shot but had the ball knocked out of his hands.

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Raptors knocked down by Anne Arundel

Basketball through hoopARNOLD – The Montgomery College Raptors were in the game all night until missed offensive opportunities allowed the Anne Arundel Community College Pioneers to pull away late in the game for a 73-65 win.

Raptors coach James Bryson said his team was unable to capture a victory because of “a lack of concentration” resulting in missed free throws and untimely turnovers.

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The Fridge returns

footballCOLLEGE PARK – Ralph Friedgen’s return to Byrd Stadium was triumphant as the Rutgers offensive coordinator and former Maryland head coach helped engineer the Scarlet Knights’ to the biggest comeback in program history.

Behind senior quarterback Gary Nova, Rutgers rallied from a 25-point deficit in the second quarter en route to a 41-38 road win Saturday over Maryland.

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Richard Montgomery crushes Wheaton 58-31

Basketball through hoopROCKVILLE – Richard Montgomery center Nick Jackson put in tireless hours of work during the offseason to improve his game so he could contribute to the team his senior year. Tuesday night it was clear the work paid off as Jackson was able to dominate the paint, chipping in 11 points as the Richard Montgomery Rockets easily handled Wheaton Knights 58-31.

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