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76ers select Fultz No.1 overall

Markelle Fultz MSSEABROOK – After graduating from DeMatha Catholic High School in the spring of 2016, Markelle Fultz continued his basketball career at the University of Washington – more than 2,700 miles and 40 hours away from his hometown of Upper Marlboro.

After Thursday night’s NBA Draft, Fultz will begin his professional career a lot closer to home. A short two-hour trip up I-95 to be exact.

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Former DeMatha, Maryland star shines in U.S. Open Cup run

Cody Albrecht Photo Credit Christos FCCOLLEGE PARK – At 4:30 p.m., Cody Albrecht joined millions of Americans leaving work and hoping not to get stuck in rush hour traffic.

However, he was not heading home to eat dinner and rest up for the next day of work.

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Riverdale Baptist’s Fuller following in his father’s footsteps

UPPER MARLBORO – Kevin Fuller is ready to continue the legacy as he joins the ranks of the same school his father attended.

Fuller will play football for Fayetteville State University this fall, signing on as the only out-of-state recruit this year.

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University of Maryland Team Camp showcases county basketball talent

COLLEGE PARK – Before the 2017-18 high school basketball season begins, many teams have a chance to get a head start on displaying their talent and finding out their weaknesses at The University of Maryland Team Camp.

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