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High Point survives Lady Panthers comeback, 10-9

highpointemilyfuentesNEW CARROLLTON – High Point High School pitcher Emily Fuentes took a huge breath and attempted to release her nerves before facing the final batter. Pitching her first game after an extended break, the senior wanted to secure a victory after pitching five and two-thirds innings against Parkdale High School on April 21.  

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Photos of the week

MaxBortenschlager2Our Prince George's Sentinel photographers captured some great action this week. You should really check it out!

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This week in sports

Megan Whittle DKCOLLEGE PARK – Megan Whittle set a new Maryland record for career goals during the 20-5 victory over Ohio State on April 15. Whittle scored three times and passed Jen Adams as the school’s all-time leader in goals scored. The senior now has 270 goals during her Maryland career.

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Ninth inning heroics earn Baysox sweep of Erie

 RS 4594 EditBOWIE – Erick Salcedo does not mind admitting it: he enjoys being the hero. The Venezuelan shortstop for the Bowie Baysox said he relishes having the extra pressure from his teammates and the fans to make a play. Last season, Salcedo had 60 hits, including two game-winners, and batted in 26 runners during the ninth inning.

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Lady Jaguars offense too much for Bladensburg

FlowersLubaiBanguraSPRINGDALE – Running is not a new thing for Lubai Bangura, but it is unfamiliar territory. The multi-sport student-athlete has primarily focused on stopping shots and protecting the crease during her time as a goalie for Charles H. Flowers High School girls' lacrosse and soccer teams.

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Lucas-White and Miles move on to next chapter: college basketball

ShemarriMiles DarrenLucasWhiteCAPITOL HEIGHTS – For the last two years, the Fairmont Heights Hornets boys basketball team has reached the state championship game. After winning the historic 1A championship title during the 2016-2017 campaign, this year the team was not as fortunate. However, the Hornets have made enough noise to get a few college scouts to pay attention to this growing program.

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Want more? Sports photos of the week

nwnicklibckeOur Prince George's Sentinel photographers captured some great action this week. You should really check it out!

Don't forget to come back every week and look at some of our other galleries at: https://thesentinel.smugmug.com/PG.

Here are some of our favorite shots from this week's action:

https://thesentinel.smugmug.com/PG/Bowie-Baysox-vs-Harrisburg-Senators-opening-night-2018/

https://thesentinel.smugmug.com/PG/Northwestern-at-Eleanor-Roosevelt/

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