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County high school playoff games washed out

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BALTIMORE — Mother Nature made life difficult for the various postseason high school tournaments in the state, but everything was starting to come together earlier this week with some Prince George’s County schools still in the hunt.  

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Raiders lax teams dominate county championships

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IsabellaGandolph lacrosseGREENBELT – As Eleanor Roosevelt Boys Lacrosse Head Coach Scott Sorenson received the Prince George’s County Championship, he held it high for a few moments in front of his team before handing it off to senior captain Elias Kallon. As the handoff was completed, other members of the Raiders team showered Sorenson with a celebratory water bath.

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County baseball and softball playoff contenders

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TerrellDelaney baseballHYATTSVILLE – Starting on Thursday, May 10, the Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association (MPSSAA) will begin the first rounds of the state baseball playoffs, culminating in a trip to the finals at Ripken Stadium in Aberdeen on May 25-26.

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Former Gwynn Park football star Porter signs with Packers

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02 Marcus PorterHYATTSVILLE – Fairmont State University Head Coach Jason Woodman knew what kind of player Marcus Porter was but could not imagine his future outside of college football. Doubts crept in after the then-sophomore punched a player during a skirmish and was kicked out of the program during the 2014 regular-season opener against West Virginia State University.

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Gwynn Park rallies to defeat Central, 6-5

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CHSDonteWhitakerCAPITOL HEIGHTS – Gwynn Park High School boys lacrosse attacker Chrystian Coleman was visibly frustrated heading into halftime. After taking the majority of the team’s 16 first-half shots, Coleman could only muster to score two goals.

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Wolverines devour Gwynn Park in home finale

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JasonNewman2OXON HILL –  After only scoring four points in the first half, Potomac point guard Jason Newman was finally getting into a shooting rhythm. With the energy of the home fans demanding a show against Gwynn Park on Feb. 15, the senior wanted to continue his offensive production while providing the audience a first-class experience.

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