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Eleanor Roosevelt stuns Bowie in comeback win

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Chris Jones baseballGREENBELT – When the state playoffs begin, a brand new season starts and teams become willing to do anything to chase championship glory. The Eleanor Roosevelt Raiders (16-3) took the field against the rival Bowie Bulldogs (13-6) to complete a four-run comeback victory (7-6) on May 12 during a Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association (MPSSAA) 4A baseball playoff match.

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Durant gives back to community with $10 million donation

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UPPER MARLBORO – Basketball has been a staple in Prince George’s County for many years. The area has established its stake in the sport with the likes of players such as Michael Beasley, Victor Oladipo, Jeff Green and a bevy of talented NBA players and their importance to the community is never forgotten.

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Okolo and Moore dominate Patriots, 54-42

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Alexander Jones MSSILVER SPRING - A holiday high school boys’ basketball matchup took place at Springbrook High School during the Ed McGeoh Holiday Basketball Tournament between Friendly High School and Howard County’s Reservoir High School on Dec. 27.
The dynamic duo of Donye' Moore and Grant Okolo combined for 26 points which helped lead the Gators to a 54-42 victory.

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Gwynn Park survives Red Storm, moves on in 2A bracket

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BRANDYWINE – The opening 2A regional semifinal matchup between Gwynn Park and Edmondson-Westside was a battle until the very end.

A 15-yard touchdown catch from Gwynn Park wide receiver Devin Curry, which happened early in the second quarter, proved to be the game-winner against the Red Storm. Despite the win, Gwynn Park Head Coach Danny Hayes still wanted more out of his team’s 8-2 victory on Nov. 10.

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Eleanor Roosevelt volleyball crowned county champs

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Jourdan Page MSSPRINGDALE – The Prince George’s County volleyball regular season came down to two combatants fighting for the right to become the best high school team in the area.

Already champions in their respective divisions, Frederick Douglass and Eleanor Roosevelt fought for a new banner on Nov. 1 during the Prince George's County Volleyball Championships at Charles H. Flowers High School.

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