Crab Bowl Showcases Maryland Talent

This past Saturday, select seniors from around the state of Maryland played in the state’s only statewide high-school all-star game, the Maryland Crab Bowl powered by Under Armour.  The game took place at Bowie State University and pitted stand-out seniors from the Washington, DC metro area against ones from the Baltimore metro area.

The game featured over 100 all-star seniors representing public and private schools from all around the state.  This year, the Washington All-Stars shutdown the Baltimore All-Stars 14-6. This was Washington’s third win in four years.

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The Greatest Rivalry in Sports Returns to the Maryland Gridiron

Tomorrow, FedEx Field in Landover hosts the nation’s most enduring rivalry when the Navy Midshipmen take on the Black Knights of Army (game time is 2:30pm EST).  Tomorrow’s game will mark the 112th meeting between the two teams.   Navy leads the series, 55-49-7, and have won the past nine straight. When Army and Navy meet pomp and circumstance abound, and tomorrow’s game will be no different.

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Maryland SoccerPlex, Ludwig Field Earn National Accolades

The Sports Turf Managers Association (STMA) recently announced the winners of their 2011 “Field of the Year” award, and the state of Maryland has two winners: University of Maryland’s Ludwig Field and the Maryland SoccerPlex in Germantown!  Both facilities won in the soccer category, Ludwig Field for “College and University” and the SoccerPlex for “Schools and Parks”.

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Football & Fencing Fun in Baltimore

It was a busy weekend for Charm City the past few days: two big-draw tournaments were held in and around Baltimore featuring competitors from all around the country.  On Saturday, the Baltimore Flag Football Festival kicked off at Pimlico Race Course, and the 24th annual Charm City Classic presented by the U.S. Fencing Association, a two-day event for fencers 13 and over, got underway at UMBC’s Retriever Activities Center.

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