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 •  February 11

Lacrosse is an exciting and fast-paced game that is one of the most rapidly growing team sports in the country. But, the combination of quick changes of direction, contact and a hard ball traveling at high speeds provides the perfect environment for injuries. There are many differences between girls’ and boys’ lacrosse. High school female lacrosse...

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 •  October 23, 2017

Head coach Ken Niumatalolo expressed confidence that starting quarterback Zach Abey will be healthy and available when Navy plays Temple at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia on Nov. 2. Speaking on the American Athletic Conference weekly teleconference on Monday morning, Niumatalolo said Abey was “fine” and “he’ll be ready to go for...

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 •  August 10, 2017

Navy's Toneo Gulley is checked by trainers after going down injured in the second quarter. Navy head coach Ken Niumatalolo demanded answers to the influx of similar injuries last year and convened what he termed “a huge summit” among the Navy strength and conditioning, training and equipment staffs to address the issue. (By Paul W....

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 •  April 15, 2017

Five Anne Arundel County teens have been nominated for the 28th annual Ed Casey Youth of the Year Award. The five range from 14 to 17, with the youngest still in middle school and the older teens ready to graduate from high school in a few weeks. Lisa Lindsay-Mondoro, CEO of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Annapolis & Anne Arundel County, said the...

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 •  June 16, 2016

When Jay Stell earned first team All-America honors as a sophomore, it seemed the sky was the limit for the Navy track and field athlete. After placing third at the NCAA Championship meet in the javelin event at such an early stage of his career, it was not unreasonable to project Stell as an eventual national champion. Sure enough, Stell was...

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 •  January 26, 2016

Lawmakers in Annapolis are considering whether public school coaches should be suspended if they let players return to a game despite having suffered an apparent concussion. Prompted by growing national concern about brain injuries to athletes from professional to youth leagues, an Anne Arundel County delegate has proposed a bill that that would,...