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Over the years I have periodically received emails with odd requests such as covering the Dundalk ice hockey team and covering events in Dublin, London and other areas in Great Britain and Europe.

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I have books. Lots of books. Hundreds and hundreds of books.

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Well, it looks like the pitchfork-and-torches crowd are coming for dodgeball, with intention of banning it from schools and all aspects of polite society.

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When I was but a wee lad, I would watch this Saturday morning cartoon called “Sealab 2020.”

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The just-concluded 2018-19 school year marks the 15th year of the Peninsula Cup; the athletic competition between Dundalk, Patapsco and Sparrows Point n which a trophy — that aforementioned cup — is awarded to whichever school has the best overall record against the other two schools.

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The day before the start of the Class 1A state track and field championships, Mya King was on the Morgan State University campus attending an AVID event.

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Before I resume recalling prominent local sports achievements during the first 50 years of The Eagle, comment is required on something that happened this past weekend.

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As you may have heard, The Eagle turns 50 years old this month. And, no, I have not been here since the beginning. It only seems that way.

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Sparrows Point must have taught Brittani LaFollette (Class of 2013) well when she starred on the Pointer field hockey team and was a key member of the girls lacrosse team.

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Well, that was a memorable, albeit brief, week.

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This is where I mention I picked Virginia to win the NCAA tournament. And it was a legit foul (we’re not gonna dwell on the double dribble).

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Allow me to be a Dundalk High alumnus and former Owl athlete for a moment:

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Stop me if you’ve heard this before: as we enter the spring sports season, Sparrows Point holds a narrow lead over Dundalk and the Owls — c’mon, people, I never should have even gotten this far.

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It’s tough to determine which was the highlight of the officiating during Dundalk’s Class 3a North Region Section II final at C. Milton Wright.

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Considering how often it rained during the fall season, we really shouldn’t be surprised by the repeated snowstorms that disrupted the winter season. Kinda on edge over what spring has in store for us ...

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Well, time’s up. The Dundalk boys basketball team has to figure out now if its a team plagued by bad luck, or simply just can’t win close games.

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Look at it this way: Owings Mills had six individual champions at the Baltimore County wrestling tournament. Sparrows Point had just one individual champ.

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When Dundalk High released its 2019 football schedule last month, I thought there was a mistake. Or that I was missing something.