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What's Up with Local Sports? 4/29/2013

Apr 29, 2013 05:56PM ● Published by Anonymous

The Baltimore Ravens and Washington Redskins came out of the 2013 Draft with a combined 17 draft picks. Here is a list of who they selected:

Baltimore Ravens:
Round 1, Pick 32 (32) - Matt Elam - FS - Florida
Round 2, Pick 24 (56) - Arthur Brown - ILB - Kansas St.
Round 3, Pick 32 (94) Brandon Williams - DT - Missouri Southern St.
Round 4, Pick 32 (129) John Simon - DE Ohio St.
Round 4, Pick 33 (130) Kyle Juszczyk - FB - Harvard
Round 5, Pick 35 (168) Ricky Wagner - OT - Wisconsin
Round 6, Pick 32 (200) Kapron Lewis-Moore - DE - Notre Dame
Round 6, Pick 35 (203) Ryan Jensen - OT - Colorado State-Pueblo
Round 7, Pick 32 (238) Aaron Mellette - WR - Elon
Round 7, Pick 41 (247) Marc Anthony - CB - California

Washington Redskins:
Round 2, Pick 19 (51) David Amerson - CB - N.C. State
Round 3, Pick 23 (85) Jordan Reed - TE - Florida
Round 4, Pick 22 (119) Phillip Thomas - SS - Fresno St.
Round 5, Pick 21 (154) Chris Thompson - RB Florida St.
Round 5, Pick 29 (162) Brandon Jenkins - DE - Florida St.
Round 6, Pick 23 (191) Bacarri Rambo - SS - Georgia
Round 7, Pick 22 (228) Jawan Jamison - RB - Rutgers
The Maryland Terrapins saw some activity at the end of the draft. Wide receiver Kevin Dorsey was drafted by the Green Bay Packers in the seventh round and three former Terps signed undrafted free agent deals. Tight end Matt Furstenburg signed with the Ravens, defensive lineman A.J. Francis signed with the Miami Dolphins, and linebacker Darin Drakeford signed with the Kansas City Chiefs.
The Washington Capitals (27-18-3) ended the season as Southeast Division Champion and with a thrilling 3-2 overtime win over the Boston Bruins this weekend. The team will host the New York Rangers at home for the first two games of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals. This is the third straight year these two teams have met in the postseason. They have faced off in four of the last five postseasons. Next game: vs. New York Rangers, date and time TBA.
The Baltimore Orioles (15-10) won both of their series this past week against the Toronto Blue Jays and the Oakland Athletics. The A's had to take the O's to 10 innings on Sunday in order to avoid a four-game sweep at the hands of the orange and black. Next game: at Seattle Mariners, April 29, 10:10 p.m.
The Washington Nationals (13-12) slumped earlier in the week, getting swept by the St. Louis Cardinals. They rebounded by taking three of four against the Cincinnati Reds. Next game: at Atlanta Braves, April 29, 7 p.m.
The No. 1 Maryland women's lacrosse team (19-0) won their fifth straight ACC Title after knocking off Virginia and North Carolina this weekend. Next game: NCAA Tournament First Round, May 10. The No. 2 Terps men's lacrosse team (9-3) lost its third game of the season against Virginia in the ACC Semifinals. Next game: vs. Colgate, May 4, 12 p.m.
The No. 15/12 Navy women's lacrosse team (18-1) won their fourth-straight Patriot League Tournament title by defeating Lafayette and Holy Cross this weekend. Jasmine DePompeo was named Patriot League Tournament MVP for the second time. Next game: NCAA Tournament First Round, May 10.
The defending Major League Lacrosse Champion Chesapeake Bayhawks (1-0) opened up their 2013 season with a 17-14 road win against the Rochester Rattlers. Midfielder Kyle Dixon scored seven points and tied an MLL record with three two-point goals. The team will make their home debut next weekend at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. Next game: vs. Long Island Lizards, May 4, 7 p.m.
D.C. United (1-1-6) continue to struggle, suffering their fifth straight loss after falling 3-0 to the Columbus Crew on the road. Next game: vs. Houston Dynamo, May 8, 7 p.m.

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