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Climb On! The Brain & Brawn of Bouldering

Similar to free soloing, bouldering consists of climbing without any ropes or harnesses and with minimal safety hardware.

Athlete Worth Watching: Henry Parkhurst of Gunston School

Henry Parkhurst, who attends Gunston School, is a very active and involved student-athlete, excelling in three sports, academics, and multiple extracurricular activities.

Pro Athletes Worth Watching: Baltimore Orioles’ Mark Trumbo & Washington Nationals’ Ryan Zimmerman

We recently sat down to talk to Baltimore Orioles’ Mark Trumbo & Washington Nationals’ Ryan Zimmerman about their careers and more.

Baltimore Ravens return to practice in Annapolis

The purple and black returned to practice at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium for the first time since 2014. Former Navy quarterback Keenan Reynolds returned as a Ravens wide receiver.

Athlete Worth Watching: Lacey Eden of Archbishop Spalding High School

She played jayvee soccer and ran cross country in the fall, skated on the boys and girls ice hockey teams in winter, and competed on the varsity lacrosse team in spring.

Baysox, Travis Manion Foundation Team Up for Navy Night on August 8th

The Bowie Baysox today announced they are once again teaming up with the Travis Manion Foundation for Navy Night at Prince George's Stadium on Tuesday, August 8

Athlete Worth Watching: Ja’Mion Franklin of North Caroline High School

The 17-year-old who hails from Ridgely, Maryland, is determined and driven to leave a long-lasting impact on his football team and to continue his career in college.

Athlete Worth Watching: Pat Spencer of Loyola University Lacrosse

Known as number seven on the field, this sophomore has come quite accustom to putting points on the scoreboard, immediately drawing the opposing team’s attention.

Towne Salute: Michael Heup of Special Olympics Maryland

Michael Heup, 36, achieved the ultimate reward--becoming a world-class athlete and spokesman for Special Olympics Maryland (SOM).

Athlete Worth Watching: Emma Hill of Queen Anne’s County High School

Hill, who has been a member of the soccer and basketball varsity teams since her freshman year, will be attending Salisbury University to play soccer and study Secondary Education in math.