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PNC Bank Lacrosse Spotlight: Loyola University Goalie Jacob Stover

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Loyola Greyhounds freshman goalie Jacob Stover emerged as one of the team’s top players. After taking over the starting job, Stover played a key role in helping Loyola reach the NCAA Division I national semifinals. He went 10-2 as the starter and allowed 7.80 goals per game with a .569 save percentage. Stover, the son of former Ravens kicker Matt Stover, earned three letters at McDonogh, where he was named to the MIAA A conference First Team in 2015.

SAT Changes Make it Harder to Know Chances as College Applicant

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SAT scores came out today from the March test (the first of the redesigned SAT). Of course, juniors got a glimpse of what the new test would be like in October, when they took the redesigned PSAT. Now my students are racing to find out what their scores mean. College Board came up with an online SAT Score Converter, which can also be found on the app store.

PNC Bank Lacrosse Spotlight: McDonogh Boys’ Senior Attackman Jackson Morrill

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Jackson Morrill is a four-year varsity player and captain for the Eagles this season.

McDonogh Students Raise Classmate on Eagles’ Wings

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Drone-captured image of McDonogh student body displaying Archer Strong sign

When tragedy strikes, it’s not uncommon for adults to rally around the victim and extended family; it’s expected, really. But when the victim of a tragic event is a teenager, it’s unclear how his or her peers will respond. Fear, inexperience, and immaturity can prevent teens from showing their support. That has not been the case since Roland Park resident and rising McDonogh junior Archer Senft suffered a life-changing spinal cord injury last summer.

McDonogh Grad at Center of Duke Lacrosse’s Latest Controversy

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The photograph was only online briefly, but that was long enough to spur a minor controversy. The image featured members of Duke’s women’s lacrosse team dressed up as the Little Rascals for Halloween — and Duke junior/Ellicott City native/McDonogh grad Taylor Virden is in blackface.

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