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.
Sarah Elms is a three-year varsity starter enjoying a breakout season at Severna Park. She scored a pair of goals and had two assists during a 9-7 victory against archrival Broadneck for the Anne Arundel County regular-season title May 6. The Falcons are 14-1 and earned the top seed in the East region of the Class 3A/4A Section I playoffs, where they will be gunning for their 14th state title.
The former PNC building in downtown Baltimore looks perfectly fine from the outside. It’s roomy (380,000 square feet) and tall (22 stories)– and yet for the second time, a prospective buyer has backed out at the last minute.