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Dressed in "Where's Waldo" attire, the Johnnies lost to midshipmen in a 4-1 match on Saturday.
Sports, Going Green
Jacob Landis began his journey on April 3 at a big sendoff party hosted by his employer, Whole Foods in Annapolis.
The college will host the 31st annual match and festivities Saturday on the front lawn.
A former marine and Naval Academy graduate who ran in the Boston Marathon already is planning his next big race.
"Learning to dish it out and take it at an early age is Navy tradition," the narrator says.
A local star swimmer has taken the top spot in a meet that leads to a world championship.
The trophy will swing by Annapolis en route to the State Legislature on Thursday.
Schools, Sports, Arts
A pregame show featuring the entire Broadneck feeder system will involve more than 250 talented young musicians.
Sports, Local Connections
Local Olympian Farrah Hall was invited to the White House to hear the president speak.
Farrah Hall and other Maryland Olympians stood on the field at the Baltimore Ravens' first game of the season.
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