Dun­dalk High Hall of Fame to in­duct six on Fri­day

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The Dun­dalk Ath­letic Hall of Fame will in­duct Ron­ald Grabarek (Class of 1962, lacrosse, bas­ket­ball), Tracey Car­ring­ton (2011, bas­ket­ball), Koren Chop­per (2007, soc­cer, bas­ket­ball, lacrosse), Lina Quiroz (2008, soc­cer, bas­ket­ball, lacrosse), Michelle San­dlin (2011, field hockey, in­door track, lacrosse) and Dick Edell (1962, lacrosse, bas­ket­ball) on Fri­day at 5 p.m. in the school au­di­to­rium. Ad­mis­sion is free. For fur­ther in­for­ma­tion, call Derek Maki at 410-887-7288. NFL: The Dal­las Cow­boys placed de­fen­sive end Charles Tap­per (City), a fourth-round draft se­lec­tion, on in­jured re­serve as he re­cov­ers from a frac­tured bone in his back. He has not prac­ticed since the sec­ond week of train­ing camp, when he was di­ag­nosed with a pars de­fect, a stress frac­ture in the lower lum­bar ver­te­brae. LO­CAL GOLF: The Bal­ti­more City Am­a­teur tour­na­ment, a fix­ture on the lo­cal golf scene from1955 un­til 2012, is be­ing given a new life. The re­vival will be­gin Oct. 22-23 at Wood­holme Coun­try Club. Mark Beran, head pro­fes­sional at the Pikesville club, is the new tour­na­ment di­rec­tor but the for­mat re­mains the same, 36 holes of stroke play. Ad­di­tional in­for­ma­tion is avail­able from Beran at 410-486-3849 or mberan@wood­holme.org. MA­JOR LEAGUE SOC­CER: Lloyd Sam opened the scor­ing in the 71st minute, La­mar Nea­gle had a late goal and an as­sist, and host D.C. United beat the Colum­bus Crew, 3-0, for its first two-game win­ning streak of the sea­son. United (9-9-13) re­mained in sixth place in the Eastern Con­fer­ence, but moved just two points be­hind the fourth­place Philadel­phia Union. Colum­bus (7-12-11) is ninth. Sam used a di­ag­o­nal run to get to Lu­ciano Acosta’s chipped ball in­side the box and Sam did a half turn to fin­ish with his left foot. Nea­gle fin­ished from dis­tance in the 86th, and four min­utes later, Nea­gle won a long ball down the right side­line, drib­bled into the box and found Al­varo Sa- bo­rio near the penalty spot for a goal that helped United earn just its sec­ond win in the past 10 meet­ings with the Crew. MI­NOR LEAGUE BASE­BALL: The Fred­er­ick Keys won the High-ACarolina League’s Esurance Home Field Ad­van­tage Award for hav­ing the high­est at­ten­dance based on ball­park ca­pac­ity. For the fifth con­sec­u­tive year, the Keys led High-A teams in at­ten­dance; in 2016, 314,443 fans at­tended a Keys home game and Fred­er­ick drew 4,838 per game. MEN’S COL­LEGE BAS­KET­BALL: Col­lege Sports Mad­ness named Mor­gan State for­ward Phillip Carr and Cop­pin State for­ward-cen­ter Terry Har­ris Jr. (Bal­ti­more City Com­mu­nity Col­lege, Ken­wood) to the Mid-Eastern Ath­letic Con­fer­ence all-pre­sea­son sec­ond team. Cop­pin State for­ward Joshua Tread­well and UMES for­ward­cen­ter Bakari Copeland made the third team. COL­LEGE FOOT­BALL: Navy se­nior quar­ter­back Will Worth, Tow­son se­nior punter Jake Ry­der, Johns Hop­kins se­nior line­backer Jack Camp­bell and Frost­burg State se­nior kicker-punter Isaac Robin­son were named among 156 semi­fi­nal­ists for the Wil­liam V. Camp­bell Tro­phy, which awards an in­di­vid­ual as the best foot­ball schol­arath­lete at any po­si­tion. The Na­tional Foot­ball Foun­da­tion will an­nounce 12-14 fi­nal­ists Nov. 1. ... Johns Hop­kins se­nior safety Jack Toner was named to the D3­foot­ball.com Team of the Week. WOMEN’S COL­LEGE SOC­CER: Steven­son ju­nior goal­keeper Tif­fany Mc­Kee (St. Paul’s) was named Eastern Col­lege Ath­letic Con­fer­ence De­fen­sive Player of the Week. MEN’S COL­LEGE CROSS COUN­TRY: The Pa­triot League named Navy se­nior Lu­cas Stal­naker Male Run­ner of the Week. ... The MEAC named UMES se­nior Mark Black­mon Ath­lete of the Week. —

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