Girls’ basketball: C.H. Flowers’ relentless effort pushes it to 4A championship over Old Mill


Minutes earlier, they had beaten Old Mill, 57-42, in the Maryland 4A girls’ basketball championship game ‘ Michael Errigo Michael Errigo is a high school sports reporter and news aide for The ‘

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TOWSON, Md. ‘ The C.H. Flowers Jaguars formed a circle in front of their bench with one dancer in the middle. Minutes earlier, they had beaten Old Mill, 57-42, in the Maryland 4A girls’ basketball championship game, and now they threw their bodies around in a joyous blur of motion. Arms, legs and heads snapped to a simple beat.

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It had been the Jaguars’ willingness to throw their bodies around all afternoon ‘ their eagerness to generate points, steals, rebounds and turnovers with relentless physicality ‘ that earned them the first state title in program history.’

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