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Justin Odendhal


Severn, MD, United States

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Past articles by Justin:

In Focus: Can the Orioles keep the winning up?

Baltimore's win streak was snapped on a chilly night in Boston, destroying the notion of a 2016 pennant for Charm City. → Read More

Dover AFB's Explosive Ordnance Disposal unit visits Snow Hill

When Snow Hill senior Morris Waters' brother-in-law said he was visiting the school on Wednesday morning with members of the Dover Air Force Base's Explosive Ordinance Disposal unit, he likely wasn't expecting to put a bomb resistant suit on in fron → Read More

In Focus: 2016 Orioles Bold Predictions

Not expected to do much this year in projections, here are a few bold (and quirky) predictions for the team in 2016 → Read More

In Focus: Orioles best & worst case scenarios

Here's how everything can go magically right or strike out swinging for Baltimore in 2016. → Read More

Selfless lieutenant named Officer of the Year

Lt. John Devlin of the Fenwick Island Police Department was named the 2016 Officer of the Year. → Read More

In Focus: What to expect as O's pitchers & catchers report

Pitchers and catchers around the league have reported to Spring Training, here's what you should watch for in Sarasota → Read More

Presidents Day snow in Salisbury

Salisbury woke on Presidents Day expecting a dusting only to find over four inches of snow in some places around the city. → Read More

In Focus: Orioles right to hold onto 2016 draft picks

The Baltimore Orioles' roster still has glaring needs at starting pitcher and corner outfield. → Read More

In Focus: Nationals unjustly blame Orioles for free agent woes

Not even a month into the new year and the beltway baseball clubs have already refreshed their rivalry by heading to court once again over TV money distributed by the Mid-Atlantic Sports Network. → Read More

Ocean City recovers from Winter Storm Jonas

Ocean City workers and volunteers spent Monday morning cleaning up from storm and flood damage from Winter Storm Jonas over the weekend. → Read More

In Focus: A look at 2016 Hall of Fame voting

Reacting to childhood heroes Ken Griffey Jr. and Mike Piazza being voted in by the Baseball Writers of America. → Read More

Governor's Challenge Scoreboard, Day 5: Dec. 30

News, stats and scores from every Governor's Challenge game played on Wednesday, Dec. 30. → Read More

Bayside South Football Report Card

Stepping onto the field Sept. 4, every team in the Bayside South was an equal. Where did they end after ten weeks? → Read More

You'd never know this football player has a disability

Julian Medina was barely 1-year-old when he was diagnosed with autism. He self-injured and was non-verbal when he was a child. In middle school he began to play football and transformed into a starting player of his team. → Read More

Parkside girls get Bayside title – and revenge

Parkside girl's soccer avenged an early season overtime loss to Queen Anne's for a 4-0 shutout and the Bayside title. → Read More

Week Six Bayside South Power Rankings

Stephen Decatur and Parkside continue to battle for the top spot in the Bayside South Power Rankings → Read More

Week Six Bayside South Power Rankings

Parkside slips back into the top spot over Stephen Decatur at the midway point in the season → Read More

Tech dominates Laurel in 55-7 rout

Georgetown – Justin Hill knows all about the Sussex Tech-Laurel football rivalry. A resident of Laurel but a student at Sussex Tech, the → Read More

Week 4 Bayside South power rankings

Big wins mean big changes in the Bayside South power rankings heading into Friday. → Read More

Late rally not enough for District III in World Series

In Big League Softball World Series, Delaware District III loses. → Read More