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Bounce Back for Alumni Basketball, Dec. 23

Join us for the 17th Annual Alumni Basketball Event on Saturday, December 23 from 12 – 3 p.m. at the Finney Athletic Center. Enjoy a pick-up game of basketball with fellow alumni and pizza and fellowship afterwards! Sponsored by the Black Alumni Group. RSVP to alumni@gilman.edu.

Celebrate: Annual Parent Holiday Reception, Dec. 5

Step away from the holiday rush on Tuesday, December 5 to celebrate the various cultural and ethnic winter holiday traditions observed within our community at the annual Parent Holiday Reception hosted by the Parent Committee on Diversity and the Office of Community and Diversity.

Dan Christian Awarded Dante Prize

The Dante Society of America has selected Upper School teacher Dan Christian to receive the second annual Durling Prize, recognizing excellence in the teaching of Dante's life, time, and works in North American secondary schools. The Society noted Christian's "imaginative, innovative approach to the teaching of Dante... bring[ing] Dante's poetry into dialogue with other texts and media, including song lyrics, thereby renewing and redefining the relevance of its story for contemporary student readers."

Ravens HS Coach of the Week

Tim Holley '77 has been named the Ravens High School Coach of the Week following the 24-21 Gilman-McDonogh game. Coach Holley received a $2,000 donation to the Gilman football program and an award from Ravens head coach John Harbaugh. In addition, he will attend the Ravens-Colts game at M&T Bank Stadium on Dec. 23 for an opportunity to be named the Ravens High School Coach of the Year. Earlier in the season, the Baltimore Football Club named Holley Coach of the Week, following the Greyhounds' 35-28 win over Calvert Hall.

Capturing the 102nd

The Hounds won the 102nd Gilman-McDonogh game for the second time in three years with a 24-21 victory, securing a playoff berth for the MIAA A Conference. Read more in this Baltimore Sun article, and plan to come out to CCBC-Essex on Sunday, November 12 at 3 p.m. for the playoff match vs. Calvert Hall.

We came. We saw. We conquered.

Varsity volleyball has won the MIAA Championship for the fourth time in the past five years and the first under first year head coach Diego Matorras. The VolleyHounds streaked ahead 2-0 before the Mt. St. Joe's Gaels rallied for a third game win. The Volleyhounds quickly recovered by winning the fourth game and claiming the title with a 3-1 match victory. You can watch the championship here. Congratulations to all on a terrific season!

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