Today’s Curley athletes carry on the winning tradition of Curley Sports. They compete successfully in the highly regarded Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) and our best athletes go on to play at the college level.
Curley’s teams in thirteen sports are competitive and accessible to students. The coaches are concerned not only with how their players do on the field, but also in the classroom. They know that what students learn on the field complements what they learn in the classroom. Then there are those intangibles, like character and leadership and brotherhood that grow in and among the students.
In MIAA “B” Conference Individual Tournament finals action, first-doubles team Nicolas Ramos and Dylan Holy beat Spalding 6-2, 6-2 to take the conference championship. ...
Avery Williams ’12, linebacker for the Temple Owls, has signed a professional football contract with the Houston Texans as an undrafted free agent. Avery signed ...
Friday, May 12th
Var: St. John's 9 Curley 8
Var: Curley 3 Gilman 2
Monday, May 15th
Var: Spalding 6 Curley 1
JV: Curley 11 Friends 10
Wednesday, May 10th
Var: Curley 13 C. Milton Wright 4
JV: Calvert Hall 12 Curley 1
Tennis MIAA Team Semi-finals
Spalding 4 Curley 1