Glen Burnie coach hurt in fall

January 29, 1994|By Pat O'Malley

Terry Bogle, the boys basketball coach at Glen Burnie High, cracked four vertebrae and a couple of ribs after slipping on the ice yesterday morning at the school.

Bogle, who is in his 27th season as coach of the 15th-ranked Gophers, was walking by himself to the gym at about 10:30 a.m. when he slipped and fell.

"I was able to get myself up and get back inside the gym and got a couple students in there to help me," said Bogle, who was taken by ambulance to North Arundel Hospital at about 11 a.m.

"I spent most of the day there, and the doctor told me to take it easy when I got home."

Bogle said he "might tell Mike [Rudd, assistant coach] to take the team [last night] at Severna Park, but I expect to be there Saturday night."

The Gophers play host to No. 9 Broadneck at 7 tonight in a makeup game.

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