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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF t | October 16, 1998
The experienced Chesapeake Cougars did exactly what they needed to early on last night against a hungry Glen Burnie team that came looking for respect.The No. 7-ranked Cougars got the lead midway through the first half, added a pivotal last-minute goal before the break, and stayed on the Gophers for most of the second half to come away with a 3-2 win at home.Senior striker Mike McIntyre started the scoring with a fine finish in the game's 18th minute, and fellow senior Dustin Abey helped out on all three goals to lead the Cougars, who improved to 10-2 overall and 8-1 in county play.
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By Katherine Dunn and The Baltimore Sun | February 13, 2014
The Maryland roster for the Big 33 Football Classic will be announced in early March, but the names of a few local players have already been released. McDonogh's Josh Woods, Meade's Jake Hawk, Fallston's Alex Helm and Archbishop Spalding's Zach Abey will play in the all-star game, which pits Maryland's best high school football players against Pennsylvania's. River Hill coach Brian Van Deusen is the head coach for the Maryland team that will try to avenge last season's 58-27 loss to Pennsylvania when it heads to Hersheypark Stadium for the June 14 classic.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | November 5, 1998
Mike McIntyre and Dustin Abey each had a goal and an assist as the host, No. 8-ranked Chesapeake Cougars (13-2) rolled to a 4-0 victory over the Annapolis Panthers in Class 4A East quarterfinal.Chesapeake scored 11 seconds into the game when Chris Watson converted off a pass from Abey. McIntrye scored his team-leading 19th goal in the 49th minute.South River 2, Wicomico 0: Goals by Clayton Brault and Sean Bredbenner gave the Seahawks (5-9) the Class 2A East quarterfinal victory. Bredbenner's first-half goal was his fourth of the playoffs.
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By Katherine Dunn | December 23, 2013
Seven Baltimore area players were named to the Consensus All-State Football Team Tuesday with numerous others making the big school, small school and private school teams. McDonogh's Dom Damico, who guilded the Eagles to an 11-0 season and the MIAA A Conference championship, shared Coach of the Year honors with Fort Hill's Todd Appel, whose Sentinels finished 14-0 with the Class 1A state title. DeMatha wide receiver Cameron Phillips, who is headed to Virginia Tech, was named Offensive Player of the Year. Middletown lineman Ricky Leonard, committed to Florida State. was named Defensive Player of the Year.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | September 29, 1998
All Dustin Abey wants is a little space.In his early days playing soccer, starting when he was 5, the Chesapeake senior was a goalie. He eventually grew bored."
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | September 24, 1998
The Chesapeake plan for last night's game at Broadneck was to keep the ball on the ground. That's obviously how senior striker Dustin Abey likes to play it.Abey scored three goals and added an assist as the No. 10-ranked Cougars one-touched their way past Broadneck, 4-1.Chesapeake improved to 6-1 on the season and remains perfect in the county at 4-0. Broadneck fell to 3-3 overall and 1-3 in the county."
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | November 11, 1998
With senior Dustin Abey providing the offense and a stellar performance from the defense, Chesapeake found a 1-0 answer to the Severna Park puzzle in last night's Class 4A East Region championship at Meade High.For Chesapeake, the third time did indeed prove to be the charm. The No. 7-ranked Cougars had a third chance to break a season-long spell that always seemed to have them a step behind No. 6 Severna Park.With their 3-0 loss in the regular season and another 2-1 setback in the county championship game against Severna Park now far in the background, the Cougars (15-3)
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By Monica Norton and Monica Norton,Evening Sun Staff | December 18, 1991
By day, Linda Abey is a secretary at the Ruth Parker Eason Special Education Center in Anne Arundel County, where she earns $51.74 a day.When the school day ends, Abey, a single mother of two teen-age daughters, rushes off to her second job, which she needs to make ends meet.Now Abey faces the possible loss of $206.96 of her school system salary this year because she and other Education Department employees may have to take an unpaid furlough of four days.County Executive Robert R. Neall proposed the furlough last month in an effort to cut the county's operating budget.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | November 21, 1998
The No. 6-ranked Chesapeake Cougars from Anne Arundel County found a familiar senior connection to cap a season that brought them their first Class 4A state championship last night.As had been the case so many other times this season, Dustin Abey found Mike McIntyre for a goal in the 55th minute at UMBC Stadium. Then the Cougars' resilient defense made the goal stand up for a 1-0 victory over Churchill."I always make a run when I see Dustin has the ball," said McIntyre, who scored 21 goals in his senior season, most coming from Abey's passes.
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November 26, 1998
Player of the YearDustin Abey, Chesapeake, senior: With 29 goals and 29 assists for his four-year career, Abey became Chesapeake's all-time leader in points. His game was much more than numbers, however. He was the catalyst in bringing the program its first Class 4A state title. "It didn't matter to him who scored the goals, as long as the team got the ball in the back of the net," said Chesapeake coach Earl Eckhardt. Most of the time this season, one way or another, Abey was in on Chesapeake goals, scoring 12 and assisting on 14 others.
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By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | December 13, 2013
Zach Abey Archbishop Spalding, quarterback, senior Every conversation about Abey seems to come back to one word - tough. At 6-2, 205 pounds, the senior was not only physically tough but mentally tough in leading the No. 4 Cavaliers (8-3) to third place in the area's toughest conference, the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference. "Everything runs through Zach," Spalding coach Kyle Schmitt said after taking over the program earlier this year.
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By Katherine Dunn and The Baltimore Sun | November 23, 2013
While Patterson's Sherrod Hawkes and Milford Mill's Jamaal Morant were playing in Friday night's regional championship games, they were among eight local high school football players added to the Maryland Crab Bowl roster. Also added in the final round of selections: Zach Abey of Archbishop Spalding; Tre Hamer of St. Paul's; Hakeem Holland and Malik Bridgers of St. Frances; Wylie Brown of Dundalk; and Antonio Thornton of Douglass. The sixth annual Crab Bowl, which pits the Baltimore-area all stars against Washington, D.C.-area all-stars, will be played Dec. 21 at 1 p.m. at McDaniel College in Westminster.
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From Sun staff reports | October 5, 2013
Zach Abey had two touchdown runs and two touchdown passes, and Ryan Craig finished with four tackles, a forced fumble and recovery as No. 13 Archbishop Spalding edged No. 12 St. Frances, 35-34, on Friday. The host Cavaliers (5-1) built a 14-0 lead after the first quarter and led 28-12 at the half. The Panthers (3-4) rallied in the fourth quarter with a 90-yard kickoff return by Khalil Stanfield and a 29-yard touchdown pass from Quantaye Battle. No. 14 Perry Hall 45, Catonsville 7: Quarterback Jeff Iweh passed for 308 yards and three touchdowns and rushed for another, and the visiting Gators' ground attack netted 259 yards.
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By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | October 2, 2013
Ask those who know Archbishop Spalding quarterback Zach Abey for one adjective to describe him and "tough" will be the most common response. A talented, durable two-way football player, Abey is also a champion wrestler and a rugby player. At 6 feet 2, 205 pounds, he can take a pounding and keep on going. When coach Kyle Schmitt took over the Cavaliers program last summer, he said: "Everything goes through Zach. " The No. 13 Cavaliers are 4-1 overall and 1-0 in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference after Abey ran for three touchdowns in Friday's 21-10 win over Loyola.
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By Mike Frainie, Special to The Baltimore Sun | January 19, 2013
The smile on John Carroll coach Keith Watson's face was apparent. He had plenty of reason for wearing it, too. Watson's third-ranked Patriots used a dominant effort in the middle weights and five pins to defeat host Archbishop Spalding in the finals and win the Spalding Cavalier Duals. The Patriots went 5-0 in the tournament to take the crown. South River finished third in the tournament, defeating Loudon County High School from Northern Virginia, 52-9, in the third-place match.
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From Sun staff reports | October 14, 2012
After losing big to top-ranked Gilman last week, Archbishop Spalding had something to prove. And the Cavaliers did. Zach Abey rushed for one touchdown and threw for another to lead host Spalding (4-3) to a 29-11 upset victory over No. 9 Mount St. Joseph on Friday. "We needed to prove to ourselves that we belong" in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference, coach Brian Propst said. "The team came together in the second quarter. And in the second half, we controlled the ball and the clock.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | November 14, 1998
Chesapeake's mighty attack was at its explosive best yesterday, and all it needed was 10 minutes.The No. 7-ranked Cougars from Pasadena went on a goal-scoring spree late in the first half to post a convincing 4-0 victory over Eleanor Roosevelt in a Class 4A soccer semifinal at Arundel High in Crownsville.The win sent the Cougars to their first state championship game, at 7: 30 p.m. next Saturday at UMBC, against the winner of last night's Perry Hall-Churchill match.Opportunities came even earlier than did scoring yesterday for the Cougars, who were first to the ball from the outset against their opponent from Greenbelt in Prince George's County.
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By Donald G. Vitek | October 27, 1991
Bowling both duckpins and tenpins doesn't seem to bother Abey and Joey Abend.Abey's average in both sports is exceptional -- 138 in duckpins, 190-plus in tenpins.Jody carries a 170-plus average in tenpins, about 115 in ducks.The Abends reside in Taneytown, and both bowl in the Pussy Cats, a Friday night duckpin league at Thunderhead Lanes in Taneytown. On Monday nights, Abey bowls in the Commercial Men's League at Westminster Thunderhead.Abey, a plumber for his father's company, C.E. Abend and Sons, has a high tenpin game of 290. On Sept.
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March 25, 2005
On March 23, 2005, KATHLEEN M. (nee O'Neal), devoted mother of Russell Lewis, Nancy Lambert, Tracy Lewis and Donna Morris. Also survived by ten grandchildren, six great-grandchildren; sister of Billy, Donald and Virginia and the loving Norton Family in Tennessee. Relatives and friends may call at Kaczorowski Funeral Home, P.A., 1201 Dundalk Avenue on Saturday, 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M. Prayer Service on Saturday at 8 P.M. Interment private.
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By Peter Temes and Peter Temes,special to the sun | May 12, 2002
Wish You Were Here, by Stewart O'Nan. Grove/Atlantic. 528 pages. $25. The Maxwells, like most American families, seem on the brink of disaster. The family's annual ingathering of three generations at a lakeside cottage unfolds in the pages of Stewart O'Nan's new novel, though Henry, the paterfamilias, is absent. His death the prior winter has set in motion what little action is to be found in Wish You Were Here. So many plot devices are wheeled out and made ready that the very lack of exterior drama is something of a triumph.
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