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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | March 10, 2005
Adam Berry likes to compete with his twin brother, Andrew. The two-time All-Metro wide receiver at Bel Air won some bragging rights last night, being awarded the grand prize, $4,000 scholarship winner at the 42nd Scholar Athlete Awards Dinner sponsored by the Greater Baltimore chapter of the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame. The second-team All-State player is the school's all-time leading receiver in career receptions, receiving yards and receiving touchdowns and will attend Princeton.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | March 10, 2005
Adam Berry likes to compete with his twin brother, Andrew. The two-time All-Metro wide receiver at Bel Air won some bragging rights last night, being awarded the grand prize, $4,000 scholarship winner at the 42nd Scholar Athlete Awards Dinner sponsored by the Greater Baltimore chapter of the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame. The second-team All-State player is the school's all-time leading receiver in career receptions, receiving yards and receiving touchdowns and will attend Princeton.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 9, 2004
The Berry brothers helped No. 6 Bel Air awaken from a flat first-half effort to score 22 second-half points and roll to a 28-13 victory over host Edgewood in an Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference game last night. A team rule forced wide receiver Adam Berry to sit out the first quarter after he missed two days of practice this week. Berry went to Hollywood, Calif., as one of 11 high school players selected to see the premiere of the movie Friday Night Lights at Graumann's Chinese Theater.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 9, 2004
The Berry brothers helped No. 6 Bel Air awaken from a flat first-half effort to score 22 second-half points and roll to a 28-13 victory over host Edgewood in an Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference game last night. A team rule forced wide receiver Adam Berry to sit out the first quarter after he missed two days of practice this week. Berry went to Hollywood, Calif., as one of 11 high school players selected to see the premiere of the movie Friday Night Lights at Graumann's Chinese Theater.
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By MILTON KENT | September 9, 2004
THEY can't be that good. It's OK if you think that about Andrew and Adam Berry, the senior quarterback and wide receiver duo at Bel Air High. What else could you think about identical twins who are gifted athletically, brainy enough to have practically the entire Ivy League clamoring after them, popular enough to win school-wide elections and at home with their folks at 9 p.m. on a holiday weekend night? The trouble is, while you're thinking that Andrew, the cool left-handed quarterback, and Adam, the solid receiver, can't be that impressive, they're out there impressing you. "They're really that good," said Bel Air coach Bruce Riley.
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By Rick Belz, Pat O'Malley, Lem Satterfield, Rich Scherr, Jeff Zrebiec | November 14, 2003
Regional Football Semifinals Today Arundel (7-3) at No. 2 Broadneck (10-0) Region: Class 4A East Time: 7 p.m. Outlook: The area's best passing game goes against arguably the best defense. Arundel invades Cape St. Claire with QB Bobby Schram, who has thrown for an area-leading 2,238 yards and 24 TDs, and his bevy of receivers led by Danny Marin (34 receptions, 502 yards, 5 TDs). Broadneck's defense has posted five shutouts and given up just 5.2 points a game, with DB Kyle Bloomfield leading Anne Arundel County in interceptions with six. Also, Bruins junior PK Chris Desautels has a county-record 10 FGs. Broadneck escaped Gambrills with a 17-14 regular-season win when Bryan Jones' 27-yard FG attempt with 47 seconds left was ruled no good.
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December 15, 2003
Co-Offensive Players of the Year: Erin Henderson, Aberdeen; T. J. Swanson, South Carroll Coach of the Year: Joe Harbert, Aberdeen First-team offense Name School Class Position Erin Henderson Aberdeen Senior Quarterback T.J. Swanson South Carroll Senior Quarterback Brent Cash Joppatowne Senior Running back Thomas Smith Patterson Senior Running back Glenn Williams Arch. Curley Junior Running back Dietrich Wright Eastern Tech Senior Running back Adam Berry Bel Air Junior Wide receiver Jason Goode Woodlawn Senior Tight end Ben Nowak River Hill Senior Tight end Joe Akers Hereford Junior Lineman Brandon Albert Glen Burnie Senior Lineman Scott Burley Woodlawn Senior Lineman Ben Gabbard Broadneck Senior Lineman Cameron Goldberg McDonogh Senior Lineman Gary Townes Chesapeake-AA Junior All-purpose Chris Desautels Broadneck Junior Kicker Second-team offense Name School Class Position Andrew Berry Bel Air Junior Quarterback Bobby Schram Arundel Senior Quarterback Dane Frank John Carroll Junior Running back Shane Walterhoefer Boys' Latin Junior Running back Shanorm Young Poly Senior Running back Cory Davis McDonogh Senior Wide receiver Tim Jennings Pallotti Junior Wide receiver Chris Luette South Carroll Senior Wide receiver Willie Bell Bel Air Junior Tight end Adrian Brown Randallstown Senior Lineman Luke Hiteshew Mount St. Joseph Senior Lineman David Howard Oakland Mills Junior Lineman Ray Matula Southern-AA Senior Lineman Shawn Frederick Wilde Lake...
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By Edward Lee | June 10, 2005
Performer of the Year, Lamar Clayton, Havre de Grace Winless at the Harford County championships last spring, the senior made amends at the Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference meet. Clayton won three times, claiming the 110 high hurdles in 14.88 seconds, the 300 intermediate hurdles in 39.58 and the triple jump with a leap of 43 feet, 8 1/2 inches. After grabbing Class 1A North regional crowns in all three events, Clayton nearly repeated that accomplishment at the state meet. He captured the 110 high hurdles in 15 1/4 and the triple jump with a mark of 43-8 1/2 . Coach of the Year Don Mickey, C.M. Wright The Mustangs, who had captured 14 of the past 18 county titles, continued their ways in the inaugural Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | December 21, 2003
Bel Air High School reported a flurry of student activity recently as the school system prepared to close for the midyear holidays. Seven Bel Air High students had their artwork selected for exhibition at Government House, the governor's residence in Annapolis. Ornaments by Brionne Bradley, Jesus Bustamonte, Caroline Cook, Allison Farley, Richard Jackson, Holly Lane and Melody Taylor have been hung on the state Christmas tree. The ornaments reflect the students' childhood memories. In another note from Annapolis, Bel Air seniors Amanda Henninger and Jake Tanenbaum were selected to be pages at the Maryland General Assembly session next year.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | September 4, 2004
Poly's defense dominated visiting Edgewood's offense, 29-6, yesterday in an early-season meeting between Baltimore City and Harford County. The Engineers (1-0) had three interceptions against the Rams (0-1). Richardo Silva ran an interception 47 yards for a touchdown in the second quarter. Jerrell Crossier led the Engineers' offense with 51 rushing yards and a pair of two-point conversions. No. 7 Broadneck 42, Chesapeake-AA 6: Senior quarterback Tony Marino scored three rushing touchdowns, and tailback Brandon Johnson added two to lead the visiting Bruins (1-0)
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By MILTON KENT | September 9, 2004
THEY can't be that good. It's OK if you think that about Andrew and Adam Berry, the senior quarterback and wide receiver duo at Bel Air High. What else could you think about identical twins who are gifted athletically, brainy enough to have practically the entire Ivy League clamoring after them, popular enough to win school-wide elections and at home with their folks at 9 p.m. on a holiday weekend night? The trouble is, while you're thinking that Andrew, the cool left-handed quarterback, and Adam, the solid receiver, can't be that impressive, they're out there impressing you. "They're really that good," said Bel Air coach Bruce Riley.
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By Rick Belz, Pat O'Malley, Lem Satterfield, Rich Scherr, Jeff Zrebiec | November 14, 2003
Regional Football Semifinals Today Arundel (7-3) at No. 2 Broadneck (10-0) Region: Class 4A East Time: 7 p.m. Outlook: The area's best passing game goes against arguably the best defense. Arundel invades Cape St. Claire with QB Bobby Schram, who has thrown for an area-leading 2,238 yards and 24 TDs, and his bevy of receivers led by Danny Marin (34 receptions, 502 yards, 5 TDs). Broadneck's defense has posted five shutouts and given up just 5.2 points a game, with DB Kyle Bloomfield leading Anne Arundel County in interceptions with six. Also, Bruins junior PK Chris Desautels has a county-record 10 FGs. Broadneck escaped Gambrills with a 17-14 regular-season win when Bryan Jones' 27-yard FG attempt with 47 seconds left was ruled no good.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,SUN STAFF | May 7, 2004
For the second time in a six-day span, the combination of Jorgen Eliason's left arm and the Bel Air bats were too much for the C. Milton Wright baseball team to overcome. Eliason pitched six solid innings and hit one of two Bobcats home runs as No. 9 Bel Air defeated host and 10th-ranked C. Milton Wright, 13-2, in six innings yesterday to clinch a spot in next week's Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference championship game. With only one league game remaining, Bel Air (11-4, 9-2), which saw an eight-game winning streak end in a lightning-shortened nonleague loss to Havre de Grace on Wednesday, is a game ahead of the Mustangs (13-4, 8-3)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | October 27, 2004
Bel Air senior quarterback Andrew Berry has suffered a broken left wrist - his throwing hand - that will force him to miss Friday night's game against Severn and perhaps more, his father, Drew Sr., and his coach, Bruce Riley, said yesterday. Berry, a second-team All-Metro pick who ranks among the area's top quarterbacks with 1,073 passing yards and 18 touchdowns, was injured Monday while executing a "hanging clean" during weight training, his father said. "It's a break. The doctors are saying we're looking at about four weeks and we'll see. He could be back for the playoffs, but we just don't know," said Drew Berry Sr., adding that the injury "had nothing to do with anybody at the school, and he wasn't horsing around."
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