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By Joe DePriest and Joe DePriest,Knight-Ridder News Service | September 27, 1993
IRON STATION, N.C. -- Unlike tombstones for many Civil War veterans, former slave Adam Moore's marker makes no mention of his time helping the Confederate Army.Just that he died Aug. 25, 1941, at the age of 109 years, 4 months, 10 days; and a brief send-off to eternity: "My work is over. My vacation has begun. The path of glory leads but to the grave."Amateur historian Rudolph Young knows of events beyond the inscription etched in marble. That's what draws him to the moss-flecked stone in the Mount Vernon Baptist Church cemetery.
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August 28, 2006
Adam Philip Moore Sr., a longtime Bethlehem Steel Corp. foreman who oversaw the coke ovens there and then, as an environmental consultant, helped dismantle them once the Sparrows Point plant was sold, died of heart failure Aug. 21 in Jarrettsville in his car on the way to play golf. The Jarrettsville and former Parkville resident was 72. Two years after retirement, Mr. Moore returned to the Sparrows Point plant in 1996 to ensure that hazardous wastes were properly disposed of as the coke ovens were demolished.
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SPORTS
By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | April 23, 1998
Chesapeake has something Severna Park wants, and the Falcons showed yesterday in Lake Shore they're going after it.Top-ranked Severna Park (13-1) blanked No. 10 Chesapeake, 3-0, on Pat Boucher's three-hitter. The win was Severna Park's 13th straight in their trek to what they hope will lead to the school's first state baseball title in baseball. Chesapeake accomplished the feat a year ago.Boucher (5-0) out-dueled junior right-hander Adam Moore (2-3), who pitched a four-hitter for Chesapeake with six strikeouts and two walks.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | April 23, 1998
Chesapeake has something Severna Park wants, and the Falcons showed yesterday in Lake Shore they're going after it.Top-ranked Severna Park (13-1) blanked No. 10 Chesapeake, 3-0, on Pat Boucher's three-hitter. The win was Severna Park's 13th straight in their trek to what they hope will lead to the school's first state baseball title in baseball. Chesapeake accomplished the feat a year ago.Boucher (5-0) out-dueled junior right-hander Adam Moore (2-3), who pitched a four-hitter for Chesapeake with six strikeouts and two walks.
SPORTS
By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | April 2, 1998
Chesapeake infielder Mike Uleckas was incorrectly identified in this photo that appeared in Thursday's editions of The Sun.Getting that first pitch over for a strike is a sound pitching philosophy.However, it can work against a pitcher if the other team is hacking away at that first offering as No. 10-ranked Chesapeake was yesterday at No. 14 North County in Ferndale.Hard-throwing North County right-hander Billy Whitecotton took a five-hitter and a 4-2 lead into the top of a decisive fifth inning.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | April 1, 1998
After four games and a 2-2 start, the Chesapeake Cougars are getting used to being defending 4A state champions. It's not an easy role because, unlike most other teams, there is no such thing as an easy game.Everybody wants to beat the defending champion, it can make their season. The mere words, "we beat the state champs" is equivalent to a title for many of those not apt to winning one."I think the kids are just starting to understand that everybody comes out to play us hard," said eighth-year head coach Jim Simms after his Cougars came back from a 4-1 deficit to beat Old Mill, 5-4, on Monday.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | March 25, 1998
Is the pendulum about to swing and shift the power to a new 1-2 punch in Anne Arundel baseball?If pitching truly is the name of the game in high school baseball, it looks as if Severna Park and Chesapeake have the edge over perennial powers Arundel and Old Mill.The first indication of a reversal of powers in Class 4A came last spring when Chesapeake won the 4A state championship. The Cougars did lose twice to Old Mill, which won the county regular-season title, but Old Mill was eliminated by Arundel in the playoffs.
NEWS
August 28, 2006
Adam Philip Moore Sr., a longtime Bethlehem Steel Corp. foreman who oversaw the coke ovens there and then, as an environmental consultant, helped dismantle them once the Sparrows Point plant was sold, died of heart failure Aug. 21 in Jarrettsville in his car on the way to play golf. The Jarrettsville and former Parkville resident was 72. Two years after retirement, Mr. Moore returned to the Sparrows Point plant in 1996 to ensure that hazardous wastes were properly disposed of as the coke ovens were demolished.
NEWS
May 4, 2004
On April 28, 2004 MRS. CORA MAE wife of Esley Whitt; mother of Rev. Dwight Reginald Whitt OP and Donna Gail White; grandmother of Adam Moore. Friends may call at the Phillips Funeral Home, 1721 N. Monroe Street on Tuesday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Beginning at 9 a.m. Wednesday Mrs. Whitt will lie in state at the Providence Baptist Church, Pennsylvania and Lafayette Avenues where the family will receive friends from 10:00 to 10:30 a.m. with funeral services to...
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May 3, 2005
On April 28, 2005, MR. ESLEY M., father of Rev. Dwight Reginald Whitt, OP, Donna Gail White and Dana Johnson. Grandfather of Adam Moore. Friends may call at the Phillips Funeral Home, 1721 N. Monroe Street, on Tuesday from 11 A.M. to 8 P.M. Beginning at 9 A.M. Wednesday, Mr. Whitt will lie in state at the Providence Baptist Church, Pennsylvania and Lafayette Avenues, where the family will receive friends from 10 to 10:30 A.M., with funeral service to...
SPORTS
By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | April 2, 1998
Chesapeake infielder Mike Uleckas was incorrectly identified in this photo that appeared in Thursday's editions of The Sun.Getting that first pitch over for a strike is a sound pitching philosophy.However, it can work against a pitcher if the other team is hacking away at that first offering as No. 10-ranked Chesapeake was yesterday at No. 14 North County in Ferndale.Hard-throwing North County right-hander Billy Whitecotton took a five-hitter and a 4-2 lead into the top of a decisive fifth inning.
SPORTS
By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | April 1, 1998
After four games and a 2-2 start, the Chesapeake Cougars are getting used to being defending 4A state champions. It's not an easy role because, unlike most other teams, there is no such thing as an easy game.Everybody wants to beat the defending champion, it can make their season. The mere words, "we beat the state champs" is equivalent to a title for many of those not apt to winning one."I think the kids are just starting to understand that everybody comes out to play us hard," said eighth-year head coach Jim Simms after his Cougars came back from a 4-1 deficit to beat Old Mill, 5-4, on Monday.
SPORTS
By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | March 25, 1998
Is the pendulum about to swing and shift the power to a new 1-2 punch in Anne Arundel baseball?If pitching truly is the name of the game in high school baseball, it looks as if Severna Park and Chesapeake have the edge over perennial powers Arundel and Old Mill.The first indication of a reversal of powers in Class 4A came last spring when Chesapeake won the 4A state championship. The Cougars did lose twice to Old Mill, which won the county regular-season title, but Old Mill was eliminated by Arundel in the playoffs.
NEWS
By Joe DePriest and Joe DePriest,Knight-Ridder News Service | September 27, 1993
IRON STATION, N.C. -- Unlike tombstones for many Civil War veterans, former slave Adam Moore's marker makes no mention of his time helping the Confederate Army.Just that he died Aug. 25, 1941, at the age of 109 years, 4 months, 10 days; and a brief send-off to eternity: "My work is over. My vacation has begun. The path of glory leads but to the grave."Amateur historian Rudolph Young knows of events beyond the inscription etched in marble. That's what draws him to the moss-flecked stone in the Mount Vernon Baptist Church cemetery.
SPORTS
By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | April 14, 1999
Glenelg starter Jeff Starcher's eyes lit up yesterday when he saw the unusual height of Atholton's pitching mound, one of the highest in the county.Starcher's best pitch is the curveball, and a high mound adds snap to that pitch.So it was no surprise that Starcher (3-0), last season's Baltimore Sun Howard County Player of the Year, threw his best game of the season, a five-hit, 4-0 victory over the No. 14-ranked Raiders (4-3 overall, 3-3 league). He struck out eight and walked three.Starcher's pitching opponent, Adam Beaver, also hurled a fine game, holding No. 9 Glenelg (6-2, 4-2)
SPORTS
By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | April 30, 1998
One of the truly ugliest high school baseball games of the spring was played in Millersville yesterday as No. 12-ranked Chesapeake hammered No. 10 Old Mill, 16-6.The victory gave Chesapeake (11-6 overall, 6-2 league) sole possession of first in the county's North Division, a game ahead of Old Mill (11-7, 5-3) with two regular season games left.Defending county champion Old Mill lost for the sixth time in nine games.Senior third baseman Mark Campbell got his first varsity pitching start for pitching-short Old Mill and won't soon forget it. He took the brunt of Chesapeake's assault, giving up 10 runs and 14 hits, eight for extra bases, in six innings.
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