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By JOHN W. STEWART | November 19, 1997
Coach of the YearDavid Trumbo, Liberty: With three seniors for leadership and guidance, the second-year coach molded a young team into one that shared the Central Maryland Conference championship, and won a regional title before losing to Northern-Calvert, the eventual Class 3A champion, in the state semifinals. In the process the team improved on its record of a year ago, going 15-4 for a two-year record of 25-8. The year before he arrived, the Lions were 7-8. Trumbo, who played soccer at Towson University in the mid-1970s, has an undergraduate degree in physical education and a graduate degree in recreation administration.
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By Katie V. Jones | March 4, 2012
Peter Davis wants the world to know that he's not a fairy godmother, though his appearance suggests the contrary. Dressed completely in pink from fairy wings to a full tutu, Peter Davis is proud to be the hairy godmother in "Over the Moon," a musical comedy about somewhat fractured fairy tales, written by Jodi Picoult. "It is definitely the coolest costume I've ever worn," said the 17-year-old Winter Mills High School junior. The show, a collaboration of several local Carroll County high school theater groups, is set for performances March 9-10 at Winters Mill High School.
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November 20, 2002
BOYS RUNNER OF THE YEAR Dan Reedy South Carroll Not since Jason Santucci of Westminster in 1997 and 1998 has a runner claimed back-to-back Runner of the Year honors -- until now. The senior proved that last season was no fluke as he grabbed his second straight county championship in 17 minutes, 11 seconds. Reedy had four other top-10 finishes, including a runner-up effort at the Westminster Invitational, a fourth-place outing at the Central Maryland Conference championships and a sixth-place performance at the Howard County Striders Invitational.
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By Joe Burris and Joe Burris,joseph.burris@baltsun.com | February 7, 2009
Going from zero to 60 mph in one second will make people stop and stare, but Rod Saboury need not drive his 2,400-horsepower, twin-turbo-charged Corvette that fast to grab attention. Sometimes, the Millers resident and National Hot Rod Association driver cruises along Carroll County's streets or pulls up into a McDonald's drive-through, and then heads turn - fixated on the Corvette's dragster-engine sound, fire-red exterior and hot-rod designs. "It's like driving a UFO on the highway," says Saboury, 58, whose 1963-model Corvette is widely regarded as the fastest street-legal car on the planet.
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By Glenn P. Graham | November 22, 1996
Coach of the YearBill Rumbaugh, North Carroll: When Rumbaugh took over the struggling Panther program in 1993, he told his staff that four years would be an accurate timetable to gauge how much progress has been made. Four years later, with his first group of freshmen now seniors, the Panthers enjoyed a 6-4 season and have a strong nucleus returning to build on. Rumbaugh saw the first glimpses of success on last year's 5-3 JV team, which moved into the varsity ranks this fall. "A winning attitude is an important thing, and it's changing in our program," Rumbaugh said.
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By Glenn P. Graham | November 22, 1996
Offensive Player of the Year: Dante Partlow, WestminsterDefensive Player of the Year: Scott Norbury, South CarrollCoach of the Year: Bill Rumbaugh, North CarrollFIRST TEAM OFFENSEName, School, Year, PositionRyan Pagels, Liberty, Senior, QuarterbackAdam Crowl, North Carroll, Junior, Running backJosh Denning, Liberty, Senior, Running backDante Partlow, Westminster, Senior, Running backBrian Tozer, Westminster, Senior, Running backShaun O'Neill, South Carroll,...
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By JOHN W. STEWART | March 17, 1998
Boys Player of YearJohn Ely, South Carroll, Sr., G: The key player for the Cavaliers, he was the second leading scorer in the county (19.7 average), producing three of the top four individual efforts in the process (all in the 30s), despite drawing special attention from opposing coaches. He worked against a variety of defenses -- including double-teams -- and the team was at its best when he was able to complement his scoring with good ball-handling and distribution and got some scoring help.
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March 7, 2003
The Sun's 2002-2003 All-Carroll County indoor track team was selected by Jeff Seidel after consultation with The Sun staff and area coaches.
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June 10, 2007
BOYS LACROSSE Player of the Year Travis Love Winters Mill The senior was the unyielding force that helped make Winters Mill (19-0) Carroll County's firststate lacrosse champion. The Towson University-bound goalie led the county with a .710 save percentage, allowing just 92 goals in 19 games - an average of less than five per game. He did some of his best work in the Class 2A-1A state title game, making 20 saves in a 6-5 overtime win against previously unbeaten Parkside. For his efforts, Love, 6 feet 1 and 180 pounds, earlier this week was named the Class 2A-1A winner of the C. Markland Kelly Award as the top player in state 2A and 1A schools, as selected by coaches.
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