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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,Staff writer | December 4, 1991
Before Wilde Lake marched through the Class 1A playoffs to its second straight state championship and second straight undefeated season, the Wildecats took care of business at home by mastering the county for the third straight year.The Wildecats, who haven't lost in thecounty since 1988, primed themselves for the playoffs by recording six shutouts against their seven county opponents.In light of that dominance, Wilde Lake leads the Howard County Sun's All-County team with eight selections.
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April 15, 2014
The prevailing governing philosophy of Baltimore County might well be summed up, with apologies to Henry David Thoreau, as "That government is best which governs least interestingly. " As such, County Executive Kevin Kamenetz appeared to go to great lengths in his budget address to the County Council this morning to conceal the fact that he is proposing something quite significant. But there it is, toward the bottom of page eight, after a lengthy discussion of the merits of lowering the projected rate of return on county pensions and forward-funding OPEB obligations (eyes glazing over yet?
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SPORTS
By Rick Belz and Stan Rappaport | March 16, 1999
Player of the YearLauren Martin, Glenelg, Sr., G: Martin ended "a dream season" Saturday night at UMBC with the Class 1A state championship, a fitting way for Howard County's all-time leading scorer to finish her career. "It's definitely a great way to go out," Martin said. A three-time first-team all-county selection, Martin needed 391 points this season to break the mark of 1,676 points set by Mount Hebron 1982 graduate Doreatha Beck. The 5-foot-7 guard scored 477 points, including a game-high 22 in the championship game win over Allegany, to finish with 1,763.
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The Baltimore Sun | May 17, 2013
The Baltimore County baseball coaches released their 2013 picks for top players, coaches and all-county teams earlier this week. The full list is below. 2013 Baltimore County baseball awards Baltimore County Player of the Year: Sam Stark, Towson, senior Baltimore County Pitcher of the Year: Matt Evans, Eastern Tech, senior Baltimore County Offensive Player of the Year: Kris Ewers, Dulaney, senior Divisional Coaches of the Year: Division I -- Rich Hambor, Catonsville; Division II -- Brad Eastham, Towson; Division III -- Brian Powell, Dundalk Sportsmanship Award: Division I -- Hereford; Division II -- Loch Raven; Division III -- Chesapeake-BC All-Baltimore County first team Pitcher: John Klein, Catonsville, junior Pitcher: Matt Evans, Eastern Tech, senior Pitcher: Aidan Miller, Towson, senior Infielder: Kyle Kershner, Towson, senior Infielder: Tyler Silbersack, Franklin, junior Infielder: Sam Stark, Towson, senior Infielder: Kris Ewers, Dulaney, senior Infielder: Tyler Smith, Western Tech, senior Infielder: Jay Patti, Hereford, senior Infielder: Logan Countryman, Loch Raven, senior Infielder: Cody Gwinn, Eastern Tech, junior Outfielder: Ryan Silcott, Franklin, senior Outfielder: Bobby Donald, Dulaney, senior Outfielder: Paul Walter, Eastern Tech, senior Outfielder: Robbie Wheelton, Catonsville,...
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By PAT O'MALLEY | December 2, 1990
A plethora of running backs led by William Beverly, the Anne Arundel County Sun Player of the Year, and the county's all-time single-season passing leader, Johnny Ray of North County, head this year's Anne Arundel County Sun All-County Football Team.Beverly, who led the Patriots to their first-ever playoff berth in high school football with 20 touchdowns and 1,663 all-purpose yards, was one of several outstanding running backs in the county this year.Joining Beverly in the first-team backfield are John Jennings of Severna Park (one of six Falcons named to the first team)
SPORTS
By GLENN P. GRAHAM | May 29, 1997
Player of the YearKari Evans, Liberty: In her three years on varsity, Evans improved every facet of her game to become the most complete player in the county. Her outstanding offensive game is what stands out most. "She can go right and left and is very explosive with great stick skills," said Liberty coach Courtney Vaughn. After earning first-team All-County honors last year, scoring 28 goals and adding an assist, Evans improved those numbers significantly this year with 47 goals and 13 assists.
SPORTS
By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | March 17, 1999
How competitive does this baseball season promise to be? As competitive as 10 fans chasing a Mark McGuire home run ball. How could it not be a dogfight with nine first-team All-Howard County players returning and seven second-team all-county players back? And when is the last time the Player of the Year returned? Glenelg's Jeff Starcher, who led the Gladiators to the county championship and a state Class 1A title, with two pitching victories and four home runs in the playoffs, is certainly a rarity.
SPORTS
By Rick Belz | December 5, 1996
Atholton Raiders1995-96 record: 5-7 overall, 2-5 leagueCoach: Bruce LinbladTop wrestlers: Wade Zancan, 145, Jr.; Elliott Lipple, 125, Sr.; J. P. Giles, 130, Sr.; Bryan Loeffler, 135, Sr.Outlook: The Raiders have one of the weakest outlooks of any county squad. They have no one at 160 pounds or above. Second-team All-County wrestler Tim McGrail transferred to Hammond. An excellent heavyweight, Paul McElheny, is academically ineligible. "And we have four in school who just didn't come back out," Linblad said.
NEWS
May 26, 1991
Name: Jeff WagnerHonored by The Carroll County Sun for: Being among county baseball leaders in batting (first at .596); home runs (tied for third with 3); doubles (first with 6); runs batted in (first with 21) for the Liberty LionsAge: 17Residence; hometown: Sykesville; Middle River, Baltimore CountyEducation: Senior at Liberty High School in Eldersburg; graduate of Sykesville Middle; graduate of Hawthorne Elementary in Middle RiverFamily: Mother: Donna Dalfonzo, saleswoman at Hecht's in Owings Mills, Baltimore County; Stepfather: Stephen Dalfonzo, vice president of American Metaseal in Arbutus, Baltimore County; Brother:Brandon, 13, attends Sykesville MiddleActivities/hobbies: reg Football, wrestling, tennis, basketballAccomplishments: Earned two varsity letters in baseball, All-Central Maryland Conference and All-County selection last year, earned two varsity letters in football, All-CMC and All-County selection two years, All-CMC second team selection in wrestlingRecipient's comments: "This year I came in with agoal to bat .500 and wanted five wins pitching and I met those goals.
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By PAT O'MALLEY | July 18, 1993
It's a Sunday sportsmorgasbrowse day sports fans.* Four Anne Arundel County baseball players will get a thrill today when they play in the annual Crown High School All-Star Game at Camden Yards following the Orioles and Minnesota Twins game.State 4A champion Arundel will be represented by All-Metro first baseman Tim Giles and All-County DH Mike Cozzone. Old Mill All-County left-hander Lee Haney and second team All-County pitcher Joe York of North County will also play for the South against the North.
SPORTS
By Sandra McKee and The Baltimore Sun | December 6, 2012
Six C. Milton Wright field hockey players lead the All-Harford County selections from the county's coaches. Also, listed below are the Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference's All-Susquehanna and All-Chesapeake Division teams, also selected by the coaches. All Harford County First Team Forwards Taylor Burrier - Bel Air Jenny Eckert - C.M.Wright Danielle McDiarmid - Fallston Rebecca Rinaca - North Harford Kara Parks - North Harford Mariel Castronova - Patterson Mill Midfielders Sabrina Rhodes - C.M. Wright Emily Jachelski - C.M. Wright Lindsay Summers - Fallston Katie Owens - North Harford Linnea Gonzales - Patterson Mill Defense Maggie Gallagher - C.M. Wright Bethany Riley - C.M. Wright Nicole McDiarmid - Fallston Maddie Price - North Harford Christina Claypool - Patterson Mill Christina Miller - Joppatowne Goalie Sydney Rhodes - C.M. Wright UCBAC All-Susquehanna Division First Team Forwards Lyndsey Endlich - Harford Tech Paige Buckworth - North East Natalie Hack - North East Haley Stewart - Havre de Grace Midfielders Hannah Wein - Perryville Ashley Martinez - Joppatowne Aria Real - Aberdeen Tyler Bethke - Harford Tech Casie Preisch - Perryville Defense Christine Miller - Joppatowne Ginger Williams - Aberdeen Molly Crothers - Perryville Goalies Brittany...
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By Erica L. Green, The Baltimore Sun | November 29, 2012
As Baltimore City education and political leaders prepare to present a $2.4 billion facilities plan in Annapolis next legislative session, officials in Baltimore County said they are eyeing a similar approach to repair their school infrastructure. County schools officials are in the process of studying each of the system's 174 buildings to determine how they might fit into a long-term plan to upgrade the system's infrastructure, estimated to cost at least $1.7 billion. The city decided this week on a 10-year plan that would close 26 buildings, end or relocate 29 programs, and renovate or rebuild 136 facilities.
SPORTS
By Sandra McKee and The Baltimore Sun | November 14, 2012
The varsity field hockey coaches in Baltimore County have voted on All-County teams and sportsmanship awards. They are presented here. SPORTSMANSHIP AWARDS: Division 1 -- Hereford; Division 2 -- Owings Mills. OVERALL ALL-COUNTY TEAM Goalie: Meg Horan, Towson, junior Defense: Caitlin Abbott, Hereford, senior; Emily Edington, Dulaney, senior; Maggie Whelley, Catonsville, senior; Maggie Coccagna, Towson, senior Midfield: Allison Kennelly, Dulaney, senior; Shannon Martello, Hereford, senior; Sara Beach, Towson, senior; Rachel Saks, Catonsville, senior; Lacey Aghazarian, Hereford, senior Attack: Mary Claire Abbott, Hereford, senior; Suzy Banister, Dulaney, senior; Brittani LaFollette, Sparrows Point, senior; Maddie Tribbe, Towson, junior; Brooke Stevens, Catonsville, junior DIVISION I FIRST TEAM Goalie: Meg Horan, Towson, junior Defense: Caitlin Abbott, Hereford, senior; Emily Edington, Dulaney, senior; Maggie Whelley, Catonsville, senior; Maggie Coccagna, Towson, senior Midfield: Allison Kennelly, Dulaney, senior; Shannon Martello, Hereford, senior; Sara Beach, Towson, senior; Rachel Saks, Catonsville, senior; Lacy Aghazarian, Hereford, senior Attack: Mary Claire Abbott, Hereford, senior; Suzy Banister, Dulaney, senior; Maddie Tribbe, Towson, junior; Brooke Stevens, Catonsville, junior DIVISION I SECOND TEAM Goalie: Rebecca Chase, Franklin, junior Defense: Steph...
SPORTS
By Sandra McKee and The Baltimore Sun | November 12, 2012
With the 2012 field hockey season completed, the Anne Arundel County coaches have voted for their All-County teams. The first, second and honorable mention selections are presented here: FIRST TEAM Goalie: Naomi Johnson, South River, 11. Attack: Aislinn Probst, Broadneck, 12; Danielle Maines, North County, 11; Adley Beairsto, Severna Park , 12; Abbey Lawrence, South River, 12; Jennie Milligan, South River, 12. Midfield: ...
EXPLORE
April 26, 2012
Howard held off defending champion Centennial at the 35th annual Howard County Championship meet, April 22 at the Howard Community College pool. Because swimming is not a sport that is sanctioned by the county's high school athletic program, the event is sponsored by the Columbia Clippers club team. Each school had a captain that recruited his or her classmates to form a team. Although Howard County public school swimmers get only one chance a year to represent their high school in the pool, many local swimmers will be continuing in college next year.
NEWS
By Mary Gail Hare, The Baltimore Sun | April 3, 2012
A bomb threat closed all eight Kent County public schools Tuesday morning and forced Maryland State Police and local officers to search the buildings with bomb-sniffing dogs. The schools were closed soon after classes began and approximately 2,500 students were sent home for the rest of the day. The search continued throughout the day, but no explosive devices had been detected by late afternoon, school officials said. School officials confirmed they had found a note early Tuesday at Kent County Middle School in Chestertown.
SPORTS
By Edward Lee | December 6, 1999
Bowling Brook Thoroughbreds1998-99 record: 2-8Coach: Jim TavennerTop wrestler: Mike Price, Sr., hwt.Outlook: At first glance, the likelihood of the Thoroughbreds' winning their fourth state private schools B Division title in six years appears distant. Tavenner doesn't have a wrestler in six weight classes from 103 to 130 pounds and at 140, and 31 of the squad's 32 wrestlers have never performed on the varsity level. But the lone returner is Price, who went 24-5 last season and placed fifth in the state individual tournament to earn all-county honors.
SPORTS
By Roch Eric Kubatko | September 7, 1993
Todd Carrick, Spalding, Sr., D -- As a sweeper last season, Carrick was the Cavaliers' most valuable defender. And that role shouldn't change this year. He provides splendid protection for goalkeeper Danny Watts.Chris Cosentino, North County, Sr., M -- One of the unsung heroes in North County's drive to the 4A, Region IV championship last year, Cosentino takes over as the Knights' top player. He had six goals and five assists last year, and was a first-team All-State selection. He's one of the best players in the state, says coach Steve Malone.
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