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By Rich Scherr | October 24, 2002
All-Metro center Josh Boone, a former South Carroll High School player now a post-graduate student at West Nottingham Academy near Rising Sun, has announced his intentions to attend the University of Connecticut. He plans to sign a letter of intent when the early national signing period begins Nov. 13. Boone averaged 20 points, 14.4 rebounds and 7.0 blocks per game to earn Carroll County Player of the Year honors last season.
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December 3, 1991
George Petrides, CityLed team to 2nd unbeaten season (10-0) and No. 1 ranking in 5 years . . . career record 88-68-1 . . . City graduate has been head coach since 1975 . . . great motivator and offensive innovator . . . team began season unranked after 6th-place finish in 1990 . . . worked closely with All-Metro quarterback Terrence Suber, developing him into area's finest option quarterback . . . was also Coach of the Year in 1987, when team was 11-0 and...
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By Kevin Van Valkenburg | November 7, 2001
For the third consecutive year, the University of Maryland women's soccer program has landed one of the Baltimore area's top high school players. McDonogh's Ali Andrzejewski, an All-Metro midfielder, has orally committed to play for the Terps next season. A member of the U.S. Youth Soccer Association's national team for her age group, Andrzejewski chose Maryland over the University of Connecticut, among others. "Staying home and playing in front of my family was important to me," Andrzejewski said.
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December 10, 2009
Dan Replogle, Winters Mill He's been here before. Replogle guided Francis Scott Key to a state championship in 2006 before moving over to Winters Mill the following year. Now he has earned a second state title - this time with the Falcons - and a second Coach of the Year honor. The Falcons had several good runners this year, led by first-team All-Metro pick Eric Tringali and second-team selection Tom Carpenter. But they truly ran as a pack and didn't worry about individual accolades.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | October 11, 1997
All-Metro defensive back Jason Wingeart of No. 9-ranked Hereford is on crutches after sustaining a hip injury and leaving the game during Thursday's 47-0 win over Chesapeake-BC.His status for the rest of the season won't be known until after a visit to doctors on Wednesday, Bulls coach Steve Turnbaugh said yesterday."Right now, we're looking to replace him," said Turnbaugh of Wingeart, who spent nearly six hours being examined at Franklin Square Hospital Thursday night.Wingeart has been the key player in Hereford's arrival as a Top 15 team over the last two seasons as the Bulls compiled a 17-1 record.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | February 15, 2000
All-Metro soccer Player of the Year Adom Crew will attend Brown University in Providence, R.I. The River Hill All-American, a three-time, first-team All-Metro selection and a four-year starter who led his team to three straight state championships and a 67-7 record, had narrowed his choices to Brown or Yale. "The academics are great at either place, but Brown has a great social atmosphere plus a good soccer program," Crew said. He has a 4.0 GPA and a 1300 SAT. He has scored 56 career goals and has 41 career assists.
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By Calvin Watkins and Calvin Watkins,Contributing Writer | October 28, 1994
Guy Butler, a first-team All-Metro basketball selection as a junior last season at Woodlawn High, has transferred to Lake Clifton.Butler, whose home is within blocks of the East Baltimore school, said there were two reasons for the decision.The first was the dismissal of Rod Norris as Woodlawn's coach after the 1993-94 season. Butler also said getting a ride to Woodlawn would be difficult, making Lake Clifton a perfect fit for him."I thought that was the best place for me to be since my coach left," he said.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | September 15, 1992
All-Metro center Norman Nolan of Milford Mill High transferred to Dunbar yesterday and is eligible to play basketball for the school this winter, Poets coach Pete Pompey said.Dunbar offers open enrollment to students who live in Baltimore City and pursue a health curriculum, and Pompey said there are several ways that the residency requirement can be met. He would not comment on how Nolan met the guideline, saying only that Nolan's "mother and stepfather have done what they could to get him into the school."
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December 10, 2001
GIRLS RUNNER OF THE YEAR Tenke Zoltani Dulaney If there were a Comeback Runner of the Year award, Zoltani would have claimed that, too. First, the senior overcame surgery on both of her legs and the words of one doctor who said she might never run again. Then, Zoltani proved that she never lost the competitive fire that earned her All-Metro and Baltimore City/County Runner of the Year honors for the second time in three seasons. Zoltani captured first place at the Class 3A North regional meet, the Baltimore County Championships, the Barnhardt Invitational and the elite race of the Bull Run. Her time of 18:53 at the Bull Run was one second off the course record set by Karen Pulliam of Quince Orchard last year.
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By Roch Eric Kubatko | June 8, 1995
Did anyone believe at the beginning of the year that John Carroll would go 18-2 and finish as the No. 4 team in the metro area? The Patriots were 10-7 the previous year, but returned 10 players and a coach who recognized their potential.Drexel, in his 15th season, had to "instill a little more confidence in them, especially hitting-wise," he said. And pitcher April Lynch "came into her own." The result: John Carroll's only losses occurred in March, against No. 1 Spalding and Catholic.It closed the year by winning 16 straight games and the Harford County championship.
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