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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | December 31, 1995
Loyola guard Mike Powell was named to the all-tournament team for the Otis Spunkmeyer Classic after scoring 44 points in ** two games, including 29 Friday night in the Greyhounds' 73-55 consolation victory over Holy Cross in Oakland, Calif.The Greyhounds (2-7), who were 0-10 in games played in California, broke a seven-game losing streak.Kansas State, which beat Loyola in Thursday's opener, 76-69, took the title with a 65-58 victory over host California.Loyola starting point guard John McDonald did not make the trip after deciding to take a leave of absence from the team.
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Sports Digest | May 30, 2012
Et cetera 8 Loyola, UM players on men's lacrosse All-Tournament team Loyola and Maryland dominated the All-Tournament team for the NCAA men's lacrosse tournament, with eight of the 10 players named to the team coming from the two schools. From the national champion Greyhounds, graduate student attackman Eric Lusby (Severna Park), junior midfielder Josh Hawkins , sophomore defenseman Joe Fletcher , sophomore goalkeeper Jack Runkel and junior long-stick midfielder Scott Ratliff were selected.
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By From Staff Reports | December 20, 1993
Navy's Yolanda Ray led all scorers with 23 points and 10 rebounds, but Navy (2-5) fell short, 80-71, to visiting Canisius (3-1) in the second annual Navy Classic final yesterday at Alumni Hall.In the consolation game, Western Carolina edged St. Francis (N.Y.), 79-75.Ray was named to the all-tournament team after scoring 32 points over the two days. Joining Ray on the all-tournament team was Jenna Hausvik, who had 13 points and seven rebounds.
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Sports Digest | May 21, 2012
Et cetera Salisbury's Tavik to vie for 2nd shot put crown Salisbury junior Chelsea Tavik (Seton Keogh) will compete for her second national championship after being selected as one of 22 athletes in the women's shot put at the NCAA Division III Outdoor Track and Field Championships this weekend in Claremont, Calif., where Claremont McKenna, Harvey Mudd and Scripps colleges will host the event. Tavik has earned All-America status in the past three championships, finishing third in last year's outdoor shot put. The Glen Burnie native will enter as the second seed, having posted a school-record 48 feet, 11/4 inches earlier this week at the Lions' Last Chance Meet, hosted by the College of New Jersey.
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By From Staff Reports | February 28, 1994
Debbie Dadds (Northeast) scored a game-high 25 points and Lindee Sisk (Southern-AA) added 17, lifting Anne Arundel Community College to a 76-64 victory over Frederick Community College in the championship game of the Maryland JuCo tournament yesterday at Dundalk Community College.Dadds was named the tournament's MVP, joining Sisk and teammate Denise Perrone (Chesapeake-AA) on the all-tournament team.Laeisha Cooper scored 23 and Theresa Arnett 13 for Frederick. Both were also named to the all-tournament team.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | February 18, 2001
Carroll Christian opened the Potomac Christian Athletic Conference girls championship game with a 15-2 run and would never look back, defeating Harford Christian, 59-47, yesterday. Becky Wike had 22 points, 20 rebounds, six assists and seven rebounds for Carroll Christian, and was named the tournament Most Valuable Player. Teammate Kristi Seip (10 points, six rebounds, three steals) was named to the all-tournament team. The Patriots, who won their second conference title, extended their lead to as much as 22 in the first half.
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By From staff reports | December 28, 2006
The St. Paul's basketball team defeated Key, 57-34, last night in the second round consolation game of the North Carroll tournament. Denmore McDermott scored 25 points and grabbed 11 rebounds for St. Paul's (6-6) and was named to the all-tournament team. He also had 34 points and 10 rebounds in a loss against Westlake two nights ago. Also named to the all-tournament team was Sidney McCray, who led the Eagles with 13 points and 13 rebounds. South Carroll 55, Hereford 49 -- Chris Weitzel scored 21 points for the Cavaliers (1-6)
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By Special to The Sun | June 22, 1992
STILLWATER, Okla. -- Team Florida scored five late runs to come from behind and defeat Team Maryland, 5-2, yesterday in the championship game of the Sun Bel Classic baseball tournament at Oklahoma State University.Maryland starter Scott Frye gave up only one hit through five innings before Florida rallied for five runs in the bottom of the sixth."It was a great game. We were four outs away from the championship," said Maryland coach Roger Wrenn. "I could not be prouder of what Maryland accomplished."
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By Special to The Evening Sun | June 22, 1992
STILLWATER, Okla. -- Team Florida scored five late runs to come from behind and defeat Team Maryland, 5-2, yesterday in the championship game of the Sun Belt Classic baseball tournament at Oklahoma State University.Maryland starter Scott Frye gave up only one hit through five innings before Florida rallied for five runs in the bottom of the sixth."It was a great game. We were four outs away from the championship," said Maryland coach Roger Wrenn. "I could not be prouder of what Maryland accomplished."
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By John Harris III and John Harris III,Contributing Writer | January 1, 1994
Glen Burnie's superior height and defensive quickness resulted in a 68-58 triumph yesterday over host Meade in the final of the Meade Christmas Invitational Tournament.Sophomore forward Desmond Dailey picked up where he left off on Thursday night, burning the Mustangs (4-3) for 21 points, six rebounds and four steals. Tournament Most Valuable Player Marquise Farmer pitched in with 12 points, six rebounds and two blocked shots. Dailey also joined the 6-6 center on the all-tournament team."Desmond has been a pleasant surprise for us this year.
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By From staff reports | December 28, 2006
The St. Paul's basketball team defeated Key, 57-34, last night in the second round consolation game of the North Carroll tournament. Denmore McDermott scored 25 points and grabbed 11 rebounds for St. Paul's (6-6) and was named to the all-tournament team. He also had 34 points and 10 rebounds in a loss against Westlake two nights ago. Also named to the all-tournament team was Sidney McCray, who led the Eagles with 13 points and 13 rebounds. South Carroll 55, Hereford 49 -- Chris Weitzel scored 21 points for the Cavaliers (1-6)
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Sun Reporter | September 21, 2005
Meagan Holmes is a gifted athlete who has been able to step right in at the highest level of women's college soccer competition at Southern California and continue to be a star. The freshman defender from Dulaney High has played in just seven collegiate games (starting all seven), made two all-tournament teams, has scored two goals on five shots, and is among the top four on the team in points with four. Her 40 percent shooting is fourth on the squad. It's safe to say Holmes has lived up to her ranking by one publication (Student Sports)
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | March 3, 2005
When the 34th Baltimore Catholic League tournament started Saturday at Loyola College, St. Frances was not one of the favorites, coming in with a 16-15 overall record and fifth seed in the eight-team event. But as the Panthers' coach, William Wells, said last night after his team stunned No. 2 seed Towson Catholic, 57-48, to win its fifth BCL title: "We came to play in this tournament and prove we're a better team than our record shows." Freshman Sean Mosley, who was named Most Valuable Player, and senior Reginald Holmes, an all-tournament guard, led the Panthers in a 22-4 third period that was the difference against the No. 7-ranked Owls (24-9)
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By Brendan Glaccum and Brendan Glaccum,SUN STAFF | June 1, 2004
Syracuse junior goalie Jay Pfeifer didn't even make the honorable mention list when All-America teams were announced yesterday. He did, however, make the all-NCAA tournament team after his impressive 15-save performance against Navy helped the Orange win its second national championship in three years. The Gilman graduate has been one of Syracuse's most unheralded players. It has been easy to overlook him on a squad with perennially potent offenses and possibly the country's most exciting player in Michael Powell.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | February 18, 2001
Carroll Christian opened the Potomac Christian Athletic Conference girls championship game with a 15-2 run and would never look back, defeating Harford Christian, 59-47, yesterday. Becky Wike had 22 points, 20 rebounds, six assists and seven rebounds for Carroll Christian, and was named the tournament Most Valuable Player. Teammate Kristi Seip (10 points, six rebounds, three steals) was named to the all-tournament team. The Patriots, who won their second conference title, extended their lead to as much as 22 in the first half.
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By Katherine Dunn and Lem Satterfield and Katherine Dunn and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | November 22, 1998
McDonogh's water polo squad, coached by Brent Miller, swept three games to win its second consecutive Eastern Prep School tournament in Lawrenceville, N.J., on Nov. 14.Junior goalie Ryan Gens, a part-time starter last season, was among four players for the Eagles (20-5) who earned All-Tournament honors in an event comprised of some of the East Coast's top prep programs.Also earning All-Tournament honors was event MVP Jamie Todes, the top scorer with 13 of the Eagles' 45 goals to go with eight assists, Michael Wheeler and Matt Harrison.
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By Katherine Dunn and Lem Satterfield and Katherine Dunn and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | November 22, 1998
McDonogh's water polo squad, coached by Brent Miller, swept three games to win its second consecutive Eastern Prep School tournament in Lawrenceville, N.J., on Nov. 14.Junior goalie Ryan Gens, a part-time starter last season, was among four players for the Eagles (20-5) who earned All-Tournament honors in an event comprised of some of the East Coast's top prep programs.Also earning All-Tournament honors was event MVP Jamie Todes, the top scorer with 13 of the Eagles' 45 goals to go with eight assists, Michael Wheeler and Matt Harrison.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | December 29, 1995
Centennial went on the defensive the past couple of days in Hampstead and came away a repeat winner of the North Carroll Holiday Tournament. The Eagles upped their record to 6-1 with a convincing 70-40 win over Francis Scott Key in the championship last night.Centennial, ranked No. 17, jumped out to an early 13-1 lead with its defense, forcing seven Key turnovers. Each time Key tried to climb back into the game, Centennial had an answer, the final one coming in the fourth quarter when it limited Key to just two early free throws.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | November 9, 1998
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. -- Rachel Hiskins scored on Maryland's only shot of overtime to lift the Terps to the Atlantic Coast Conference field hockey championship yesterday with a 1-0 win over No. 2-ranked Virginia.After a scoreless regulation, No. 7 Maryland (16-5) was awarded a penalty corner with just over five minutes left in the extra period that Hiskins converted off an assist from Caroline Walter.The top-seeded Cavaliers (16-4) outshot the Terps 11-3, including 7-1 in the second half, but couldn't beat goalkeeper Angela Platt, who made five saves.
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By Stan Rappaport and Stan Rappaport,SUN STAFF | January 4, 1998
Atholton's boys and girls basketball teams had an opportunity last night to sweep the Central Maryland Tournament, something the host school had done only once in 1994.The Raiders' boys team did their part, beating Wilde Lake, 74-67, in the nightcap. But Archbishop Spalding dominated Atholton's girls team from the start en route to a 61-39 triumph.James Penamon sparked the Raiders boys (6-2) with 21 points, including eight of 11 from the line, and was named MVP of the tournament. Penamon scored 10 points in the final period, hitting two three-pointers and four free throws.
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