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By Derek Toney and Derek Toney,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 15, 1996
FROSTBURG -- No. 1 St. Frances advanced to the semifinals of the Alhambra Catholic Invitational Tournament last night, rallying for an 80-77 victory over Archbishop Carroll of Philadelphia in a quarterfinal at Frostburg State College.Junior forward Mark Karcher scored a game-high 34 points for St. Frances (28-4), including 19 of 25 from the free-throw line. Alphonso Jones added 18 points, five assists and five steals. Tom Dearborn led Archbishop Carroll (26-5) with 22 points and Martin Inglesby added 18.The Panthers will play DeMatha (30-4)
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By From Sun Staff reports | January 24, 2010
Jordan Latham scored a game-high 21 points to power the visiting No. 3 City boys basketball team past Logan (W.Va.), 70-49, at the West Virginia Shootout Tournament in Morgantown on Saturday. The Knights (12-1) led 16-11 after the first quarter and 32-24 at the half. City's biggest lead was 11 points, and the Knights never trailed. Nick Faust and Michael Cheatham each scored 18 points for City. Girls basketball Archbishop Carroll (Pa.) 59, No. 9 Seton Keough 45: : Erin Shields, bound for Saint Joseph's, scored a game-high 35 points, including six 3-pointers in the first quarter for the visiting Patriots (12-2)
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | December 23, 1997
In a tight game going into the final quarter, top-ranked St. Mary's did all the right things down the stretch yesterday against visiting Archbishop Carroll of D.C.The Saints hit the defensive boards, often limiting the Lions to just one shot. They cut down on their turnovers to get the most of each of their possessions. And they hit their free throws throughout the final eight minutes.The reward for St. Mary's was a solid 69-58 win.Junior point guard Emily Lipton scored 20 points to lead the Saints, who also got 15 points from Terri Daniels and 12 more from Maria Smear in a balanced effort in Annapolis.
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By Matt Bracken and Matt Bracken,mbracken@baltimoresun.com | July 30, 2009
Growing up just a few miles from the University of Maryland campus, Nate Clarke would occasionally spend his days dreaming of what it would be like to one day become a UM athlete. Basketball was the Archbishop Carroll lineman's first love, but a trip to Byrd Stadium at age 10 left a lasting impression. "I thought just to walk [into the stadium and see] the field was amazing," Clarke said. "I remember [visiting] as a kid and having that feeling that it was like the pros. It was amazing, especially when you saw the players and the jerseys.
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March 22, 1998
FROSTBURG -- Towson Catholic (25-11) found itself in a 12-0 hole just 3:31 into the game and could not dig itself out in losing the Alhambra Consolation Championship game 62-55 to Archbishop Carroll (19-13) of Washington here last night.Timothy Washington scored eight of Carroll's first 12 points and was the game's leading scorer with 25, as the Owls could get no closer than five points, which came with 15 seconds left in the game. Carroll maintained a 12- to 15-point lead through much of the game.
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By Derek Toney and Derek Toney,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 23, 1997
FROSTBURG -- St. Frances' attempt to win a second straight Alhambra Catholic Invitational Tournament came up short as the No. 2 Panthers lost to Archbishop Carroll of D.C., 69-64, in the final before a crowd of 3,500 at Frostburg State last night.Ruben Boumtje Boumtje led Archbishop Carroll (26-7) with 18 points, 14 rebounds and five blocked shots, to earn most valuable player honors. Mark Karcher led St. Frances (32-7) with a game-high 24 points. Kevin Smith added 19 points.Trailing for most of the game, St. Frances was able to get within 64-61 on a rebound and follow by Smith with 48 seconds remaining.
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By Derek Toney and Derek Toney,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 21, 1997
FROSTBURG -- There won't be a fourth meeting between Calvert Hall and St. Frances at the Alhambra Catholic Invitational Tournament.The No. 2 Panthers ripped Bishop Walsh of Cumberland, 109-35, but Calvert Hall was dumped by Archbishop Carroll (D.C.), 84-55, in quarterfinal games last night at Frostburg State.The Panthers (31-6) will meet St. Thomas Aquinas of Ontario, Canada, in a semifinal game at 7: 30 tonight. St. Thomas Aquinas surprised Washington's Gonzaga, 65-64, in overtime. St. Frances defeated St. Thomas Aquinas, 69-66, at the St. Matthews Tournament in Canada in November.
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October 8, 1995
POPE JOHN PAUL II arrives today in a state steeped in Catholic history and tradition. From its 17th-century beginnings as a proprietary colony deeded to a Roman Catholic convert, Maryland represented not just a haven for Catholics who were harassed in other colonies but also an important beacon for the idea of religious toleration.As he welcomes the pope, Cardinal William H. Keeler stands in a long line of Baltimore archbishops who have worked to build bridges between an ancient church and contemporary culture.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | December 30, 1996
Top-ranked Seton Keough stopped by the 18th annual Noel Classic girls basketball tournament for one day yesterday and overpowered Bishop McNamara, 72-53, but third-ranked St. Mary's and fourth-ranked John Carroll were in no way overshadowed in this three-day extravaganza at Archbishop Spalding in Millersville.St. Mary's, John Carroll and Roland Park breezed through the tournament with 3-0 records to share the title after round-robin play that included 18 games in three days.St. Mary's finished its Noel run last night with a 69-50 victory over Severn, and John Carroll completed its impressive showing by turning back Archbishop Carroll, 68-62.
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By Laurie Willis and Laurie Willis,SUN STAFF | August 31, 2000
Like many students at St. Frances Academy in East Baltimore, Joseph Scott Jr. knows that taking advanced courses will increase his chances of getting into a good college. So a pilot technology program that will offer advanced high school courses and advanced-placement courses for college credit at St. Frances beginning next month couldn't have come at a better time for Scott, who is entering his senior year. Called the Project for Enhancement of Educational Resources in Under-Served Areas, or PEER-USA, the program will be tested at St. Frances and Archbishop Carroll High School in Washington.
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By Baltimoresun.com Staff | November 6, 2004
Saturday's results Archbishop Spalding 27, Baltimore-Lutheran 6 Boonsboro 36, Smithsburg 30 C. H. Flowers 37, Bowie 18 Catonsville 28, Towson 14 Dematha 55, Archbishop Carroll, D.C. 6 Dulaney 14, Woodlawn 6 Eleanor Roosevelt 21, Suitland 20 Forestville 21, Crossland 6 Fort Hill 35, Allegany 13 Frederick 39, Thomas Johnson 26 Frederick Douglass 29, Friendly 15 Gwynn Park 42, Surrattsville 0 Linganore 18, Urbana 15 Maryland School for the...
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | December 27, 2003
Juniors Lyndra Littles and Notiesha Womack combined for 44 points to help Archbishop Carroll of Washington defeat fifth-ranked Western, 75-61, yesterday in the quarterfinals of the Panther Invitational at St. Frances. The loss was the first of the season for the Doves (3-1), who got as close as six in the fourth quarter but ultimately could not overcome foul trouble and 22 turnovers. Sophomore guard Ebony Davis scored a team-high 18 points for the Doves, who will play seventh-ranked Milford Mill in the consolation round today at 3. The Millers dropped their quarterfinal to Forest Park of Virginia, 59-50.
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December 24, 2003
BOYS Lance Fuller Woodlawn, basketball In three Woodlawn victories last week, Fuller, a 5-foot-11 senior guard, totaled 59 points, 12 rebounds, 17 assists and 10 steals. In the No. 12 Warriors' 71-61 victory over Baltimore County rival Randallstown on Wednesday, he scored 21 points to go along with five rebounds, six assists and four steals in helping Woodlawn to its first win over the Rams in five seasons. Friday against Kenwood, Fuller, a second-year player for Woodlawn after transferring from Cardinal Gibbons, had 17 points, four rebounds, four assists and three steals in a 57-33 win. On Saturday vs. Archbishop Carroll (D.C.
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By John Rivera and John Rivera,SUN STAFF | November 13, 2000
New research is painting a more complex portrait of John Carroll, Baltimore's first Roman Catholic archbishop and father of the American Catholic Church, portraying him as a visionary and compassionate leader, but also a man embarrassed by his ownership of slaves. This fuller understanding of Carroll comes from a locally published collection of abstracts of nearly 200 letters and other documents, many of them from archives in Baltimore, that had been overlooked or passed over by Carroll biographers and the compilers of a three-volume collection of the 18th-century archbishop's papers published in 1976.
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By Laurie Willis and Laurie Willis,SUN STAFF | August 31, 2000
Like many students at St. Frances Academy in East Baltimore, Joseph Scott Jr. knows that taking advanced courses will increase his chances of getting into a good college. So a pilot technology program that will offer advanced high school courses and advanced-placement courses for college credit at St. Frances beginning next month couldn't have come at a better time for Scott, who is entering his senior year. Called the Project for Enhancement of Educational Resources in Under-Served Areas, or PEER-USA, the program will be tested at St. Frances and Archbishop Carroll High School in Washington.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | January 22, 1999
WASHINGTON -- Senior forward Schuye Larue scored 20 points, Candace Wilkins had 13 and Latissha Isby added 12 yesterday to help Archbishop Carroll (D.C.) get by mistake-prone St. Mary's, 60-56, in the DeMatha Invitational at MCI Center.The Saints (13-2), ranked second in metro Baltimore, kept itclose despite 26 turnovers. The teams were fairly even shooting from the floor, on free throws, and on the boards, but the turnovers proved costly for St. Mary's.The Saints, down 32-26 at halftime, cut the deficit to one point with just over a minute to play, but a turnover cost them the ball and a chance to take the lead.
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By Matt Bracken and Matt Bracken,mbracken@baltimoresun.com | July 30, 2009
Growing up just a few miles from the University of Maryland campus, Nate Clarke would occasionally spend his days dreaming of what it would be like to one day become a UM athlete. Basketball was the Archbishop Carroll lineman's first love, but a trip to Byrd Stadium at age 10 left a lasting impression. "I thought just to walk [into the stadium and see] the field was amazing," Clarke said. "I remember [visiting] as a kid and having that feeling that it was like the pros. It was amazing, especially when you saw the players and the jerseys.
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March 22, 1998
FROSTBURG -- Towson Catholic (25-11) found itself in a 12-0 hole just 3:31 into the game and could not dig itself out in losing the Alhambra Consolation Championship game 62-55 to Archbishop Carroll (19-13) of Washington here last night.Timothy Washington scored eight of Carroll's first 12 points and was the game's leading scorer with 25, as the Owls could get no closer than five points, which came with 15 seconds left in the game. Carroll maintained a 12- to 15-point lead through much of the game.
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