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By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 14, 2001
The Bucknell women's lacrosse team enters the season with reason for optimism. After a 5-8 record in 1999, the Bison fell just one win shy of the .500 mark last season. With the return of several talented players from the Baltimore area, coach Barb Jordan and the Bison are looking to have a winning season. Making up the backbone of the team are senior captains Ashley Evans and Kari Evans. Ashley (Severna Park) had a career-high 35 goals last season and is the Bison's leading returning scorer.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 15, 2004
The 17th-ranked Johns Hopkins women's lacrosse team started strong - scoring the game's first five goals - and didn't let up in defeating No. 19 Ohio State, 13-5, yesterday at Homewood Field. Mary Key had a game-high five goals for the Blue Jays (5-0), and teammate Steph Janice added two. Key started the scoring just 2 minutes, 34 seconds into the game. She added her second goal at 7:56. Megan Voight continued the run with a score at 8:47 followed by goals at 21:36 by Marlena Wittelsberger and at 23:37 by Janice.
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By Stan Rappaport and Stan Rappaport,SUN STAFF | October 12, 2000
Ashley Evans has nothing against cheerleaders. She just doesn't want to be one. She needs to be in the game. "This is a kid that loves athletics and thrives on competition," said Dave Greenberg, who coached Evans for three seasons on Centennial's varsity basketball team. "Sports is such a big part of her life." Evans, a senior, has played varsity soccer and basketball for the Eagles since her freshman year. She moved from JV to varsity lacrosse her sophomore season. Now, she sits on the bench cheering on her soccer teammates.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 14, 2001
The Bucknell women's lacrosse team enters the season with reason for optimism. After a 5-8 record in 1999, the Bison fell just one win shy of the .500 mark last season. With the return of several talented players from the Baltimore area, coach Barb Jordan and the Bison are looking to have a winning season. Making up the backbone of the team are senior captains Ashley Evans and Kari Evans. Ashley (Severna Park) had a career-high 35 goals last season and is the Bison's leading returning scorer.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 15, 2004
The 17th-ranked Johns Hopkins women's lacrosse team started strong - scoring the game's first five goals - and didn't let up in defeating No. 19 Ohio State, 13-5, yesterday at Homewood Field. Mary Key had a game-high five goals for the Blue Jays (5-0), and teammate Steph Janice added two. Key started the scoring just 2 minutes, 34 seconds into the game. She added her second goal at 7:56. Megan Voight continued the run with a score at 8:47 followed by goals at 21:36 by Marlena Wittelsberger and at 23:37 by Janice.
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By Stan Rappaport and Stan Rappaport,SUN STAFF | February 25, 1998
No. 15-ranked Centennial entered last night's regular-season finale against No. 18 Glenelg with something to prove."I think we definitely wanted to show that even though we're second [in Howard County], we're still a step above everybody else," said Centennial guard Michelle Kincaid.The Eagles did just that. Centennial combined its trademark aggressive defense with one of its finest shooting games to rout the visiting Gladiators, 74-43.Centennial scored more points than it has all season, aided by a school-record eight three-point baskets.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | February 1, 2001
It's probably safe to say the York (Pa.) College men's basketball team wouldn't be enjoying a successful season, which includes a recent five-game winning streak on the road, if it weren't for a healthy sprinkling of talent from the Baltimore area. There is Alex Bernstein, a 6-foot-5 junior from Bel Air who is second on the team in scoring, and Tim Hawken, a 6-5 junior forward from Wilde Lake who leads the squad in rebounding. And John Ely, a 5-11 junior from South Carroll, heads up the backcourt, often contributing double-figure scoring to the mix. Justin Brown, another junior from Wilde Lake, has been contributing more and more as the season rolls along.
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By Stan Rappaport and Stan Rappaport,SUN STAFF | March 5, 1998
Long Reach, which didn't win a game last season, is a victory away from reaching the state tournament.The second-year Lightning got clutch baskets from Thandi Howell, Demetria Hamilton and Allison West in the final two minutes, and a solid performance from freshman center Tamera Jackson to hold off visiting River Hill, 59-54, last night in a Class 2A South region semifinal game.Long Reach (11-14) will play for the region title tomorrow at Potomac, which downed 15th-ranked Centennial, 44-43.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | March 5, 1998
Dunbar had trouble taking care of the ball, and Tiffany Neal and Southern-Anne Arundel took advantage last night. Neal, a 5-foot-6 senior guard, led all scorers with 18 points, had a game-high 12 steals, seven rebounds and a blocked shot as Southern (14-10) eliminated Dunbar, 59-44 in the Class 2A East semifinals.Southern, the defending region champion and a state finalist last winter, plays at Poly on Friday at a time to be announced. Poly was victorious at North Caroline on the Eastern Shore yesterday.
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By Stan Rappaport and Stan Rappaport,SUN STAFF | January 16, 2000
The streak is over. Atholton's girls basketball team had lost 31 straight county games entering Friday night's contest against visiting Long Reach. But the Raiders started strong and played their best game of the season in a 49-33 victory. "We shot better from the floor, held our turnovers down and the defense came around," said Atholton coach Todd Kriner. "Everybody played their best game." Atholton junior guard Michelle McKenna said "our motto [going into the game] was to finish everything we started, and we did that."
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | February 1, 2001
It's probably safe to say the York (Pa.) College men's basketball team wouldn't be enjoying a successful season, which includes a recent five-game winning streak on the road, if it weren't for a healthy sprinkling of talent from the Baltimore area. There is Alex Bernstein, a 6-foot-5 junior from Bel Air who is second on the team in scoring, and Tim Hawken, a 6-5 junior forward from Wilde Lake who leads the squad in rebounding. And John Ely, a 5-11 junior from South Carroll, heads up the backcourt, often contributing double-figure scoring to the mix. Justin Brown, another junior from Wilde Lake, has been contributing more and more as the season rolls along.
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By Stan Rappaport and Stan Rappaport,SUN STAFF | October 12, 2000
Ashley Evans has nothing against cheerleaders. She just doesn't want to be one. She needs to be in the game. "This is a kid that loves athletics and thrives on competition," said Dave Greenberg, who coached Evans for three seasons on Centennial's varsity basketball team. "Sports is such a big part of her life." Evans, a senior, has played varsity soccer and basketball for the Eagles since her freshman year. She moved from JV to varsity lacrosse her sophomore season. Now, she sits on the bench cheering on her soccer teammates.
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By Stan Rappaport | March 20, 2000
Teams at a glance Atholton Raiders 1999 record: 7-8 overall, 4-5 league Coach: Beth Pressler Top players: Katie Allen, Sr., A; Karen Brownlie, Sr., D; Amanda Ramsey, Sr., D; Regan Miller, Jr., A. Outlook: Miller had 29 goals and six assists last season and will lead the Raiders, who have a mix of mostly senior and sophomore players. Atholton returns seven starters -- Allen, Brownlie, Ramsey, Miller, Emily Benson (Sr., M), Michelle McKenna (Jr., M) and Kristen Barth (Sr., A) and also kept six sophomores.
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By Stan Rappaport and Stan Rappaport,SUN STAFF | January 16, 2000
The streak is over. Atholton's girls basketball team had lost 31 straight county games entering Friday night's contest against visiting Long Reach. But the Raiders started strong and played their best game of the season in a 49-33 victory. "We shot better from the floor, held our turnovers down and the defense came around," said Atholton coach Todd Kriner. "Everybody played their best game." Atholton junior guard Michelle McKenna said "our motto [going into the game] was to finish everything we started, and we did that."
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By Stan Rappaport and Stan Rappaport,SUN STAFF | March 5, 1998
Long Reach, which didn't win a game last season, is a victory away from reaching the state tournament.The second-year Lightning got clutch baskets from Thandi Howell, Demetria Hamilton and Allison West in the final two minutes, and a solid performance from freshman center Tamera Jackson to hold off visiting River Hill, 59-54, last night in a Class 2A South region semifinal game.Long Reach (11-14) will play for the region title tomorrow at Potomac, which downed 15th-ranked Centennial, 44-43.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | March 5, 1998
Dunbar had trouble taking care of the ball, and Tiffany Neal and Southern-Anne Arundel took advantage last night. Neal, a 5-foot-6 senior guard, led all scorers with 18 points, had a game-high 12 steals, seven rebounds and a blocked shot as Southern (14-10) eliminated Dunbar, 59-44 in the Class 2A East semifinals.Southern, the defending region champion and a state finalist last winter, plays at Poly on Friday at a time to be announced. Poly was victorious at North Caroline on the Eastern Shore yesterday.
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By Stan Rappaport | March 20, 2000
Teams at a glance Atholton Raiders 1999 record: 7-8 overall, 4-5 league Coach: Beth Pressler Top players: Katie Allen, Sr., A; Karen Brownlie, Sr., D; Amanda Ramsey, Sr., D; Regan Miller, Jr., A. Outlook: Miller had 29 goals and six assists last season and will lead the Raiders, who have a mix of mostly senior and sophomore players. Atholton returns seven starters -- Allen, Brownlie, Ramsey, Miller, Emily Benson (Sr., M), Michelle McKenna (Jr., M) and Kristen Barth (Sr., A) and also kept six sophomores.
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By Stan Rappaport and Stan Rappaport,SUN STAFF | February 25, 1998
No. 15-ranked Centennial entered last night's regular-season finale against No. 18 Glenelg with something to prove."I think we definitely wanted to show that even though we're second [in Howard County], we're still a step above everybody else," said Centennial guard Michelle Kincaid.The Eagles did just that. Centennial combined its trademark aggressive defense with one of its finest shooting games to rout the visiting Gladiators, 74-43.Centennial scored more points than it has all season, aided by a school-record eight three-point baskets.
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