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November 29, 2012
The Fallston Flames U10 boys soccer team completed a successful season with back-to-back tournament championships recently. The Flames won the EASL Open in Baltimore County and then took home the Fallston Cup. In addition, in early October they won the River Soccer Club Columbus Day Tournament in Ocean City. Pictured, front row from left, are Mason Manzo, Keetan Oteyza, Kevin Roberts, Alex Rothenheber and Michael Estremsky; middle row from left, Drew Menges, Ben Tewey, Noah Amburgey, Brett Newcomb, Pete Buckler, Kyle Brown and Kevin Baranoski; and back row from left, head coach Mike Rothenheber, assistant coach Pete Manzo and assistant coach Dave Buckler.
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | June 25, 1999
More than two years after the Towson University program dropped him, Terry Truax is coaching basketball again in the Baltimore area.The Baltimore BayRunners, the International Basketball League franchise, announced yesterday that Truax, 55, will be an assistant to head coach Herb Brown. The team also said it had picked former Dunbar and University of Maryland forward Rodney Elliott as its first territorial player.The team also introduced its logo, a blue-and-gray crab with apatch over one eye.Truax, an All-Atlantic Coast Conference selection for the Terps three decades ago, coached Towson for 14 years (202-203 record)
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By Glenn Graham and The Baltimore Sun | July 16, 2013
Lake Clifton boys basketball coach Herman "Tree" Harried will coach Pan Africa at the Nike Global Challenge, a four-day, eight-team international tournament that features some of the top under-19 players in the world. The event, which takes place at Trinity Washington University in Washington, D.C., is set to begin Thursday and run through Sunday. The United States will be represented by East, North, South and West squads. In addition to Pan Africa, international teams from Brazil, Canada and France will participate.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,Staff Writer | May 12, 1992
Whitey Dovell, the Kansas City Chiefs player personnel director who spent almost half of his 39 years in football as an assistant coach for the University of Maryland and the Baltimore Colts, died yesterday after a long bout with cancer.A native of Newark, N.J., Dovell, 65, was an offensive and defensive lineman at Maryland before becoming an assistant coach there in 1952. He was a Terps coach for 15 years before starting a pro career in 1967 when Lou Saban left Maryland to become the head of the Denver Broncos and Dovell went with him.His pro career, which spanned 24 years as a coach and a scout, included four years as offensive line coach of the Colts from 1975 to 1978.
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By Baltimoresun.com Staff | July 20, 2004
Towson University men's head basketball coach Pat Kennedy announced the addition of Rob Norris as assistant coach on the Tigers' staff. Norris' appointment completes Kennedy's search for assistants, joining Eric Skeeters and Jay Eck. July 20, 2004, 4:26 PM EDT
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Sports Digest | July 24, 2013
Lacrosse Vandy hires Severna Park grad Gardner as assistant Two-time All-American Julie Gardner (Severna Park) will join the Vanderbilt women's lacrosse program as an assistant coach, the team announced Tuesday. A 2012 graduate of Virginia, Gardner has spent the past year as an assistant coach at William & Mary, where her primary responsibilities included recruiting, social media, alumni relations, practice and game-day coaching. She will assume a similar role with the Commodores.
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February 16, 2001
Baseball Devil Rays: Agreed to $1.4 million, one-year contract with P Bryan Rekar, avoiding salary arbitration; he had asked for $1.75 million and club had offered $1.2 million. Signed IF Damian Rolls to one-year contract. Marlins: Agreed to one-year contracts with P Wes Anderson, P Gary Knotts, P Blaine Neal and P Michael Tejera. Padres: Agreed to $625,000 one-year contract with P Bobby J. Jones. Royals: Agreed to $1.9 million, one-year contract with P Brian Meadows, avoiding salary arbitration; he had asked for $2.55 million and club had offered $1.55 million.
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January 27, 1998
BaseballAngels: Agreed to terms on a minor-league contract with OF Damon Mashore.Cubs: Agreed to terms with former Orioles IF Manny Alexander on a one-year contract. Invited P Dave Stevens and P Dave Swartzbaugh to spring training as non-roster players; named Terry Kennedy manager, Marty DeMerrit pitching coach and Glenn Adams hitting coach for Triple-A Iowa. Named Dave Trembley manager, Alan Dunn pitching coach and Tack Wilson hitting coach for Souble-A West Tennessee. Named Steve Roadcap manager, Jose Santiago pitching coach and Richie Zisk hitting coach at Single-A Daytona.
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August 10, 1996
BaseballCubs: Recalled OF Ozzie Timmons from Triple-A Iowa. Released IF Felix Fermin.Indians: Activated P Jack McDowell from 15-day DL. Optioned P Danny Graves to Triple-A Buffalo.Expos: Designated P Dave Leiper for assignment. Activated former Orioles OF Sherman Obando from 15-day DL.Marlins: Designated OF Marquis Riley for assignment.Royals: Purchased contract of P Jaime Bluma from Triple-A Omaha. Designated P Tim Pugh for assignment.Sioux Falls (Independent): Unaffiliated team activated former Orioles 1B Paul Carey from DL.BasketballCavaliers: Signed C Mark West.
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February 27, 2005
Moves Baseball ASTROS: Re-signed C Raul Chavez, P Mike Gallo and P Carlos Hernandez to one-year contracts. CARDINALS: Agreed with P Jason Isringhausen on three-year contract. ORIOLES: Agreed with OF Larry Bigbie, OF Val Majewski, P John Maine, P Aaron Rakers, P Matt Riley, C Eli Whiteside and 1B Walter Young on one-year contracts. Basketball HEAT: Placed G Steve Smith on injured list with lower back strain. Activated F Christian Laettner from injured list. Colleges VERMONT: Named Maryland assistant coach Mike Lonergan men's basketball coach.
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